LOG SEARCH: (Thanks to Michael, G7VJR!)
QSL info: OQRS (online QSL request system) is now available for VK6DU and VK9XG via club log, this means you can search my log for your QSO (in the window above) and click 'request QSL' button once you have logged into Club log. You can request a QSL via the Bureau or Direct using a paypal account. Please email me if you need some help. Turn around time for direct requests is normally 3 weeks but at busy times of the yearthis could be 4 weeks wait, so please be patient.
NB: Club log URL: http://www.clublog.org/
For conventional direct QSL requests please include an SAE + GSs to cover postage. Please do NOT send IRCs.If no postage is supplied I will assume you want a reply by the bureau. Bureau cards will be handled as soon as able. I will endeavour to answer all requests with a valid QSO, you will need to mark the card 'pse QSL' if you are sending via the bureau to get a return card. Email me if you have any questions or doubts relating to this. SWL please provide two valid QSOs.
I usually upload my logs to eQSL and LOTW every few weeks, please be patient.
Active mainly HF, CW, SSB, RTTY, (some PSK31, JT65, JT9, usually in my winter when condx are down). Despite my activity on CW these days, I didn't start off that way and was predominantly an SSB op. until 1985 (Christmas Island DXpedition). Since then, I have realised the rewards of knowing the code. I would not have been able to contact PY0S, CY9, VP8/sh or VP8/sg for instance. I would like to encourage any SSB only op. to try CW again, I can guarantee you the effort is well worth it.
When operating I do like to make short QSOs to allow as many station to contact me as possible. This means though that some will miss out. I always endeavour do my best to work everyone, not just the strongest stations, please forgive me if I miss your call, I am quite active so you will probably get me next time. I am happy to make skeds, so emailing me is another way of trying to make a QSO.
DXpedition: 1985 (OQRS available via club log)
VK9XG March 27 - April 08 (along with VK6IR Steve/VK9XB). This operation is ARRL accredited for DXCC. Logs still available. QSL via address above.
Hope to hear you on the bands soon, 73.
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