SAN MARINO, SARDINIA,  SCOTLAND, SENEGAL, SERBIA, SINGAPORE

Updated 5/14/2016

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SAN MARINO

San Marino Castles Award

This award may be earned by all hams or SWLs which have contacted/heard at least four station of San Marino Republic residents in the nine Castles on or after 1 Jan 2001. All modes and bands. No use of repeaters. A contact with T70A, is a wild card and may be used to substitute for any one needed station.  All that is needed is a log extract. Cards not needed. Apply to: Award Manager "Diploma of San Marino Castles", P.O. Box 77, 47890 San Marino City _ Republic of San Marino. The cost of the award is 8€ or $US15.  Endorsements are 3€ or $US5. 

Following Castles are valid for Award ACQUAVIVA, BORGO MAGGIORE, DOMAGNANO, CHIESANUOVA, FAETANO, FIORENTINO, MONTEGIARDINO, SERRAVALLE, SAN MARINO CITY.

Internet: www.arrsm.org/award-castelli-san-marino/ 

Chg 1/2016 


SARDINIA            5/14/16 - From information received from N7DR, award sponsor IS0OMH is Silent Key and award no longer is offered.

 Sardinia Award

Contact Sardinia (IS0 IM0 IW0) after 1 Jan 1993. Requirements:

District Italians Europeans Others
Cagliari (CA) 20 15 2
Sassari (SS) 17 10 At least 8 Sardinia and 2 must be from Cagliari District.
Nuoro (NU) 3 2

Same station may be contacted during same day on different bands at least one hour apart. SWL OK. All bands and modes, except repeaters. GCR list and fee of 18 IRCs, 8€ or $US10 to: Gabriele Mischi IS0OMH, PO Box 139, I-07046 Porto Torres (SS), Sardinia Isl., Italy. 

(Chg 6/03)


Sardinia In the World Award

Sponsored by Team Sardinia Radioamateurs in the World for contacting combinations of Sardinian provinces, Administrative Towns and Minor Islands on or after 1 April 2012. The award is available in the form of 3 separate paper certificates and one plaque. SWL OK. All bands OK and all modes including satellite and EME. However no use of repeaters or Echolink may be used.

Award

Provinces

Administrative Town

(Capital of province)

Minor Islands

1st - Plaque

8

8

10

2nd Saffron (Gold)

6

4

4

3rd Mythle (Silver)

4

2

1

4th Arbutus Berry (Bronze)

2

1

None

GCR list and fee of 10E for Europeans (payable by PayPal) or $US15 for all other countries.

The list of Administrative Towns is shown below.

Name of Province

Administrative Town (Capital)

Cagliari

Cagliari

Carbonia - Iglesias

Carbonia and Iglesias

Medio Campidano

Sanluri and Villacidro

Nuroo

Nuoro

Ogliastra

Lanusei and Tortoli

Olbia - Tempio

Olbia and Tempio Pausania

Oristano

Oristano

Sassari

Sassari

A list of all minor islands is found on their website. Apply to: Giorgio Laconi IZ3KVD, Via Marzabotto, 6, 31038 Paese - Treviso, Italy.

E-mail: info@iz3kvd.it
Internet: http://www.grsnm.jimdo.com

Tks QRZ.com 3/27/12


SCOTLAND         

The Celtic Knot Award

Sponsored by the GMDX Group for working stations in lands generally agreed to be those associated with the Celtic peoples, namely Scotland GM, Northern Ireland GI, Republic of Ireland EI, Isle of Man GD, Wales GW, Cornwall G, Brittany F, Galicia and Asturias EA1 and to celebrate its Scottish heritage, Nova Scotia VE1. Contacts made on or after 1 January 2000.

Some specific areas which are valid include: 

France - Province of Brittany - 22 Cotes du Nord, 29 Finistere, 35 Ille et Vilaine, 56 Morbihan. 
Spain - Calicia Provinces (EA1) - La Coruna, Pontevedra, Lugo, Orense. 
Spain - Asturias Province - Oviedo. 
(Tks OH3GZ for above info). 

