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I manage QSLs for 9K2MA (1983-1995, 2013 - present); BA1CO (1997-1998); BI5P (1998); BV4OQ (1999); BV5DR (1995-1996); EP2MA (1999-2000); HL9AX (1992-1993); HS0/KM4P (1995); HS0E (1989-1992); HS1BV (1989-1995); N3KZ (2004 - present); P40L (2003 - Present); T30W (1993-1994); V31UN (1991); VK0HM (1969-1970); VK6AJW (1990-1991); VK6VS (1993-2000); W3ABT (2006 - present); W3KZ (2006 - present); XW8FA (1972 - 1974)
QSLs are accepted via the bureau or direct. For direct cards, please enclose a S.A.E. (Self Addressed Envelope) plus:
Reports from short wave listeners (SWLs) are welcome and encouraged. Due to nearly universal access to the DX Cluster system, SWL reports must provide the callsigns and date, time, band and mode for at least three consecutive QSOs. This policy is in effect to avoid the possibility of cheating using the DX Cluster as a source of information. SWL reports of unanswered CQ calls will not be acknowledged. Neither will reports not including callsigns worked, date, time, band and mode information.
WA3FRP is one of the few remaining old-school RTTY stations on HF using a Teletype Model 28ASR in many non-contest QSOs. I started on RTTY in 1967 and was active on RTTY until 1970. Work and family diverted my attention until 2004 when I once again became active on RTTY.
My TX is a 1959 Collins Radio T-440/FRT-24 - see the cover of May 2008 CQ Magazine for more details.
My RX is a 1962 Collins designed R-390A/URR.
BARTG - Quarter Century Award #705 (283 Countries) -- African #10 (64 Countries, Class 1) -- North American #6 (48 Countries, Class 1) --South American #8 (28 Countries, Class 1) -- European #42 (69 Countries, Class 1) -- Asian #13 (34 Countries, Class 2) -- Oceania #3 (40 Countries, Class 1)
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