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«The first radio line: Hogland i. – Kotka» award

Hogland-Kotka Award
(for receiving Russian and Finnish amateur radio stations)

«The first radio line: Hogland i. – Kotka» award was established by the Russian International Short Wave Listener Club (RSWLC) and is awarded for receiving various Russian and Finnish amateur radio stations.

On February 6, 1900, Popov's assistant P.N.Rybkin, who was at the radio station of the Hogland island (Russia), off the coast of which the «Ermak» icebreaker was standing, received a radiogram from Popov from the radio station of the Kotka city (Finland): «To the commander of the Ermak icebreaker. An ice floe with fifty fishermen was torn off near Lavansaari. Immediately assist in the rescue of these people.» «Ermak» went to sea and saved the fishermen. Thus, the first practical radio program allowed saving the lives of fifty people.

Radio communications conducted by any type of emission on any amateur bands since January 1, 2019 are counted. Repeated receivings on a different range and a different type of emission are not counted.

To obtain a award, applicants must meet the terms:

The award is issued to SWL and operators of amateur radio stations in the form of an electronic image file.

The application for obtaining a award is submitted in electronic form on the basis of an extract from the log. An extract from the log is compiled in the chronological order of receivings, indicating all the basic data on radio communications. Application file format: *.docx, *.xlsx.

Questions on the terms the award and the application can be sent to .

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