QO-100 Challenge to North America Award
• first 2-way DATV QSOs via the via the QO-100 wide band transponder from Newfoundland
• more than 100 2-way QSOs via the QO-100 narrow band transponder when operating from Newfoundland
• first 2-way DATV QSOs via the via the QO-100 wide band transponder
• Subsequent operations from Newfoundland will also be eligible to apply for a special Certificate
Paul Stoetzer N8HM is sponsoring an award for contacts made via the AO-73 (FUNcube-1) amateur radio satellite. It aims to promote activity on AO-73. The requirements are straight-forward:
• Work 73 unique stations on AO-73.
• Contacts must be made on or after September 1, 2014.
• There are no geographic restrictions on your operating location.
The eSatellite eAward has been established to provide an incentive to Amateur Radio operators around the world to make contact with other radio amateurs via as many Satellites and modes as possible. It is an award uniquely designed for satellites in that it does not reward making contacts in countries or states or provinces, but rather rewards amateurs for learning how to track and communicate through multiple satellites and different modes on these satellites. As each new satellite is launched, it becomes a potential source for one or more new credits. Thus, there is no limit to the total credits a person can earn under this eAward.
The VHF/UHF Century Club (VUCC) is awarded for contact with a minimum number of IARU 2 degrees by 1 degree grid locators per band.
The VUCC certificate and endorsements are available to amateurs worldwide; however, ARRL membership is required for hams in the US, its possessions and Puerto Rico.
The minimum number of grid locators needed to initially qualify for the satellite award is 100 Credits.
DXCC on Satellite
Worked All States on Satellite
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