The Italian PSK Award Series (ITPA) was devised by the European PSK Club on 6th May 2008. This was to sponsor a series of PSK awards based on the administrative geography of Italy. Any award in this series may be claimed by any licensed radio amateur, club station or SWL eligible under the EPC Awards General Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted or monitored amateur radio stations in Italy on PSK modes. Credit will be given for contacts made on any of the amateur bands below 30 MHz. Contacts with EPC members count on or after 10th June 2006.




EU Areas within Italy
EU Areas within Mainland Italy
I1 Province of Alessandria (Region of Piedmont) IT01
I1 Province of Asti (Region of Piedmont) IT02
I1 Province of Biella (Region of Piedmont) IT03
I1 Province of Cuneo (Region of Piedmont) IT04
I1 Province of Genoa (Region of Liguria) IT05
I1 Province of Imperia (Region of Liguria) IT06
I1 Province of La Spezia (Region of Liguria) IT07
I1 Province of Novara (Region of Piedmont) IT08
I1 Province of Savona (Region of Liguria) IT09
I1 Province of Turin (Region of Piedmont) IT10
I1 Province of Verbano-Cusio-Ossola (Region of Piedmont) IT11
I1 Province of Vercelli (Region of Piedmont) IT12
I2 Province of Bergamo (Region of Lombardy) IT13
I2 Province of Brescia (Region of Lombardy) IT14
I2 Province of Como (Region of Lombardy) IT15
I2 Province of Cremona (Region of Lombardy) IT16
I2 Province of Lecco (Region of Lombardy) IT17
I2 Province of Lodi (Region of Lombardy) IT18
I2 Province of Mantua (Region of Lombardy) IT19
I2 Province of Milan (Region of Lombardy) IT20
I2 Province of Pavia (Region of Lombardy) IT21
I2 Province of Sondrio (Region of Lombardy) IT22
I2 Province of Varese (Region of Lombardy) IT23
I3 Province of Belluno (Region of Veneto) IT24
I3 Province of Padua (Region of Veneto) IT25
I3 Province of Rovigo (Region of Veneto) IT26
I3 Province of Treviso (Region of Veneto) IT27
I3 Province of Venice (Region of Veneto) IT28
I3 Province of Verona (Region of Veneto) IT29
I3 Province of Vicenza (Region of Veneto) IT30
I4 Province of Bologna (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT31
I4 Province of Ferrara (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT32
I4 Province of Forlì-Cesena (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT33
I4 Province of Modena (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT34
I4 Province of Parma (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT35
I4 Province of Piacenza (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT36
I4 Province of Ravenna (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT37
I4 Province of Reggio Emilia (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT38
I4 Province of Rimini (Region of Emilia-Romagna) IT39
I5 Province of Arezzo (Region of Tuscany) IT40
I5 Province of Florence (Region of Tuscany) IT41
I5 Province of Grosseto (Region of Tuscany) IT42
I5 Province of Livorno (Region of Tuscany) IT43
I5 Province of Lucca (Region of Tuscany) IT44
I5 Province of Massa-Carrara (Region of Tuscany) IT45
I5 Province of Pisa (Region of Tuscany) IT46
I5 Province of Pistoia (Region of Tuscany) IT47
I5 Province of Prato (Region of Tuscany) IT48
I5 Province of Siena (Region of Tuscany) IT49
I6 Province of Ancona (Region of Marche) IT50
I6 Province of Ascoli Piceno (Region of Marche) IT51
I6 Province of Chieti (Region of Abruzzo) IT52
I6 Province of L'Aquila (Region of Abruzzo) IT53
I6 Province of Macerata (Region of Marche) IT54
I6 Province of Pesaro and Urbino (Region of Marche) IT55
I6 Province of Pescara (Region of Abruzzo) IT56
I6 Province of Teramo (Region of Abruzzo) IT57
I7 Province of Bari (Region of Apulia) IT58
I7 Province of Brindisi (Region of Apulia) IT59
I7 Province of Foggia (Region of Apulia) IT60
I7 Province of Lecce (Region of Apulia) IT61
I7 Province of Matera (Region of Basilicata) IT62
I7 Province of Taranto (Region of Apulia) IT63
