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SX5R
QSL: SV5DKL

Efstathios Maliakis

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SX5R

Accepts QSL via:
LoTW: YES
e-qsl: YES
mail QSL:YES

lookups: 4528


Check myblog: http://sv5dkl.blogspot.com

You may, as well, visit my !!LIVE!! APRS WebServer here: http://www.sv5dkl.eu:7781

and https://www.sv5dkl.eu for several goodies !!

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CHANGES IN MY QSL POLICY, EFFECTIVE 15 MAY 2016:

Since the 15th May 2016, I have decided to radically change my QSL exchange policy.

My new policy is based on my motto: "SV5 for all, for free"

So, currently, I inform you on the following:

1) I no longer collect paper QSL cards, so it not necessary to send me yours, unless you wish to.

2) Each Monday I upload last week's logs to LoTW, Clublog, eQSL.cc and once every few months to QRZ.com logbook.

3) I will still use the outgoing QSL services of RAAG's QSL Bureau.

4) If you really need my paper QSL card, it's best to use my OQRS direct request, as it's fast, secure and most reliable. Just visit: https://secure.clublog.org/logsearch/SV5DKL

5) I have enabled OQRS for the following callsigns: SV5DKL, SV1DKL, J41DKL, J41Y, SX5R and SV5/SV1DKL.

6) If you choose to proceed with an OQRS Bureau request, bare in mind that it may take 0.5 - 2 years till you receive my card.

7) If you are not able to use OQRS system, you can either send me a direct QSL request via my QRZ.com snail mail address, or just e-mail me the QSO data you would like to receive a paper QSL card via the bureau for. Direct QSL requests are usually answered in a week's time from delivery.

8) Every incoming QSL card will be answered the same way it arrived.

9) For special calls I have used in the past (J41DKL, J41Y, SX5R) please don't use the bureau, due to services restrictions of RAAG's QSL bureau.

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Below are my LotW standings as of 18 May 2016:

and here are my LotW standings for my old callsign SV1DKL as of 18 May 2016:

Although I work all kinds of modes, I am a keen CW enthusiast. I love DXing, Contesting, High Speed Telegraphy, chasing interesting awards & Trophies and I always try to improve my Operating Techniques, my Antennas & my Station's performance.

Born 1977 in Athens, Greece and initially licensed as SV1DKL at 1994. Moved to Rhodes Island, Dodecanese (EU-001) at 2003 and changed my callsign to SV5DKL.

Current station setup is:

Radios: Yaesu FT-2K, Icom IC-910H (V/U/SHF), Yaesu FT-857D, Yaesu FT-8800, Kenwood TM-251A, Kenwood TM-255E, Icom IC32A/E

Amplifiers: SPE Expert 1K-FA (HF & 6m)

Antennas: Cushcraft A3S, 27,5m Inverted-L base-coupled array, WARC bands home made fan dipole, 10el 2m Winkler Yagi, 9el 2m ECO Yagi, 4el 50Mhz Innovantenna Yagi, 7+7 DK7ZB vertically stacked VHF yagis for portable use.

TNCs: Kantronics KAM, Kantronics PK-88, Kantronics PK232-MAX, Symek TNC31S

Interfaces: RigBlaster PRO

Keys: Scheunemann Einhebel 2, Bencher BY-1 + MFJ422B automatic keyer, CT599 Iambic, HiMound HK-708 straight key.

Previously issued callsigns: SV1DKL, J41DKL, J41Y, SV5/SV1DKL, SX5R

Please, do support the DX Code of Conduct as I do



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