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----- BELGIAN AMATEUR RADIO
SOCIETY SERIES (UBA) -----
(Union Belge des Amateurs-Emetteurs)
General Requirements: Unless otherwise noted in the rules, apply by sending GCR list and fee of 10 to: Egbert Hertsen ON4CAS, Postbus 85, Mechelen 2, B-2800 Mechelen, Belgium.
Worked All Belgian Provinces
Issued by Union Belge des Amateurs-Emetteurs (UBA) to amateurs and SWL's. Contacts after 1 Jan 1995. All bands and modes. Europeans must contact all 10 Belgian provinces and the city of Brussels on at least 2 bands - 22 contacts in all. DX stations (and Europeans on VHF/UHF) need one QSO in each province and Brussels - 11 contacts.
The provinces are:
Waals Brabant (BW)
Brussels Hoofdstelijk Gewest (BR)
West -Blaanderen (WV)
(Contacts with VB (Vlaams Brabant) and BW (Waals Brabant) count only starting 1 Jan 1995)
A PDF version
of this award is now offered at no cost. Print the award in your own
shack. When you apply for the award, request that the PDF file version be
e-mailed to the address you supply. (The PDF [Portable Document Format] is
widely used for document distribution, and the software is available for no cost
at: http://www.adobe.com/ )
BELGIAN POST CODE AWARD
The UBA Post Code Award is available for contacting Belgian stations in towns and villages each having a different post code. SWL OK. No date limits. All bands and modes, however no use of packet or repeaters. Each post code should be contacted only ONCE, regardless of bands or modes used. The postal code is a 4 digit number shown immediately before the city or town. Your score is the SUM of all different Belgian post codes confirmed by QSL cards.
The basic award requires 500,000 points.
1st endorsement sticker requires 750,000 points with 8 different provinces
a second endorsement sticker requires 1,000,000 points with 9 different provinces.
A special Excel worksheet has been created to facilitate application and score calculation. Contact the UBA award manager to get a copy of the sheet which contains all postcodes. Anyone not wishing to use this file may send his/her application in form of a GCR list. Besides the usual QSL data, this list must contain the post code of each contacted station. Every GCR list should be sorted by ascending post codes. The award fee is 10. Endorsements are free if applied for at the same time as the initial award application. I
Issued by the UBA section ZLB for contacting its members after January 1, 1998. SWL OK. HF or VHF/UHF but not mixed. All modes, except packet radio & SSTV. Collect 10 points. Each member counts 1 point (440 MHz and above : 2 points) while the club station ON4ZLB counts 3 points. To get extra points, each member may be worked once each month. Send log extract and fee of 8 to : Pieter-Paul Custers, ON1DIH, Albertwal 42, B-3700 Tongeren, Belgium.
Tks ON4CAS 9/02
Sponsored by the Belgian Air Force ARA to all amateurs and SWL's for contacting members on or after 1 Jan 1992.
ON's need 10 points,
other Europeans 5,
all others 3.
Each BAFARA member = 1 point,
BAFARA clubstations and special event stations = 2.
station may only be contacted one time. All bands and modes OK. No use of
repeaters. (SWL's should submit the
cards which will be returned).
GCR list and fee of 10 or $US15
or 10 IRCs to: Patrick Dubuc ON4MAW, Rue des Aiselies 113, B-6040 Charlerol,
Valid BAFARA stations (21 June 2015 / 322 callsigns)
Member stations :
ON1ADL, AEW, AKK, APF, ARE, ATZ, AYH, AZH, AZF, BAU, BCS, BMH, BNF, BOZ, BPP, BPS, BSX, BUX, BXO, BZK, CDK, CFK, CIP, CIX, CLM, CLO, CMO, CV, DBP, DDN, DEE, DEV, DFR, DHC, DIH, DJT, DJU, DKK, DKY, DLA, DNF, DNZ, DPS, DSA, DWN, HU, ILL, IR, KFE, KGC, KPM, KJU, KLZ, KVE, KVZ, KYC, LAL, LOF, LVE, MAN, MAS, MAW, MEF, PF, RE, TY, WG, (67)
