Special Operation — JARL Stations


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  1. Categories
  2. There are some types of the JARL stations. Some prefectural branches own their self-sustaining stations.

    JARL Stations by Types
    AreaCentralDistrictSupportBeaconFoxOthers by JARL HQOthers by Prefectural Branches
    1 JA1RL   JA1YRL JA1IGY JL1YDT-YDY
    JN1YPV,YPW
    JQ1ZKT-ZKZ
    • Antarctica
      8J1RF, RL, ex-8J1RM
    • Satellite
      8J1JCS, ex-8J1JAS, JBS
    • Library
      JA1YAA
    • Space Telecommand
      JJ1ZUU, JS1YAX, ex-JJ1ZUT
    • Lab
      ex- JN1YVS-YVU
    • Satellite "JAS-1" Development (Satellite Itself)
      ex-JJ1ZOH
    • Satellite "JAS-1" Development (Moval)
      ex- JJ1ZOJ-JJ1ZOO
    • D-STAR Trial/Demo
      ex- JQ1YFA-YFJ
    • "1959 Tokyo International Trade Fair,"
      and after that, one of the three "JARL Central Stations" at that time
      ex-JA1CSQ
    • Saitama
      JS1YBT
    • Yamanashi
      JE1ZRL
    2   JA2RL JA2YRL JA2IGY ex- JG2YCO-YCT  
    • Mie
      JJ2YJC
    3   JA3RL JA3YRL ex-JA3IGY ex- JJ3YGE-YGJ
    • Preparation for the 8N#HQs in the IARU HF World Championship Contest
      JL3YSF (Nada-ward, Kobe-city),
      JL3YSG (Miki-city)
    • Kyoto
      JE3ZPZ
    • Wakayama
      JH3YCD
    4   JA4RL JH4YRL JA4IGY ex- JR4YMJ-YMO    
    5   JA5RL JA5YRL JE5IGY ex- JH5YXB-YXG  
    • Ehime
      JA5ZRN
    6   JA6RL JH6ZRL ex-JA6IGY ex- JE6ZXP-ZXU    
    7   JA7RL JA7YRL JA7IGY ex- JR7YZQ-YZV    
    8   JA8RL JH8ZRL JA8IGY ex- JH8ZEJ-ZEO    
    9   JA9RL JA9YRL ex-JA9IGY ex- JA9ZRA-ZRE,
    ex-JA9ZZA
     
    • Toyama
      JH9YAA
    0   JA0RL JR0ZAX JA0IGY ex- JH0ZNI-ZNN
    • JR0ZGS
     
    JR6   JR6RL          
    JD1(Included in Area 1)

    In addition, the following stations are licensed for the JARL, while volunteers maintain them in a lot of cases:
    (1) all repeaters,
    (2) all remote controllers for repeaters,
    (3) most of the special event stations and
    (4) guidance stations (see the page of "Guidance Stations").

    JA1RL: https://www.google.co.jp/maps/@35.7285267,139.7290369,47m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en
    JA3RL: https://www.google.co.jp/maps/@34.8093018,135.4407677,66m/data=!3m1!1e3?hl=en

  3. QSL Examples
  4. These JARL stations usually issues artistic QSL cards.

    Examples of JARL Stations' QSL
    Central

    JA1RL
     
    District
     
    JA2RL

    JA3RL

    JA4RL

    JA5RL

    JA6RL

    JA7RL

    JA8RL

    JA9RL

    JA0RL

    JR6RL
     
    Support

    JA1YRL

    JA2YRL

    JA3YRL

    JH4YRL

    JA5YRL

    JH6ZRL

    JA7YRL

    JH8ZRL

    JA9YRL

    JR0ZAX
    Miscellaneous

    JA1YAA
    (Library)

    JA9ZRA-ZRE
    (Fox)
     


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Nov. 23, 2018, Ryota "Roy" Motobayashi, JJ1WTL