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QSL: MANAGER FOR 5W0COW, T2COW, OH0Z, YN3M, 4Z5J, HR5/NQ5W

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QSL requests without enough postage will be answered via the bureau.

October 17, 2016: shipped 7 kg of cards to the ARRL Outgoing QSL bureau. A total of over 6,350 QSO were verified since the last shipment. Number of verified QSO per station was as follows: HR5/NQ5W (105), NR5M (2,012), OG0Z (496), OH0Z (3,432), YN3M (90) and ZD7X (210). Not counted are cards for 4Z5KJ and 7P8MM (less than 100 total). Over 3,400 cards were sent. Shipments to JA and DL bureaus will take place next year. 

April 21, 2015: Shipped separate parcels to JA and DL bureaus. 

July 2, 2014: Shipped 10 kg of cards to the ARRL Outgoing QSL bureau. A total of 8,547 QSO were verified since the last shipment. Number of verified QSO per station was as follows: 4Z5J (77), 7P8MM (37), HR5/NQ5W (1,294), NR5M (2,557), OG0Z (642), OH0Z (2,905) and ZD7X (1,035). All HH5/KC0W QSL requests received so far via Tom have been answered.

January 18, 2013: Labeled 5,730 cards for ZD7X (450), OH0Z (1,590), NR5M (1,920), 7P8MM (540), OG0Z (450), OF0Z (7), YN3M (150), W0MM (300), 4Z5J (70) and HR5/NQ5W (510). The total of QSO verified in the last 18 months is as follows: ZD7X (886), OH0Z (4,434), NR5M (4,773), 7P8MM (582), OG0Z (724), OF0Z (7), YN3M (159), W0MM (337), 4Z5J (76) and HR5/NQ5W (762). Added they represent 12,740 QSO (excluding direct QSL requests received on a daily basis). Today 7.5 kg of QSL cards were sent to the ARRL bureau (that's $195 just to use the US outgoing bureau) along with 4 kg to the JARL in Japan. Another 4 kg of cards will be sent to the German QSL bureau within the next few weeks (done on January 25). Italian, Spanish and French cards will be dropped off at the hamfest in Germany in June (done except for the Spanish cards since the URE was not present at the hamfest - cards will be sent via bureau in the next batch).

June 14, 2011: Labeled 4,924 cards for ZD7X (1,080), OH0Z (1,658), NR5M (1,320), 7P8MM (641), OG0Z (168) and OF?Z (57). The total of QSO verified this year is as follows: ZD7X (2,106), OH0Z (4,431), NR5M (2,798), 7P8MM (957), OG0Z (242) and OF0Z (63). Added they represent 10, 597 QSO (and those are only for the bureau requests - excluded are the hundreds of direct requests I got in the last 12 months as well as the JA stations whose cards will be sent later in the year to the JA bureau). Cards for 4Z5J and YN3M were also part of the bureau batch but were handwritten.

July 8-11, 2010: I operated in OH0-land using OH0/W0MM before the IARU contest and OH0Z during the contest. Logs were uploaded to LoTW on July 25. QSO will be confirmed with an OH?Z card since I was operating that station. Tnx to OH3BHL, OH1JT and OH9MM for making this trip possible.

June 10, 2010: Labeled 5,880 cards for ZD7X (2,220), OH0Z (1,740), NR5M (1,260), 7P8MM (240), OG0Z (240) and OF0Z (180). The total of QSO verified this year is as follows: ZD7X (4,526), OH0Z (4,333), NR5M (3,165), 7P8MM (321), OG0Z (361) and OF0Z (183). Added they represent 12, 889 QSO (and those are only for the bureau requests - excluded are the hundreds of direct requests I got in the last 12 months).

The cards were shipped to France and were distributed to various QSL bureaus at the end of June at the hamfest in Germany.

July 2009: I was 7P8MM from July 29 through August 13, 2009. QSO were uploaded to LoTW August 17. I answer the QSL requests the day they arrive in my mailbox.

I uploaded a video of my trip from home to Lesotho on YouTube.


June 8, 2009: over 5,800 QSO made with ZD7X, OG0Z, OF0Z and OH0Z were confirmed and cards were sent to different QSL bureaus that weekend. This is a yearly batch.

For any of the stations I manage you don't need to send me a QSL card via bureau. You can just email me with your contact info and I'll send you a card via bureau. If you send me a card direct don't send one at the same time via the bureau. And with a direct request you NEED to include a self-addressed envelope. Tnx!

When you send a card to the stations I manage check if I, W0MM (ex-KM5M and ex-WX3W) show up in your log. If so please send me your card to confirm our QSO.

ZD7X: For those who worked him several times on the same mode/band I won't confirm more than one QSO per mode/band (nor will I confirm bureau cards when I have already confirmed your QSO via direct mail.) Tom is now back in the US in North Dakota...

Concerning OH0Z: All QSOs with OH0Z are uploaded to LoTW (same for OF0Z and OG0Z logs). I have the most recent logs but don't have older ones . Before sending me your card(s) please check the log search available at http://oh0z.net to find out if your call is in the logs I have (you can also check OF0Z and OG0Z).

About YN4MG: Mike has changed his call and has become YN3M. I still am his manager and his logs will still be uploaded to LoTW (except for paper logs.)

About FO5RA: I do not have any FO5RA QSL cards left. Jean-Louis moved back to France in 2004 (he is now in FM-land). I photocopied his QSL card and can still confirm QSO with him but don't expect a fancy card ;)Tnx!

About 4Z5KJ/4Z5J/9H3KJ: Alex used 4Z5J during numerous contests and I still answer his QSL requests. Alex is now in charge of his direct requests for the various countries he visited in Europe. Please send your QSL requests to his Canadian call VE7IRU. I do not have any cards for TF (April 09).

HR5/NQ5W: I manage HR5/NQ5W's QSL cards. All the logs were uploaded to LoTW and all direct cards are being answered as they arrive.

I became W0MM May 20, 2003 after years of being KM5M (I'm still F5JTL on the other side of the pond). My first license was back in 0-land (thanks to KC0T and KY0X) in 1984. Looks like I've come full circle with a 0-land call :)

Got my 5BDXCC and basic-5BWAZ (185 zones wkd/cfmd) with my French call more than 23 years ago and finished 8BDXCC (started being active for real again in 2001 since I had no station for 10 years) in January 2004 with my multiband inverted vee at 20 ft here in Houston. Wish I had a better antenna on 80 but my subdivision doesn't allow anything that looks like an antenna. So low wires is the only way to go around here...Next is finishing my 5BWAZ (197 worked so far - 3 more on 80). I finished my 160m DXCC in December 2012 and worked country #331 (Nicobar Isl.) to reach HR on November 8, 2014. A few more (A5, BS7, EZ, FT/W, P5 and SV/A) to reach 340 (KH5K just got deleted in March 2016) 339 ;-)

I participate in some (mostly CW) contests from NR5M (last ones to date were CQWW CW SOSB(A)-15 in Nov. 2012, CQWW CW SOSB(A)-10 in Nov. 2013,  WPX CW at NR5M in May 2015, CQWW CW SOSB(A)-15 in Nov. 2015 and CQWW CW M/S HP using the call NR5M in Nov. 2016). I am also his QSL manager. Here is a YouTube video of his station (another one here). If you hear me on the low bands with a big signal it's probably because I'm using his station.

I have several videos on YouTube: QSL cards, CW, KC4AAA, ARISSAT-1.

More info about W0MM at http://www.w0mm.com

 

 

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