CANARY ISLANDS, CHILE, CHINA
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Worked All Canary Islands
Sponsored by the "Grand Canaria DX Group" to any amateur or SWL who provides proof of contact or reception with the Canary Islands. The award is offered in two classes: Basic and Extra, and in 5 categories for mode, for a possible ten awards.
Basic: contact or hear the seven major Canary Islands: El Hierro, Fuerteventura, Gran Canaria, La Gomera, La Palma, Lanzarote and Tenerife.
Extra: contact the seven islands listed above plus an additional seven islands, islets or rocks, on which there is no permanent amateur radio population, and which appear in the official listing of the Spanish "DIE" award program (Diploma Islas Espanolas, http://www.ea5ol.net/die/ . These are identified in the "S-###" reference section with either "GC" (Gran Canaria) or "TF" (Tenerife) as the province and "AF-004" as the IOTA number.
The award in either category can be requested for the following five modes: CW, SSB, FM, Digital (RTTY, SSTV, BPSK31) or mixed modes. All bands and modes, no date restrictions. Send a list including call sign, name of island, band and mode. Include scans or photocopies of the cards. You may also send scans of the cards by e-mail directly to the Gran Canaria DX Group at email@example.com . Fee for each award is 5€, $US15 or 7 IRCs. Apply to: W.A.C.I. Award Manager, PO Box 54, E-35080 Las Palmas de G.C., SPAIN.
CANARY ISLANDS Diploma Municipalities of Las Palmas (WFPD)
The Spain EA DX Group and members of EA8RKL Orobal offer this award for
contacting diploma, municipalities of Las Palmas. The rules for the award follow:
1) the award may be earned by all amateurs in possession of an official license, making contacts starting from Aprili 24, 2014 with and bands and modes with the exception of EchoLink and Repeaters.
2) Activating stations must operate from the particular municipality as portable, mobile, or fixed base stations.
3) The maximum number of municipalities activated is limited to two daily.
4) For the validity of the activity to be recognized, the operators must send a list of contacts within 15 days, portable and mobile stations should supply an image of the expedition in the municipality.
4) Applicants need to contact all 34 Municipalities (GOLD membership) in the province.
5) Activators shall be entitled to free diploma.
6) Applicants who submit false contact information will be disqualified..
The certificate must be requested by e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org or traditional mail to: EA8RKL, Apartado Correos No. 111, 35400 - Arucas, Gran Canaria.
WIKIPEDIA List of the Municipalities may be found at: :
Tks K1BV Research 11/25/15
--- Federachi Series ---
General Requirements: Federachi stands for "Federacion de Clubes de Radioaficionados de Chile". GCR by any official Radio Club in your country is accepted. SWL OK. Apply to: Award Manager de Federachi, CE2WFF Rodolfo Arias, Diplomas y Concursos de Federachi Casilla 9570, Correo 21 Santiago, Chile.
Diploma CE Award (REWRITTEN)
Contact Chilean stations after 15 February 2004.
CE 100 diploma for 100 different CE stations.
CE 200 diploma for 200 different CE stations.
CE 300 diploma for 300 different CE stations.
All HF bands may be used .
Modes of SSB, CW, FM and AM OK. No contacts on VHF/UHF.
Fee per award for CE stations is $US5 and all others $US10.
Zone 12 Counties Award (Diploma Comunas Zona 12)
Contact Chilean stations in at least 100 different CE counties after 28 June 1987. Bands 3,5 Mhz, 7 Mhz, 14 Mhz, 21 Mhz and 28 Mhz. Contacts OK after 28 June 1987.
This is a large (over one Kilogram) plaque made of wood, pottery and metal. Sponsor suggests you send an additional 10% of the counties to adjust for non-qualifying contacts). The stations registered address will be used in determining the official county. Additional copper stickers are available as endorsements showing your progress up to the 330 counties mark.
Endorsements: A50 B50
-- for additional 50 counties each.
A25 B25 -- for additional 25 counties each.
A10 to E10 - for additional 10 counties each.
A5 to F5 --- for additional 5 counties each.
