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Callsign     Freq.  Spot by          Grid/Comment              UTC Date    DL4MFF 5357.0 CT1HHP JN57IW IN51 tnx ft8 2127 22 Oct
WS5ADV 18155.0 ZF2WW EM15FI EK99JH 2121 22 Oct
WS5ADV 21315.0 KG4WV EM15FI FK29KV Guantanamo Bay, 2104 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 IK5PWJ JN57IW JN53ES tnx ft8 2103 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 IT9BCC JN57IW JM67KR tnx ft8 2100 22 Oct
WS5ADV 28454.9 PU2UAF EM15FI GG66MW 2055 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 IZ8XJJ JN57IW JN70GU tnx ft8 2045 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 W7WRJ IM98XV DM41 73 2030 22 Oct
WA9TGD 28412.0 ZF2WW FN31MI EK99JH 59 nice sig 2028 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 K3TTT IM98XV FN11 73 2025 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 IS0DCR JN57IW JN40RV tnx ft8 2024 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 G1YEF JN57IW IO83LI tnx ft8 2021 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 KA7IGN IM98XV DM12 73 2017 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 VE1JBC IM98XV FN73 73 2013 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 K4DXU IM98XV EM75 73 2010 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 W4PPC IM98XV EM64 73 2007 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 NS7K IM98XV DN31 73 2005 22 Oct
DL4MFF 5357.0 IW4AOT JN57IW JN54QK tnx ft8 2004 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 KB0YPS IM98XV DM79 73 2002 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 W7MEM IM98XV DN17 73 2000 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 VE2JD IM98XV FN46 73 1957 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 W7AMI IM98XV DN13 73 1954 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 KI0E IM98XV DN13 73 1948 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 AA7UN IM98XV DN32 73 1944 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.7 KI4SFT IM98XV EL88 73 1939 22 Oct
EB5EEV 14074.6 ND4Q IM98VX EM64MM Tnx for qso all 1935 22 Oct
EA4AQQ 14076.5 YN1ECF IN80GL EK62 TNX FT8 QSO, 73 P 1934 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18101.8 DL9MEU IM98XV JN58 73 1927 22 Oct
EA4AQQ 14074.7 VO1IDX IN80GL GN37 TNX FT8 QSO, 73 P 1925 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18102.0 IK1OOI IM98XV JN34 73 1909 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18102.0 K0PT IM98XV EM94 73 1904 22 Oct
EA5IBI 18102.0 W2BAP IM98XV FN00 73 1852 22 Oct

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Dear Guest!

   This site has been developed to accommodate Amateur Radio operators from around the world

   By entering your contacts through the electronic interface, you can apply to receive MY WORLD AWARD! series of diplomas. This award program accepts confirmed contact made on HF bands by hams, beginning January 1, 1980. The program aims at popularizing communications from QTH-locators around the world

   QTH-locator is comprised of a sector – AA, large square – 00 and small square – aa. This program counts QSOs with correspondents located in separate sectors, and achieved rating is established based on sectors and large squares. The award covers 9 bands – 10, 12, 15, 17, 20, 30, 40, 80 and 160 meters

   In order to promote ‘collecting’ large squares, this site features ON-LINE rating of the program participants. One can view world-wide Top 10 achievements. If you haven’t yet reached that plateau, enter your call and see where you are at the moment

   If we interested you in our award program – welcome!

   Please register by clicking Register new user

   Pay attention when entering your information. Your name and correct mailing address are essential for prompt delivery of your award. Once your entry is validated by the award manager (within 24 hours), you will gain full access to your electronic log database. Your log keeps track of confirmed unique sectors and large squares. QSO data may be entered manually (Add QSO) or we can import your ADI-format file (from your log, like DX4WIN, for example). Import by clicking Add QSO from ADI-file. ADI file should not exceed 5 mB, which is approximately 25,000 contacts. Be patient, processing of your log may take few minutes.

   Whenever new log is imported, program will take in only new data – unique sectors and squares. Sectors are displayed with full QSO data, but large squares – only as a sum of all credited squares. In the Summary info section, on the bottom, one’s achievements are presented. See what large squares you have been credited with. You can also remove wrong information or add new, using Add /Del buttons. Summary info also contains all available award levels. As you move along, OK! Tags would appear next to the awards that you have completed. By clicking on the Get it! link, you receive formatted text file. Print it, sign it, have it verified by two hams and mail it to the award manager to claim your award. Each award category features continent maps, showing your missing sectors (the ones you need to work). Ideally, when you worked everything, a full conquered continent outline will be visible!

   Best regards, Sergey, RM8M

   Award Program Manager

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