Saturday, September 25, 2010

A Cordial Invitation

Its my honour & pleasure to invite you cordially to pay a visit to my Picasaweb Gallery where I've just completed uploading scanned copies of my QSL Cards(both front & back side) plus QSL Letters along with one of my classmate Mr.Tapan Kumar Pathak, once an active DXER .Mr.Pathak is no longer active in DXING.I've uploaded his QSL Cards as a mark of Gratefulness for introducing me to DXING & Radio Related Activites practically for the first time in 1990s & inspiring me to be active in DXING & Radio Related Activites & opening a new window to the world via DXING & Radio Listening & Radio Related Activities.
Here is the URL to my Picasaweb Gallery.....

Thanking You

73 & 55
Gautam Kumar Sharma(GK)

My Latest Printed QSL Cards Received

Here is the scanned version (both Sides) of my latest QSL Cards received.
(Two identical cards from Family Radio & Radio Free Asia & one 14th anniversary QSL Card from Radio Free Asia).

My First e-QSL Card from Japan Shortwave Club

Here is the snap of Japan Shortwave Club (JSWC) e-QSL which was received by me in PDF Format recently.

JSWC has started issuing e-QSL Card for correct reception report on their DX Report of The Month segemet on Wavescan, Adventist World Radio's weekly DX Programme(every sunday) .This was announced in their September edition of the DX Report as heard by me on September 5th on Wavescan (1200-1230UTC on 15435kHz). JSWC's DX Report is on air usually every first sunday of the month on Wavescan.The e-qsl card is of the same design as their printed QSL Card. The e-mail address for sending reception report for the JSWC's QSL Card via e-mail is

JSWC is still sending their printed QSL Card as before and return postage as form of one IRC or Two US Dollar will be appreciated as before.The postal address for sending reception report is
Japan Short Wave Club (JSWC),
P.O.Box 44, Kamakura 248-8691, Japan

73 & 55
Gautam Kumar Sharma(GK)