For the basic award, send alphabetical list, plus QSLs and for CE members Clubes Federados US$ 10, other CE $US 20 and all others $US 30. Each endorsement (15 in total) will be issued after verified submission of alphabetical list plus QSLs and a fee of $US 6.
Zone list http://www.federachi.cl/index.php/concursos/20-listado-comunas
Chilean Island Award
Contact Chilean Islands and earn 70 points (CE stations need 120) from the following schedule:
A. Chilean islands that count for DXCC countries such as CE0A Easter Island, CE0Z Juan Fernandez Archipelago or CE0X San Felix = 10 points.
B. Chilean Islands which count for IOTA = 5 points (different island in an archipelago with same IOTA reference count as different islands. Chiloe Island, Quinchao Island, is in the same archipelago SA_018, but different ICE reference)
C. Other islands = 3 point
Send a list of QSOs plus the QSLs. The fee for the award is 4 IRC or U$2 plus extra for return the QSLs. All contacts must be made with a licensed amateur radio operator/station since 01 January 1980 and all amateur bands from 6 to 160 meters will count. All modes OK. The WARC bands of 12, 17 may also be used. Contacts with land mobile stations on islands are permitted; however, contacts with maritime mobile stations near islands do NOT count. Contacts with ships in a harbor are valid ONLY if one or more essential parts of a station such as the transceiver, antenna, or power supply are shown to have been on shore on the island for the QSO. Endorsements available for each additional 20, 25, 30 and 50 points. Special Plaque for any station who makes 70 points on the same band on the same mode or confirm QSOs with 60% of island shown in this list. Apply to: Award Manager, Marco A. Quijada, P.O.Box 1234, Temuco, Chile.
Tks CE6TBN 2/02
Isl of CE Reference Name of Island Reference Number
|Reference #||Name||IOTA reference||Reference #||Name||IOTA reference|
|ICE001||Isle de Pasco CE0Y||SA-001||ICE704||Isla Ascencion||SA-043|
|ICE002||Isle Sales y Games CE0Y||SA-083||ICE705||Isla Huincha||SA-064|
|ICE003||Isle San Ambrosio CE0X||SA-013||ICE706||Isla San Pedro||SA-053|
|ICE004||Isla Robinson Crusoe CE0Z||SA-005||ICE707||Isla Tranqui||SA-018|
|ICE005||Isla Alenjandro Selkirk CE0Z||SA-005||ICE708||Isla Puluqui||SA-018|
|ICE006||Isla San Felix CE0X||SA-013||ICE709||Isla Quenac||SA-018|
|ICE101||Isla Santa Maria||SA-069||ICE710||Isla Talcan||SA-018|
|ICE102||Isla Pan de Azucar||SA-085||ICE711||Isla Caguache||SA-018|
|ICE103||Isla Channaral||SA-085||ICE712||Isla Guaiteca||SA-043|
|ICE104||Isla Grande||SA-085||ICE801||Isla Wollaston||SA-031|
|ICE201||Isla Damas||SA-086||ICE802||Isla Wellington||SA-032|
|ICE202||Isla Choros||SA-086||ICE803||Isla Tierra del Fuego||SA-008|
|ICE203||Isla Gaviota||SA-086||ICE804||Isla Riesco||SA-091|
|ICE501||Isla Quiriquina||SA-070||ICE901||Isla Navarino||SA-050|
|ICE502||Isla Santa Maria||SA-070||ICE902||Isla Nueva||SA-050|
|ICE601||Isla Mocha||SA-061||ICE903||Isla Picton||SA-050|
|ICE701||Isla Grande de Chiloe||SA-018||ICE904||Isla Lenox||SA-050|
|ICE702||Isla Quinchao||SA-018||ICE905||Islas Rey Jorge (King George)||AN-010|
Galvano Damas Chilenas Diploma (NEW 2014)
Contact 20 CE YL stations on or after 1 November 2003. YL stations need 19 QSOs, SWL stations 15 and YL SWL stations 14 CE YL’s. Fee for CE members of the Clubes Federados is $US10, other CE stations, $US15, SWL $US10 and all others US$ 20.
