To begin with, it isn’t so much about the QSL card as it is about the whole QSL process.
To begin with, it isn’t so much about the QSL card as it is about the whole QSL process. I was surprised to learn that some hams haven’t a clue when it comes to sending or requesting QSL confirmation of a QSO. And it doesn’t seem to matter whether it is done digitally or the traditional paper QSL card.
You are probably wondering why in the world anyone would go to all the trouble to write a book about sending and receiving QSL cards for amateur radio contacts and going as far as putting up this web site. The work and expense may seem un-necessary to most hams and yet there are some who I have bounced this idea off of who told me they know of many hams with no clue about QSLing. So here it is, The QSL Book. A resource for hams and maybe some SWL as well but the main focus is going to be on ham radio operators.