The QSL manager for this operation is Flo F5CWU. He will not be able to help with log issues until April 17th 2016. ->Use the form at the bottom of the page to send him a mail if needed.
OQRS – Club Log
We recommend this method to request your QSL confirmation. After the end of the operation, you can order either a Bureau or Direct QSL Card using the OQRS provided by ClubLog. This method is by far the most simple way to proceed without having to send your own paper QSL !
During the expedition, the following link can be used to search the log for your contacts:
OQRS will not be turned on until the expedition goes QRT.
You can send your QSL card directly to the QSL manager at the following address.
26 rue fleurie
-> Foreigns stamps or SASE with foreigns stamps are not be accepted.
-> We accept IRC (CN01 with expiration date 31.12.2017)
-> $2 USD minimum for DX stations is preferred to cover postage fees.
-> A donation with your QSL is always welcome and appreciated.
-> Direct QSL requests received without a sufficient return postage will be answered via the Bureau. Please consider that a single envellope can cary 2 QSL only !
-> If you place a request for several callsigns in the same envellope, you may have to adjust the return postage.
Bureau (regular or OQRS bureau request)
We recommend to use the OQRS Club Log system to request your bureau cards. This kind of request is free of charge. If you prefer to send you card via bureau, it works also but can take more time for a roundtrip.
PLEASE ONLY USE ONE METHOD to avoid double requests.
LoTW – (ARRL Logbook of The World)
Logs will be posted about 6 months after the end of the expedition. Everyone who requests a direct QSL will have their QSOs uploaded to Logbook of the World.
Logs will be posted after the end of the operation.
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