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QSLs from WTWW, WRMI, WWRB ??  View Printable Version 
Monday, September 13 2021

QSL


Am 12.09.2021 um 13:10 schrieb Dmitry Mezin:

WRMI has recently QSLed some of my email reports sent to info at wrmi
dot net. They have nice paper QSLs. Had to wait 2...4 months, though.

Hi Dmitry,
thanks for your message. Unfortunately, it is becoming increasingly rare
for radio stations to send QSLs by post without reimbursement. I
recently saw QSL incoming messages from WMRI, where "$ $ " was also
written. A real card is something nice! Unfortunately, I've had mostly
bad experiences with Web Forms, so I wasn't sure if submitting my July
report to the WMRI website would lead to anything. But you gave me hope ....
Thanks and vy73 Frank

--
Frank Helmbold DB9DT, Radio Amateur and SWL
Rotenburg(Wuemme) in Northern Germany, JO43rc
AM: Elad FDM-S2 with SDR-Console V3, magnetic loop HDLA2
VHF: ICOM IC-R7000, 6m: ant. DF6SJ design, 3m: 5 ele. Yagi
also: Drake SPR4, Sony ICF2001d and ICF PRO-80, 20m wire with MLB

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QSLs from WTWW, WRMI, WWRB ??  View Printable Version 
Sunday, September 12 2021

QSL


Hi Frank,

WRMI has recently QSLed some of my email reports sent to info at wrmi dot
net. They have nice paper QSLs. Had to wait 2...4 months, though.

73,
Dmitry
Kazan, Russia


Date: Sat, 11 Sep 2021 18:36:44 +0200
From: Frank Helmbold DB9DT <db9dt@gmx.de>
Subject: [HCDX] QSLs from WTWW, WRMI, WWRB ??

Hi,

who knows, whether WTWW, WRMI and WWRB themselves send QSLs nowadays.
Paper cards or eQSLs?
Should I send a letter with return postage/SASE or is it enough to send
an email or enter the report to a webform?

WRMI offers a webform, but will they really spend the money and send a
card by snail mail?

73! Frank

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QSLs from WTWW, WRMI, WWRB ??  View Printable Version 
Saturday, September 11 2021

QSL


Hi,

who knows, whether WTWW, WRMI and WWRB themselves send QSLs nowadays.
Paper cards or eQSLs?
Should I send a letter with return postage/SASE or is it enough to send
an email or enter the report to a webform?

WRMI offers a webform, but will they really spend the money and send a
card by snail mail?

73! Frank


--
Frank Helmbold DB9DT, Radio Amateur and SWL
Rotenburg(Wuemme) in Northern Germany, JO43rc
AM: Elad FDM-S2 with SDR-Console V3, magnetic loop HDLA2
VHF: ICOM IC-R7000, 6m: ant. DF6SJ design, 3m: 5 ele. Yagi
also: Drake SPR4, Sony ICF2001d and ICF PRO-80, 20m wire with MLB

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Latest QSL news from RFA  View Printable Version 
Tuesday, August 31 2021

QSL
Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

---------- Forwarded message ---------
De: AJ Janitschek <janitscheka@rfa.org>
Date: mar., 31 ago. 2021 16:14
Subject: [Rfaqsl] Latest QSL news from RFA
To: qsl <qsl@rfa.org>


Dear friends,

Just a few short notes from all of us at RFA:

1. We removed the map, with pins, from our Automated Reception Report
System (ARRS) at http://techweb.rfa.org so we can eventually update it.

That page needed an update for a while and we're currently looking at what
Google, Amazon Web Services, and others may provide.

There is no target date yet but we will let you know when we are ready to
add the map feature back to RFA's ARRS.

2. The pandemic continues to hamper our ability to confirm reception
reports quickly. Instead of days or weeks, it now takes months before we
get to most RRs. Please be patient but also feel free to write us at
qsl@rfa.org to follow up on any RFA reception reports you've sent, but have
gone months without hearing from us.

Thank you for your patience and understanding.

You received this email because you expressed interest in RFA's QSL cards.
Please let us know if you prefer to be removed from our distribution list.


Best wishes; stay healthy. 73. aj

--
Andrew "A.J." Janitschek
Radio Free Asia
Washington DC 20036
United States of America
+1 202 530 4999

 

eQSL Radio Six International  View Printable Version 
Wednesday, July 07 2021

QSL


Manuel Méndez
Lugo, Spain

GERMANY, 9670. Radio Six International via Rohrbach, received eQSL in
two hours.


Reception report sent to: tony@radiosix.com
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