Diploma Faros Chilenos (NEW 2014)
Sponsored by the
Chilean Federation of Amateur Radio Club de Chile (Federachi) for contacts with
stations operating in the vicinity or on the premises of Chilean Lighthouses
after 1January 2004.
20 Lighthouses of Chili are needed for the basic award and there are endorsements for each group of 10 additional lighthouses.
Fee for CE members of the Clubes Federados $US5 and all others $US10.
List of Chilean Lighthouses:
MOLO DE ABRIGO ARICA / CHI 058 23°39'S 70°24'W
CONCORDIA DIRECTIONAL CHI 101 18°20'S 70°22'W
ARICA BREAKWATER HEAD CHI 059 18°28'S 70°20'W
BAHÍA FÉLIX CHI 003 52°57'S 74°04'W
BAHIA GREGG CHI 033 51°50'S 73°51'W
BAHIA PORVENIR (Strait of Magellan) CHI 034 53°19'S 70°28'W
BANCO BELEN CHI 035 36°42'S 73°05'W
CABEZO MUELLE PRAT (Strait of Magellan) CHI 078 53°10'S 70°54'W
CABO CARRANZA CHI 005 35°35'S 72°37'W
CABO DE HORNOS (Cape Horn) CHI 006 55°59'S 67°16'W
CABO ESPÍRITU SANTO CHI 007 52°40'S 68°36'W
CABO POSESION (Strait of Magellan) CHI 036 52°18'S 68°28'W
CABO QUEDAL CHI 008 40°59'S 73°56'W
CABO RAPER CHI 009 46°50'S 75.637W
CABO SAN ISIDRO CHI 010 53°48'S 71°12'W
CALETA ARDLEY CHI 004 62°11'S 58°55'W
CALETA COLOSO CHI 037 23°45'S 70°28'W
CERRO CONO (Strait of Magellan) CHI 038 52°40'S 70°23'W
COFRADÍA NÁUTICA CHI 079 33°22'S 71°42'W
CONCORDIA DIRECTIONAL /ARICA CHI 101 18°20'S 70°22'W
CONDELL / PUNTA GRUESA CHI 069 20°22'S 70°11'W
MOLO DE ABRIGO/ ANTOFAGASTA HUASCO CHI 058 23°39'S 70°24'W
IQUIQUE SOUTH BREAKWATER CHI 082 20°12'S 70°10'W
ISLA AUCHILU CHI 039 45°20'S 74°34'W
ISLA BARLOVENTO CHI 040 54°56'S 67°20'W
ISLA BONDUCA CHI 041 50°56'S 74°17'W
ISLA BURNT CHI 083 54°44'S 71°16'W
ISLA CHANARAL CHI 042 29°02'S 71°35'W
ISLA CHAULINEC CHI 084 42°39'S 73°15'W
ISLA CUTLER CHI 085 52°15'S 73°39'W
ISLA GODDARD CHI 019 55°04'S 70°09'W
ISLA GONZALO O DIEGO RAMIREZ CHI 020 56°31'S 68°42'W
ISLA GUAFO CHI 021 43°34'S 74°49'W
HORNOS / MONUMENTAL CABO DE HORNOS CHI 030 55°58'S 67°13'W
ISLA INOCENTES CHI 086 50°33'S 74°50'W
ISLA M. RODRIGUEZ CHI 023 52°45'S 73°48'W
ISLA MAGDALENA (Strait of Magellan) CHI 031 52°55'S 70°35'W
ISLA MASON CHI 043 49°39'S 74°21'W
ISLA MEDIO CHI 044 50°06'S 74°48'W
ISLA MOCHA CHI 024 38°22'S 73°55'W
ISLA QUEÑA CHI 087 51°49'S 73°42'W
ISLA QUEULLIN CHI 045 41°53'S 72°57'E
ISLA QUIRIQUINA CHI 025 36°37'S 73°02'W
ISLA ROBINSON CRUSOE CHI 046 33°37'S 78°50'W
ISLA RUPERT (Strait of Magellan) CHI 047 53°39'S 72°12'W
ISLA SAN PEDRO CHI 026 47°45'S 74°53'W
ISLA SANTA MARÍA CHI 027 3 7°00'S 73°32'W
ISLA STATFORD CHI 048 50°12'S 74°48'W
ISLA TABON CHI 049 41°55'S 73°10'W