ON2ADX, AFD, AHJ, AHS AJW, AML, BAM, BAS, BFQ, BGT, BIA, BID, KDF, KFJ, KS, LAK,LAW, LBI, MV (19)
ON3ANY, BAS, BFQ, BID, CK, DAG, FY, KCM, IWB, KFJ, ME, MKL, MV, RY, SLW, TA, WLA, (17)
ON4AAI, ABP, AGV, AHJ, ALL, ALV, ANE, ANM, ARL, ATZ, AWK, AWM, AWN, AXV, AYP, BAJ, BAN, BCG, BDJ, BDK, BEV, BPC, BZ, CAN, CBS, CBY, CCB, CCG, CCT, CDI, CFC, CFL, CGP, CJW, CLA, CLB, CLJ, CMO, COX, CVL, CZ, DD, DW, DY, FAB, FG, HG, ILL, KBL, KR, KZF, LAC, LC, LDK, LDL, LDR, LJ, LN, LO, MAW, MS, MZ, NG, NS, NY, OK, OP, PD, PK, SFM, TE, TJ, TYP, WL, WYR, YA, YP, (77)
ON5AB, ADC, ADL, ARE, BDD, CK, CTS, DL, DT, EN, FO, GD, GX, HL, HO, JI, JLK, JPF, JR, ME, MN, OW, PK, QA, QP, RKN, SX, VG, VP, YS (30)
ON6AS, CT, CY, EB, GPS, HI, IF, JE, JN, JRA, KL, KN, NU, OX, TA, TJ, TM, UO, VP, WR, XI, XP, YE, YF (24)
ON7AA, AMI, AV, BAU, BH, BPS, BQ, CFK, DC, DDG, DEF, DJU, EB, EN, GG, HO, HQ, II, JF, JFK, KC, KL, MV, NW, NY, OG, PH, PV, QJ, QL, SR, SV, UT, VZ, WG, WZ, YP, YZ (36)
ON8BV, KM, MC, OF, PV, RA (6)
AB7KW, EB5KAU, EB5TT, KB8RUI, KJ7MG, TJ9CF, VE2GOO (7)
ONL2674, 2727, 2943, 3060, 3153, 3186, 6522, 7956, 8858, 9028, (10)
OO4F, OO6N, OO7D, OP4D, OP4J, OP4L, OP7F, OR1V, OR4C, OR7D, OR7Z, OS0C, OS6C, OS7P, OT6I, OT7N (16)
Clubstations : ON4BAF, ON4BFS, ON6AF, ON6AP (4)
Special event stations : ON16FF, ON3ΨNTM, ON4ΨBAF,ON4ΨC13ΨH, ON4ΨSM, ON47FOUGA, ON6ΨAF, ON65AF (8)
Belgian Castle Award
Contact stations who are operating from a castle, fortified castle or a farm-castle. They will be identified by a two part reference number using two letters for the province and three numbers for castle ID number.
(Operation must take place within a distance of maximum 500m around the castle. To be validated by the BCA Committee, a minimum of 25 contacts should be made within one single operation period by the respective castle. Stations operating from the castle should provide some info about the history of the castle. Operators who participate in a valid operation will be automatically credited with the point available.)
The award is available in CW, phone or mixed on all HF bands or on VHF/UHF 2m or 70cm. No use of repeaters, satellites, packet.
Basic Award - 50 castles with at least 3 in each province and region.
Endorsements - stickers each additional 25 castles, with minimum 1 additional castle in each province or region.
GCR list with complete QSO info needed. Some cards may be requested by the sponsor. SWL OK. Apply with list and fee of 10 Euro (endorsement fee is 2 Euro) to : Eric Vancraenbroeck ON7RN, Rue du Wimpelberg 105, B-1120 Bruxelles, Belgium.
Belgian Castles Radio-Operators
This award is available to any foreign station who activates 3 Belgian Castles or or after 1 January 2006 using their personal call sign. (Belgian amateurs must activate 7 castles.) The award can be e-mailed to you to be printed with your equipment at no charge, or if you wish to pay postage, for just the cost of postage to your QTH for surface mail.
Tks F5NQL and ON3WAB 6/2008
Belgian Mill Award
General Requirements: Only windmills with valid reference number may be used.
, supply SASE to sponsor, or review
Award is available in 3 forms.
1. Activating windmill references.
2. Contacting active windmill references.
3. SWL reports of windmill operations.
Fee for each award is 10. No use of repeaters. Contacts must be all HF or VHF, not mixed. Application log to be sent either by e-mail or on diskette (Exel) or in a sealed envelope to the following address:Maurits NOLF,Sparrentuin 29,B-8793 St. Eloois-Vijve, Belgium
Log lists must be sign by two radio-amateurs with a valid license.
. Contacts may be made while /P or /M within 250 meters of the windmill. No use of repeaters and either HF or VHF, not some on each mode. You must activate at least 10 windmill references with a minimum of 30 contacts per windmill. May be done on different dates.
