FH/HB9AMO QSL Preview

The QSL has been designed for Pierre FH/HB9AMO for his recent activity from Mayotte Island. The QSL will be in the print room on Monday. Direct QSL cards will be posted out on December 28th. 
QSL Via M0URX OQRS
Please do not send us Bureau cards - Use OQRS if you need a card via Bureau. Thank you

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PZ5V QSL Preview

Voodoo-logoThe QSL has been designed for the VooDoo Contest Group's recent activity, PZ5V in Suriname. Max ON5UR will send the design to the print room tomorrow morning so QSL cards will be out before Christmas.


You can see more information about the VooDoo Contest Group on their website.

You can still request your PZ5V QSL on our OQRS
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FH/HB9AMO November 2016

K1024 smallMayotte 1Pierre HB9AMO confirms that he will be QRV from Mayotte Island in November and will sign as FH/HB9AMO.

Pierre will be active in the CQWW DX CW Contest November 26 - 27 and will be on air before and after the contest.

Travelling light with his Yaesu FT-991 & Automatic Tuner and wire antennas.

QSL Via M0URX OQRS preferred.
Log is now open on OQRS.

Bureau Dispatch December 2016

Bureau August

QSL cards have been posted 80 World Bureaus today Saturday 3rd December 2016.

This mailing is a joint mailing between M0OXO Charles and M0URX Tim


I would very much appreciate feedback from you when the QSL cards start arriving at World Bureaus or received by hams around the world? This feedback will be added to our data below.

This mailing features cards from the recent expeditions 

Total amount of QSL cards 21,668
Via M0URX   7,908
Via M0OXO 13,760

 


Total Weight in g 
79,665

Total Cost £345.25 / per kg £4.33
Average postage cost  1.6p per QSL card.

If anyone wishes to make a donation to the costs of bureau shipments, you can do when you request a QSL  and use the donation facility on OQRS.

Read more: Bureau Dispatch December 2016

UR QSL Bureau team up with Voodoo Contest Team

Voodoo-logoWelcome to the United Radio QSL Bureau to the VooDoo Contest Team, they will be QRV from Suriname with the call sign PZ5V in the CQWW CW Contest in November.
QSL Via M0URX OQRS prefererred. 

OQRS OPEN

You can find out more information on VooDoo Contest Team 2016 Contest Expedition 

Please note that we do not require your incoming QSL cards. Please only use OQRS for both direct and bureau route. Please do not send your card via bureau  - It is not needed. Thank you for helping us to use the Bureau responsibly!

Log Search & OQRS Guidance

Our OQRS system relies on log updates from our clients, it is not a live online log facility. As soon as i receive the log updates they will be uploaded to OQRS immediately.

For your information the "Last QSO in database" is clearly indicated on the log search. If it is not updated for your QSO then please come back soon to try again.

9M6XRO John, PJ4DX Steve, VK8NSB Stuie and ZB2TT Robert send me weekly log updates which are uploaded between Sunday and Tuesday.

Next Outgoing Bureau Dispatch

Bureau AugustUnited Radio QSL Bureau has an Outward posting to all IARU World QSL Bureaus 3 times per year.

Our next dispatch will be scheduled for 5th December. Anyone is welcome to use this outgoing service, our rates are very reasonable.

2016 - Our total for Bureau QSL cards posted this year will be 50,000
£6 per kilo. Pro-rata for lower volumes. PayPal accepted
All QSL cards must be pre-sorted into the IARU Bureau sequence.

Parcels should be posted to:

Mr Tim Beaumont C/O Royal Mail, Kenilworth Delivery Office,
P.O. Box 17
Kenilworth
Warwickshire,
CV8 1SF ENGLAND

All parcels should be securely packaged using plenty of packing tape to seal the box against bursting. 

Our dispatches are sent using priority Business Mail to reach the bureaus in 7 working days.
Ohh and by the way! If you have any OLD out of date IRCs and you would like to donate them to our QSL service? I would love to hear from you.

We will be reviewing our rates in January as our international carriage costs increase with the lower value of Sterling.

