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Please send QSLs to

David Bianes W7JDB

P.O. BOX 261

ALAMO, NV 89001


If you work me mobile or portable please include as much info about the QSO as possible like my location, grid, county and state. This will help me locate the log(s) not all of my mobile, portable or contest logs make it into my home log.

I DO NOT require SASEs for QSL cards.

Most of my cards are sent as postcards to save postage.

If you do not want it as a postcard you can send SASE.

I do sometimes get behind on reply cards.

If you sent me a card and have not received a reply card from me please send me an email using the link above.

Dave W7JDB


W7JDB/R CQ W W VHF Contest July 2012 in DM28.



The KB7PW/R van in California at the end of the 1998 ARRL June VHF QSO Party.

Score 30,485 - stations worked 259 - multipliers 91 - grids activated 26 - Bands ABCD (6m-70cm)

KB7PQW/R in CA after four states and over 20 grids.

W7JDB F-150 Alamo NV 2010. Antennas for 10m, 17m and 40m.

Alamo, NV

2012 in Las Vegas, NV working 40m portable with a mag mount.


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