Philip M Anderson
QSL card status update
All direct QSLrequestsrecieved before Oct 23th have now been sent out! Check back here for updates if you think your letter is likely to have arrived after the 23rd.
If you'd like to request a QSL card, please follow the instructions given below.
After a total of 4,042 QSOs, all continents and 100 DXCC entities were worked during my holiday in the Maldives. Apologies to everyone who tried to call me and didn't get through, I had a lot of local QRM (sometimes S7-8 on 20m) which meant I could not copy everyone who was calling me. Congratulations to those who managed a QSO with me on all 4 bands I worked (40m, 20m, 17m and 15m), I was surprised by how many people managed it!
QSL info:Logs have now been uploaded to LoTW, eQSL and QRZ.com, if you use any of these services you should see that your QSO has been confirmed. If not, and you think I might have made an error, send me an email with QSO time in UTCand I will investigate.
If you'd like a paper QSL card throughthe bureau,please send me a card viamy normal callsignG4PWOafter checking that you're actually in the log using the below logsearch.
You can also request a card directlyby sending a self-addressed envelope big enough for a standard QSL cardplus $2, 2 or2 to: Phil Anderson, 16A Orde Hall Street, London WC1N 3JW, United Kingdom.
DXCC: I have verified my callsign with ARRL so all QSOs will get DXCC credit.
Radio: Elecraft KX2, Amplifier: Expert 1.3K-FA, Aerial: 12m mast right next to the sea, supporting end fed half wave verticals for 20m-15m and a 0.275 vertical with short radials for 40m.