Archive - August 2020


A large pile of QSL cards for VK8NSB has turned up at WIA in Australia. Unfortunately Stuie is NOT a member of WIA or RSGB so these QSL cards cannot be received.  
QSL Information for VK8NSB is clear QSL Via OQRS only. 
Please do not send Stuie Bureau cards as they will not be received. 
Before ANY QSL cards are requested Via Bureau you should always check the QSL route.
Thank you

Welcome to TI5/N3KS & TI7W

Welcome to the United Radio QSL Bureau to TI5/N3KS, Kam and also for TI7W contest station. Kam has asked me to take over as QSL manger for his call signs in Costa Rica.
Logs will be available on OQRS very soon on the links below.
TI5/N3KS – OQRS & Log search. TI7W  – OQRS & Log search.
QSL cards are being printed and will be available for direct from early September.

10/10/10 Award PJ4TEN

PJ4TEN is a special event station active during October 2020 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of “10/10/10” – October 10th, 2010. On that date the former country of the Netherlands Antilles was dissolved and Bonaire became a ‘special municipality’ of the Netherlands. As a result, Bonaire became a new DXCC entity on that date. 

To mark the 10th anniversary, Bonaire’s radio amateurs are organising a month-long operating event. A PDF award will be available to those who achieve 10 points by making contacts with PJ4 stations during October. 

1. A total of 10 points are required.
2. A contact with PJ4TEN is worth 2 points.
3. A contact with any other PJ4 station is worth 1 point.
4. Exception: on the exact anniversary, between 0000UTC and 2359UTC on Saturday October 10
thall PJ4 stations count 2 points.
5. All stations may be worked more than once on different bands and / or modes for additional points. Example: QSOs with PJ4TEN on 14MHz SSB and 7MHz FT8, and with PJ4NX on 14MHz CW and 7MHz FT8, would count a total of 6 points (2+2+1+1). However, if all those QSOs took place on 10/10/20 a total of 8 points would be scored (2+2+2+2).
6. Only contacts made between 0000UTC on October 1st and 2359UTC on October 31st count towards the Bonaire 10/10/10 Award.
7. There is no fee and no QSLs are required.
8. To apply: send a list of contacts made, stating the date, time (UTC), band and mode to:
9. The award is also available to SWLs on a ‘heard’ basis. For each contact logged, please list at least two stations with which the PJ4 station was in contact.

The following is a list of all currently-licensed Bonaire stations:
PJ4BZL (Berry)
PJ4DX (Steve)
PJ4EVA (Eva)
PJ4GR (Gerard)
PJ4KY (Bert)
PJ4NG (Noah)
PJ4NX (Peter)
PJ4RF (Rinse)
PJ4TEN (special event station)
PJ4/DC7MO (Monika)
PJ4/DL1COP (Holger)
PJ4/PE1NMB (Erwin, awaiting full PJ4 callsign)
Other PJ4 callsigns may also be active during the month.

5Z4VJ QSL Preview

G3AB, Andy has now received his new call sign 5Z4VJ for Nairobi, Kenya. QSL cards are being printed. OQRS will be open shortly.

OQRS will be open shortly on this link. 5Z4VJ


5Z4/G3AB QSL Preview

A new 5Z4/G3AB QSL is in the print room for Andy’s activity in Nairobi, Kenya. Thank you Max ON5UR for the QSL design.
5Z4/G3AB Log search
Please remember that log uploads may be sporadic. Always check the “Last QSO date and time” in the log search.
Andy has now received his new call sign 5Z4VJ and QSL cards are being printed. OQRS will be open shortly.