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QSL CARD
 

A QSL card is a written confirmation of either a two-way radiocommunication between two amateur radio stations. It can also confirm the reception of a two-way radiocommunication by a third part, which is the shortwave listener.

A typical QSL card is the same size and made from the same material as a typical postcard, and many are sent through the mail as a standard postcard.

QSL cards derived their name from the Q code "QSL", which means "I acknowledge receipt." Most are collected by amateur radio operators, shortwave listeners, TV-FM DXers, and other radio hobbyists. A limited market exists for older QSL cards, especially those from rare locations or famous stations, as collector's items.

Here is the MDXC/SWL Collection of QSL Cards. All SWLs are invited to send their QSL Cards to enlarge this collection.

 
QSL CARD INFORMATION
5A7A (Libya)
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 19-11-2006
Band: 20, 40, 80 & 160m
HK0GU (Providencia Is.)
IOTA NA-033
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 20-11-2006
Band: 40m CW
3Y0X (Peter I)
IOTA AN-004
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 11-02-2006
Band: 40m SSB
9M6AAC (East Malaysia)
From: Achraf, 3v4-002
Date: 20-03-2006
Band: 20m SSB
CY9SS (St. Paul Is.)
IOTA NA-094
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: June 2005
Band: 15, 17 & 20m SSB
FT5XO (Kerguelen Is.)
IOTA AF-048
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 25-03-2005
Band: 17, 12m SSB
VU4RBI (Andaman & Nicobar Is.)
IOTA AS-001
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 09-12-2004
Band: 17m SSB
KH6YY (Oahu, Hawaii)
IOTA OC-019
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 23-04-2005
Band: 20m SSB
KH0WW (Mariana Is.)
From: Steven, FE11DX
IOTA OC-086
HF0POL (Est H. Arctowsky, Polonia)
From: Dan, I1-12387
AA Ref: SP-01
P40G (Aruba Is.)
IOTA SA-036
From: Achraf, 3V4-002
Date: 18-02-2004 22:36
Band: 40m SSB
VK0IR (Heard Is.)
From: Jeroen, NL12339
 
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