Application form to become a member of RAST that you can fill in online. Enter your data and then click "Submit by Email" or "Print Form". Here is a list of the Thai PTD's type-approved equipment.
Related wiki page: Callsign Databases. QSL means either "do you confirm receipt of my transmission" or "I confirm receipt of your transmission". It can also mean "please send me a QSL card".
Many radio amateurs still carry on the tradition of using a QSL card as a confirmation of a contact with another amateur station. More commonly today it is a selective practice - used when you make a first contact with a country, or would particularly like to receive a QSL in return. A QSL card contains some basic information - the amateur stations callsign, location, licensee's name and postal address, and often details about the amateur station equipment.
These cards are often said to be the final courtesy of a contact, and indeed many millions of QSL cards are exchanged each year. Whilst QSL cards can provide a proof for operating awards of a contact with a particular country or area, they are also interesting to collect as they will have come from many people, often from distant lands or islands where few people live. The cards themselves are normally post card sized, many being colourful and very attractive.
QSL and green stamps. King dollar is not welcome in an amateur activity. The code of ethics II.
How does the whole QSL Card system work? Part of the fun of amateur radio is collecting cards, called QSL cards, from other amateurs that you've msde contact with on the radio. Some people like to collect stamps form various parts of the world but hams collect QSLs.
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A QSL card is a written confirmation of either a two-way radiocommunication between two amateur radio stations or a one-way reception of a signal from an AM radioFM radiotelevision or shortwave broadcasting station. It can also confirm the reception of a two-way radiocommunication by a third party listener. A typical QSL card is the same size and made from the same material as a typical postcardand most are sent through the mail as such.
Incoming QSL cards are sorted by Bureau volunteers and the cards are periodically sent to members. Outgoing QSL cards from members are aggregated country-wise and shipped to the respective Bureau of those countries. The worldwide Bureau system works on economics of scale, so cards are aggregated and shipped out based on the most cost-effective volume.