Belgian Lighthouse & Lightship Award
This award is issued by the OSA Antwerp division of the UBA for contacts with Belgian lighthouses and OSA members after June 1st 2005. SWL OK. You must earn 100 points to achieve the award.
QSO with lightship Westhinder I, II or III
QSO with any other belgian lighthouse or lightship
QSO with a ON4OSA, the OSA clubstation
QSO with a member of OSA
Activation of any belgian lighthouse or lightship (min. 50 contacts required)
For QSOs made in FM mode, only half of the points are attributed. No band or mode restrictions, but repeater contacts are not valid. A list of Belgian lighthouses & ships can be found at http://osa.uba.be/speceven/baken05/vuurbel/belvuur.htm
A list of clubmembers can also be found at http://osa.uba.be
GCR list + fee of 6 Euro (7 Euro for stations outside Europe) to: Alfons Wittoeck (ON4AWT), Curiestraat 2, B-2660 Antwerpen, Belgium.
Contact amateur radio operations from a railway station of the SNCB (Societe Nationale des Chemins de fer Belges). Eligible stations will provide a two part reference number unique to that railway station. The first group (letters) corresponds to the telegraphic code of the station and the second group (numbers) form the reference number of the station. For example, the railway station "Stockem" on line 162 will be MKM162. Only stations in the "stations-book" will be valid. Applications for registration must be approved by the BRSA-Mnager ON8OO before activation.
The basic award is available for contacting 10 stations, endorsements each additional 25 stations. A plaque is available for contacting 250 stations. SWL OK.
The application must be presented as a list showing the reference code, date, time and mode. Fee for the award is 12 and cost for endorsements is 2. Cost for the plaque is 20. Contact custodian for details on methods of payment. Apply to BRSA-Manager, Stef COLAS, ON8OO, Route de Bouillon 114, B-6700 Arion, Belgium.
A separate set of regulations may be found on their website which provides rules for activators of the railway stations.
Belgian Telegraphy Award
BTC is a group of CW enthousiast who want to keep the art of CW alive.In order to keep promoting CW contacts among radioamateurs (and encourage SWLs to listen to CW QSOs) on all amateur bands they issue a membership award to all who can provide contact with Belgian radioamateurs. Applicants will prove contacts with Belgian radioamateurs as follows:
ON amateurs need CW QSOs with 15
different ON stations.
EU amateurs need CW QSOs with 10 different ON stations.
DX amateurs need CW QSOs with 5 different ON stations.
All QSOs have to be confirmed by a QSL card. Only 2 way CW QSOs on or after the 1st of January 1980 are valid. All bands. SWL OK.
GCR and fee of 10,00 or $US10. (no IRCs please). (Award is FREE of charge as a PDF file to print out yourself) Apply to: Award Manager, Marc Domen, ON7SS, Ferdinand Coosemansstraat 32, B 2600 Berchem-Antwerpen, Belgium.
About 200 years ago there was a
secret society which ransacked and robbed over the region between the two
provinces. The local people called them "De Bokkenrijders".
The whole story can be red on the backside of the award. Issued by the UBA District North East Limburg for any amateur or SWL making contact with Limburg Province in Belgium and the Netherlands after 1 January 1985:
Limburg Province in PA = 1 point,
Limburg Province in ON = 3 points each.
At least one from each province is needed. PA and ON need 12 points, other
Europeans need 8, rest of the world need 5. 6 colored award on heavy paper
stock. GCR list and fee of 5, $US7 or 7 IRCs to: Jan
Hamal, ON7BB, Weg naar As 61, B-3660 Opglabbeek, Belgium.
Worked Active Bruges Amateur Stations (WABAS)
Earn 15 points by contacting members of the OSB/UBA on or after 1 January 1983. Each member counts 1 point, member SWL cards = 2, and the club station ON6BR = 5. No use of repeaters. Each station may be contacted once per month and accumulated for the award except ON6BR. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of 10 IRC or 5 to: Frans Descan ON4ASF, Fort Zevenbergen 55, B-8200 St. Andries (Brugge), Belgium.
Canadian Liberation March Award (ON4CLM) (Rewritten 1/25/15)
Each year between mid October and mid
November ON4CLM operates to commemorate the liberation of Knokke on November
1st. 1944. The station operates on all HF bands and in all modes. There will be
7 different prefixes to work ranging ON-OT (changes every year).
Only one contact is required to obtain a 'free of charge' full color award. The
award is issued in PDF format.
