Special Operation — Beacons


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The list (in Japanese) is at http://www.jarl.or.jp/Japanese/1_Tanoshimo/1-6_beacon/beacon.htm.

  1. JARL's
  2. Each beacon station operated by the JARL in each area 1-0 has a JA#IGY-type call sign.
    But only in the 5th area, JE5IGY is used, because JA5IGY had been still alive as individual's call sign at that time (now already expired and vacated).


    A QSL of JA1IGY for reception reports

  3. The Others'
  4. Each beacon station operated by an individual or a club uses owner's call sign.
    A designator "/B" is not popular in Japan.
    However, the JARL recommends to register them to the beacon list above.
    Following stations are registered there.


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Feb. 24, 2013, Ryota "Roy" Motobayashi, JJ1WTL