OY/ON6NB QSL Mailing

OY-post203 direct letters for OY/ON6NB have been posted since Friday 7th October. Also 553 Bureau cards have been processed waiting for the next dispatch.

OQRS is open here: http://www.m0urx.com/oqrs/logsearch.php

LoTW has also been uploaded.

Romania Post Office Mail Problems

YO  stampThis year has seen many problems with letters to Romania not arriving. Mail theft or mail just destroyed? I do not know why, but it is becoming increasingly difficult to get QSL cards to Romania.

If you have requested a QSL from me that has not arrived be assured that ALL QSL cards are posted 100%. Please contact me with the details, I will do everything I can to get the QSL to you, but be aware that posting mail to Romania some mail is not getting through and this is beyond my control!

OY/ON6NB QSL Preview

Just days after OY/ON6NB closed its log and the team flew back to Belgium, the QSL design was put together by Max, ON5UR, and is now in the print room. I would like to thank the team for their excellent collaboration in the QSL and OQRS side of the project. LoTW uploaded.

Many thanks to our professional photographer OY1OF Ólavur Frederiksen www.faroephoto.com for taking time to work with the team and allow us to use his image for this QSL design from Vágar Island, in the Faroe Islands, IOTA: EU-018, Grid Locator: IP62kb, WWFF: OZFF-0007.

The team would like to thank you all for working them on this DXpedition. QSL cards will be sent out in October.
QSL Via M0URX OQRS preferred
M
ore information can be found on the DXpedition website OY/ON6NB

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OY/ON6NB Faroe Islands 15 - 21 September 2016

K1024 Faroe IslandsA group of 8 Belgian Radio Amateurs will be QRV from Vágar Island EU-018 Faroe Islands between the 15th and 21st September 2016, OY/ON6NB will be On Air between 6m and 80m, in SSB, CW,PSK and RTTY with an emphasis on the higher bands, propagation conditions permitting.

The OY/ON6NB Team
ON4ANN – Erik, Team leader, SSB operator
ON4ACP – Philppe, CW operator
ON4CCV – Erik, SSB operator
ON4CKM – Cedric, SSB operator
ON5PDV – Paul, SSB Digi operator
ON6MI –    Rudi SSB operator 
Etienne -    ONL
ON4DTO - Andre SSB Digi operator
Photos courtesy of OY1OF Ólavur Frederiksen

QSL Via M0URX OQRS preferred 
M
ore information can be found on the DXpedition website OY/ON6NB
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VK0EK features on QST cover!

Cr7YYQwUEAAabdbGreat to see VK0EK DXpedition to Heard Island feature on the front cover of the October 2016 edition of QST magazine.

As QSL manager I was very proud to work with this team. The challenges of QSL duties on a major DXpedition are numerous, probably the most time consuming are researching busted call inquiries and monitoring the logs for any problems. Luckily i was able to work with some top IT guys on this project and it all went remarkably well.

You can of course still claim your VK0EK QSL card on our OQRS.

 

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5H1XX QSL Cards Posted

5H1XX PostingAfter just eight days since we sent the 5H1XX QSL design to the print room I am happy to confirm that 129 letters have been posted this morning. Many thanks to the fast work at ON5UR QSL Print Service.
279 Bureau cards have also been processed and ready for the next dispatch.

Of course you can still request your Direct or Bureau card on our OQRS service

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Responsible Bureau QSL'ing
Please do not send us any QSL's or replies through the bureau this is not required. It will however add extra work and costs. Please use OQRS only. Thank you

VK0EK Recovered QSOs

As promised, once we received the laptops back from Heard Island, we would reconcile all laptops with the master N1MM+ log, and more than 100 QSO’s have been recovered. We hope you were the lucky one – and if you have any questions – please contact our QSL Manager, Tim, M0URX:  https://vk0ek.org/qsl/

We would like to thank Pete, W6OP, and Mike, KJ4Z for their most excellent efforts finding and recovering these QSO’s. The majority were recovered from a failed laptop that did not sync with the N1MM+ Master log.

Recovered QSOs have been uploaded to OQRS http://www.m0urx.com/oqrs/logsearch.php

And they have also been uploaded to LoTW as well.

