I prefer QSL via Logbook of The World (LoTW) and eQSL (AG status) and every QSO will be uploaded to LoTW and eQSL. I also upload QSOs to ClubLog and QRZ.COM logbooks, but do not consider these as QSLs.
Upload is done daily if any new QSOs.
QRP stations are logged with call sign only without /QRP, just as I don't log QRO stations as /QRO.
If your account at eQSL and/or LoTW are signed with /QRP only, you will NOT receive any QSL.
PAPER QSL (Bureau or direct)
I do not collect paper QSL anymore and will only exchange paper QSL if working a new DXCC.
I will, of couse, answer any QSL card I receive, if the QSO is in my log.
If you need paper QSL from me, please use ClubLog OQRS or just send your own card via bureau or direct.
In ClubLog OQRS you can order QSL via bureau or direct. Bureau card is free, for direct postage payment are via the Paypal system (3 US$).
Direct QSL (OQRS or by mail) will in most cases be answered within a week.
QSL cards are welcome directly by mail, but when postage in Denmark has increased dramatically in recent years, I am compelled to ask for funds for return postage:
3 U.S. $ (GS) Worldwide. If ClubLog OQRS is used, payment are via PayPal.
But please, NO IRC. The Danish postal service no longer accepts IRC.
Self Addressed envelope (SAE) is very welcome.
QSL cards received directly without sufficient funds for return postage will be answered via the bureau.
QSL cards are send to the OZ Bureau every 3rd month or when I have at least 100 cards to send.
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Temp. NVIS Dipole 2 x 13.5 meters and up 4 meters.
Keys: Different Vibroplex bugs and paddles.
Mic: Tandberg TM4.