I8 Province of Avellino (Region of Campania) IT64
I8 Province of Benevento (Region of Campania) IT65
I8 Province of Campobasso (Region of Molise) IT66
I8 Province of Caserta (Region of Campania) IT67
I8 Province of Catanzaro (Region of Calabria) IT68
I8 Province of Cosenza (Region of Calabria) IT69
I8 Province of Crotone (Region of Calabria) IT70
I8 Province of Isernia (Region of Molise) IT71
I8 Province of Naples (Region of Campania) IT72
I8 Province of Potenza (Region of Basilicata) IT73
I8 Province of Reggio Calabria (Region of Calabria) IT74
I8 Province of Salerno (Region of Campania) IT75
I8 Province of Vibo Valentia (Region of Calabria) IT76
Province of Frosinone (Region of Lazio) IT77
Province of Latina (Region of Lazio) IT78
Province of Perugia (Region of Umbria) IT79
Province of Rieti (Region of Lazio) IT80
Province of Rome (Region of Lazio) IT81
Province of Terni (Region of Umbria) IT82
Province of Viterbo (Region of Lazio) IT83
IN3 Province of Bolzano-Bozen (Region of Trentino-Alto Adige) IT84
IN3 Province of Trento (Region of Trentino-Alto Adige) IT85
IV3 Province of Gorizia (Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia) IT86
IV3 Province of Pordenone (Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia) IT87
IV3 Province of Trieste (Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia) IT88
IV3 Province of Udine (Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia) IT89
IX1 Province of Aosta (Region of Aosta Valley) IT90
I2 Province of Monza and Brianza (Region of Lombardy) IT91
I6 Province of Fermo (Region of Marche) IT92
I7 Province of Barletta-Andria-Trani (Region of Apulia) IT93
EU Areas within Sicily Island
IT9 Province of Agrigento SI01
IT9 Province of Caltanissetta SI02
IT9 Province of Catania SI03
IT9 Province of Enna SI04
IT9 Province of Messina SI05
IT9 Province of Palermo SI06
IT9 Province of Ragusa SI07
IT9 Province of Syracuse SI08
IT9 Province of Trapani SI09
EU Areas within Sardinia Island
ISØ Province of Cagliari SD01
ISØ Province of Nuoro SD02
ISØ Province of Oristano SD03
ISØ Province of Sassari SD04
ISØ Province of Carbonia-Iglesias SD05
ISØ Province of Medio Campidano SD06
ISØ Province of Ogliastra SD07
ISØ Province of Olbia-Tempio SD08
ITPA - Italian PSK Award
The ITPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within mainland Italy by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The ITPA IX Award may be claimed for contacts with 10 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA VIII Award - for contacts with 20 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA VII Award - for contacts with 30 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA VI Award - for contacts with 40 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA V Award - for contacts with 50 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA IV Award - for contacts with 60 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA III Award - for contacts with 70 EU areas (provinces), the ITPA II Award - for contacts with 80 EU areas (provinces), and the ITPA I Award - for contacts with all 90 EU areas (provinces) of mainland Italy. Contacts with stations from Pantelleria Island (IH9) and Pelagie Islands (IG9) can be used as «Jokers». Each «Joker» can replace any 1 (one) missing mainland Italian EU Area. Only 1 (one) QSO with Pantelleria Island, and 1 (one) QSO with Pelagie Islands is allowed for whole ITPA Award Series. Contacted stations from the Pantelleria and Pelagie Islands don't need to be members of the EPC.

















ITRPA - Italian Regions PSK Award
The ITRPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various Italian Regions by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The ITRPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 10 regions, the ITRPA II Award - for contacts with 15 regions, and the ITRPA I Award - for contacts with all 20 regions of Italy.

