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Just a reminder that you submitted a request for a Logbook of the World (LoTW) callsign certificate 30 days ago for the callsign IZ1KVQ.
If you still wish to receive a Logbook of the World callsign certificate for IZ1KVQ, please submit:
I) a copy of the Amateur Radio operating authorization (license document) for IZ1KVQ;
II) a copy of one other government-issued document indicating your identity, such as a driver's license or the first page of a passport.This documentation must be sent by postal mail to:
LoTW Administrator ARRL 225 Main Street Newington, CT 06111 USA
E-mail cannot be accepted. The envelope must be postmarked from your location.
The identity-confirming documents that you submit will be destroyed after your LoTW callsign certificate is issued.
73,The Logbook Team
IMPORTANT NOTE: This certificate requires
Trusted QSL Version 1.13 or later. Attempting to install
it using an earlier version of the TrustedQSL software
will result in errors. The latest TrustedQSL software can
be obtained at:
Here is your LoTW certificate for IZ1KVQ
You may be able to install this certificate by double-
clicking on the attachment icon. If that isn't possible or
doesn't work, save the attached file to disk and then
use the TQSLCert program's "Load Certificate File" menu
command to install this certificate into your system.
NOTE: If the attachment failed to arrive with this message,
you can just log on to the Web site noted below using the
provided username and password and download the certificate
Records submitted using this certificate can be accessed on
the Web using:
NOTE! This is NOT the same password the TQSL program asks for when you're signing a file!ed il gioco è fatto ed ecco un esempio delle famose qsl ...
elenco e sotto il dettaglio di un collegamento
sicuramente sono più belle quelle di carta:
Vi consiglio di leggere anche questi utili link informativi sul Logbook of the World (“LoTW”) in italiano:
- A.r.i Sanremo
- sito di ik1wjn