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This theme includes seven activities—
  • Log 50 VHF/UHF contacts with
    unique amateur radio stationUnique means a call sign can only appear once in the log and a station with multiple call signs cannot count more than once
    . You may use any mode on the VHF bands (30MHz to 3GHz).
  • Log contacts with unique amateur radio stations in three of the
    home countriesEngland, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man, Jersey and Guernsey
    . You may use any mode on any band.
  • Log 50 HF contacts with unique amateur radio stations using CW or Phone modes. You may use any HF (3MHz to 30MHz) band.
  • Log 50 HF contacts with unique amateur radio stations using
    digital data modesValid digital modes include any text-based digital mode generated using a computer, mobile device or terminal. Digital image or voice modes do not count
    . You may use any HF (3MHz to 30MHz) band.
  • Log 10 contacts with unique amateur radio stations using SSTV or FSTV image modes. You may use any band.
  • Log 10 contacts with unique amateur radio stations using
    digital voice modesThe contacts can traverse the internet, but must originate from an amateur radio transceiver using RF in to a repeater, gateway, or node. Signals originating from a computer, or mobile device, do not count
    contacts. You may use any band.
  • Log a contact through a satellite, or with the International Space Station. You may use any mode on any band.






This theme includes five activities—
  • Activate a Summits on the Air (SOTA)
    summitThe activation must follow the SOTA rules to qualify
    . You may use any mode on any band
  • Log contacts with unique amateur radio stations in 20 different Worked All Britain (WAB)
    squaresThe contacts made must follow the Worked All Britain rules to qualify
    . You may use any mode on any band
  • Log ten successful contacts with unique stations in one
    contestThe contacts made must be in accordance with the relevant contest rules to qualify
    . You may use any mode on any band
  • Help set-up and/or tear-down a special event station
  • Operate and/or log at a special event station
This theme includes six activities that should be completed with your chosen Club Scheme club—
  • Attend six club meetings
  • Take part in six club nets
  • Undertake a role in the club on a regular basis—this can be anything from making the tea each week, to holding a position on the committee
  • Make a presentation to the club on any amateur radio related subject of your choice
  • Take part in a RAYNET event
  • Help organise an activity for the club
This theme includes two activities—
  • Build a piece of amateur radio-related electronic or mechanical equipment for your shack
  • Write an amateur radio-related piece of software that you can use in your shack, or a website
This theme includes three activities—
  • Introduce somebody to the hobby who starts a Foundation course
  • Attend a rally, or exhibition, to promote your chosen Club Scheme club
  • Help run a training course at your chosen Club Scheme club by teaching, supporting, running practical sessions, or invigilating