Available in four classes:

Award Level Different Contacts Needed Minimum per Call Area
Celtic Knot Bronze 100 5
Celtic Knot Silver 200 10
Celtic Knot Gold 300 15
Celtic Knot Honor Roll 400 20

All bands and modes OK. Cost of the certificates is £5GBP, 10euros or US$10. Fee for special plaque for the 300 level is £35GBP, 70 euros or $70.00. Those achieving Honour Roll will be also be eligible for an engraved Quaich (Scottish Drinking Cup) which also costs £35GBP, 70 euros or US$70. Please make cheques out to "GMDX Group" - only cheques made payable in £GBP accepted. An activity weekend called "Celtic Connections", will be held on the third full weekend in April starting in 2002. Those applying for awards should send the application form available on the GMDX website with the appropriate fee to: Celtic Knot Award, Colin Brown GM0RLZ, 9 Newton Crescent, Rosyth Fife KY11 2QW

Scotland, U.K.

Internet site: http://www.gmdx.org.uk

Tks MM0BSM 3/02


SCOTLAND            

Council Areas of Scotland Award (CAOSA)

Submit proof of having contacted each of the 32 Council Areas of Scotland. The CAOSA program includes 20 separately numbered awards as listed below. Endorsements available for band and/or mode. All bands and modes may be used.

Contacts must be made from the same location, or from locations no ten of which are more than 100 miles apart which is affirmed by signature of the applicant on the application. Club station applicants should include clearly the club name and call sign of the club station.

Contacts since April 1, 1996. Written cards must be submitted (no photocopies) and must show your call sign and indicate that two-way communications was established. Applications for specialty awards must submit confirmations that clearly confirm two-way contact on the specialty mode/band.

Specialty awards are available for 160 m, 80 m, 40 m, 30 m, 20 m, 17 m, 15 m, 12 m, 10 m, 6 m, 2 m, Satellite, CW, SSB, FM, RTTY, SSTV, PSK31 and QRP. Any or all modes/bands may be used for QRP award. QRP is defined as 10 watts input (or 5 watts output) of the applicant only and is affirmed by signature of the applicant on the application.

No use of "repeater" contacts. All stations contacted must be ""land stations"". Contact with ships, anchored or otherwise, and aircraft, cannot be counted. Permanently docked exhibition or historic ships will be considered land based.

The sponsor reserves the right to spot check call signs for inspection of QSL cards of applications verified by an Award Manager.

QSL cards, Application Form (SRARS-A-001) and Record Sheet (SRARS-S-001) should be submitted to an Award Manager: GM3EDZ Tom Hughes, 8 Ossian Avenue, Ralston, Paisley, PA1 3AY, Scotland, U.K. Be sure that when QSL cards are presented for verification to sort them alphabetically by Council Area, as listed on the Record Sheet. All QSL cards sent to Award Manager must be accompanied by sufficient postage for their safe return (registered mail is recommended because it is traceable). All applications sent to Award Manager must include the appropriate fee: £6, $10, 10€ or 12 IRCs plus return postage for each CAOSA certificate.

The Gazetteer for Scotland is a vast geographical database, featuring details of towns, villages, bens and glens from the Scottish Borders to the Northern Isles. The Gazetteer is already the largest Scottish resource available on the web. If you do not know station’s Council Area, it is advisable to use Any Word Search on the Gazetteer web site. Just enter exact station’s location!

