Friday, April 11, 2008
We've discussed the electronic QSL systems; eQSL and ARRL's Logbook of the World before. Great systems which we're starting to see as more the norm.
YK9G currently doing a great job from Damascus are uploading their logs into Logbook of the World during the expedition.
If you still like to send a 'conventional' QSL to people then there's another option, Global QSL. Here, you can define your QSL card on line in the same way as eQSL. You upload your ADIF file and Global QSL will print your cards and send them out via the bureax.
Prices look fair, around USD 100 for 1000 cards.
This looks an interesting opportunity, it rids the sender of the administrative headache of printing and answering QSLs, but allows real, paper QSLs to be sent to the people that prefer them.
Posted by Tim at 1:02 PM