QSL = 100% by direct, eQSL, LOTW, HRDlog, QRZ, Club Log, and HamQTH.
If you enjoy paper QSLing as I do, then by all means please send a QSL card and you will get one in return. All QSL's are answered in the same manner that I receive them, mail, or electronic. NO BUREAU!!!
While I would like to be a member of the ARRL I have let my membership expire due to research into their financial statements and their many “Petition’s for Rule Making” to the FCC over the past few years concerning license privileges. As such I can no longer respond to any bureau cards. I will however continue to upload to LOTW to help those after awards. Thank you for your understanding.
I upload the logbook to eQSL, LOTW, HRDlog, HamQTH(free look up's), and Club Log daily and/or weekly.
If for some reason you have sent a QSL card but have never got a reply, shoot me an and I will get another one right out to you.
Last 2 weeks of QSL cards received by postal mail.
QSL cards received for the week of Aug. 4 = 24 cards from ARRL bureau
QSL cards received for the week of Aug. 11 =
Information below is only for the AI4FR call sign issued on August 12, 2003 and does not include the logbook statistics for my old call sign, KE4ECY issued in 1993.
Total QSL cards in the collection = 7859
Total QSL cards sent by mail = 12,997
Total QSL records confirmed at eQSL = 48,943
Total QSL records confirmed at LOTW = 67,833
Total QSO's in the AI4FR logbook = 101,073
Log Book Graph = Updated weekly at eQSL.
Bureau Statistic = ARRL Sent and Received QSL's.
Updated = 8-12-2019
Found below are two online log books. Why two? Well sometimes one or the other does not capture all the callsigns recently worked. Please note: The online logs found below will only work when I am using the WSJT digital software. They do not work and will not show callsigns logged when I am running MixW2 which is my regular logging program. I sure wish there was an all in one logging software that does all or most of the ham radio modes.