Info on the station and the award is on: www.qrz.com/db/on4clm
(Chg 1/2015) Tks ON4RO
Sponsored by the
Radio-Club of Lessines to encourage contacts with the cantons of Belgium on or
after 1 January 2000. SWL OK. As of 1 January 2003,
there are 208 cantons in Belgium broken by province as follows:
|A list of the cantons
is found at the club website. (see below). The cantons are identified in a
special format where the first two characters are the province abbreviation and
the last two digits are the canton number. (For example: HT-09 represents
Hainaut province and Lessines canton. Cantons may be
identified on the QSL card, or by the postal code and name of the city printed
on the QSL card. If the card has none of these identifiers, it is not valid for
the award. Portable or mobile stations are valid for the award only if they have
sufficient information to identify the canton. There are four
categories of awards: bronze, silver, gold and platinum. The bronze, silver and
gold awards are paper certificates. The platinum award, for its part, is a plate
in tin and walnut. Bronze Award:
ON need 30 different cantons, other EU need 20, all others 10. Silver award requirements:
|The award may be
earned using HF or VHF contacts, but not mixed using HF and VHF. All modes OK.
Endorsements for single mode or mixed. No use of repeaters. Contest QSOs OK. Belgians must submit
cards. GCR accepted for all others, although photocopies of cards may be sent
in. For Bronze, Silver or Gold levels, the fee for European stations is 10E and
2 IRC. For all others, the fee is 10E, $US11 and 3 IRC. Fee for the platinum
level plaque is 25E + 4 IRC for all Europeans and 25E, $US27 + 6 IRCs. Apply to:
Daniel VANDEWALLE ON7VZ, Mazenque 25 B-7866 Ollignies, Belgium. Internet: Http://ibelgique.ifrance.com/dcb_dho/ Tks ON7VZ 4/2003
City Of The Playing Cards
Available to all licensed radio amateurs & SWLs for contacting Belgian stations with the following postal codes after 31 December 2001. All modes OK, except repeaters or packet radio.
2300 (TURNHOUT) = 10 points
23xx = 5 points
2275, 2460 and 2470 = 1 point
(The Carta Mundi company is located in Turnhout, Belgium, a world center of playing card production for more than 250 years. This one company has a capacity to produce 180,000,000 decks of cards per year.) The things you learn from ham radio awards.
Belgian stations need 70 points, European stations need 50, all others 30. May be endorsed for either multi_band or Single band. GCR list and fee of $US5 or 5 verified by two (2) licensed Amateurs must be send to: BAUWERAERTS FRANCIS, LOKERENSTRAAT 110/5, B_2300 TURNHOUT BELGIUM
European Community Award
Issued by the European Community to publicize the objectives of its member countries. The basic requirement consists in working 225 different stations from the member countries. The countries and associated prefixes are as follows:
|Austria OE||Belgium ON||Denmark OZ||Finland OH/OJ0|
|France F/TK||Germany DL||Greece SV/SV5/SV9/SY||Ireland EI|
|Italy I/IS/IT||Luxembourg LX||Netherlands PA||Portugal CT/CU starting 1-1-95|
|Spain EA/EA6||UK G/GD/GI/GJ/GM/GU/GW/ZB2||Sweden SM|
There are two ways to log 15 x 15 different stations, either in CW, SSB or Mixed. No mode restriction or endorsement.
1. Outside UBA contests: Work or log 225 different stations from the EC member countries, with at least 6 different stations from each of the fifteen member countries. No more than 30 stations from a single country can be used to reach the 225 contacts.
2. During the UBA contest: Work or log 225 different stations from EC member countries. At least two different stations from each of the fifteen E.C. countries are required. No more than 35 stations from a single EC country may be used.
All contacts should be logged during the UBA contests from up to 4 consecutive years, starting not earlier than 1994. Only QSO's from UBA contests for which a log was submitted to the contest manager within the stated contest time limit may be considered. A missing LX or SV QSO during the contests may be replaced by 3 other stations from the same country outside the contest.
Joker - a contact with OR5EEC, club station of the EC in Brussels may be used to replace a maximum of 3 missing contacts.
GCR list and copies of all referenced contest logs if using this method. The fee for non contest mode applications is 7 or $US7. Contest mode applications fee is 5 or $US5. Apply to: UBA HF Awards Department, Egbert Hertsen ON4CAS, Postbus 85, Mechelen 2, B-2800 Mechelen, Belgium.
Club Francophone Telegraphist (CFT) Award
Contact members of the CFT, a Belgian group of French speaking CW enthusiasts. Contact at least 10 members using CW mode. GCR list and fee of 5E or 5 IRCs to: Club Francophone Telegraphiste, Rue Neuve 124, B-6061 Charleroi, Hainaut, Belgium.
