Direct QSL Card
If you have to send your QSL card direct, we would like to ask you to follow these instructions:
Please mark IJ7Ton the envelope (it’s easier to sort QSLs then) and send it to:
Via F. di Palma 134
Non EU stations: send a SAE (Self Addressed Envelope) plus 5 US$ or 3 Euro or 2 valid IRC (Note: the exchange rate from the US$ to Euro is so low that we cannot cover return postage with only 2 US$)
EU stations: send a SAE (Self Addressed Envelope) plus 5 US$ or 3 Euro or 1 valid IRC
This postage allows us to send one letter with 20 grams = 1 QSL card + envelope
If the SAE and/or (not enough) postage is missing we will return via bureau.
If you were happy with our DXpedition and you got a new country or new bands/modes, we would be glad to receive some extra donation to cover our costs and this will also allow us to plan and finance our next DXpedition.Thank you!
Please remember that we can only accept the new valid IRCs for direct return. QSL cards sent with old IRCs will be answered via the bureau. As soon we start QSL’ing, we will confirm all your QSO’s (without dupes). Don’t worry! The QSL’s will be sent in this order:
Online DIRECT QSL requests
Direct QSL requests
Online BUREAU QSL requests
A special service for the IJ7T DXpedition is the Online QSL Request System (OQRS) for bureau and DIRECT QSL cards. This is no E-QSL system. The callsigns and QSO data of the requests are stored in a database and you will automatically receive a real printed QSL card via the bureau or DIRECT to your mailbox without sending your own QSL card if you are in the log!Click herefor more information
Bureau QSL cards
There is no way to send your card(s) through the bureau!
We will confirm the online QSL requests for bureau cards at the very last after the direct requests are processed (probably 8-12 month after the expedition)