Since 1992, I am a proud member of the RL (Radioamateurs du Luxembourg), founding member of the IARU.
Became a committee member in November 2013 and elected treasurer of the RL in March 2014.
Actually I’m member of the DVC Working Group (Digital Voice Communications) and QSL Manager for LX9EPF.
We are pushing D-Star in Luxembourg. Feel free to viste our reflector DCS270 or XRF270.
XLX Multiprotocol D-Star Gateway Reflector Dashboard can be found here .
In Luxembourg, we have only one official QSL Bureau! (please use the address below!)
Consequently all QSL bureaus of the national Societies, members of IARU, have to send their QSL Cards exclusively to the RL QSL bureau in Luxembourg.
Based on IARU resolution 85-9 concerning QSL bureaus, all LX amateur radio operators, member or not of the RL (Radioamateurs du Luxembourg), can get their QSL Cards via the RL QSL bureau.
Please take care to not send your QSL cards via “pirate” QSL bureaus or any self-declared associations in Luxembourg!
Using such bureaus are going to entail very long and unnecessary delays to the QSL card flow. Consequently, you have to wait much longer as usual until you get a QSL card back.