Recent QSLs

_cfimg-3400925458103817560[1]Hams confirm their two-way radio contacts by exchanging “QSL” cards. Back in the day, these were always post cards via mail. Today, we more often use Internet services such as the Logbook of the World, eQSL, or HRDLog.net (I use all three). Here are some examples showing confirmation of several recent amateur radio contacts I’ve made, all received by eQSL:

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