Award is to recognize amateur radio stations who activate or hunt Hungarian "Summits on the Air" (SOTA); operation from tops of mountains.
Issued by the Old Timers Guild of Bangalore for working members on 2-way CW only earning a total of 100 points.
Issued by the Amateur Radio Society of India for contacting stations in India, the Laccadive Islands and the Andaman and Nicobar Islands on HF bands 160 through 10 meters on or after 26 January 1950.
The radio amateur award offered by the group requires you must have confirmed two-way contacts with the countries of SAARC on or after 8 December 1985.
Work different Andaman Island stations as follows. For BASIC award- 4 different Andaman QSOs.
Work different stations from Andaman and Nicobar Islands as follows: For Basic Award, you need 4 different Andaman and 1 Nicobar QSO.
Work minimum of 4 different QSOs covering at least 3 coastal Islands.
For the Basic Award, you need to have QSOs with VUs from at least 6 of the 11 STATES listed above.
Requirements Work minimum of 3 different Lakshadweep (Laccadive) Stations.
Work minimum of 3 different Lakshadweep (Laccadive) Stations and 1 Minicoy Station.
Work any 2 different stations from this city (The city of BENGALURU\ ( aka BANGALORE ) the capital city of the State of Karnataka (KA) is known as the ELECTRONIC CITY, GARDEN CITY, SILICON CITY or IT CITY of India).
Issued for confirmed contacts with stations in the Central Part of Java (2nd call area) as follows: DX stations need 25 contacts.
Contact stations in North Sumatra 6th call area.
Any participants who make QSOs with stations from more than 15 of the listed countries are eligible for a special endorsement sticker on the award.
Issued for confirmed contacts with stations along the earth's Equator countries.
Issued for contact with stations in each of the Indonesia call areas (1 to 0).
Issued for contact with stations in Jakarta (0 call area), the capital of the Republic of Indonesia.
The Nusantara Award will be issued to licensed amateurs and SWLs for making 2 way contacts on HF bands (160m – 10m) including WARC bands with a minimum of 10 different islands of Indonesia.
Contact stations in East Java (YB3/YC3).
The award will be issued for contacting at least 25 such locations.