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QSL info

If you had a radio contact with our club, you will find the necessary QSL info here.

Confirming your contact

It is not needed to send us your QSL cards. We will confirm from our side anyway

Club station ON6NB

If you worked our club station during a field day or public demonstration, we will confirm QSO through the bureau. If you require direct QSL, please contact our log manager. (see below) 

Special call signs

Our club uses a special call sign for specific occasions. The following calls have been used recently.
  • OS15M: special call to promote morse code as immaterial cultural heritage
  • OP14Z: special call to remember the battle of Zemst at the start of the first world war

QSL through the bureau and direct QSL have been done.


Our club has been active on the following DXpeditions with the club call sign:
  • 2012: Liechtenstein, HB0/ON6NB 
  • 2013: Jersey, MJ/ON6NB
  • 2014: Albania, ZA/ON6NB
  • 2015: Île-de-Batz, TM6NB

For these DXpeditions, we have
  • Uploaded all contacts to LOTW
  • Uploaded all contacts to club log
  • Replied on all direct QSL received
  • Sent out QSL cards to all through the bureau

Log manager

Erik, ON4ANN, is the log manager for our club. For questions about logs and QSL, please use the contact form on our web site.

For direct QSL, please send a sae and 2 green stamps to
Erik de Mey-ON4ANN