I upload logs to LOTW.
(logs may take 24h to be uploaded)
Let me know if you want an QSL card, as I don't mail them by default. I primarely send/receive cards direct however
I am participating with the following bureaus:
- 3905 Century Club Only for contacts on 3905 Century Club nets.
(Bureau status check)
- W0 QSL Bureau Only for international/DX/non-USA contacts. Use your outgoing DX QSL Bureau.
Mailings are extremely slow. If you want my QSL card faster then mailing yours direct is better.
Direct QSL Address:
PO Box 126
Ames, IA 50010
- My QSL Cards:
Special card for my first DX contact. My daughter is pointing out the 20m dipole antenna she build with me.
That evening I talked (phone) to E51DLD from Cook Islands with it. Pretty awesome.
For my initial callsign KE0LMQ I asked my daughter to draw a picture for my QSL card. I guess she was a bit inspired
by the first one. *smile*
Sent to: W2FN, N8VZ
I waited way to long to get the perfect design and finally just got this batch of cards made. Again, going with the theme
of dipoles and the neverending desire to get a better antenna.
Once more I asked my daughter to design me a QSL card. She likes dragons. Again, it's a limited batch of 100 cards. Listing all send/received callsigns is a lot of work and I stopped doing that. This is my current QSL card that I send out.
- Special QSL Cards:
- For 3905 Century Club Net and OMISS QSLs I use my NetLogger Elf program to print the QSL cards straight
from the NetLogger export and import the QSOs into Log4OM, my primary logging program. With the high volume of card exchanges generated through these nets, this
keeps my workflow more optimized and ensures that I can send the cards in a timely manner.
- CB Radio:
In the 80's as a kid I did some CB operating and we sent each others SQL cards as well. This is my very first one.