Member list on web site: http://www.on5cft.be/membres-cft.html
Contact stations in the province of Limburg after 1 Jan 1980. SWL OK. Each station may be worked only once for the award, except ON4ANL. All bands and modes. ON stations need 30 points; other Europeans need 20; all others need 10. Each station in the province of Limburg = 1 point on HF and 2 on VHF or higher. Club station ON4ANL = 6 points. Limburg province stations may be identified by postal codes from 3500 to 3999. GCR list and 10 or $US10 to: Willy van Uystel ON2ACN, Maneshoeve 21, B-2440 Geel, Belgium.
Contact members of the Mechelen division of the UBA after 1 Oct 1981. SWL members also count. Available in 2 classes: Class 1 - Belgians need 15 points, other EU 7, all others 5. Class 2 - Belgians need 10, other EU 5 and all others 3. No band restrictions. Each station may be contacted once. Point values: FM = 1, SSB = 2, other modes = 3. Belgians must include at least 8 MCL members for Class 1 and at least 5 for Class 2. MCL club stations ON4MCL and ONL-486 count 1 point extra in each mode. Member list from sponsor or K1BV for SASE. If contacts are made during the annual ON contest, log extract will be accepted. GCR OK. Fee for Class 1 = 7 or $US7. Fee for Class 2 = 5 or $US5 . Apply to Egbert Hertsen ON4CAS, Postbus 85, Mechelen 2, B-2800 Mechelen, Belgium.
Castles of the Province of Namur Award
The Radio Club de Durnal (CRD) sponsors this award for contacting 10 different castles in the province of Namur. SWL OK. All bands and modes. No QSLs required. Send log extract and fee of 10 to Club Radio de Durnal, Rue Thomas 10, B-5530 Durnal, Belgium.
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Webpage (in French) : http://www.crd.uba.be/crdd.htm
Listing of all valid castles is on the WWW site.
Contact or hear members of this group. Cards will be marked "Member NOK". Points needed: ON = 50, other Europe = 40, all others = 30. Each contact with member worth 10 points, other Belgians = 1. SWL OK. No band or mode limitations. GCR list and fee of 3.78, $4US or 5 IRCs to Marcel Sterkens ON4ASW, Moerenweg 6, B-2310 Rijkevorsel, Belgium.
ON-Fauna Flora Awards
Contact Nature Parks and Preserves of Belgium. The award is free of charge and certificates will only be delivered via e-mail in the form of a JPEG file which may be printed by the station earning the award.
Class 3 - Bronze. Confirm contacts with at least 10 different ONFF
Class 2 - Silver. 25 different ONFF references.
Class 1 - Gold. 50 different ONFF references.
All of the contacts have to be confirmed by using the EW4DX log search
SWLs must log 10/25 or 50 QSOs made with 10/25 or 50 different ONFF references.
A separate award is offered to activators who activate 10 different ONFF references.
This site includes a complete list of 131 Belgian parks and preserves that are valid for the awards.
Tks OH3GZ 9/20/10
Work members of the ON6RM Club. HF/VHF, 20 points are needed. Any station from Hainant province counts 1 point; members of ON6RM = 2 points and club station ON6RM counts 5 points. ON SSTV, 50 points are needed. Each DXCC station counts for 2 points, ON6RM member = 5 and the clubstation = 10. ATV 432 = 25 points, ATV 1255 = 35 points. Satellite: 30 points needed. Each DXCC station counts 1 point, ON6M member 5 and the clubstation 10. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of 8 or $US10 to: Claude Deman ON4CN, Pave de Warquignies 119, 7340 Colfontaime, Belgium.
ON8SUB Award (Added 2/2010 - was accidently left out of online Directory)
The Club station of the UBA section ONZ which is affiliated with the Belgian Maritime Amateur Radio Society offers an award for making just one contact with the station ON8SUB located on board the museum ship submarine "BMARS 003). SWL OK. All bands and modes. Send a log extract with fee of 10, $US12 or 12 IRCs to: Award Manager Rudy de Voss, ON4AGV, Blauwvoetlaan 27, B-8301 Knokke-Heist, Belgium. de Voss, ON4AGV, Blauwvoetlaan 27, B-8301 Knokke-Heist, Belgium.
Make one contact with special club call OR0OST, OR0OST/SUB/ or OR0OST/LGT on any band or mode. SWL OK. No repeater.
Send log extract to the custodian. The award is free of charge, and will be sent to you as a digital image file.
