20th Anniversary of MDXC Foundation
The Mediterraneo Dx Club wants to celebrate on air, with all the Members and Supporters, its 20th Anniversary of Foundation.
We will do it from 1 to 30 April 2017 with several special stations from all over the world.
20 Years Bronze
It will be issued with at least 50 QSO with the MDXC special stations. Each first contact with an MDXC station per band and mode, is counted as a valid QSO. You can have 3 QSO per band (SSB, CW and RTTY) with the same special station. The stations with at least 50 QSO can request the free award, which will be sent by e-mail, in PDF format.
20 Years Silver
All the stations which will contact at least 4 Special MDXC stations, one for each Continent (Africa, America, Europe and Asia), can request the 4 splendid QSL, which combined to each other, like a puzzle, will compose the Award. Price € 6,00
20 Years Gold
Who will contact at least 20 special stations, at least one for each Continent (Africa, America, Europe and Asia) can request the GOLD plate, hand made in wood with your callsing. The cost of the plaque is € 25,00, shipping included.
20 Years Top
Reserved to all activators of the special stations. The special station that will make the highest number of QSO will be named TOP and will receive a hand made wooden plate.
For further informations please read the Award Rules HERE
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