ISLA VIVIAN (Strait of Magellan) CHI 050 53°09'S 71°50'W
ISLAS CLAVEL (Strait of Magellan) CHI 051 54°25'S 72°00'W
ISLOTE BLANCO CHI 052 22°06'S 70°13'W
ISLOTE CAYO BLANCO CHI 053 44°47'S 73°32'W
ISLOTE COHORN CHI 011 53°33'S 72°20'W
ISLOTE DIRECCION CHI 054 48°42'S 74°26'W
ISLOTE EVANGELISTAS CHI 017 52°23'S 75°05'W
ISLOTE FAIRWAY (Strait of Magellan) CHI 055 52°44'S 73°47'W
ISLOTE LOCOS CHI 056 43°59'S 73°27'W
ISLOTE POLLO CHI 088 52°23'S 73°41'W
LA CONCORDIA CHI 057 18°21'S 70°22'W
MONUMENTAL CABO DE HORNOS / ISLA HORNOS CHI 030 55°58'S 67°13'W
MONUMENTAL CHAÑARAL CHI 090 26°21'S 70°38'W
MONUMENTAL LA SERENA CHI 002 29°54'S 71°17'W
MORRO NIEBLA II CHI 060 39°52'S 73°24'W
MUELLE POLICARPO TORO CHI 091 33°35'S 71°37'W
MUELLE PUERTO CORONEL CHI 092 37°02'S 73°09'W
ALACRAN CHI 061 18°29'S 70°20'W
PENÍNSULA BRECKNOCK (Strait of Magellan) CHI 093 54°38'S 71°45'W
PENÍNSULA GUACOLDA CHI 094 28°28'S 71°15'W
PENÍNSULA LOS MOLLES CHI 022 32°46'S 71°32'W
PENÍNSULA SERRANO CHI 095 20°12'S 70°10'W
PUERTO EDEN CHI 032 48°58'S 74°32'W
PUERTO SAN ANTONIO / PUNTA PANUL CHI 073 33°34'S 71°38'W
PUNTA ACHURRA CHI 062 26°18'S 70°41'W
PUNTA ANGAMOS CHI 096 23°02'S 70°31'W
PUNTA ÁNGELES CHI 001 33°01'S 71°37'W
PUNTA ARENAS (Strait of Magellan) CHI 063 53°07'S 70°54'W
PUNTA BAXA (Strait of Magellan) CHI 064 52°36'S 69°36'W
PUNTA CALDERA CHI 065 27°03'S 70°52'W
PUNTA CHULAO CHI 066 42°19'W 72°50'W
PUNTA CONCON CHI 012 32°55'S 71°33'W
PUNTA CORK (Isla Brinkley) CHI 067 52°00'S 73°40'W
PUNTA CORONA CHI 013 41°43'S 73°53'W
PUNTA CURAUMILLAS CHI 014 33°06'S 71°44'W
PUNTA DELGADA (Strait of Magellan) CHI 015 52°30'S 69°34'W
PUNTA DUNGENESS (Strait of Magellan) CHI 016 52°25'S 68°26'W
PUNTA DUPRAT CHI 068 33°02'S 71°37'W
UNTA GALERA CHI 018 40°00'S 73°48'W
PUNTA GRUESA/ CONDELL CHI 069 20°22'S 70°11'W
PUNTA GUALPEN CHI 070 36°45'S 73°11'W
PUNTA LUTRIN CHI 071 37°06'S 73°10'W
PUNTA MOSTACILLA CHI 072 29°27'S 71°20'W
PUNTA OBSERVATORIO CHI 097 54°49'S 68°18'W
PUNTA PANUL / PUERTO SAN ANTONIO CHI 073 33°34'S 71°38'W
PUNTA PORPOISE CHI 074 50°44'S 74°31'W
PUNTA TETAS CHI 075 23°31'N 70°38'W
PUNTA TOPOCALMA CHI 076 34°09'S 72°01'W
PUNTA TORTUGA CHI 077 29°56'S 71°21'W
PUNTA TOTORALILLO CHI 028 30°05'S 71°22'W
PUNTA TUCAPEL CHI 029 37°40'S 73°40'W
PUNTA TUMBES CHI 099 36°37'S 73°07'W
--- Radio Club of Chile Series ---
General Requirements: GCR list, but must be certified by recognized club or national radio organization/IARU member society. Fee is shown with each award. .Apply to: Awards Manager, Radio Club of Chile, Casilla 13630, Santiago de Chile, Chile.