(Chg 1/2017) [Tks info from EB3WH]
OSA Award (Rewrite 5/12)
Available to all OM's and SWL's.who make contact with the club station ON4OSA or other special calls it may be using at the time. (For example: ON4OSA,ON9BD,ON70REDSTAR)
All modes and bands may be used, however contacts via repeaters are not acceptable. Contacts on or after January 1 2008.
EU and ON stations : 10 qso's.
DX stations : 5 qso's.
Send log extract and
EU and ON stations : 5 euro.(no IRCs pls)
DX stations : 10 us Dollars (no IRCs pls)
Apply to ON4OSA-Clubstation, c.o. De Bruyn G, Jozef Cuyverstraat 44, B-2610 Wilrijk, Belgium.
Sponsored by the P.R.A.C., section Pajottenland of the V.R.A. to help publicize their region and club. Contact radio amateurs living within the area of the "Pajottenland", (members of the club or non-members) and radioamateurs who are member of P.R.A.C. but NOT currently living in the "Pajottenland".
The Pajottenland is a part of the Flemish Brabant province which is located west of the Brussels Capital Region. The Pajottenland is predominantly farmland, with occasional gently rolling hills. The area has historically provided food and drink for the citizens of Brussels, especially Lambic beers, which are only produced here and in the Senne valley where Brussels is located.
Stations located in the "Pajottenland" can be recognised with the
following (26) postal codes:
1540 1541 - 1547 1570 1600 1601 1602 - 1670 1671 1673 1674 - 1700 1701 1702 1703 - 1730 1731 1740 1741 1742 - 1750 - 1755 1760 1761 - 1770 1790.
You may also refer to the list of existing and valid calls on the website
Contacts may be made using all bands, all modes. All contacts made on or after January, 1, 2011, are valid, to be made with different radio amateurs.
To qualify for the award, following conditions must be met:
ON and ON(V)L: 20 points
European stations : 15 points
DX stations : 10 points
Member P.R.A.C., living in the Pajottenland = 5 points
Clubstations: ON4PRA, ON4VRA = 5 points
Member P.R.A.C., but NOT currently living in the Pajottenland = 3 points
Non member P.R.A.C., living in the Pajottenland = 2 points
Please use the application form shown on their website. Send to the P.R.A.C. Award Manager: Eddy Van Campenhout, ON4CCK, Oudenhove 17, B-1840 Londerzeel. Belgium.
The price for the Pajottenland Award is 15,00, shipping cost in Europe inclusive; and 20,00 for countries outside Europe. This amount has to be paid on the account number 734-1761488-74 of P.R.A.C. with the mentioning "Award" + your call. A copy of the money transfer deposit slip must be attached to the application form.
A current list of call signs for P.R.A.C. members follows below:
Members P.R.A.C., living in the
Pajottenland: (= 5 points each)
ON1AOX ON3APS ON3DCT ON3LVB ON3MIF ON4AFB ON4ANN ON4CAJ ON4CCV ON4DKP ON5CIZ ON6FP ON7ABG ON7CI ON7HPE ON7XM Special: ON6ZJ (SK) still counts for 5 points.
P.R.A.C. Clubstations (= 5 points each)
Members P.R.A.C., NOT currently living in the
Pajottenland: (= 3 points
ON1AQU ON2LDC ON2LVC ON3AGX ON3AJE ON3AMC ON3AS ON3BL ON3DBC ON3HB ON3HN ON3KTS ON3LH ON3MCL ON3RBJ ON3RVL ON3VU ON3WAG ON3WST ON4AKO ON4CCK ON4CHK ON4CJR ON4CRM ON4DAS ON4DTO ON4LM ON4RL ON4TOM ON4WVK ON5CE ON5PB ON5PDV ON6QB ON6SN ON6VI ON7CQ ON7DVJ ON7GZ ON7WN ON7YQ ON8CW ON9BGK
Tks PA3CUZ 5/1/12
This award commemorates the sacrifices endured by all sides in the battle of Passchendaele which formed the last part of the third battle of Ypres (July 31-Nov 10). The radio club Zuid West Vlaamse (VZW) is active each year during the dates mentioned above and identify themselves by calling "CQ REMEMBER" on all bands. Each QSO with a member = 1 point, ON4AZW and ON4AVV = 3 extra points. A special QSL is used also. Belgians need 10 points, other EU 5, rest of world = 3. The award is a large (12" x 17.5") multicolored certificate with photos and art work. GCR list and fee of 12, $US12 or 12 IRCs to ZWVRAC V.Z.W., Passendaelestraat 109, B-8980 Passendale, Belgium.