SCOTTISH COUNCIL AREAS LIST

ABERDEEN CITY

AD

 

HIGHLAND

HL

ABERDEENSHIRE

AS

 

INVERCLYDE

IC

ANGUS

AG

 

MIDLOTHIAN

ML

ARGYLL AND BUTE

AB

 

MORAY

MR

CITY OF EDINBURGH

EB

 

NORTH AYRSHIRE

NA

CLAKMANNANSHIRE

CM

 

NORTH LANARKSHIRE

NL

COMHAIRLE NAN EILEAN SIAR

ES

 

ORKNEY ISLANDS

OR

DUMFRIES AND GALLOWAY

DG

 

PERTH AND KINROSS

PK

DUNDEE CITY

DN

 

RENFREWSHIRE

RF

EAST AYRSHIRE

EA

 

SCOTTISH BORDERS

SB

EAST DUNBARTONSHIRE

ED

 

SHETLAND ISLANDS

SH

EAST LOTHIAN

EL

 

SOUTH AYRSHIRE

SA

EAST RENFREWSHIRE

ER

 

SOUTH LANARKSHIRE

SL

FALKIRK

FK

 

STIRLING

SR

FIFE

FF

 

WEST DUNBARTONSHIRE

WD

GLASGOW CITY

GL

 

WEST LOTHIAN

WL

Internet:  http://www.qsl.net/mm0dfv/caosarules.htm

Tks MM0DFV 8/2003 


SCOTLAND

Worked All GM (WAGM)

The WAGM Award is available to all amateurs worldwide showing proof of contacts with 20 Scottish stations with various prefixes in either of these two groups:

Prefix # contacts required
GM3 6
GM4 8
GM0 6
   
Prefix # contacts required
2M0 or 2M1 2
GM3 or GM4 2
GM0 10
MM3, MM1 or MM5 2
MM0 4

A contact with the Aberdeen ARS club station GM3BSQ or with any of the old prefix stations, such as GM1, GM2, GM5, GM6, GM7 or GM8 may be used as a substitute for any required prefix in the above groups.  All bands and modes.  Contacts after October 1, 1946.  You must possess the cards.  GCR list by Radio Club Secretary or Chairman of your local radio club and fee of £1, 2€ or 3 IRCs to Stanley Sutherland GM4BKV, 67 Greenfern Road, Mastrick, Aberdeen, AB2 6TP, Scotland. 

(Rewrite 6/2004)


SCOTLAND                                  
GM Flora
and Fauna Award

Available to any amateur and SWL for contacting/listening to stations operating from the national parks and special protected areas in Scotland. Valid contacts for the award must be land stations operating from such areas which are on the official list on or after 1 January 2010. The awards are FREE of charge and are provided in a high quality PDF file which you may print in your shack. In addition, all the awards are also available as full color metal plated wooden plaques. (Contact sponsor for prices on the plaques.)

Award Levels: Contact GMFF expeditions from 10, 20, 30, 40 or 50 different parks.

All claims for the GMFF awards should be made using the GMFF Award Management Software as written by DK5UR. Cards or ADIF logs are not required.

General: http://www.gmff.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=18&Itemid=10
Park List:
http://www.gmff.org/documents/gmff.pdf

Tks OH3GZ 4/16/10


SCOTLAND

Islands of Scotland Award

The islands of Scotland have been identified into 10 distinct Island groups and for the award, there are a total of 170 such different islands. Contact islands since 1 Nov 1947 in 8 award levels. All bands may be used, 1.8 to 144 Mhz. SWL OK. There are two classes of the award, one for island chasers, and one for island activators. Requirements as follows:

CLASS Chasers Activators
BASIC 10 islands in 6 groups 5 islands in 3 groups
SILVER 25 islands in 7 groups 12 islands in 4 groups
GOLD 50 islands in 8 groups 25 islands in 5 groups
SUPREME 75 islands in 10 groups 40 islands in 7 groups
CENTURY 100 islands in 10 groups 50 islands in 10 groups
HONOUR ROLL 101 islands in 10 groups 51 islands in 10 groups
EILEAN MHOR 150 islands in 10 groups 60 islands in 10 groups
ISLANDER 200 islands in 10 groups 135 islands in 10 groups

Chasers must submit proof of contact (i.e., QSL card). Activators must show log evidence that they have made a minimum of 100 contacts from each island claimed.

