Rick Gamache > Listener Awards

About These Awards

Long Ranger DX Awards

This certificate recognises really long distance reception of NDBs particularly at night when skywave propagation is possible.
Miles KM
500-999 805-1607
1000-1499 1608-2413
1500-1999 2414-3217
2000-2499 3218-4022
2500-2999 4023-4826
3000-4999 4827-8044
5000+ 8045+
KHz ID Location S/P ITU Pwr Miles KM Date UTC Order
355 YWP Webequie ON CAN 100 999 1608 2004-12-28 0400
526 ZLS Stella Maris, Long Island BAH   1443 2323 2008-11-08 2350
391 DDP San Juan / Dorado / Luiz Munoz Marin Intl PR PTR 2000 1778 2861 2008-10-25 0321
                     
                     
394 MEL Metlika SVN 40 3973 6395 2005-01-15 1230
                     

European NDB DX Awards (2 qualifying countries)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs located in Europe at the levels shown below.
Countries
10
20
30
40
NDB List Country codes Order
DNK SVN  
 
 
 

North American NDB DX Awards (25 qualifying countries)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs located in in North America. Remember that each US state and Canadian province is considered a separate 'country'.
Countries
10
30
45
60
NDB List Country codes Order
AL FL GA IA IN KY MA ME MI MN  
NB NC NH NJ NL NS NY OH ON PE QC SC TX VA VT  
 
 

Caribbean / Central American NDB DX Awards (3 qualifying countries)

Available in the following categories:
Countries
3
10
15
20
NDB List Country codes Order
BAH CYM PTR  
 
 
 

Scandinavian NDB Award (1 qualifying signals)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs located in Sweden, Norway, Finland or Denmark (but excluding Iceland and island dependencies in the North Atlantic) at the following levels:
NDBs Qualifying Signals Order
25
100
200
300

North of 60 Award (1 qualifying signals)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs located at least 60 Degrees of latitude north of the Equator. This area includes Iceland, Greenland and Alaska as well as most of Scandinavia and parts of Russia and Canada.
NDBs Qualifying Signals Order
5  
10  
20  
30  

Transatlantic DX Awards (2 qualifying signals)

This is probably the most challenging award of the program, even at its first level. However, there is a lot of interest on both sides of the Atlantic in transoceanic NDB DX.To qualify, listeners must hear NDBs on the other side.
  • European listeners may count NDBs in Greenland, Canada, the United States and the islands of the caribbean as well as Central and South America.
  • North American listeners may count NDBs in the Azores, the Canary Islands and Cape Verde as well as those on the European and African continents proper.
NDBs Qualifying Signals Order
1  
3  

Checkout

Verification image <--- Please type this code