Regions of Italy:
Region of Abruzzo IT52, IT53, IT56, IT57
Region of Aosta Valley IT90
Region of Apulia IT58, IT59, IT60, IT61, IT63, IT93
Region of Basilicata IT62, IT73
Region of Calabria IT68, IT69, IT70, IT74, IT76
Region of Campania IT64, IT65, IT67, IT72, IT75
Region of Emilia-Romagna IT31, IT32, IT33, IT34, IT35, IT36, IT37, IT38, IT39
Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia IT86, IT87, IT88, IT89
Region of Lazio IT77, IT78, IT80, IT81, IT83
Region of Liguria IT05, IT06, IT07, IT09
Region of Lombardy IT13, IT14, IT15, IT16, IT17, IT18, IT19, IT20, IT21, IT22, IT23, IT91
Region of Marche IT50, IT51, IT54, IT55, IT92
Region of Molise IT66, IT71
Region of Piedmont IT01, IT02, IT03, IT04, IT08, IT10, IT11, IT12
Region of Sardinia SD01, SD02, SD03, SD04, SD05, SD06, SD07, SD08
Region of Sicily SI01, SI02, SI03, SI04, SI05, SI06, SI07, SI08, SI09
Region of Trentino-Alto Adige IT84, IT85
Region of Tuscany IT40, IT41, IT42, IT43, IT44, IT45, IT46, IT47, IT48, IT49
Region of Umbria IT79, IT82
Region of Veneto IT24, IT25, IT26, IT27, IT28, IT29, IT30





EUTIA - Enclaves, Exclaves and Unique Territories of Italy Award
The EUTIA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted amateur radio stations from 2 different territories listed in the list below by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. Contacted stations don't need to be members of the EPC.