(Chgs per CE3PG 3/2005)
Worked All CE (WACE)
Contact CE stations in each of the 10 call areas. Fee for CE = $US5, all others $US10.
Republic of Chile Award
Contact any 16 Chilean stations from any call areas so as to form the phrase: REPUBLICA DE CHILE with the last letter of their call sign.
Worked All CE Provinces (WACEP)
Contact one station in each of the 50 provinces of Chile since 1 Jan 1974 using any HF bands. Endorsements available for single band or mode. GCR list and fee of 8 IRCs.
Worked All CE Administrative Regions (WACER)
Contact one station in each of the 13 administrative regions of Chile since 1 Jan 1974 using any HF bands. Endorsements available for single band or mode. GCR list and fee 8 IRCs.
Zone 12 Award
This is a handcrafted copper plate. Contact any 12 different CQ zones, making sure that one of them is Zone 12 in Chile. GCR list and fee of $US15 for CE and $US20 for all others.
Enrique Sazie Herrera Award
In memory of Enrique Sazie H. XQ3XX, a Chilean radio pioneer who founded the Radio Club of Chile in 1922. Contact 19 different stations to form the phrase "ENRIQUE SAZIE HERRERA" with any letter of the suffix, one of which must be CE3AA, the official radio club of Chile. Fee for CE is $US5, all others $US10.
Pablo Neruda Award
Sponsored by the Radio Club of Chile. This award honors Chilean poet and 1971 Nobel prize recipient Pablo Neruda (Neftali Reyes Basoalto). Contact stations as listed on HF using any band and mode, in countries and CE zones where Neruda lived and worked:
1. CE4, where the poet was born in 1904.
2. CE6, where he lived from 1906 to 1920
3. CE3, where he lived as an student from 1920 to 1926, and died in 1973
4. CE2, where his Isla Negra house is located.
5. XZ Birmania (Myanmar), Chilean consul, 1927
6. 4S Sri Lanka, consul in 1928
7. BD China, consul in 1929
8. YB Indonesia, consul in 1930
9. 9V Singapore, consul in 1931
10. LU Argentina, consul in Buenos Aires, 1933
11. EA Spain, Chilean consul in Barcelona from 1934 to 1936
12. F France, special consul for spanish inmigration to Chile 1937-1939, Ambassador in 1971
13. XE Mexico, chilean consul in Mexico city, 1940
14. I Italy, lived in Capri during his political exile, 1952
15. G England, Dr. Honoris Causa at Oxford University, 1965.
16. SM Sweden, where he received the Nobel prize in 1971.
Class 1: All the CE contacts (4) plus 8 more contacts from the list.
Class 2: All the CE contacts (4) plus 10 more contacts.
Class 3: All 16 contacts.
One missing contact may be replaced with CE3AA (Radio Club de Chile), a wildcard. Send GCR and 10 IRCs or US$15.- to: Galdino Besomi, CE3PG, POBox 13630, Santiago 8330996, CHILE.
