2 comments on “QSL Cards

  1. Great post, beautiful QSL cards, Tom!

    I would only add that QSL is one of the Q codes used in radiocommunication and radio broadcasting. A Q code message can stand for a statement or a question. In this case, QSL means either “do you confirm receipt of my transmission?” or “I confirm receipt of your transmission”

    Shamelessly lifted from our friends at Wikipedia… (snickers)

  2. Thanks Mike. I had thought of adding that little bit but the post was already getting somewhat long. Maybe I need to do a separate post on the Q codes themselves.

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