Those interested in the award should send for the Scottish Islands Directory which gives full details of the award and lists all valid islands and groups. It is available from GM4UZY, address shown below; cost is $US10, 16 IRCs or £6 and ALSO covers the cost of the Basic certificate. (Island list also on DXAWARDS.COM)

(Chg 03)

Fees for the other levels of the award are £5, $US10 or 12 IRCs plus return postage. Apply for the award to: Charlie Wilson GM4UZY, Golden Acre, 1 Borrowfield Crescent, Montrose, Angus, Scotland, UK DD10 9BR..

Internet: http://www.gmdx.org.uk/awards.html 

(Chg 03)


SCOTLAND

Islands of Scotland Millennium Award

A variation of the above award - same sponsor, but rules as follows:

This is an annual award, which can be worked for in each calendar year starting in 2001. The period runs for the entire calendar year. The purpose is to encourage island chasers, activators and SWLs to remain active in the program in addition to working for the normal award above.

Make contact with 35 Scottish islands, any band or mode. Activators are required to activate 10 islands. Any islands on the lists qualify. The cost shall be £3, 7 IRC or $US5. No cost, however, to activators.

(Chg 03)


SCOTLAND                
    --Orkney A.R.C. Series ---

General Requirements: Contacts may be made on all authorized bands and modes. If contacts are made with stations that are not members of the Orkney ARC, then their card must be submitted with your application. If contact is with a club member, no card is needed. List of members shown below. SWL OK. For both awards, an Orkney amateur may be counted more than once if they are worked from different Orkney locations. No use of repeaters or other relays. All bands and modes OK. Application form is found on their website and it’s use is requested. Endorsements available for any band, mode or QRP. Fees-each certificate is $US10, £6, 20E or 12 IRC. Subsequent endorsements are $US6, £4, 6E or 9 IRC. Apply to: David Wishart, Awards Manager, Orkney ARC, Curcum, Swannay by Evie, Orkney Islands, KW27 2NS, United Kingdom.

Website: http://www.eu009.com/ 

Club members:  GM0HQG GM0HTH GM0HTT GM0IFM GM0WED GM3POI GM4SLL GM4WMM GM8FWS MM0DGI MM0EAX MM0GKB MM0RDD MM0SJH MM1APX MM3POI MM3SWW MM5DWW

Tks: OH3GZ 6/2004 

          WORKED ALL ORKNEY PARISHES AWARD

European stations contact with four Orkney parishes. The parishes must be on the official list as shown below. All others need 2 parishes. Endorsements: EU for each additional 3 parishes, others for 2 additional parishes. Please try to establish the parish name during the QSO. This is especially important if the Orkney station is mobile / portable.

List of parishes: Birsay  Evie  Sandwick  Harray  Rendall  Stromness  Stenness  Firth  Orphir  Kirkwall & St Ola   St Andrews Holm  Deerness


          WORKED ALL ORKNEY ISLANDS AWARD

Only islands officially endorsed by I.O.S.A. are eligible for this award. See list below. Europeans must contact five Orkney islands. All others need 3. A QSL card (or certified list) will be required for any contacts made with amateurs who are not members of Orkney Amateur Radio Club. Endorsements: EU for each 3 additional islands, and all others for 3 additional islands. Please try to establish the island name / reference during the QSO. This is especially important if the Orkney station is mobile / portable.

Official List of Orkney Islands:

Auskerry Burray  Calf-of-Eday  Cava  Copinsay  Eday  Egilsay  Eynhallow  Fara   Faray  Flotta  Gairsay  Glims-Holm Graemsay  Grimbister  Hellier-Holm  Holm-of-Scockness  Hoy  Hunda  Lamb-Holm  Linga-Holm  Mainland Muckle-Green-Holm  North Ronaldsay  Papa  Papa-Stronsay  Westray  Rousay  Sanday  Shapinsay  South  Ronalday  Stronsay Swona  Switha  Westray  Wyre


SCOTLAND                
Phase Shift Keying Award (EUPSKA) 

The European Phase Shift Keying Award Programm (EUPSKA) was devised by the Scottish-Russian ARS in 2004. This was to promote an interest in Amateur Radio in Europe and to sponsor a series of awards and badges based on the administrative geography of European countries by using the PSK31 mode. 

