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Award Program Africa Prefix Hunter - AFPXH

Добавил: RM4C » Дата: 29-06-2013, 14:22
Категория: News / Diplomas RCWC

Award Program Africa Prefix Hunter - AFPXH

 

 

 

The degree program is founded by the Russian cable club R-CW-C.

Diplomas are issued for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have various prefixes in the call signs. 

Diplomas are issued for the radio communications which are carried out by telegraph (CW).

Each various prefix for diplomas is set off only once. Radio communications are set off, beginning communications with January 1st, 2000 on all radio amateur bands, including WARC.

 

 

There are 20 various diplomas of AFPXH.

AFPXH - 25 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 25 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 50 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 50 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 75 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 75 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 100 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 100 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 125 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 125 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 150 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 150 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 175 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 175 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 200 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 200 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 225 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 225 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 250 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 250 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 275 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 275 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 300 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 300 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 325 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 325 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 350 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 350 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 375 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 375 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 400 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 400 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 425 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 425 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 450 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 450 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 475 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 475 various prefixes in the call signs;

AFPXH - 500 - is given for QSO with amateur radio stations of Africa which have 500 various prefixes in the call signs.

 

Confirmation by QSL cards isn't required.
The diploma is issued free of charge in electronic form.

 

Applications are accepted through service Diplomas on the website rcwc.ru. It is possible to study the instruction for application according to the reference.
The address for reference: rm4c(at)mail.ru

 

Note:

The alphanumeric combinations making the first part of a call sign of the radio amateur station are considered as a prefix. 

For example: K6, N6, WD4, HG1, HG19, WB2, KC2, OE2, U3, ZS66, and so forth. 

Any distinction in figures, letters or an order of their following creates a separate prefix. 


In case of temporary job of the station from other country or the radio amateur area, the identifier of temporary QTH becomes a prefix. 

For example: WN5N/7 will be set off as W7, J6/WN5N will be set off as J6, KH6/WN5N will be set off as KH6, etc. 

Zero (0) for creation of a prefix automatically joins the end of the identifier of temporary QTH which isn't comprising figures. 

Example: LX/WN5N will be set off as LX0. 


Sea, mobile, / A, / E, / J, / P, or identifiers designating temporary category of the owner of the station aren't set off as prefixes. 

Zero (0) for formation of a prefix joins all call signs who aren't comprising figure after the two first letters. 

For example: XEFTJW will be set off as XE0, RAEM will be set off as RA0, AIR will be set off as AI0, etc.

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