QSL Designs

I use electronic QSL and Paper versions. Up until late 2016 I also used the ARRL Logbook of the Word system but I have allowed this to lapse because of lack of activity during 2016.

To see my profile on eQSL.cc please follow this link…

http://www.eQSL.cc/Member.cfm?2d0ylx

This page will be used to host images of my QSL card designs, from concept ideas through to full-blown printed versions. Cards printed by Gennady – UX5UO.

My current paper and eQSL Card for all contacts.
My current paper and eQSL Card for all contacts.
The back of the card above - full colour!
The back of the card above – full colour!
The card I used with my first call sign MD3YLX. Sunset from the rear of Peel Castle.
The card I used with my first amateur radio call sign MD3YLX. Sunset from the rear of Peel Castle.

Cards created to celebrate  special events, with NOV granted by Ofcom…

This is the electronic or eQSL I used during the Queens Diamond Jubilee. 2Q0YLX didn't really say "Isle of Man" but I enjoyed many contacts with the NOV call sign.
This is the electronic or eQSL I used during the Queens Diamond Jubilee. 2Q0YLX didn’t really say “Isle of Man” but I enjoyed many contacts with the NOV call sign.
THe 1 Oscar callsign was an NOV issued to licensees to celebrate the 2012 London Olympics.
The ‘Two Oscar Zero’ call-sign was an NOV issued to licensees to celebrate the 2012 London Olympics.
Special NOV Callsign to celebrate 100 years of the RSGB. This is on my Foundation call sign - MD3YlX (limited to 10 watts) and will be used for digi modes.
Special NOV Callsign to celebrate 100 years of the RSGB. This is on my Foundation call sign – MD3YlX (limited to 10 watts) and will be used for digi modes.

another variation of the RSGB card…

MV3YLX founders July 2013

2V0YLX July 2013

based on my intermediate callsign – 2V0YLX was used for all voice contacts throughout July 2013.

Please call back to see new ideas and pictures…

I use eQSL for electronic QSL cards, prices range from free to whatever you wish to donate. It is a completely paper free way to exchange cards across the world for very little cost and ECO friendly. Although not quite the same as getting a card in the post, I personally really do like their system!

The Electronic QSL Card Centre

Enter your callsign to see if you have an eQSL waiting!

This page was updated on 20 January 2017

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