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VK6WIA - Zone 29 Award

This award is offered by the Western Australian Division of the WIA
to all licenced Radio Amateurs and SWL’s throughout the world.

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Work 25 (twenty-five) 
different amateur stations
located in Zone 29

VK6 & VK8,

Rowley Shoals,

Christmas Island & 

Cocos Keeling Islands

To qualify, the following conditions must be satisfied:

1. Establishment of two-way communication with any
25 (twenty-five) different amateur stations located in Zone 29.
Only contacts made after 0800 UTC on 1st January 1952 are valid.

2. The total of 25 different stations may be obtained by operation
on one or more of the authorised amateur bands,
as applicable at the time of the claimed contact.
Cross-band contacts will not be accepted.

3. Any type of emission as permitted by the local licensing authorities
at the time of the claimed contact may be used.
Cross-mode contacts will not be accepted.

5. Applications containing multi-band and multi-mode valid contacts
will be accepted but the award will be issued with no endorsement.

6. Special endorsements, as listed hereunder, 
will be displayed on the Award certificate, where applicable, 
when all valid contacts fulfill the following conditions:

a
Single Band Multi Mode
b
Single Band All Phone
c
Single Band All C.W.
d
All Phone Multi Band
e
All C.W. Multi Band
f
Other special endorsements As considered to be outstanding and unique
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7. Short Wave Listener applications will be accepted
and the Award certificate issued, 
with appropriate endorsements as applicable, 
when all conditions listed above are complied with.

8. QSL cards are not required as proof of valid contacts
but the application must show that log extracts have been examined
and verified by two other radio amateurs or the 
Awards Manager of the applicants IARU affiliated radio society.

A simple declaration that the applicants station has conformed
to all licensing regulations as related to his operation is mandatory.

9. The fee for the Award shall be $2 (Aust) or 5 (five) IRCs for overseas stations.

10. Essential information required will include:

Callsign of Station
Worked / Heard
Band (MHz) Mode  Used Date / Time
(UTC)
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Standard-form application sheets are available.

Rules .html Rules .doc Rules .pdf

Application Form .html Application Form .doc Application Form .pdf
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Applications should be addressed to:
zone 29 award
ZONE 29 Award Manager
Western Australian Division, Wireless Institute of Australia
PO BOX 10, WEST PERTH, WESTERN AUSTRALIA 6872.



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