Award Levels:
100 Areas
200 Areas
300 Areas
400 Areas
500 Areas
(Each award is a a separate certificate)
Badge Levels:
(
Contacts)
WEUA-100
WEUA-200
WEUA-300
WEUA-400
WEUA-500
WEUA-600
WEUA-700
WEUA-800
WEUA-900
WEUA-1000
WEUA-1100
WEUA-ALL
Badge levels:
(Activators)
10
20
30
40
50
60
70
80
90
100
150
200

There are 1194 current entities in the European Areas list. The two letter and two numbers abbreviations are given to EU Areas by the Award Committee. These are used along with the full name in the list. The official list of the entities is found at: http://www.eudx.srars.org/eulist.pdf .  You will need the Adobe Acrobat reader - widely available free - to use the list. 

Care must be taken in the interpretation of EU Areas from small-scale maps. The addresses of European stations given in various callbooks can be misleading. Administrative geography concerns itself with the hierarchy of areas relating to national governments in Europe. This hierarchy is complicated for not only are there several layers but the structure is different in each European country. In addition the boundaries of many of the layers in the hierarchy are subject to periodic or occasional change. Unless otherwise stated contacts made to claim European Areas must have been made after the date from which the area was valid. Old European Areas that no longer exist are not shown in the list and not valid for the Award Program.  Any award or badge under this program may be claimed by any licensed radio amateur eligible under these rules who can produce evidence of having contacted amateur radio stations in Europe by using the PSK31 mode. All claims must be submitted in a standard form acceptable to the Award Committee.

QSL-cards are not required. However, the Award Committee reserves the right to ask to see some or all of the QSL-cards. Awards and badges are issued to the person or club. The person or club can use any legal callsign. Contacts made from club stations or special event stations count to the credit of both the club and the operator. All stations must be operated in accordance with their licensing conditions. Contacts may be made from any location in the same DXCC country. Credit will be given for contacts made on any of the amateur bands below 30 MHz.

Each claim must be accompanied by a fee of 5.00 GBP or $US10 per award or badge. The default payment method is via PayPal to paypal@srars.org  or by a credit card, UK personal cheques, postal money orders, bank transfers, bank deposit, cash and other methods. Some payment options offer more protection than others, so be sure to select a method of payment that makes you feel comfortable. If you have any additional questions about how to pay, please do not hesitate to contact the Award Committee. Applications and enquiries should be sent to the Award Committee by e-mail srars@srars.org or at the address: Scottish-Russian ARS, P.O. Box 7469, Glasgow, G42 0YD, Scotland, UK.

Internet: http://eu.srars.org/index.php

Tks ham_awards@yahoogroups.com/
Tks MM0DFV 3/2006 


SCOTLAND             

SCOTIA (Scottish Islands Award)

Contact or operate from Scottish islands on or after 1 January 1996. QSL cards are required but should not be submitted at any point _ see the relevant application forms for details of the independent certification process.

 

There are 3 basic requirements:

i) The hunter must have scored the appropriate number of points for the level claimed.
ii) Island hunters need not submit QSL cards, but the official application form (which can be downloaded free from this web_site) must be signed by one independent person (who need not be a radio amateur) certifying that he/she has seen the QSL cards relating to the QSOs/SWL reports claimed.
iii) The appropriate fee (see below) should be enclosed. Only £Sterling, $U.S., Euros or I.R.C.s may be accepted.

