Collecting QSL Cards
After communicating with another amateur (especially someone in a foreign country) it is customary to send a QSL Card, which is a postcard-sized card with information about yourself and your station, and details of the QSO such as the date, time, frequency, mode and the callsign of the station worked. Many amateurs take a great deal of pride in their QSL cards, which are works of art. As well as being something to display and a nice reminder of the contact, QSL Cards are often required if you wish to claim a contact for an award (see here).
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