Nieuwe Award Manager
We hebben een nieuwe award manager bij de DARU, Martin Moerman PD1AJE.
Martin komt uit Den Haag en is vooral aktief met PSK31 op zowel HF - VHF en UHF.
We have a new award manager at the DARU in the person of Martin Moerman - PD1AJE.
Martin will help us with the handling of the DARU award and possibly with other matters.
Martin is active on HF, VHF and UHF in the digital modes PSK31, etc.
We wish Martin good luck with this job!
Dutch Amateur Radio Union Awards
The DARU (Dutch Amateur Radio Union) will issue certificates for QSO’s made after 10‐10‐2010. After this date the new Dutch Kingdom Constitution came in effect and with that 5 new DXCC‐countries joined de Kingdom. The kingdom as a whole may be small, but not many countries in the world consist out of more then one DXCC. For that reason the Worked Dutch Kingdom Certificate is quite unique.
We issue the certificates in a wide range of types like:
1.e Mixed all modes
2. Single HF‐Hambands(160‐80‐40‐30‐20‐17‐15‐12‐10)
2.e Mixed all modes
3. Mixed VHF‐Hambands(6m and/or 2m)
3.e Mixed all modes
4. Single VHF‐Hambands(6m or 2m)
4.e Mixed all modes
How to apply WDKC Certificate?
Mail your application including scanned QSL-cards and/or LOTW print screen and/or EQSL
(Authentity Guaranteed) print-screen to our award manager mailto:
After checking the cards/printouts the certificate will be emailed to you as a printable
PDF-file, the certificate are issued FREE of charge.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact us.
Application / Awards Claim Worksheet
- Award / Certificate:
- Type of award / certificate:
- Call sign:
- E-mail address:
- including computer printout (real-card / LoTW / eQSL)
Contest Award yearly
On behalf of the Dutch Amateur Radio Union (DARU) we would like to invite you and your fellow radio amateurs to participate in a new annual HF Contest which is scheduled to take place, on the first weekend of June. The purpose of this contest is to show the consistency of the countries within the Kingdom of The Netherlands to the rest of the world, also give Dutch amateurs residing abroad a role in it , and last but not least, we also want to show young people how versatile and interesting our radio hobby can be.