In agreement with the national Danish Radio Amateur organization EDR, a group of Danish amateurs have organized an event to celebrate the IARU’s 90th anniversary in 2015.
Danish radio amateurs will be QRV with this special event call in all of the year 2015.
We invite all Radioamateurs World Wide to participate in this event of celebration.
All bands inclusive WARC-bands and all modes may be used, except cross-mode, cross-band contacts and contacts via repeater and echo-link.
We have created an award for all radioamateurs who make contacts with the special event call.
The callsign will be active on multi bands with multi modes to make it more easy for other radioamateurs to achieve contacts.
The rules to get our award:
Gold award: QSO on 4 different bands regardless the mode
Silver award: QSO on 3 different bands regardless the mode
Bronze award: QSO on 2 different bands regardless the mode
- European stations:
Gold award: QSO on 7 different bands regardless the mode
Silver award: QSO on 5 different bands regardless the mode
Bronze award: QSO on 3 different bands regardless the mode
All QSOs must be with the same call sign.
If you have made the needed contacts and want the award, you have two choices:
- Print yourself:
Send an e-mail to award Manager OZ4CG firstname.lastname@example.org
We check your QSOs in Club-log and you will, free of charge, get an e-mail reply with the requested award attached.
Now you only have to print it yourself.
- Laminated ready print:
Send a post letter to QSL Manager OZ0J including the payment. Remember to specify which award you want. All awards to one address cost USD 10 or 3 valid IRC to cover our costs for printing the award and for envelope and return postage.
Alternatively you may use PayPal and send your payment and award-request to PayPal account email@example.com
If you have any questions about our award, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our log is available at www.clublog.org/logsearch/oz90iaru
Please check out that the needed QSOs are in our log, before you send any award request.
We look forward to meet you on the bands.
Application deadline is December 1, 2016
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