QSL Information

QSLing has been a tradition of radio stations worldwide since the very beginning. These cards show the station’s capabilities, location, and signal information about the contact along with the date, and time of the contact.

These paper cards can also show the operator’s artistic side. Some cards come with pictures or drawings while others include a collage of clip-art and text. My card shows a sunrise over the Chesapeake Bay as we were sailing out of the northern channel of Smith Island.

No matter what the QSL card looks like it is always a thrill to open the mailbox and find one of these cards waiting for you.

My QSL policy is as follows:

  • I QSL 100% via LoTW.
  • I’ll reply to any bureau request.
  • A self-addressed envelope is requested if you are sending a card direct.

You may QSL using the ARRL’s Incoming QSL Bureau or Straight Key Century Club’s Bureau or directly at:

Eric Christensen WG3K
PO Box 1474
Chesapeake Beach, MD 20732-1474

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