Enter your callsign to see if you have an eQSL waiting!

An electronic QSL or EQSL is sent after an entire station log or just a few contacts are uploaded to the EQSL site. Some amateurs seem to prefer this method over the form of QSLing by mail or through the QSL Bureau. They refer to the long wait for some cards and the cost of postage. I prefer the the more traditional form of QSLing and actually receiving a card from the station. If you are an amateur, enter your callsign, there are probably one or more EQSL cards waiting for you.

Some EQSL cards I have received: [click on description to view]

ZS6BXN from South Africa | UZ7U from Ukraine  | W1S from OPSail 2000 Tall Ships Event  | VO1MP from Newfoundland | UT4ZO from Ukraine | TF3AO from Iceland |  SM0W in Sweden | VE3IFS/W2 a Canadian amateur now living in New Jersey- Special card design remembering the victims of September 11, 2001 | 7J2YAF from the Japan DX Association | 7M1MCT in Japan JA6JAP rising sun |  KF4ZLO a lazy summer afternoon  |  NE0NS this guy does work with neon  | OE3JKS the mountains of Austria | SK3W a Swedish sunrise | WB0DUL Dick in his shack in Colorado |

VE9WGS EQSL POLICY  JULY 2006

I am no longer a member of  EQSL. I found that I was listed on one of their sister sites as accepting EQSLs only. Then when I changed it to include direct and bureau cards, it still showed up as though I prefered EQSL over an actual card which is not the case.  Therefore I decided to unregister from this service.

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