Worked All Scottish Prefixes
Open to all radio amateurs and SWLs, this award is for confirmed / heard contacts with amateur radio stations located in Scotland.
Each Scottish prefix may be worked on CW, phone and digital modes for each band. This gives a maximum of 3 contacts per band-prefix combination. Basic, Bronze, Silver and Gold Awards can be claimed.
The Scottish Prefix Award is available to all radio amateurs and shortwave listeners for confirmed/heard contacts with radio amateur stations located in Scotland. Each prefix may be worked in CW, phone and digital modes on each band, giving a possible of three per band.
The Basic award requires a total of 25 prefixes
The Bronze award a total of 50 prefixes
The Silver award a total of 75 prefixes
The Gold award a total of 100 prefixes
Only contacts after 1st January 2000 will count for the award.
GM0, 1, 2, etc GS0, 1, 2, etc
MM0, 1, 2, etc MS0, 1, 2, etc
2M0, 1, 2, etc
GB0, 1, 2, etc for special event stations located in Scotland (QSL card required for proof of location)
GZ0, 1, 2, etc for contest operations from Shetland Islands
Ambiguous callsigns such as GM/F5NED counts as GM0
and MM/W5ZE/P counts as MM0
A list of log entries certified by two other radio amateurs under the general certification rule along with completed claim sheets to be submitted for each award.
The cost of each award is £5, 10€ or US$10. Please make cheques out to “GMDX Group”- only £GBP cheques are acceptable.
Further details and all applications to:
Drew Givens, GM3YOR, 5 Langhouse Place, Inverkip, PA16 0EW, Scotland, U.K. Drew's email is on the contacts page.