BRAZILIAN YL AWARD
(Rules - review 4)
BRYLA Award will be issued to radio amateurs in two levels
1- Basic Level: Proof of 5 different Brazilian YLs Contacted
(example: PS7AQF, PS7YL, PU5ICE, PT2TF, PP5ASN)
2- EXCELLENCE level: A special SEAL, obliterated in 1977 during the Radio Amateur Day over Green and Yellow
ribbons to be glued on the Basic Award, will be issued to whom confirms QSOs with 10 DX YLs of, at least 3
different Continents besides the 5 PY YLs already listed.
(example: CX, LU, CE,PY,ZP (South America) DL,F,EA (Europe) K,W , VE (North America)
Contacts can be made in any mode or any HF bands and in accordance with international regulations of Amateur
Requests of BRYLA should be made by LOG (sample) authenticated by a recognized amateur radio
organization or certified by two radio amateurs after confering paper QSL or electronic log (sample eQSL and
NR - Call - D M Y - UTC - Country - Continent - Mhz - Mode - RST .
BRYLA may also be applied by SWLs.
When applying, please send a QSL for BRYLA's records and 5 IRC's or the equivalent in $US for return postage
NOTE: If you wish, your BRYLA award will be sent to you, only via e-mail, in JPEG format, Totally Free, so, no
need you send me IRC or $US
Natal. RN 11 - january 2012
PS7DX, Ed - BRYLA Award Manager