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QSL: LOTW, BUREAU, OQRS FOR VP2V/SP6CIK

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From the 18th of March till the 1st of April 2014, I operated from The British Virgin Islands under the callsign VP2V/SP6CIK.

It is best to use OQRS via Club Log for QSL.

For QSL direct: I strongly recommend to use a registered mail.

All requests direct QSL and OQRS which I received before 9th of  September 2015 were distributed on the 11th of  September 2015 or early.

All requests bureau QSL and OQRS-BURO which I received before 7th of  March were distributed on the 16th of  March 2015 or early.

Log are on LoTW too.

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I became a ham in 1967 in Pabianice as SP7CIK. My first contact was on 2m AM and CW. Since that time, I have confirmed 113 grid squares and 28 entities on 2m. Between 1971 and 1975, I was working in Warsaw as SP5CIK. I moved to Opole in 1975 and then to Chmielowice. Since 1994, I have focused more on DX and I now have 340/346 entities awarded by the DXCC. Since 2005 I have been the DXCC Card Checker. My greatest interest now is the DXCC Challenge.
My equipment:
Transceivers: K3 and IC-746 PRO
Antenna system:
- 160m - inverted L with 64 buried radials
- 80m - 4 square with 24 buried radials on each vertical. Designed and built by Frank DL6EBH. Working very well!
- 40m and 30 m - 2 element yagi by SP7GXP
- 10-20m - 7 element by SP7GXP
- 6m - 7 element yagi by SP3GEM

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