Hercule Poirot Award
The Belgian division of IPARC (International Police ARC) issues this award for contacting club station ON4IPA (/ON4IPA also qualifies) and 2 different members. No mode restrictions. SWL OK. Contacts after 1 Jan 1984 are valid. GCR list and fee of 10 or $US10 to: Eddy West ON6ZV, Kweepeerstraat 16, B-9940 Evergem, Belgium.
ON1ABD ACT ASE ATU AWD BEI BPJ CBU DIH FY KF KJH KTK KXY LG LP LJF
ON4AAR AJO AJV APJ CJT CLL FW KL KMS PJ WP YP ZR
ON5EU JJ NH PC WY NO
ON6AD BG DG PE SF TF TZ VM ZV WR
ON7CZ JN MJ RZ SX TK.
Tall ships Award
Make 10 QSOs with members from at least 3 different clubs: BMARS, RNARS, MARAC, ANARS, MF, INORC, FNARS and YO-MARc or MFC plus one qso with one of the following club stations: ON4BRN, OR0OST, OE6XMF, OH1AJ OI1AXA, PI4MRC, PI5KOM, PI5DD, PI6MRC, PA6MLD, PA6SDH, R2MWO, DL0MF, DL0MFH, DL0MFG, DL0MFS, DL0SWA, DL0MFL, DL0MFE, DL0MFB, DL0DAU, DF0MV, DL0MFF, DA0GF, DK0DW, DL0MFK, DL0MFW, DL0SMD, DL0MFM, VK1SEA, VK2SEA, VK3SEA, VK5SEA, VK6SEA, VK7SEA, ZL1SEA, GB2RN, GB3RN or GB2PLY.
The Tall Ships Award is available to licensed amateurs and SWL. Send log extract including date, time, call, mode, rst, maritime number such as BMARS001 or RNARS001 signed by 2 licensed amateur stations. Modes: CW, SSB, FM or mixed. All bands including WARC.
Fee is 10 , 12$ or 12 IRC to: Award Manager Rudy, ON4AGV, Blauwvoetlaan 27, B-8301 Knokke-Heist, Belgium..
TOR Award 2000
This nice diploma is offered by the local UBA - Section of TOURNAI. To obtain this diploma you need to contact or to listen to 22 different ON _ stations with the last character of the callsign forming the following sentence: "TOR SECTION UBA DE TOURNAI". All contacts made after January 1st,2000 are valid in CW,SSB and/or FM. QSOs via relay and digital modes are not permitted. Send GCR list and fee of 5, 7 IRC or $US7 to: Valιrie Boucher (ON4LBG), 160 Grand Route, B-7530 Gaurain, Belgium
U.B.A. Vrienden Award
Contact the net control station ON4UVW (West Flanders Fields) of this 80 meter net at least 15 times. The net meets on 3.744 Mhz LSB 7:30 AM until 11:00 AM GMT. SWL OK. GCR list and fee of 3 or 3 IRCs to the award manager: L Noel Schillewaert ON4CHL, Guido Gezellelaan 115, B-8210 Loppem, Belgium.
Worked all Waasland
The WLD-Award is issued by one of the Oldest Radio Clubs in Belgium to promote contact between members and amateurs/SWLs in general and to promote greater awareness of the Waasland region of Belgium.
1. QSO with WLD-members = 1point.
2. QSO/SWL with a portable WLD-station = 2 extra points
3. QSO/SWL with a xyl member = 1 extra point
4. QSO /SWL with a WLD-station outside Belgium = 2 extra points
(These points are cumulative, for example : a QSO with a portable XYL-station on holiday outside Belgium is worth = 6 points.)
Europeans need 20 points. (One contact with ON6WL/ON60WLD is mandatory).
All others need 15.
Each WLD-member may be worked or heard only once per band. Member list is available on their Web site. All modes OK. No use of repeaters. Contacts must be made on or after December 31 2005. The use of an official application (available on their web site or requested from the custodian) is needed. . The fee is 10E or $US15. Complete the application and send to: ON5JE Willy "Bill" Broucke ON5JE, Julius Peestraat 12, 9160 LOKEREN, BELGIUM
The award is a multicolored modern design showing the coats of arms off the different regional communities of Waasland.
Diplome de Wallonie
Contact stations located in the Belgian region of Wallonie. This includes the provinces of Namur, Luxembourg, Hainaut and Brabant Wallon. Contacts after 1 Oct 1980, except contacts with new province of Brabant Wallon must be after 1 Jan 1995. Before that date, only contacts with French speaking part of Brabant are valid. Brussels QSOs are not good.