Tks CE3PG 11/07
Railway Museum Diploma (Museo Ferroviario)
This Diploma Peremanente is organized by the Chilean Pacific Circle Dx CE3PCG and Radio Club Carabineros CE3ETE. This Diploma aims to recall the days of historic Railroads and their equipment kept on display with the Railroad Museum of Santiago. The award is available for all radio clubs , radio amateurs and SWLs that meet the following requirements:
1. Basic award: contact stations who operate from at least 30 locomotives,
during part of museum displays. These antique engines are listed on the website
and are activated on special occasions.
2. An engraved Plate is offered for contacting a total of 50 locomotives.
3. Both awards are given at no charge, and the on -line status of locomotives contacted by each participant will be checked by the sponsor before issuing the award/plaque.
4. Each Activation will be confirmed with a special QSL card will be issued for each locomotive. It can be requested from CE3ETE RADIO CLUB CARABINEROS DE CHILE P.O. BOX 50314, , CORREO CENTRAL SANTIAGO, CHILE.
5. The award shall be issued for contacts on or after April 6, 2013. All bands and modes OK.
Award Rules: http://www.cpdxg.cl/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=189&Itemid=106
Tks PA3CUZ 2/4/2014
REPROCHILE is a permanent award available to any licensed amateur. The objective of this award is to promote Chilean activity in HF bands. All HF bands may be used 160 to 10 meters. No VHF or UHF contacts may be used. The award may be earned using any combination of single/multi band or mode. All modes. Contacts are valid from November 16th 2004. To help with the record keeping, you might want to download the EXCEL spreadsheet on their website: www.ce1rkv.cl
“A” BRONZE CATEGORY:
Contact All Regions and
their Capitals´ (26
“B” SILVER CATEGORY: Contact All Provinces (51 contacts)
“C” GOLD CATEGORY: Contact All Regions and their capitals, all Provinces and Province capitals. (128 contacts)
You must contact
TWELVE REGIONS plus
b) You must contact all REGION CAPITALS.
c) You must contact ALL PROVINCES of each region plus Metropolitana Region.
d. You must contact all Province Capitals.
Contacts made a total of 128, each one must be presented with its Qsl card. One CAVANCHA HAM CLUB official station is required for the award. This contact should be used to replace any other contact needed from the First Region.
Contacts made with a single station may be applied for different categories of the award at the same time. They will be valid ONLY if contacts are made on different dates. If you make only one contact with this station, you must choose in what category you want this contact to use. e.g. If you contact with CE1XXX from Arica, you must indicate on the Application Log on what category you want to validate this contact as Region, Arica province, Capital province of Arica, etc. If you contact with the same station, CE1XXX, on different dates and you received one QSL for each contact, then you can show that station in the different categories.
Contacts made with the same station on multi band or single band on the same date WILL NOT be counted, except for a expedition, previously reported by Ham Dx bulletin and confirmed residence. This is the only case in which Multi band contacts will be valid. EXPEDITION LOGS: All expedition log must be sent separated by band and it should have at least 25 contacts with different stations on the most worked band and a minimum of 5 contacts with different stations on each of the other bands.
Any CE Ham that want to activate a Region, Region Capital, Province or Province Capital, must sent a copy of the log with the contacts made during the activation, proving their residence with any of these ways: Photographs of the place showing the activation group and a easy recognized part of the place, any bill from the place with the date of the activation, Carabineros´ certificate or any other certificate. This requisite is very important to validate any application of any other station that applied to this award.
The applications by contact category must be made in the following order:
CLASS A --- CLASS B --- CLASS C
If you want you can apply for two classes (A,B) or separately, but in any case you must get CLASS A first. Cards are also required together with the listing. These will be sent back with the certificate. The fees for this certificate are US $ 5.00 for any international station. QSLs cards must contain the minimum data required for any contact: CALL, DATE, UTC, BAND, RST, MODE (indicating on the qsl what Region, Capital or Province this station belongs)
Apply to: RADIO CLUB CAVANCHA, (Atención Comisión de Concursos y DX), Casilla # 700, IQUIQUE - CHILE.