COST OF THE ISLAND HUNTERS CERTIFICATE :

Award or Endorsement UK£ $US Euro IRC
Application form if downloaded form web site - no charge for extra copies) free free free free
Application form, by post, via the awards Manager 2 3 3 3
Basic Certificate (30 points) 6 10 10 10
Upgrade to the next "step" - cost for each step 2 3 3 3
Initial certificate upgraded to an intermediate step (if requested at the time of the initial application) 10 15 15 15
Full SCOTIA Tartan 100 Award (if requested at the time of the initial application) 12 20 20 20

THE ACTIVATOR CERTIFICATE awarded for island activation is free of charge as are all of the endorsements. In addition, any visitor from outside of the UK, but including Eire, activating their first SCOTIA Island, will be qualified for, and may therefore apply for, the basic SCOTIA Activator Certificate, which will again be issued free of charge. Any activator applying for a free certificate 'upgrade' should enclose 1 IRC (or equivalent) to cover the postage for the upgrade stickers.

VARIOUS LEVELS of the AWARD :

The basic entry level requires the applicant to have scored a minimum of 30 points. The applicant is then entitled to the basic certificate (which would be issued without stickers). The minimum score of 30 points can be achieved in a number of ways. Refer to website for many variations, but basically it works like this:

If your QTH is UK/Eire, each different island = 2 points, for Europeans 3 and all others 4 points.

All applicants may claim 2 bonus points the first time each of the 6 SCOTIA island groups is worked. And you may claim an additional bonus of 5 points once ALL 6 SCOTIA island groups have been worked or heard. There are special bonus points for working GM3VLB from various islands.

NUMBER OF ISLANDS : There will be 200 qualifying islands. Old hands will recognize most from other island lists such as IOTA and IOSA. This total will NOT be exceeded in any circumstances but we reserve the right to DELETE and REPLACE any island on the list, an action which will only be considered in exceptional circumstances.

ISLAND GROUPS : The 200 islands are divided into 6 geographical "groups":

35 DISTANT ISLANDS ("DI")      33 ORKNEY ISLANDS ("OI")

26 SHETLAND ISLES ("SI")        28 HEBRIDEAN ISLES ("HI")

40 COASTAL - South ("CS")        38 COASTAL - North ("CN")

Points for various levels of the award:

Basic Award - 30 points with at least 2 islands from each of any 3 island groups.
40 sticker - 40 points with at least 3 islands from each of any 3 island groups.
50 sticker - 50 points with at least 4 islands from each of any 3 island groups.
60 sticker - 60 points with at least 2 islands from each of any 4 island groups.
70 sticker - 70 points with at least 3 islands from each of any 4 island groups.
80 sticker - 80 points with at least 4 islands from each of any 4 island groups.
90 sticker - 90 points with at least 2 islands from each of any 5 island groups.
100 sticker - 100 points with at least 3 islands from each of any 5 island groups or at least 2 islands from any of the 6 islands groups.

OPERATING BANDS, MODES etc. : QSOs or reports may be on either CW or SSB, and on any of the "WARC" HF bands, from 10m (28MHz) to 160m (1.8MHz) but to encourage and recognise the increasing use of the 6m (50MHz) band, QSOs on this band, after 1st January 1996 (as for the HF bands) will now also be accepted. Cross_band and cross_mode QSOs are allowed but repeater or satellite assisted QSOs are not.

CONTACT ADDRESSES :All correspondence regarding the award program, including applications Andre SAUNDERS GM3VLB, 6, Douglas Crescent, KELSO, Scotland TD5 8BB

e-mail: andre@gm3vlb.com 

Highly recommend you visit the WWW site: http://www.iosa.co.uk/index.htm

Tks W3BM 5/02


SCOTLAND       

Worked All Scottish Prefixes Award

Available to all radio amateurs and SWLs for contacts with stations located in Scotland on or after 1 Jan 2000. Each prefix may be worked in CW, phone and digital modes on each band, giving a possible of three per band. 

Available in 4 levels:
Basic 25 prefixes        
Bronze 50 prefixes        
Silver 75 prefixes         
Gold 100 prefixes

Acceptable prefixes GM, GS, MM, MS, 2M, GB for special event stations located in Scotland (QSL card required for proof of location), GZ for contest operations from Shetland Islands. Ambiguous call signs such as GM/F5NED counts as GM0 and MM/W5ZE/P counts as MM0.

