Amateur Radio News... (cont.)
How many countries have you already contacted or listened? How many of them in Europe?
To get this Award is as easy as answering these two questions.
For the basic version of EURAO Award only 10 countries are required, 7 of them European ones.
For the bronze, silver or gold version; you will need 25, 50 or 75 countries.
QSL cards received via EuroBureauQSL will be considered automatically sufficient evidence of confirmation,
otherwise, you should use one of our check points.
AFCD is a very young German association of radio amateurs,
just founded last year (2012), whose purpose is: to promote international understanding and friendship in the field of amateur radio,
specially for young people, in technical and social skills, with training and emergency communication activities.
The full matching with EURAO objectives made them decide to join and share mutual projects.
The EURAO individual membership fee includes
the FREE exchange of QSLs between members worldwide. All you have to do is send all cards together to our
'central redistribution point' at EA3RKF. Then, you will receive the reply QSLs at home with our quarterly paper
Newsletter. Quite easy, isn't it? Read more...
Next 9 May active again: AO1EU, AO2EU, AO3EU, AO4EU, AO5EU, AO6EU, AO7EU, AO8EU and AO9EU,
special callsigns to commemorate the creation of the EU
and European Radio Amateurs' Organization (EURAO), which Federación Digital EA is a founding member
and who offers this QSL and Award to you.
The contact is also valid for the Radio Clubs of the World Award, EANET.
About our members...
VRA is an association for radio amateurs in Flanders,
the Dutch (=Flemish) speaking part of Belgium, born in 1998 as a fusion of two other ones.
It runs a monthly pdf publication to keep its members informed on all topics of amateur radio and changes in legislation.
VRA distributes QSL cards and their local clubs organize formal courses to new radio amateurs.
ON4VRA brings the latest news through radio and internet transmissions, including streaming TV,
every even Sunday at 10:00 local time.
UFRC is an association for radio amateurs in the French-speaking part (Wallonia) of Belgium, founded in 1968
but with current name since 1999. Together with VRA established the FRA
(Federation of Radio Amateurs in Belgium) with the aim of defending interests of their members,
coordinating activities and sharing services, specially a common QSL bureau for both.