Anything about our very interesting hobby. All members are welcome to share his/her blog.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on October 10, 2011 at 6:00 AM||comments (1)|
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on September 24, 2011 at 2:20 AM||comments (0)|
Gilbert DU1GG, PARA Secretariat, informed me that I have some QSL cards waiting for me at the PARA (Philippine Amateur Radio Association) office. These will be my first time to receive QSL cards via bureau. As with other first times, I was so anxious to get the cards from our DX friends.
Click on the callsign below to view the beautiful QSL cards handed over by Dolly DU1DLY (the other PARA Secretariat) today:
I will be sending my reciprocal cards via bureau soon.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on September 12, 2011 at 1:30 AM||comments (1)|
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on September 6, 2011 at 3:40 AM||comments (1)|
Claimed the 2nd eQSL.cc award for eDX50.
I would like to thank the latest 5 stations who completed the 50 confirmed countires:
And a lot of thanks as well for the other 20 stations.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on June 17, 2011 at 10:40 AM||comments (0)|
I received a second award for my QRP station. This time it's the KMPW (1000 Miles Per Watt) award from QRP Amateur Radio Club International.
This award is issued to any Amateur transmitting from, or receiving the transmission of, a QRP station such that the direct Great Circle Bearing distance between the two stations, divided by the QRP stations power output equals or exceeds 1000 Miles per Watt.
I would like to thank the Award Manager of QRP ARCI, Jay W5JAY, for the great help he provided. The acquisition of the award certificates went out smoothly with his help.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on June 14, 2011 at 1:30 AM||comments (3)|
I would like to thank the stations who sent their QSL cards direct. These are my first ever QSL cards received via snail mail.
Click on the callsign below to view their beautiful QSL cards:
Frank Hunger has included in his mail a note on his SWL report on my 1 watt WSPR transmission from my Yeasu FT-817. It's amazing the distance travelled by my QRP signal.
Reciprocal QSL card were sent to the five stations.
Please let me know if the cards successfully reach your QTH's mailboxes.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on June 9, 2011 at 10:40 AM||comments (1)|
Thanks for visiting my site.
I always wanted to have a website of my own.
They said that a spark is needed to start a fire.
Here is the spark, see the fire coming.
Visit the site often!
You will surely see interesting thing that I have been wasting my time on.
73 to All.
|Posted by Roel DV1VHK on April 21, 2011 at 11:05 AM||comments (0)|
The first ever award of my QRP station is received today. The award is called eDX25 award from eQSL.cc. This is for the confirmed 2-way QSO of my station with amateur stations in 25 countries.
I would like to thank the 25 good stations who responded to the whisper of my QRP station. I was amazed by the distance my 5 watts has covered so far.
Eyeing for the next 25 stations/countries!