Non-Europeans need 5, EU 10 and ONs need 15 different stations. All of the provinces do NOT have to be included. GCR list and fee of 5 or $US 7 or 7 IRCs, to: Pierre Aubry ON6GB, Rue des Champs 3, B-5030 Gembloux, Belgium.
(Award still listed on website 2/5/14)
DX and SWL earn 3 points working member stations of TRA (Torhout R.C.) after 12 May 1979. Each member = 1 point, club station ON7TR = 2. GCR list and 2 or $US2 to: Vercruysse Leon ON4AYQ, Berkenstraat 17, B-8820 Torhout, Belgium.
ON1AKI CFK CFR
ON3AAC AIX AJ AV EV EQ IC JD JLA TDS TMG WIL
ON4ADI AEW ANE APU ASG AVO CEZ CGX CJ DBI DCM IR TO VC WY YP
ON5ABK JDB LP TOM VG WAB
ON6CQ DG EO IZ UY PV
ON7AS CFZ CHV CN EQ JA LX LZP RD TK TR UC XV
Worked Active Bruges Amateur Stations "WABAS" award (Rewritten 2/9/14)
Contact stations in Bruges on or after 1 January 1983. 15 points are needed. 15 NO REPEATERS
a. All members of OSB/UBA = 1 point
b. Clubstation ON6BR = 5 points
c. Every answered QSL from a Bruges SWL will double the points of this QSO.
d. All stations may be contacted once a month Points per month may be added Same rules for SWL's
No QSLs are needed. Only a log extract verified by two other amateur stations.
Award fee is 10 IRC or 5 EUR.
European stations may pay be Bankaccount: 475-2013271-52 of Verob Brugge B-8000 Brugge.
Apply to: Frans Descan, ON4ASF, Fort Zevenbergen 55 B-8000 ST. ANDRIES (BRUGGE), Belgium.
Valid call signs : ON1DCA; ON1DGH; ON1DV; ON1JL; ON1OK; ON3BN; ON3BPL; ON3DV; ON3LAA ON3VKG; ON4ACH; ON4AEY; ON4AGY; ON4ALH; ON4AQB; ON4ARL; ON4ASD; ON4ASF; ON4AUP; ON4CAP; ON4CCW; ON4CIC; ON4CKL; ON4CKS; ON4DON; ON4DRE; ON4DSF; ON4DTK; ON4DVM; ON4NA; ON4NS; ON4TST; ON4TT; ON5APW; ON5AR; ON5CEB; ON5EJ; ON5IG; ON5JVR; ON5KG; ON5LO; ON5RA; ON5SM; ON5TO; ON6BR - ON60OSB(Club station) ; ON6BVK; ON6GD; ON6HO; ON6JA; ON6JN; ON6VDV; ON6ZR; ON7ATV; ON7BS; ON7BT; ON7CA; ON7FV; ON7HW; ON7IN; ON7KV; ON7RX; ON7XN;ON3LAA
Zelzaatse Award REWRITTEN.
Contact members (SWL OK) to earn a
beautiful 6 color award. Requirement: earn 10 points. Contacts with
club members who use ON-OT prefix call sign using all bands and modes. No
use of repeater QSOs, however.
a. each member station = 2 points.
b. each received SWL card from a club member = 3 pointrs.
c. Club station ON7ZT = 4 points.
d. Special call ON50ZLZ worked during the period 1/1/98 to 31/12/98 = 6 points.
e. Special call OT0CQ worked during the period 1/5/00 to 31/5/00 = 6 points.
f. Special call ON60Z worked during the period 1/9/04 to 30/11/04 = 6 points.
Send log extract and fee of 6 or $US7 to either of:
a. Elyn Patrick ON6AT, Krijgslaan 7, B-9890 Gavere, Belgium. (Club QSL Mgr.)
b. Elyn Alfons ON2TT, Elie Zwissiglaan 12, B-9060 Zelzate, Belgium. (Award Manager)
ON1: ARY AET BBI BDU BMI BSY BQS DDT DET DHA DHP DPA.
ON2: ABT AIC TT WAC.
ON3: TT WAC
ON4: ADR AET APG ABV CFJ CIN CIQ CKT GKZ.
ON5: AB FY SO ON50ZLZ.
ON6: AT ERS NA QN UE VF ON60Z.
ON7: AC JC KK LB MQ MX QC ZT.
SWL-ONL: 1407 2309 3352 3450 3572 6975 7221 7563 8233 9711 9751 10120 10280 10402..
SPECIAL CALLS: ON50ZLZ OT0CQ ON60Z.
Tks ON6AT 2/25/14