Rules of the KCJA-Millennium Edition certificate
for radio amateurs outside Japan.
(KEYMEN'S CLUB OF JAPAN)
(as of Oct 1,2001)
Keymen's Century of Japan Award (KCJA class 100) is available to
amateur radio operators who have 100 confirmations for working
different Japanese prefectures on CW mode,under the restriction
that one prefecture is valid once on a band.
* Cross-band contacts are not accepted.
* Contacts via satellites are regarded as a separate band.
* All contacts must be made from the same DXCC entity.
* Multiple callsigns could be combined provided that an applicant
can prove his (or her) station history.
Stickers are provided in multiples of 50 between 100 and 400 KCJA
credits, in multiples of 25 between 400 and 600 credits, and in
multiples of 10 above 600 KCJA credits.
This rule is also applied to SWL with necessary modifications.
An applicant should submit a confirmation list, in which callsign,
date,time,band,mode and RST of confirmations should be filled.
The application form is available from the KCJ web site
the award manager with a SAE and an IRC.
An application for KCJA class 100 (basic) will be charged a fee of
4 IRCs or US$4.
For an additional endorsement, a charge of 2 IRCs or US$2 is required.
162 Shionosawa, Kohata, Nihonmatsu, Fukushima 964-0203 Japan
(KCJA-me Version: Feb 2011)