DXCC Card Checking
QSL cards for all current and deleted DXCC entities dating back to November 15, 1945 can be checked by ARRL Field Card Checkers, including cards for 160 meters.
There are three ways to apply for the DXCC award:
The hybrid application submission (paper cards combined with Logbook of the World) has been discontinued. Each submission is now a separate application with separate fees for each one.
As it is less expensive (see http://www.arrl.org/dxcc-awards-fees), most applicants for the DXCC prefer the "online application" over the "traditional paper cards application".
To start the "online application," go to http://www.arrl.org/online-dxcc-application .
After completing the online DXCC application, applicants may take their cards and forms together with an SASE (leaving off the return address) addressed to:
ARRL DXCC Desk
225 Main Street
Newington, CT USA 06111
to one of the Arizona ARRL Field Card Checkers:
Reinhard Geissler, K7RGG
3449 East Delcoa Dr.
Phoenix, AZ 85032- 6114
Jim Zimmerman, N6KZ
778 Grapevine Lane
Prescott, AZ 86305-3869
Ronald Cade, W6ZQ
39676 Winding Trail Dr.
Saddlebrooke, AZ 85739-2252
714 460-3803 (mobile)
Jess Colvin, AI9L
10025 N. Avenida Martin
Kingman, AZ 86409
ARRL maintains a DXCC FAQ list at http://www.arrl.org/dxcc-faq
In addition to DXCC applications, ARRL Field Card Checkers may also check applications for the following programs:
Worked All Zones (WAZ) Card Checking
Mike Fulcher, KC7V, checks cards for CQ Magazine's Worked All Zones (WAZ) Awards. Mike's contact info is available at QRZ.com.
Central Arizona DX Association