List of the Italian Enclaves, Exclaves, and Unique Territories:
1AØ Sovereign Military Order of Malta
The Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of Saint John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta (EU Area EC01) is a Roman Catholic order based in Rome, Italy. With its unique history and unusual present circumstances the exact status of the Order has been the subject of debate: it claims to be a traditional example of a sovereign entity other than a state. Its two headquarters in Rome, namely the Palazzo Malta in Via dei Condotti 68 (where the Grand Master resides and Government Bodies meet), and the Villa Malta on the Aventine (which hosts the Grand Priory of Rome, the Embassy of the Order to Holy See and the Embassy of the Order to Italy), are granted extraterritoriality.
HV State of the Vatican City
The State of the Vatican City (EU Area EC05) is a landlocked sovereign city-state whose territory consists of a walled enclave within the city of Rome. At approximately 44 hectares, and with a population of around 800, it is the smallest independent state in the world by both population and area.
I2 Campione d'Italia (Province of Como)
Campione d'Italia is an Italian comune (municipality) of the Province of Como (EU Area IT15) in the Lombardy region, occupying an enclave within the Swiss canton of Ticino, separated from the rest of Italy by Lake Lugano and mountains. The enclave is less than 1 kilometre as the crow flies from the rest of Italy, but the hilly terrain requires a journey by road of over 14 kilometres to reach the nearest Italian town, Lanzo d'Intelvi, and over 28 kilometres to reach the city of Como.
IAØ Mario Zucchelli Antarctic Station (ex Baia Terra Nova)
Mario Zucchelli Station is an Italian research station located at Terra Nova Bay, Antarctica and named for Mario Zuchelli, late director of the Italian Antarctic Program. This facility is operated during the summer months (October - February) and hosts a variety of scientific projects. Terra Nova Bay is a bay which is often ice free, about 64 km long, lying between Cape Washington and the Drygalski Ice Tongue along the coast of Victoria Land, Antarctica.
IG9 Pelagie Islands (Province of Agrigento)
The Pelagie Islands (IOTA AF-019) are the three small islands of Lampedusa, Linosa, and Lampione, located in the Mediterranean Sea between Malta and Tunisia, south of Sicily. Geographically the archipelago belongs to the African continent; politically and administratively the islands fall within the Sicilian province of Agrigento and represent the southernmost part of Italy.
IH9 Pantelleria Island (Province of Trapani)
The Pantelleria (IOTA AF-018), the ancient Cossyra, is an island in the Strait of Sicily in the Mediterranean Sea, 100 km southwest of Sicily and just 70 km east of the Tunisian coast. Geographically the island belongs to the African continent. Administratively Pantelleria is a commune belonging to the Sicilian province of Trapani.
IMØ Kingdom of Tavolara (Tavolara Island, Province of Olbia-Tempio)
In the 19th and 20th centuries, Tavolara island (IOTA EU-165) off the northeast coast of Sardinia was ruled by the Bertoleoni family as the Kingdom of Tavolara, one of the smallest kingdoms on the planet. It is now simply part of Italy, although it was never formally annexed. The island and the surrounding waters are part of the Tavolara and Punta Coda Cavallo Marine Preserve created in 1997. The environmental protections placed on the park have added restrictions to the use of the area for tourism. Administratively Tavolara is an island belonging to the Sardinian province of Olbia-Tempio (EU Area SD08).
IV3 Province of Trieste (Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia)
After the end of World War II, the Free Territory of Trieste was established as a free state on September 15, 1947. On October 26, 1954, Italy and Yugoslavia came to an understanding whereby the territory de facto was divided between the two states. Zone A of the free state became the Province of Trieste and Zone B was to be administered by Yugoslavia. The Province of Trieste (EU Area IT88) formally became a part of Italy on October 11, 1977, by the Treaty of Osimo.
Principality of Seborga (Province of Imperia)
Seborga is a small town in the region of Liguria in northwest Italy, near the French border. Administratively, it is a comune of the Italian province of Imperia, although some locals claim that it is an independent principality. Uniquely among micronations, Seborga possesses an undisputed history as a feudal state. There is no tension between the "Principality" of Seborga (EU Area EC07) and the Italian government. Law enforcement, public health, telecommunications, school services and all other public services are provided as in the rest of Italy. There were a few HAM visitors in Seborga since 1994. They used various unofficial prefixes, such as ØS, 1P, T8, and the last one was TØ. There are no political things at all, we keep this entity as a separate EU Area just for our amateur fun.
T7 Most Serene Republic of San Marino
The Most Serene Republic of San Marino (EU Area EC06) is a country in the Apennine Mountains. It is a landlocked enclave, completely surrounded by Italy. One of the European microstates, San Marino has the smallest population of all the members of the Council of Europe. San Marino is the oldest sovereign state and constitutional republic in the world, having been founded on 3 September 301 by Marinus of Rab, a Christian stonemason fleeing the religious persecution of Roman Emperor Diocletian. San Marino's constitution of 1600 is the world's oldest constitution still in effect.

ICESA - Italian Special Event Stations Award
The ICESA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted various Italian special event stations and island DX-peditions by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The applicant should make 5 QSOs with different special event stations for the ICESA III Award, 10 QSOs for the ICESA II Award, and 15 QSOs for the ICESA I Award. Contacted stations don't need to be members of the EPC. We consider an amateur radio station as the Italian special event station which uses any prefix beginning with letter « I » apart from the following prefixes: I1, I2, I3, I4, I5, I6, I7, I8, IØ, IK1, IK2, IK3, IK4, IK5, IK6, IK7, IK8, IKØ, IMØ, IN3, IQ1, IQ2, IQ3, IQ4, IQ5, IQ6, IQ7, IQ8, IQ9, IQØ, ISØ, IT9, IV3, IW1, IW2, IW3, IW4, IW5, IW6, IW7, IW8, IW9, IWØ, IX1, IU1, IU2, IU3, IU4, IU5, IU6, IU7, IU8, IU9, IUØ, IZ1, IZ2, IZ3, IZ4, IZ5, IZ6, IZ7, IZ8, and IZØ. Contacted stations don't need to be members of the EPC.





