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Nickname/short name Kris.


IC-718 with SM-20 Desktop Microphone


2 x 40 meter LMR400 to a SixPak

  • ECO277 : 40 / 30 / 20 / 17 / 15 / 12 / 10 m
  • WIMO GPM-1500 : 160-10 m (6 m)
  • Dipol 40 m (down for some changes)
  • Dipol 80 m

About QSL

LoTW is my primary way to exchange QSL so please use LoTW in first hand to confirm our QSO. My upload is done within a day or two after our QSO.

I do not collect paper QSL, if I need a specific QSO confirmed and the paper QSL is the only way, then I will request a QSL from you in the way you like to have my request.


From time to time I confirm eQSL but I do not upload my complete log to eQSL.

If you need QSL from me, other than via LoTW or eQSL, I will accept QSL BUREAU or DIRECT, read below!

QSL received Bureau = My reply is via Bureau

QSL received Direct with SAE+$1 (1) = My reply is Direct

QSL received Direct, not with SAE+$1 (1) = My reply is via Bureau

About me

Got my license in 1983, a technical license, no CW. It gave access to VHF and higher frequencies, no access to HF. When the CW requirement was later removed my license also came to give full access to HF. Until the fall of 2012, I had only had a few QSOs on HF, specifically 15 QSOs!

It then took from the fall of 2012 to August 2013 before I managed to get 100 DXCC confirmed in LoTW and could have the ARRL DXCC Phone. After that I have got 100 LoTW confirmed DXCC Phone on 15 m, 20 m and 10 m. The goal is 5-Band DXCC Phone, but the challenge for me is 40 m and 80 m since I do not have any good antennas for those bands and only 100 W.

One more thing, as i said before, I prefer to have all QSOs confirmed via LoTW.

Some thing to think about.

Please take some time and look at this movie about Expedition Operation and anti-social pileup behavior.

The BIG PICTURE Of Expedition Operating And The Direct Relationship To Anti-Social Pileup Behavior describes the problems and also solutions to the dysfunctional behavior we unfortunately hear in DX & IOTA Pileups on the Amateur Radio bands these days.


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