How the QSL archive works


This is a public archive where everyone can enter their QSL cards.

The intent is to avoid the dispersion of an immense patrimony of QSL cards that tells stories of men and eras gone by.

Contact me if you want to be part of this unique and ambitious project: ik6bak@gmail.com

This is how the site works (specifically the QSL part):

how to


Do you want improve this archive with your own QSLs?

Very simple:

Scan your card at 200dpi, save it as jpg format.

Name the file as follows:

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-R

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-R.jpg

In detail:

A63HI = SENDER CALL

I0GOJ = YOUR CALL

21122012 = DDMMYYYY

40 = BAND

CW = MODE (it can be also SSB, DIGI, FM etc etc)

R = STAYS FOR "REAR" OF THE CARD

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-F

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-F.jpg

In detail:

A63HI = SENDER CALL

I0GOJ = YOUR CALL

21122012 = DDMMYYYY

40 = BAND

CW = MODE (it can be also SSB, DIGI, FM etc etc)

F = STAYS FOR "FRONT" OF THE CARD

At the end you have to send 2 files named:

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-R.jpg

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-F.jpg

If the card had only one side, it would heve been named:

A63HI-I0GOJ-21122012-40-CW-F.jpg

ik6bak@gmail.com


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