You can request my QSL card via bureau, LoTW, direct and now via OQRS below !
NOTE : QSOs already confirmed by LoTW will NOT be confirmed via OQRS bureau !! Thanks for your understanding.
Check here if you're in my log :
For direct QSLing please use my home address :
PLEASE DON'T SEND IRC's, as they are getting difficult to exchange !!
Enclose at least 2 US $ and don't forget to include a self adressed airmal enveloppe.
You can also use OQRS, this is the cheapest and safest way to get a direct QSL.
This is the QSL you will receive :
I'm licensed since 1976 after many years of SWLing. I got my first callsign F6EQG a few weeks before going in the army and moved to Reunion island where i used FR0DCK during 18 months. Then back in France until 1984 when i moved to Corsica and got my actual callsign.
Main interests in radio are building my own equipments, antennas, contesting and meeting other hams. I'm mostly active during contests from 160m to SHF where i made several top scores. I also like special modes on VHF like meteor scatter and setup a station for 3cm on which i hope to make some rain scatter.
Diploma of Corsica :
This award can be decerned to any licensed radiomateur or SWL who can prove that he has worked or heard 5 different corsican resident stations.
Contacts with former FC prefix callsign are also valid.
Digital mode contacts are allowed. All combination in modes, bands are possible. SSB, CW/40m etc.
QSL cards or copy or certified logs are valid.
Contacts with none resident stations are not valid.
This diploma costs 10 Euros or 16 IRC. (US $ are not accepted anymore). paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org
Send your request to :
TK5KP - Diplôme manager
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