I have been licensed since 1977 with license nr: 125 in Iceland.
I have been working DX and Awards ever since.
I have worked abt 295 DXCC countries.
I have abt 760 Amateur radio Awards.
From 1983 to 2010 I was using Kenwood TS-430S and before that Kenwood TS-820.
On 2. June 2008 I got a new Call sign TF5B.
My station to day is as follows:
Yaesu FT-2000 transceiver for HF and 6 Meters.
Yaesu FT-8800 Dual Band FM Transceiver for VHF and UHF.
Acom 1000 HF+6 Linear Amplifier.
Palstar AT2K antenna tuner.
Daiwa MR-750 Rotator with CR-4P controller.
Daiwa CN-801 SWR and Power meters.
SignaLink USB Interface for Digimodes
Fritzel FB-33, 3 band 3 element Yagi for 10, 15 and 20 meters.
Fritzel EWS 3040 40 meter extension kit for FB-33.
Fritzel UFB 13 Rotatable Dipole for 12, 17 and 30 meters.
Cushcraft AS50-3S 3 element Yagi for 6 meters.
Diamond VX 30 Vertical for 2m/70cm.
Info: QTH Locator IP05wq, IOTA EU-021.
For further information take a look at My Webpage Click here
The photo on the top row is from my home town Akureyri in Eyjafjörður on the northern coast of Iceland and is from 29th december 2008.
I answer all QSL cards that I receive.
Direct cards with SAE and the minimum 1 valid IRC or 3 USD will be answered direct. (Sorry but after the latest postage increase, 2 USD are no longer sufficient).
Direct cards with SAE, but without return postage will be answered via bureau.
Direct cards without SAE and return postage will be answered via the Bureau.
QSL via bureau is OK and all cards are answered the same way.
SWL QSL cards are welcome.
RETURN - NOT IN LOG / REJECTED ON eQSL
Please note, that if you had a QSO when you were using a club station call sign, that does not mean that you can automatically request a second QSL for your personal call sign. A QSL can only be written out if it was logged separately (with your call sign).
All my logs for TF5BW and TF5B are on the ARRL Logbook of the World, eqsl.cc & Club Log and are uploaded at least once a month.