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The Irish Radio Transmitters Society (IRTS) are celebrating 80 years in 2012. This call will be used by affiliated clubs and individuals throughout 2012 and will also be QRV for the CQIR contest on St. Patrick's Day, 17 March, as a headquarter station, full details of the contest can be found here:
ei80irtsaward (You can see a sample of the award at the end of this page)
The Irish Radio Transmitters Society was founded in 1932 and we are proud to celebrate our 80th anniversary in 2012. As part of the celebrations the Society will be using the special callsign EI80IRTS.
A special certificate, available to all amateurs and SWLs, is being offered to celebrate this wonderful occasion. Contact the special callsign EI80IRTS during the period of January 1st 2012 to December 31st 2012.
2-way communication on Phone, CW or Digi modes on the HF (1.8-28) and VHF (50-1200MHz) bands.
Cross band QSO’s will not be accepted for this award.
Contacts made via active earthbound reflectors, repeaters and EchoLink will not be counted.
The certificate is available in three levels:
Applicants should submit a list showing the date and time you worked or heard EI80IRTS, plus frequency and mode. QSL cards are not required. The declared QSO’s will be cross-checked for validity based on the logs of EI80IRTS. The application fee is €5 or US $7.
Thos EI2JD will be the manager for this award.
Send applications to:
At the same time, please send an e-mail to email@example.com to inform him that you sent your application by mail.
Award is sponsored by the Dundalk Amateur Radio Society.
Thank you for working us, and full QSL info is available on the Detail tab above. You can do a log search by entering your callsign below, all log enquiries to EI4GXB.
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