The first large scale Asian–African or Afro Asian Conference also known
the Bandung Conference was a meeting of Asian and African Nations, most
of which were newly independent, which took place on April 18–24, 1955
in Bandung, Indonesia.
The twenty-five countries that participated at
the Bandung Conference represented nearly one-quarter of the Earth's
land surface and a total population of 1.5 billion people. The
conference was organized by Indonesia, Burma, Pakistan, Ceylon (Sri
Lanka), and India and was coordinated by Ruslan Abdulgani, secretary
general of the Indonesian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The conference's Nations aims were to
promote Afro-Asian economic and
cultural cooperation and to oppose colonialism or neocolonialism by any
nation. The conference was an important step towards the Non-Aligned
ASIAN-AFRICAN CONFERENCE AWARD issued
by INDONESIAN AMATEUR RADIO
ORGANIZATION, WEST JAVA, for Commemoration Asian-African Conference
with the as following rules :
- The AAC Award my be claimed by Worldwide Amateur
Radio Station who have a valid license.
- Apply the AAC Award must be successfully contact QSOs with
Amateur Radio Station at least 15 Country participants
AA Conference, the number of countries which successfully contact QSO
will print in the AAC Award.
- Award fee for Amateur Radio of abroad since 1st
USD$ 15.0 (Fifteen US Dollars) per award, please send fee via paypal
[email protected] on behalf ASIAN AFRICAN CONFERENCE AWARD.
- Award fee for Indonesian Amateur Radio members Rp.
Hundred Thousand Rupiah) per award, please send fee via Bank
Mandiri 132-00-1203808-0 on behalf ORARI DAERAH JAWA BARAT or such as
point 4. above equivalent Rp. 100.000,- receipt bank transfer please
send via email to [email protected]
- The Log Sheet should be sent to :
claim more than one award from
available, Individual log sheet must be made for each claimed category.
Claims for AAC award can be made in several categories as follows :
should engage communication with
Station from 28 countries that are participated in the Asian-African
1955. The communication should at least take place with 15 of the 28,
one of which must include a QSO with an Indonesian Amateur Radio
- All Band All Mode (mixed)
- All Band CW
- All Band Digital
- All Band Phone
- 10 Meter All Mode
- 10 Meter CW
- 10 Meter Digital
- 10 Meter Phone
- 15 Meter All Mode
- 15 Meter CW
- 15 Meter Digital
- 15 Meter Phone
- 20 Meter All Mode
- 20 Meter CW
- 20 Meter Digital
- 20 Meter Phone
- 40 Meter All Mode
- 40 Meter CW
- 40 Meter Digital
- 40 Meter Phone
- 80 Meter All Mode
- 80 Meter CW
- 80 Meter Digital
- 80 Meter Phone
- 160 Meter All Mode
- 160 Meter CW
- 160 Meter Digital
- 160 Meter Phone
Each Contact QSO
only used to claim one
category (not be reused for other categories).
applicable after 18th April 1955 until
As some countries
have more than one prefix in the
valid prefix are applicable for claiming the AAC Award (i.e.
Indonesia : YB/YE, YC/YF, YD/YG, YH).
The bands used
for claiming this award are 10, 12,
15, 17, 20, 40
and 80 meters. Digital mode will be carried out using RTTY, PSK,
log sheet form is provided, It can also be self-made, The information
should include Your data of the station, operator, callsign, band,
mode, address and email along with complete of data QSOs such as
Callsign, Date, Time, Band dan Mode. logsheet download here.
The following Participating
countries Asia Africa Conference
For furture information please drop Your email to
LUCK FOR ACC AWARD HUNTING
Regards, 73 de AAC Award