A brief presentation on how eQSL.cc works, step-by-step
Step-by-Step Overview of How eQSL.cc Works
This sequence of slides will give you an idea of how the eQSL.cc system works, allowing hams and SWLs all over the world to send and receive eQSL cards via the Internet.
- Design eQSL
- Verify Identity
- Upload Log to OutBox
- Automatic Transfer
- Details of Transfer
- Retrieve from InBox
on the Home Page
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. All rights reserved. No part of this web site or database may be reproduced, duplicated, printed, copied, or downloaded without permission, except that users may print and download eQSL cards from their own Inbox, Outbox, and Archive. Certain graphics on this system may be protected by copyrights and may not be reused outside this system. Please inquire if you are not sure. The globe image on our home page is courtesy of the GOES-7 satellite via NASA, which does not endorse products or web sites. The hurricane seen in the image is Andrew, ca 1992. The rotating earth in the moving eQSL logo is not revolving backward, but rather is the view seen by a satellite in an equatorial orbit.
The Final Courtesy of a QSO is an instant eQSL
has no control over the accuracy of logs supplied by the users of this system. Under no circumstances shall
be liable for any damages caused by your use of the information collected in this system. In particular, no warranties are expressed or implied with regard to information contained herein.
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