E-mail: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Tks PA3CUZ 8/2005
--- Radio Club Talca Series ---
General requirements: Contacts after 14 June 1961. GCR acceptable. SWL OK. Fee for each award is 5 IRCs. Club members may be identified by a circular emblem surrounding a "dish" antenna and "Talca DX Group Member" at the bottom. Apply to Luis Loyola CE4BQO, Radio Club Talca, PO Box 666, Talca, Chile.
Talca DX Award
CE's need: 30 different CE stations as follows: 15 in Talca City (CE4), one qso with club station CE4TA, and the other 14 CE's must include a minimum of 6 CE call areas. All others need: 20 different CE stations as follows: 10 in Talca Province (CE4), one qso with CE4TA, 5 members of the Talca DX Group, and the remaining 4 stations should be in different CE call areas.
This award was created to serve as a memorial to Don Adalberto Brito Ruiz XQ4AD, a Chilean radio pioneer and founder of this club. (He was an active DX awards hunter as well.) Contact 18 CE stations in a minimum of 6 CE call areas, one of which must be a CE4. The last letter of each stations suffix must contain the necessary letters to spell out: ADALBERTO BRITO RUIZ. No band or mode restrictions. Special endorsements for: (1) all one band, (2) all cw, (3) all 10 CE call areas are represented, (4) all 10 CE areas including CE0A, CE0X, and CE0Z and (5) all YL CE's.
Galvano CE4JZS Award
A memorial award to Roberto Icaza Sepulvedaveda (Q.E.P.D.) CE4JZS. Contact 50 different DXCC countries after 4 August 1994. Endorsements each added 20 countries.
CE4EJH Aurelio Baeza Munoz Award
A memorial award to CE4EJH. Contact 33 CE stations in a minimum of 7 call areas; one must be the club station CE4TA and using any of the cards from the 32 other stations, spell the name AURELIO BAEZA MUNOZ with the last letter of their call signs. All bands and modes. Contacts after 28 August 1998.
Zone 12 Counties Award
Contact Chilean stations in at least 100 different CE counties after 28 June 1987. All HF bands OK. This is a large (over one Kilogram) plaque made of wood, pottery and metal. Sponsor suggests you send an additional 10% for non-qualifying contacts). The stations registered address will be used in determining the official county. Additional copper stickers are available as endorsements showing your progress up to the 330 counties mark.
Endorsements: A50 B50 -- for additional 50 counties each. A25 B25 -- for additional 25 counties each. A10 to E10 - for additional 10 counties each. A5 to F5 --- for additional 5 counties each.
For the basic award, send alphabetical list, plus QSLs and $US15 or 30 IRCs. Each endorsement (15 in total) will be issued after verified submission of alphabetical list plus QSLs and a fee of $US3 or 6 IRCs. Apply to Depto. DX y Concursos FEDERACHI, PO Box 1234, Temuco, Chile.
Zone List: http://www.qsl.net/ce6nes/Nrocom.htm
CHINA, Peoples Republic of
Chinese Radio Sports Association Award
Available to all licensed amateurs for making one contact with Chinese amateurs in each of the 0 to 9 call areas using any band. No time limitations. GCR list and fee of 20 RMB, $US3 or 4 IRC to: Chinese Radio Sports Association, P.O. Box 6106, Beijing 100061, P.R. CHINA .
( Chg 2/25/13)
China, Peoples Republic of
Worked All Chinese Provinces
(Very brief information was included in the rules for the new annual Work All Chinese Provinces contest, and among all the rules, mention was made that the award would also be available for normal contacts not associated with the contest. I will try to get better data from the sponsoring club.)
This award is sponsored by the Mulan DX Club. Amateurs who contact all 34 Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions and special administration regions outside of a contest, are eligible for a WAPC contact award by showing copies of QSL cards received. The WAP contact award fee is 88 yuan RMB.
List of Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions, and special administration regions(source: China National Standards series GB/T 2260-2007).
AH Anhui Sheng *1
HI Hainan Sheng
NX Ningxia Huizu Zizhiqu
4:special administration region.
5. China considers Taiwan its 23rd province
BS7 is in HI, BQ9 is in TW.
Internet: http://www.mulandxc.org .
Tks 425 DX News #1197, 2014