LoTW. If I can do it, anyone can do it. It's the best way to QSL!
I upload logs daily to LoTW. I also eQSL and direct mail, if desired (No SASE required).
ARES AEC, Suffolk County, NY, Division 3
How many of the above do you hear violated every day? Unfortunately, the answer is ALL. Help bring some civility, order and mutual respect back to the ham bands. If you were to add to this list above, what would you like to see? For me, I would add:
"I will not scream into my microphone like a crazy man and will not adjust my audio effects to the point of distortion."
Montauk Point, Long Island, New York
I started listening to ham radio operators on 80 meters in the 1970's on an old multi-band Philips short wave receiver that my father bought in the early 1960s. At that point, I was hooked and started reading all I could about the hobby, wearing out the pages on old collins radio catalogues and eventually going to engineering school in university. My love of radio communications helped develop a love of all things electrical and helped make; and it all started at age 7 as I tuned the dial on that old receiver as I fell asleep at night.
Happily married for 30 years with three daughters and two grand kids.
Recently made the move to Elecraft gear and just (Nov. 2015) completed the build of a K3S and KAT500 tuner.
Elecraft K3S with panadapter
Nikola Tesla's Wardenclyffe Tower
Shoreham, Long Island, New York, 1904
QSL: LoTW, Direct, eQSL and QRZ
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