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    8J17CALL - Tokyo - Japan - Amateur Radio Club

    Radio Amateurs members of JS1YEY 7 CALL Amateur Radio Club will be active with special call 8J17CALL from Tokyo, Japan, starting 23 April 2020, celebrating 30 anniversary of Japan non standard format call signs.
    They will operate on HF Bands.
    Information received from Satoshi Yamaguchi, 7M4VQJ President of 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club.



    8J17CALL Tokyo, Japan
    73 Al 4L5A
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    Dear Sir/Madam,


    Hello!
    This is 7M4VQJ, Satoshi from 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club (JS1YEY), Tokyo based club station organized by Japanese 7-CALL amateurs.
    7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.

    Our club operates 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station "8J17CALL" from 23rd April, 2020 to cerebrate 30th Anniversary of Japanese 7-CALL issuance.
    The special station is also known as a brand new prefix "8J17" according to the WPX regulation.

    Please kindly refer to the hyperlink below for monthly performance of 8J17CALL for April-May, 2020.
    https://7-call.com/news20200523

    For Twitter user:
    https://twitter.com/JS1YEY/status/1263848820611268609
    Welcome your retweeting!!

    For details of our club and the special station:
    https://7-call.com/en
    (English and Chinese available)

    We highly appreciate if you could share this information through your channel.
    Thank you very much for your attention and we hope to hearing from you on the air.


    Sincerely,

    7M4VQJ / Satoshi YAMAGUCHI
    Public Relations, 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club
    73 Al 4L5A

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      Hello!
      This is 7M4VQJ, Satoshi from 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club (JS1YEY), Tokyo based club station organized by Japanese 7-CALL amateurs.
      7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.

      --- News Release from here to copy & paste ---
      [News Release] 8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station 2nd Shack opened
      7-CALL Amateur Radio Club has started operation for 2nd Shack of 8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station on 11th July, 2020.
      (According to Japanese radio law, portable station license is limited up to 50W and over 50W operation shall obtain a separate station license with fixed station address respectively)

      The new shack has been approved by Kanto Bureau of Telecommunications at 7th July, 2020.

      7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.
      There are only 17,583 7-CALL stations (just 6.81% of overall issued 7-CALLs) still exist as of the end of 2019.

      Our club is going to promote 30th Anniversary of Japanese 7-CALL issuance with the special station until 22nd April, 2021.
      The special station is also known as a brand new WPX.

      More detail:
      https://7-call.com/news20200712

      Twitter:
      https://twitter.com/JS1YEY/status/1281993604613804041
      Welcome your retweeting!!

      About us:
      7-call.com/en
      (English and Chinese available)

      Thank you for your attention to us!

      8J17CALL / JS1YEY
      7-CALL Amateur Radio Club
      7-call.com
      73 Al 4L5A

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        #4
        Dear Sir/Madam,


        Hello!
        This is 7M4VQJ, Satoshi from 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club (JS1YEY), Tokyo based club station organized by Japanese 7-CALL amateurs.
        7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.


        [News Release] Monthly performance of 8J17CALL for June-July, 2020

        Please be advised that monthly performance of 8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station for June-July, 2020 (23rd June to 22nd July, 2020) are as follows;

        Monthly result in this period is 2,527 QSOs including 184 DX QSOs.
        Thank you for your calling us from all over the world!

        Overall result from the beginning is 7,040 QSOs including 473 DX QSOs as of 22nd June, 2020.

        7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.
        There are only 17,583 7-CALL stations (just 6.81% of overall issued 7-CALLs) still exist as of the end of 2019.

        Our club is going to promote 30th Anniversary of Japanese 7-CALL issuance with the special station until 22nd April, 2021.
        The special station is also known as a brand new WPX.
        73 Al 4L5A

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          #5
          Hello!
          This is 7M4VQJ, Satoshi from 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club (JS1YEY), Tokyo based club station organized by Japanese 7-CALL amateurs.
          7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.

          --- News Release from here to copy & paste ---
          [News Release] 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club Experience station approved
          8J1YAB, 7-CALL Amateur Radio Club Experience station has been approved by Kanto Bureau of Telecommunications on 3rd August, 2020.

          Experience station is newly established system authorized by the Japanese Radio Law.
          Under this special permission, even unlicensed people are allowed to operate the experience station under the supervising of licensed amateur.
          This new operation aims to promote experience on wireless communication technology, especially for younger people.

          There are only a few approved experience station cases in all Japan and 8J1YAB is 2nd case in Greater Tokyo.

          7-CALL Amateur Radio Club (JS1YEY) is Tokyo based club station organized by Japanese 7-CALL amateurs.

          7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7″ and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.
          There are only 17,583 7-CALL stations (just 6.81% of overall issued 7-CALLs) still exist as of the end of 2019.
          73 Al 4L5A

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            8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station 3rd Shack opened
            7-CALL Amateur Radio Club has started operation for 3rd Shack of 8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station on 3rd August, 2020.
            (According to Japanese radio law, portable station license is limited up to 50W and over 50W operation shall obtain a separate station license with fixed station address respectively)

            The new shack has been approved by Kanto Bureau of Telecommunications at 3rd August, 2020.

            7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.
            There are only 17,583 7-CALL stations (just 6.81% of overall issued 7-CALLs) still exist as of the end of 2019.

            Our club is going to promote 30th Anniversary of Japanese 7-CALL issuance with the special station until 22nd April, 2021.
            The special station is also known as a brand new WPX.
            73 Al 4L5A

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              [News Release] Monthly performance of 8J17CALL for July-August, 2020

              Please be advised that monthly performance of 8J17CALL, 7-CALL 30th Anniversary Special station for July-August, 2020 (23rd July to 22nd August, 2020) are as follows;

              Monthly result in this period is 2,231 QSOs including 253 DX QSOs.
              Thank you for your calling us from all over the world!

              Overall result from the beginning is 9,271 QSOs including 726 DX QSOs as of 22nd August, 2020.

              7-CALL is Japanese callsign starting with “7" and it is a symbol of the golden age of Japanese amateur radio history.
              There are only 17,583 7-CALL stations (just 6.81% of overall issued 7-CALLs) still exist as of the end of 2019.
              73 Al 4L5A

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