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I am married with Claude, ON7TK and he did encourage me to become also a radio amateur. On 24 May 1985 I did receive my VHF licence with the callsign ON1BJW. Two years later on 09 July 1987 I got my HF licence with the callsign ON7LX.

I am involved in the organisation of our national society UBA. In 1986 I became member of our national HF Commission. Since 1993 I am the HF Manager for Belgium. I was also for a short time the IARU R1 HF Chairman.

I do enjoy DX, DX-peditions, IOTA and contests. In 2007 I was very proud to apply for my DXCC honor roll.

I do collect QSL cards.
I do send 100% my QSL-card via bureau for every QSO I make. I appreciate very much if you send me your QSL-card. smiley  Bureau cards only via UBA.
QSL direct is answered direct if it is received with sufficient postage coverage.
Check here if you are in my log:

My actual QSL-cards:

 
 

My other callsigns and activations:

JY8LX           januari 1989
9K2LX            since oktober 1991 and I still have a valid licence
OT7LX           1991 - celebrating 40 years kingship by his majesty King Boudewijn
EA3/ON7LX   july 1996 - Medas Island EU 078
4X/ON7LX     1996 - after IARU conference
ED3IM           july 2000 - Medas Island EU 078
OQ7LX          2001 - celebrating birth of princess Elisabeth
F/ON7LX       july 2007 Chausey Island EU 039
F/OT3T          july 2009 Chausey Island EU 039
CT8/ON7LX    september 2012 + 9 Islands hunt
 

I am QSL-Manager for:

JY4YJ    is silent Key - I have no cards any more
YI1BGD   between 1989 and 1990 - only operator Ali
9K2KS     between 1989 and june 1991
A61AC
9K2TK
A41KB
ON4AVO/5N0
5N0MVE
VU3MCV
OP0HQ
 
Request for multiple QSL's in the same envelope are accepted.
For QSL direct please include SAE + sufficient postage coverage. If you use IRC's, make sure the expiry date is still valid.
QSL-cards received with insufficient postage coverage will be returned via the bureau.
 
 

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