locked Re: Oddball Callsign R6H-212
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I hope I am not straying from the subject matter here, but I just went and looked at my Russian QSL cards, and I found: R3M-79, UA3-155-75 and R3E-229 in my collection. All three are SWLs who send reception reports to hams and requesting QSL cards. Since R6H-212 so closely matches the format of the third call sign above, I believe the gentleman is probably a Shortwave Listener. The U.S. does not have this requirement, but some countries require prospective hams to received so many SQL verifications before they get their ham radio license. At least this has been my experience.
vy 73 de Joe KJ8O Desert Hot Springs CA
On Wed, May 27, 2020 at 3:14 PM Mike Olbrisch <mike-2020@...> wrote:
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Joe Miller, KJ8O
Desert Hot Springs, CA