SKCC PFX Award!
Burke Jones, NØHYD, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from Kansas, USA. Contact him at [email protected].
As I have been documenting on the blog I have really been having fun using a straight key and chasing other SKCC members on the band. Right now I have worked 78 members, I just need 22 more to get my Centurion award.
On the way to this achievement I was able to work enough unique call prefixes to earn the PFX award. The basic way this works is that each unique call sign prefix is equal in points to their SKCC number. For example my SKCC number is 8033, so my N0 prefix would be worth 8,033 points.
For this first award you need to collect 500,000 points – which I have been able to do.
If you enjoy CW and want to work a bunch or really nice guys, and great operators you really need to get involved with this club. It is FREE to get involved with. Just visit http://www.skccgroup.com and get your number!
Congratulations on your PFX Award! Also, thank you for your very kind words about the SKCC Group and it’s members. Keep having fun and enjoy the many new friends you are making.
72/73 and Good Health, Jeff K9JP SKCC #3008S
Indeed, real fun this group.
See who is behind the transceiver on http://www.obriensweb.com/sked/index.php?board=skcc
It is an easy way to contact members. And a good initiative form those who made the page available. Put it in your bookmarks. 😉