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SM2ILF Sweden flag Sweden

alias for: SM2A


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70 cm 4x32 el yagi in wintertime 

 

 

 

Simple EL on 6M ant.

Simple EL on 6M antenna.

 

SM2A is a special signal, it  is valid to 01-31-2028

 

QSL

General
All correct QSLs from either hams or SWLs are appreciated and will be answered 100%.
Please always use UTC, this makes life much easier especially while searching for a contest QSO. Local or phantasy time will not be of great help to me... 

QSLs received via bureau
There is no need to waste money for sending direct QSLs if your QSL bureau is working fine and you're not in a hurry... Just send your QSL via bureau and you'll get back mine the same way. I am sending QSL to my bureau 2 times/year.

QSLs received direct
Please send me a SAE plus 2 US-$. I don't accept IRC any longer. In Sweden there are no longer any local post offices. Stamps are today bought at various facilities and clerks don't redeem IRC. I have to travel to the main post office in the next big city to have them redeemed, so I don't accept IRC any longer. 

Not enough or no return postage at all: thanks for the direct card, but I will answer via bureau!

I always send QSL direct to new DXCC and new states in US whit SAE and 2 US-$  and hope to get QSL in return.

 

 

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