[CQ-Contest] QSLing.

Trent Sampson vk4ts at outlook.com
Sat Dec 31 23:54:51 EST 2016


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This accepts LOTW and EQSL

For a DX (Non VK) the cost is $AU30 which is $21.60 and covers all awards in the programme for 12 Months

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Sent: 01 January 2017 10:28
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Subject: [CQ-Contest] QSLing.

I suspect I'll open a can of worms, but here it goes.

Go for LOTW acceptance, but keep eQSL alongside it. I spent more money
on WPX credits using LOTW than I care to admit. Unfortunatelly they were
not available (the confirmations) at the time on eQSL.

73 de Vince, VA3VF

Yes, I can confirm that the USA County Award (USA-CA), sponsored by CQ
Magazine has an agreement to use E-QSL data. I've issued over 100 of the
awards in the past few years.

I've issued about 125 County awards which used E-QSL data as the basis.
A very simple process.

CQ Magazine has been working with ARRL to get the nod for using LOTW
data for the County Award.

Ted Melinosky K1BV
USA-CA Custodian for CQ
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