GCR list and fee of £5, 10€, US$10. Please make cheques out to "GMDX Group"- only £GBP cheques are acceptable. Apply to: Drew Givens, GM3YOR, 5 Langhouse Place, Inverkip, PS16 0EW, Scotland, UK. 

Internet: http://www.gmdx.org.uk

(Verified 9/2011)


SCOTLAND

Worked All Scottish Regions (WASR)

Available to all amateurs showing proof of contacts with one station in each of the 9 Scottish Regions:

Scottish Borders Fife Lothian
Central Grampian Strathclyde
Dumfries and Galloway Highlands or Northern Islands Tayside

A contact with the Aberdeen ARS club station GM3BSQ may be used as a substitute for any Region.  All bands and modes.  Contacts on or after May 1, 1975.  You must possess the QSL cards.  GCR list signed by Radio Club Secretary or Chairman of your local radio club and fee of £1, 2€ or 3 IRCs to Stanley Sutherland GM4BKV, 67 Greenfern Road, Mastrick, Aberdeen, AB2 6TP, Scotland.

(Chg 1/2005)


SENEGAL                 

Diplome du Senegal

Work 5 different resident stations in Senegal (6W).  Visiting stations do not count for this award. All bands may be used. Modes CW or SSB. 
GCR list and fee of 5 IRCs to Association des Radio-Amateurs du Sénégal [ARAS], P.O. Box 971, Dakar, Sénégal

Internet: http://www.radio6w.org   (may be under construction)

Tks SM6DEC 10/2005


SERBIA                                                    
Castles In Serbia Award (CISA)

The "Castles in Serbia" Award (CISA) is given to any licensed radio-amateur for QSOs / SWL with radio stations operating from fortresses and castles of Serbia made using any modes on any amateur bands since the 1st of January 2014. All contacts must be made with different locations.

A list of fortresses and castles qualifying for the Award may be downloaded from The World Castles Award (WCA) website you may request such a list from Dragan YT2KID by e-mail: vitezyt2kid@gmail.com .

Available in 3 classes:
Class 3: for QSO with 10 various objects;
Class 2: for QSO with 20 various objects;
Class 1: for QSO with 30 various objects.

Your application for the Award, besides QSO data, should contain object identification number of the correspondent according to CISA list (for example: YU-00005). This designation is found in the official list mentioned above.
Awards are issued in electronic form in JPG or PDF-format (free of charge). .The application for the Award should send by e-mail to award manager Dragan YT2KID:

E-mail: vitezyt2kid@gmail.com

Tks Dragan Ivanovic -facebook 8/15


SERBIA

LAJKOVAC AWARD

Sponsored by the Radio Club "Zeleznicar" YU1GTU on the 90th anniversary of the Railway in Lajkovac.  SWL OK.  Contact Lajkovac stations on or after 1 Sept 1998, all bands or modes.  No use of cross0-mode, digitpeaters, satellites or repeaters.  Each station may be worked one time.  YU's need 3 QSO's, other EU 2 and all others just 1 QSO with members of RC "Zeleznicar" YU1GTU.  YU and EU's must work the club station YU1GTU or special call YT1L.  The award is free, but YU stations must send 2 IRCs, EU 3 and all others 4 IRCs for postage.  Send GCR list and fee for postage to: Radio Club "Zeleznicar" - YU1GTU, PO Box 5, YU-14224 Lajkovac, Yugoslavia.

List of members: YU1GTU (special call YT1L), YU1AB (YU4A), YU1CM, YU1SL, YU5B, YT1DL, YT1DOS, YT1GSM, YT1MIT, YT1MBZ, YU2MAX, YT1SEN, YT1SMC, YT1VBR, YT1VVK and YT1WIN.

