thanks for help this summer I will work for all the grid EK34 and EK44. now everything is very well understood. see you soon.
Dave XE3DX - 4B3DX
David Maciel wrote:
I have a question maybe silly to many, I have traveled three times in the past two months to the grid EK34 and EK44, take my portable radio equipment, do not work because my GPS was damaged and another time I forget, but I'm sure the position where I was, may be valid if these grids work and send my QSL with the coordinates where you work? no photo of my gps? I have received many cards from American stations QSL writing grid over your home to put the new grid that time. this is valid? can be done? I have also contacted many stations and sent my QSL card with a photo of the coordinates, I think is best, but not always possible, this'm glad because I think that means that the word amateur is a great value. not if I explain.I had no problems for the ARRL accept these cards an American amateur, whatever the same if that makes a Mexican ham? or any other country? thanks for help.
I think the photo of the GPS is only necessary when operating from a grid boundary or intersection. If you know where you are by using a map, and claim only one grid, that is perfectly fine! I know EK34 and 44 would be new grids for me, so by all means get on the air!
73, Drew KO4MA