As previously mentioned, the original QSL Card Design wasn’t compliant for the IOTA awards, so here is the new one.
Basically, if you get a QSL card with ‘Koh Rong AS-133’ ticked, it counts for IOTA. If ‘Sihanoukville’ is ticked, it doesn’t. All QSOs made with me between the 19/06/2015 & 21/06/2015 UTC were made from Koh Rong Island, IOTA AS-133.
In total, there were 92 IOTA QSOs. Although I would have liked more, it is wet season here and the weather was absolutely terrible. Japanese stations collected the majority of QSOs, although even these pile-ups were frequently ended by the WX.
Honorable Mentions go out to: W6CCP, W6ZR, KH6HM, W4DJL, S52LD, UA0FDQ, SP5FCZ, YO8BGE, and Wim (XU7TZG), who managed a QSO on every band (except 160m which neither of us could tune) 😉
If you have any questions regarding whether your QSL counts for IOTA, please email me via my QRZ listed email address.