Internet: http://solair.eunet.rs/~yu1ab/awards/lajkovac.html 

Tks YU1AB 2/2010


SERBIA
Diploma "Leskovac"

The LESKOVAC diploma may be earned by any radio amateur or SWL for contacting stations located in Leskovac, Serbia. All bands and modes may be used. Contacts through repeaters do not count for the award.

Requirements:
1. For stations of Serbia one contact with YU1HFG and 5 more contacts with stations from Leskovac.
2. For stations from abroad a connection with YU1HFG and 3 more contacts with stations in Leskovac

Contacts must be made on or after 1 January 2010. Award Manager is Zoran Ilic - YU1IZ.
Send an e-mail to diploma.leskovac@yahoo.com with all contact data. The DIPLOMA LESKOVAC will be sent electronically to you by e-mail. The Diploma is free and will be issued in electronic form.

E-mail: diploma.leskovac@yahoo.com
Internet: http://forum.hamradio.si/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=13726

Tks S50LEA Radioamaterski forum 10/14


SERBIA            

 VALVA AWARD

On the occasion of archaelogical discoveries tracing the origin of the town of Valva back to the 6th century, amateurs from this area offer the Valva Award. Contact 16 different stations should be made in such a way that the first letters in their call sign suffixes result in the following phrase: VALJEVO MOUNTAINS. Contacts after September 1, 2002.

All bands and modes OK. Cross-mode and cross-band contacts may not be used, nor are those made through repeators and other translators. GCR list and fee of 5€ for Europeans and $US10 for all others. Apply to: Zoran Milasinovic, YZ1VAZ, Bobovceva 3/2, 14000 Valjevo, Serbia. 

Internet: http://solair.eunet.rs/~yu1ab/awards/valva.html 

(Chg 2/10 YU1AB) 


SERBIA                    

WYUCWK AWARD ( Worked YUCW Club Members)

WYUCWK Award is issued by CW Club of Serbia and Montenegro. This award is available to licensed Amateur Radio operators and SWLs throughout the world for having worked/heard YUCWK members. Contacts/receptions after 1st January 2005. will be acceptable. All HF bands (1,8-3,5-7-10-14-18-21-24-28MHz) and modes are valid. YUCWK members predominiatly operate CW. To qualify for Award the following should be met.

EU stations must have 7 contacts (SWL). Alaskan stations need 2, and all others 3.

As part of its 35th anniversary celebrations, YUCWK is pleased to announce that members will be using number "35" in the prefix during the year 2005. The list of YUCWK members and their callsigns as at 1st January 2005. is following (other callsigns in use by YUCWK members- such as contest or special event callsigns, are also valid for this award:

YT1AA 1AD YT5A 5 II YT6A 6T YT7AA
YU1AA 1BM 1CY 1DX 1GG 1HC 1MM 1MV 1NW 1RJ 1SB 1UB 1VT 1VV 1WR 1XW 1ZZ.
YU6AW YU7EV YU8YL
YZ1AA 1AU YZ2A
4N1GM .

Each member may be contacted on multiple bands for QSO credit. Send a log book extract of all contacts including: date, time, call sign, band, mode, sent/received report (as well as correspondents call sign for SWLs). You must also enclose your QSL card for each of the stations which were contacted plus fee of 5 EUR or 10 USD and sent to: YUCWK Secretary:.LJUBOMIR TRAJKOVIC, YU1BM, Luja Adamica 12/22, 11070 Novi Beograd, Serbia and Montenegro.

Tks YZ1EW (YZ5W) 1/2005


SINGAPORE

LION CITY Award

The Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting Society offers the Lion City Award to any radio amateur radio station outside CQ Zone 28 who submits an application for FIVE confirmed contacts with 9V1's. For CQ Zone 28 stations, the requirement is TEN confirmed contacts. GCR list including dates, modes and signal reports sent and received. Award fee of $US2 or 3 IRC’s should be sent to: Awards Manager, Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting Society, Robinson Road, PO Box 2728, Singapore 904728.

Internet: http://www.sarts.org.sg/

(Chg 11/09)


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