Worked All Members (2022)

This is an almost year-long award scheme open to SDARC (and invited clubs) Members only. It aims to encourage on-air operating, to have some competitive fun playing radio, to raise the profile of SDARC on the air and to reward members making consistent use of their radio gear. Go on, THIS year, why don’t YOU have a go!!

Please be aware that it can take a minute or so for your QSOs to appear in the league table. Please only upload QSOs within a sensible time frame. There is no need to upload your entire log of 100,000 QSOs from 1976 as they aren’t counted.

From time to time we may manually adjudicate your entries and correct any incorrectly logged. You may find your totals change.



To work as many MEMBERS as you can during the Award period, to encourage some competitive fun playing radio, to raise the on-air profile of the club, and to reward members making use of their radio gear.

You will need to upload your ADIF log from time to time so that we can process it and update the league tables. We will automatically calculate who is a member from our master list so you don’t need to worry about how you log it.

If you are an SWL and have yet to gain your licence, you can still take part! Just use “SWL” and some short suffix not already in use. Could be your year of birth or something else distinctive. EG: SWL1066.


QSOs may be made at any time from 1st JANUARY to 30th NOVEMBER 2022.


Log ALL QSOs under your own Full Call Sign. QSOs made using your SCC (Short Contest Call) are OK but must be assigned to your main callsign via the Operator field in your log.


ANY allocated UK Amateur Band from DC to Light.


Contacts made where YOU used an RF signal on an Amateur band at your end. The propagation of your signal to the other end of the QSO could be a direct RF link (eg 20m or 6M) or could be RF through a repeater (including a Satellite) or even could be a mode that uses an Internet segment (eg DMR or Echolink).
The ONLY other Limitation: No remote, automatic, or unattended operation.


We will categorise your QSO automatically into one of the following…


Band Collections

We will categorise your QSO automatically into one of the following…



Power does not matter this year. You will be bound by your licence class.


Work as many members as you can. You will get ONE point per member, per mode, per band collection per day. You have 16 opportunities per member, per day to score a point.


There will be 17 possible winning scenarios however, we will only issue 6 certificates. The first is the overall winner (highest total score) and the “top 5” scoring band/mode combinations as these will be highly contested.


QSOs will not normally need validating but Judges reserve the right to request confirmation. The Judges’ decision in all matters is final. By entering, you agree that results & photos may be sent to Radcom & the SDARC website.

Frequently Asked Questions

Should I log my participation in a net? – Yes, log all the participants you made contact with. Perhaps even give signal reports (from the repeater input) if you can.

Will you automatically handle portable stations – Yes. We’ve done our best to clean callsigns to exclude suffixes. We support /A /P /M /MM. If there are others in wide use then we can add those. If you are not sure, exclude the suffix.

What about modified callsigns or SCC? – This is a hobby so a best effort has been made here. We will match the callsign that is registered with the club and some kind of foreign prefix. EG: F/M1DST or even F/M1DST/P if you were to log it that way. These will score points. We do not currently support regional modifiers. EG: MW1DST or short contest calls (SCC) EG: M1N. They will not count for points this year due to the work required to check them all. Sorry.


The online table at will show progress. Awards will be presented at the Club Christmas Dinner.

Happy Hunting! Have Fun! Good Luck!

League Table

Club Winner
Overall Winner

Activity Table

This table shows which members have been logged and how many times. We also give an indication as to the last time they were logged on the air. This might be useful if you are looking for that elusive club member.