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Marge Caselli XYL of CDXA member Wilson Caselli (K1MIJ),
passed away November 20, 2019.
Viewing will be held at 2PM, Saturday, November 23rd at Central Steele Creek Presbyterian Church, 9401 S. Tryon St
Charlotte, NC 28273. Service will begin at 3PM followed by a reception.
CDXAmembers at groups.io
CDXA is in the process of moving from the 'Mailman' email reflector to 'groups.io' email reflector for our email service.
Reason for the change is because the 'mailman' reflector does not have the ability to send images, attachments and sometimes links.
The 'Groups.io' email reflector gives us the ability to add images, attachments, links, etc. to emails going out to all members.
It also gives us some new tools like polls, etc
Previous an email was sent to all CDXA members inviting you to join the CDXAMembers@Groups.io.
All CDXA members joining the CDXAMembers@groups.io must be approved before you can use it.
The approval process is an unfortunate necessity given people who would abuse the service.
If you are a CDXA member and have not yet signed up for the CDXA groups.io reflecter, you can signup here.
We need your help if your call sign begins with W4, K4 or N4. The Carolina DX Assocaiation
is the sponsor for the 4th area incoming QSL bureau. The QSL bureau is staffed by vounteers.
How can YOU help?
Make sure you have envelops or funds on file with your sorter. If you do not want bureau QSL
cards, then please let your sorter know that as well. Who is your sorter?
Go to https://www.cdxa.org/w4qsl-bureau/index.php Enter your call sign in the blank box next
to "Submit Query" and press ENTER. If your sorter has put your data on line (about half of the
sorters have) you will immediately find out the status of your QSL file.
If you sorter has NOT put your data on line or if you want additional information, your sorter's
email address is there. You can click on the link and send an inquiry to your sorter.
The number one frustration that I hear from our sorters is when they receive incoming QSL cards
and there are no envelopes, funds or instructions from you about how you want your cards
So once again, help our volunteers by making your wishes known. We have tried to make it
easy for you to tell us what to do with your cards. Go to the link above. Scroll down the page
and you will find ways to get envelopes on file with the bureau.
I thank you in advance for your halp and your sorters will be pleased as well
Paul Sturpe, W3GQ
QSL Bureau Mgr.
4th Call Area
W4 K4 N4 Prefixes
QSL Service Fee Structure
ARRL members — including foreign members, QSL Managers, or managers for DXpeditions — should enclose payment as follows:
$2 for 10 or fewer cards in one envelope.
$3 for 11-20 cards in one envelope, or 75 cents per ounce, for packages with 21 or more cards.
[For example, a package containing 1.5 pounds of cards -- 24 ounces, or about 225 cards -- will cost $18.]
Under the new fee structure, there are no transaction service fees.
You should use an accurate scale to weigh your cards. Most post offices have scales that you may use.
Please pay by check (or money order) and write your call sign on the check. Send cash at your own risk. DO NOT send postage stamps or IRCs. Please make checks payable to: “The ARRL Outgoing QSL Service.”
Packages received with insufficient payment will not be processed until the balance is paid in full. The outgoing QSL bureau does not keep money on account.
For complete information see .
Do you use Amazon.com for any of your online shopping?
If so, make
your default link to amazon.com.
Any items bought using this link gives a small donation to the Carolina DX Foundation.
Help CDXA Support DXPeditions
by renewing your membership or joning ARRL through CDXA.
If your ARRL renewal/membership application is sent to the ARRL by CDXA,
CDXA is able to retain a small portion of your ARRL application/renewal dues.
Click - - > < - - for more information
and the Renewal Form to print, complete and and send to CDXA.
CDXA has had a 2 meter repeater on 147.18MHz +600 (no tone) for many years. This is your club repeater (open to all), take advantage of it.
The repeater was updated to a Yaesu DR-1X in 2015. Read about the changes HERE .