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  • UPDATE� APRIL 2014

Just to keep everyone informed. All cards received via the buro system for VI5WCP, VI3JPI, VI5BR and VI5PN have been replied to as of today. Please be patient as the buro system can be very slow. For example I am still receiving parcels of VI5BR cards from buros around the world - it has taken just on 10 years for those cards to arrive!!!!!

I am still receiving�batches of cards from the VK5 buro manager of misdirected cards from various buros around the world. These cards have probably been sitting in the VK5 buro for the last 2 years all because the senders did not follow the qsl directions via the VK3 buro!

As I am the QSL Manager for the VK3 buro, I can guarantee that buro cards will eventually be sent back via the various qsl buros around the world.

A note of caution, many buro cards have come to me via the VK5 buro - when clearly cards were to be sent via VK3QI - this has added a significant delay to the process as well.


Sadly, Tom VK3ZZ passed away in April 2008 - any questions regarding VI5WCP (April 2003) qsl cards should now be directed to me - I do have a small supply of cards which I am able to reply with.

I also have a supply of VI3JPI (Sept 2002) cards for requests as well, although Paul VK3KXG (now VK3IH) is still the manager for that operation.



I can operate on EVERY band from 1.8 MHz to 47 GHz.

The HF band time is spent chasing those elusive band multipliers - I am up to 2800

The VHF UHF and SHF band time is usually spent as the 1296 and upwards operator of VK3ER/p, The Eastern and Mountain District Radio Club of which I have been a long time member.� http://www.emdrc.com.au/

If you want to see what we get up to on these portable operations have a look at:�

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z_uZ3RAd9As� or search for VK3ER on youtube.





Peter VK3QI (also VK3 Outwards Buro Manager)

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