ZG2TT National week in Gibraltar

K800 QSL-ZB2TT5th to the 10th of September is National Week in Gibraltar, to commemorate this, the Gibraltar Amateur Radio Stations can use the prefix ZG. Robert Morgan (ZB2TT) will be QRV as ZG2TT during the week in the hours he is not working.

Although we will not have a special QSL card for this activity we will overprint the QSO report labels with ZG2TT and the log will be uploaded to the OQRS after the 10th September so that you can claim the QSL card.

For the prefix hunters we will also upload the log to LoTW.
QSL Via M0URX OQRS preferred.  OQRS NOW LIVE

5H1XX QSL Preview

Thank you to Max ON5UR for the QSL design of the new 5H1XX, Tanzania, Zanzibar Island, AF-032 QSL card. The design will be in the print room in the morning and cards are expected here in about two weeks from now.

QSL Via M0URX OQRS open.

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M0URX New OQRS goes Live

PDXGThe Perseverance DX Group (PDXG) and the United Radio QSL Management Bureau, owned and operated by Tim Beaumont M0URX, have entered into an exclusive relationship for United Radio and its partner M0OXO Online QSL Request Service operated by Charles Wilmott M0OXO to use PDXG’s QSL Management  System.  Current, future and legacy call signs supported by these firms are included in the agreement.

Initially intended for our own use we decided to make the application available to the DX community supported by the United Radio / M0OXO services. This fully integrated cloud based application allows authorized users around the world access to a host of QSL management functions. By dramatically simplifying and automating the process a QSL manager’s workload and time commitment are significantly reduced.

To DXers the application presents the familiar functions of Log Search and OQRS.  Busted Call and Not in Log inquires are handled by an integrated (form) process that greatly reduces the need for e-mails. The application integrates PayPal donor information with logged QSOs to recognize those who supported the DX-pedition for expedited confirmation handling.  Address and QSL card label management functions are seamlessly integrated for ease of use.

Under development for 2 years, the application was introduced during the TX3X Chesterfield Islands DX-pedition. Many enhancements were added since TX3X. 

To date, Tim has loaded the logs for 140 DX stations, over 2 million QSOs, Charles will soon begin uploading 150 logs. User feedback has been very positive.

Questions may be directed to Pista HA5AO or Gene K5GS at their QRZ.com address.

Read more: M0URX New OQRS goes Live

ZB2TT Gibraltar QSL cards posted

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The QSL cards for ZB2TT arrived from the printer and all direct QSLs are ready to post on Thursday 18th August.

Robert has already made over 5,000 QSOs and will continue to be QRV when he has time away from work. 

QSL Via M0URX, preferred using OQRS.

Old IRCs Donated

IRCs2Thank you Werner DL1BKK for the latest batch of old out of date IRCs donated to United Radio QSL Bureau. The IRCs will be cashed in and the money used for the outgoing QSL Bureau to ensure fast delivery of our bureau card dispatches. Thank you Werner.

If you have any old IRCs and you would like to donate them to the QSL bureau please send them to us. They will be very appreciated and used wisely. 
So far 818 old IRCs have been donated.

5H1XX Zanzibar Island AF-032

Zanzibar IslandAlex UX0LL and Alex UT5UY will be QRV as 5H1XX Zanzibar Island IOTA AF-032, Tanzania.

August, 13 - 22 2016.
CQ Zone: 37
ITU Zone:53

Special thanks for great support goes to: UX0HX & UZ1HZ HAM Radio Family, UW7LL, UR8LV, UR4LRG, UR3HR, UX1UF, UY5LW.

QSL Via M0URX OQRS preferred. 

ZB2TT QSL Preview

The QSL card has been designed for ZB2TT, Robert (also M0TTT) in Gibraltar, many of you have been working Robert since he got the new call sign on June 16th. At this time Robert is using a simple set up of a Yaesu FT-450D and a Buddipole antenna with some quite remarkable results so far. Robert says that he hopes to build the station up and hopes to be working you all soon.

QSL cards will be ready to post in August and logs are regularly uploaded to LoTW, we remind you that Rob may sign as ZB2TT or ZB2TT/P so please be sure you log correctly. Another QSL design by Max, ON5UR.

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