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Daytime DX Awards (Daytime hours are 1000 - 1400 hrs UTC)

This certificate recognises long distance reception of NDBs between the hours of 1000 and 1400 local standard time - that is, two hours before and afer noon in the listener's timezone.
Miles KM
250-499 402-804
500-749 805-1205
750-999 1206-1607
1000-1249 1608-2010
1250+ 1608+
KHz ID Location S/P ITU Pwr Miles KM Date UTC Order
398 OK Connaught IRL   323 520 2008-12-02 1157
340 GJ Gjogur ISL   738 1188 2008-12-02 1157
386 CP Constable Pynt / Nerlerit Inaat GRL   996 1604 2008-12-02 1157
                     
530 ADK 'Mount Moffett' Adak Island AK ALS   4816 7751 2008-12-02 1157

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
386 CP Constable Pynt / Nerlerit Inaat GRL   996 1604 2008-12-02 1157
326 ADV Svalbard / Longyear / Advent. SVB   1463 2354 2008-12-02 1157
250 YMH Mary's Harbour NL CAN 1000 1977 3181 2009-02-03 2157
243 YVB Bonaventure QC CAN 90 2496 4017 2009-02-03 2157
305 YQ Churchill / Eastern Creek MB CAN 500 2957 4760 2009-02-03 2157
350 STM Santarem (PA) BRA   4986 8024 2009-07-29 0403
1734 XPC Chapeco (SC) BRA   6493 10451 2009-07-29 0403

European NDB DX Awards (6 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
BRI IRL ISL JMY NOR SVB  
 
 
 

North American NDB DX Awards (18 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
AB AK BC GRL MA MB ME NB NC NJ  
NL NS NT NU ON PE QC SPM  
 
 

Caribbean / Central American NDB DX Awards (5 qualifying countries)

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

South American NDB DX Awards (1 qualifying countries)

Available in the following categories:
Countries
1
3
5
10
NDB List Country codes Order
BRA  
 
 
 

Scandinavian NDB Award (3 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

UK and Irish NDB Award (1 qualifying signals)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs located in the United Kingdom (including Northern Ireland, the Channel Island, the Isle of Man and the Shetland Islands) and the republic of Ireland at the following levels:
NDBs Qualifying Signals Order
20
40
80
120

North of 60 Award (79 qualifying signals)

LT Award

This certificate recognises reception of a single NDBs: LT on 305 KHz, at Alert, Nunavut, in Canada. This is the highest latitude NDB known in the Northern Hemisphere.
NDB
LT-305
KHz ID Location S/P ITU GSQ Lon Lat Pwr Miles KM Date UTC Order
305 LT Alert Bay NU CAN FR82vm 62.2083°W 82.5208°N 1000 1956 3148 2008-12-02 1157 [icon]

Transatlantic DX Awards (120 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.

Canadian Transcontinental NDB DX Award (1 qualifying pairs of NDBs)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs on Pacific and Atlantic coasts of Canada (i.e. British Columbia and any of the Maritime Provinces). Qualifying beacons must be in these provinces but do not have to literally be on the shoreline.
Stations East Coast West Coast Order
1 on each coast  
2 on each coast      
4 on each coast      
6 on each coast      

US Transcontinental NDB DX Award (5 qualifying pairs of NDBs)

This certificate recognises reception of NDBs on Pacific and Atlantic coasts of continental United States. Qualifying beacons must be in states with oceanic shorelibes (excluding the Gulf of Mexico).
Stations East Coast West Coast Order
1 on each coast  
2 on each coast  
3 on each coast  
4 on each coast  

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