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Above is my new QSL card. If you like it please vote for it on:

Above is the antenna setup. I remote operate a TS-480SAT using WLAN equipment from
Ubiquity. Our apartment is 3 miles away from the club station OX3NUK (blue house on
photo). No internet connection, just a closed WLAN between the club station and our

eQSL user. LoTW user.


Please observe and adhere to the DX Code of Conduct,visit http://dx-code.org/dxcode4.htm



QSO nr. 100.000 since October 2007.
On June 6, 2014 I logged QSO No. 100.000. More than 95% of the QSO's are on CW and the rest is on SSB and JT65.

QSO No. 100.000 was on CW with PD4DA.



Do not send ANY QSLVIA BUREAU to my QSL manager PA3249. QSL's received via bureau will not be answered!


QSL received via the Danish bureau after April 1, 2013 will not be answered.


Use option 1, 2 or 3 to get a direct old fashioned paper QSL:

1. Direct ‘snail mail’ to QSL manager SWL PA3249 (http://qrzcq.com/call/PA3249)

Use following postal address to Harry/PA3249:

Harry de Jong
Broekdijk 59

7695 TC Bruchterveld
The Netherlands

2. Use PayPal payment for QSL and return postage, see more on(http://qrzcq.com/call/PA3249).

3. Use the EQSL. For paper QSL use eQsl service Get a Card In the Mail on http://www.eqsl.cc/qslcard/PostageAccount.cfm.

4. LoTW

QSO’s with OX3XR and XP3A are uploaded to eQsl and LoTW on regular basis.

Photos from Greenland: http://picasaweb.google.com/110503119770128841446/OX3XR#slideshow/5506264871780345586


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I AM USING A REMOTE CONTROLLED TS-480SAT.FROM TIME TO TIME THE WLAN LINK USED TO REMOTE CONTROL IS UNSTABLE CAUSING TROUBLE TO KEY PROPERLY AND LISTEN TO SIGNALS, SO PLEASE BE PATIENT. The link consists of WLAN equipment from Ubiquity Systems (www.ubnt.com) named Bullet and NanoStation. The WLAN is a closed net and is not connected to internet. Distance is from remote site to my operating site is app. 3km.


Name: Peter Thulesen QTH: Nuuk, Greenland Position: 64.09,850 N 051.44,640 W Grid: GP44de, FOC 1376, CWops #1116, DDXG, ITU Zone: 5,
CQ Zone: 40, IOTA: Greenland NA-018

Danish call is OZ6XT, licensed in 1971. FOC member since May 1979. Member of Danish DX Group.

First licensed in Greenland in 1982. QRV from OX in following periods: 1982-1987, 1989-1998, 2005-

WSPR specifications:
FT-817, 2,5W/33dBm, antenna: Dipole 5m up, cut for 30m.
WSPR and JT65-HF t
iming: Garmin GPS18, TAPR Tac32 software. Independent of internet NTP servers.
I'm active with the calls OX3XR and XP3A on WSPR.

Revised 261014


Northern lights over Nuuk 2006 and Nuuk, old part oft own

OX3XR QSLand Nuuk summertime

Tupaassat, south Greenland and Taasilaq east Greenland

Humback whale/Nuuk and East Greenland

Qornoq, settlement in Nuuk Fjord

South Greenland





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