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Hi!

You are likely reading this since you have either worked me or heard me on the air. If you would like to confirm our contact or submit a reception report, email me and I will gladly verify it via an email reply.

Electronic or Paper QSLs ?

This is a very tough subject with good arguments coming from both sides. So the following is my opinion on the subject only. Yes, electronic QSLs are acknowledging the QSO just like paper ones do. It is like comparing a SDR (Software Defined Radio) to a typical transceiver. Yes the SDR is a ham radio but it lacks knobs and other typical things we expect on a rig. An electronic QSL does confirm a QSO but it lacks the feel, personality, and other things we have known a paper QSL to be through the years. You can handwrite a personal note on them as well. My solution to the whole thing is DO BOTH ! I do prefer paper QSLs but now and then I run across a DX station I have not confirmed and he only uses electronic QSLs so I have no choice in the matter.

REMEMBER A GOOD CW OPERATOR SITS ON A FREQUENCY AND NEVER USE THE TUNING WHEEL, HE USES A 1 or 2 Khz WIDE BAND FILTER INSTEAD AND BRAIN DISCRIMINATES THE INCOMING MIX OF CW SIGNALS INTERESTING ENOUGH YOU WILL NOTE THAT THE TONES ARE ALL DIFFERENT AND THEY ARE ALL SCATTERED A FEW HERTZ AWAY FROM THE FUNDAMENTAL +/- SO I DO HOPE TO HELP THOSE AFRAID OF MASTERING A PILE UP. A GOOD RECOMMENDATION SIMPLY FORGET YOUR SHARP AND SHARPEST CW FILTERS BUT USE YOUR BRAIN INSTEAD !!

motto by 5T0JL !!! aug2017

 

I have had my call for over 40 years now and yet I'm still addicted to Amateur Radio !

It amazes me that after all that time I am still learning and finding aspects of the hobby that completely hold my interest. I especially enjoy challenges such as 6 metres. I have worked more than 190 Countries on 6 Metres over the years, with a grand total country score of 349 worked on the HF bands.

I send an sase if I need the grid,state or country and I hope to receive the same courtesy.

"Due to increase in postage cost in Poland. If you wish to receive a QSL.
 Please pay attention to the Cost of postage.
 If no return of postage is added, the QSL will be sent via the Bureau"

 

Ex callsign : SP5ASR , SP5SJD , SN5S , SP5SS

I have operated in recent years as VK6/KD7WNN Perth, HS5AIS Bangkok , DL7SS West Berlin , PA/SP5SS Krimpen an de Lek , LX1EA(guest) , LX1RQ(guest) , A61AA(guest) , FP9SPM Saint Pierre Isl , FP/SP5SS Miquelon Isl , LX9DX , C6/SP5SS Freeport&Nassau , K3/SP5SS Phila , W8/SP5SS Detroit , W4/SP5SS Naples FL , 6Y5/SP5SS Kingstone , W9/SP5SS Chicago , I8/SP5SS Reggio di Calabria , W7/SP5SS Portland OR , W0/SP5SS SiouxFalls , G/SP5SS Nottingham , LZ1RN Burgas(guest), G0IMK(guest), 6W/SP5SS Dakar, F/SO5S Cap d'Agde(sept2016&aug/sept2017), EA3/SO5S Barcelona(sept2016&sept2017), EA8/SO5S Tafira Baja(jan-feb2017), FM/SO5S Fort-de France Martynique Isl(sept2017) and usually air my US call KD7WNN Boston MA once a year.I currently juggle my operating time around my wonderful family and friends & number of other hobbies and of course going to work.

73 to all - Andy

 

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