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M0OXO QSL Manager service

If you are thinking of a Qsl Manager then please contact me and discuss your options for a fast, efficient, well presented and most important, a ‘Bespoke’ service.

All my Qsl help is exactly what it means, a non-profit QSL Service for its clients.

I offer will help to cut down as what it is seen as the chore of the hobby. This should aid DXpedition Teams, Holiday Stations or IOTA Stations and Rare DXCC.

What can I provide?
1) I can look after all your QSL requirements from Holiday station, IOTA to major expedition status.
2) I handle RSGB Bureau, Direct QSLing, LoTW, OQRS and Direct Via Paypal.
3) I work directly with UX5UO QSL Printing to ensure a quality Qsl Card and at a very competitive cost.
4) For some DX’peditions I may be able to offer free QSL cards if you use my QSL services. You may qualify for sponsorship, you are welcome to email me.

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Tel:+44 (0) 7900 500775


International Women’s Day Contest 2021

For the 8th time, the DARC YL group is organizing an international YL event on International Women’s Day. Goal of the event: to encourage YLs to be active during the 3 hours of this activity.
Date: Monday, March 8, 2021
Time: 1800 to 2100 UTC (1900 to 2200 CET)
Band & Mode: 40m and 80m in SSB & CW.
The points per QSO are awarded according to the following scheme. There are two categories of participants: OM and YL.
Points per QSO: YL/OM1 point ; YL/YL 3 points ; OM OM 0 points Each station can be worked once per band.
The following applies to SWLs:
1. All logged QSOs between YL and YL (3 points)
2. All logged QSOs between YL and OM (1 point)
Logs: The logs should be submitted in chronological order and include the QSO date, time (in UTC), band, mode, callsign of the QSO partner, name of the QSO partner, RST and the included points claimed.
The deadline for entries is March 25, 2021.
The log should be sent as an Excel file in the following format (callsign as file name): DATE Time UTC Band Mode Callsign Name Report Points Surname: Callsign: E-mail:
An Excel and Open Office log template can be downloaded from Alternatively, logs can be submitted in CABRILLO format, ADIF files and paper logs Will not be accepted. The participants send their log to Karin DL2LBK ( and receive a certificate in PDF format by email after the evaluation. The list of results will be published in the CQ-DL and on
We wish all participants good luck and many successful contacts!
33 + 73 + 55 de Karin DL2LBK & Heike DL3HD

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NL0H St Lawrence Island, Alaska

Well, after the first lot of cards entered the UK on the 8th December, somehow Royal Mail managed to lose them (despite them having a Tracking Number). I then had the cards re-printed and the second journey seemed to take an eternity but, they finally arrived yesterday.
I did do the LOTW upload some weeks ago so at least most of you would have got the match via the LOTW/IOTA QSO Matching system (NA-040) by now but for anyone still awaiting the card, all Direct requests for traditional Paper Cards will be out in tomorrow’s mail.
My sincere apologies for the delay, any queries drop me a line please.

VK5IR Adelaide, South Australia

Theo VK5IR will be the next station making his Cards available via M0OXO Qsl Service. Theo, a resident of Adelaide, South Australia will make his logs available on M0OXO OQRS in the coming days.
New Qsl cards are currently being printed by UX5UO Qsl Print and they will be available in due course.

3B8M Mauritius 2021

G0CKV and KX7M are planning to operate in this year’s CQ WW DX CW Contest, 27th-28th November, again using the Callsign 3B8M as a multi-op.
There may be others joining the Team but at this stage, although flights are booked, the Team is yet to be confirmed.
Qsl via M0OXO OQRS or Direct Post Mail

ZS1SBW & ZS0RR South Africa

Shawn ‘Billy’ Williams from Fish Hoek, Cape Town, South Africa has added his logs to the M0OXO QSL Service.
As well as his home Callsign of ZS1SBW, also added is the Roman Rock Radio Club, Callsign ZS0RR (image above Roman Rock Lighthouse).
Qsl Cards are currently being printed by UX5UO QSL Print and will be available in a few weeks time (depending on any Pandemic delays on postage).
You can search the logs and request Qsl Cards by using the Direct Links below;

VK5KI Expedition (2) Announced

After a successful trip in July 2020, Grant VK5GR will be returning to Kangaroo Island in January 2021 again as (VK5KI) for a longer break. This will be a part time holiday style operation, while  we spend 2 weeks over the summer holidays away from the hustle and bustle of the city.

The nature of the station that will be taken hasn’t been decided yet. As we get closer, details of what bands and modes will be active will be announced.

M0OXO QSL Manager – Update

It took a full weekend but for continued integrity and security, 757 logs backed up to three devices in three locations.
As well as the Logbooks themselves, just under 5 million QSO’s are currently held in The Cloud, safe until the next time.

VE3KTB/VY0 – Nunavut, Canada

The above operation, first done in 2014 (and still continuing) has been added to M0OXO OQRS. This was from Ellesmere island (IOTA NA-008).

Please don’t confuse the above operation with the 2016 operation VE3KTB/VY0 on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut (IOTA NA-043).

Both Logs are available on M0OXO OQRS and identifiable by the IOTA number at the end; na-008 na-043