IPXPA - Italian Prefixes PSK Award
The IPXPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted amateur stations from Italy with various prefixes by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The IPXPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 15 different prefixes, the PPXPA II Award - for contacts with 25 different prefixes, and the PPXPA I Award - for contacts with 35 different prefixes. Any special event station from Italy with an unique prefix can be used as a «Joker» to replace any one missing ordinary prefix. One missing prefix can be replaced for the IPXPA III Award, two prefixes - for the IPXPA II Award, and three prefixes - for for the IPXPA I Award. Contacted Italian stations don't need to be members of the EPC to be valid for this award series.

List of the Valid Italian Prefixes:
I1 I2 I3 I4 I5 I6 I7 I8 I9
IA1 IA2 IA3 IA4 IA5 IA6 IA7 IA8 IA9 IAØ
IB1 IB2 IB3 IB4 IB5 IB6 IB7 IB8 IB9 IBØ
IC1 IC2 IC3 IC4 IC5 IC6 IC7 IC8 IC9 ICØ
ID1 ID2 ID3 ID4 ID5 ID6 ID7 ID8 ID9 IDØ
IE1 IE2 IE3 IE4 IE5 IE6 IE7 IE8 IE9 IEØ
IF1 IF2 IF3 IF4 IF5 IF6 IF7 IF8 IF9 IFØ
IG1 IG2 IG3 IG4 IG5 IG6 IG7 IG8 IG9 IGØ
IH1 IH2 IH3 IH4 IH5 IH6 IH7 IH8 IH9 IHØ
II1 II2 II3 II4 II5 II6 II7 II8 II9 IIØ
IJ1 IJ2 IJ3 IJ4 IJ5 IJ6 IJ7 IJ8 IJ9 IJØ
IK1 IK2 IK3 IK4 IK5 IK6 IK7 IK8 IK9 IKØ
IL1 IL2 IL3 IL4 IL5 IL6 IL7 IL8 IL9 ILØ
IM1 IM2 IM3 IM4 IM5 IM6 IM7 IM8 IM9 IMØ
IN1 IN2 IN3 IN4 IN5 IN6 IN7 IN8 IN9 INØ
IO1 IO2 IO3 IO4 IO5 IO6 IO7 IO8 IO9 IOØ
IP1 IP2 IP3 IP4 IP5 IP6 IP7 IP8 IP9 IPØ
IQ1 IQ2 IQ3 IQ4 IQ5 IQ6 IQ7 IQ8 IQ9 IQØ
IR1 IR2 IR3 IR4 IR5 IR6 IR7 IR8 IR9 IRØ
IS1 IS2 IS3 IS4 IS5 IS6 IS7 IS8 IS9 ISØ
IT1 IT2 IT3 IT4 IT5 IT6 IT7 IT8 IT9 ITØ
IU1 IU2 IU3 IU4 IU5 IU6 IU7 IU8 IU9 IUØ
IV1 IV2 IV3 IV4 IV5 IV6 IV7 IV8 IV9 IVØ
IW1 IW2 IW3 IW4 IW5 IW6 IW7 IW8 IW9 IWØ
IX1 IX2 IX3 IX4 IX5 IX6 IX7 IX8 IX9 IXØ
IY1 IY2 IY3 IY4 IY5 IY6 IY7 IY8 IY9 IYØ
IZ1 IZ2 IZ3 IZ4 IZ5 IZ6 IZ7 IZ8 IZ9 IZØ





ITIPA - Italian Islands PSK Award
The ITIPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted amateur radio stations from different IOTA island groups of Italy by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. Contacted island stations don't need to be members of the EPC. The ITIPA Silver Award may be claimed for contacts with 5 different IOTA island groups, the ITIPA Gold Award - for contacts with 10 different IOTA island groups of Italy. The following Italian IOTA Island Groups are valid for this award: AF-018, AF-019, EU-017, EU-024, EU-025, EU-028, EU-031, EU-041, EU-045, EU-050, EU-051, EU-054, EU-073, EU-083, EU-091, EU-130, EU-131, EU-144, EU-155, EU-165, EU-166.



SDPA - Sardinian PSK Award
The SDPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Sardinia by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The SDPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), the SDPA II Award - for contacts with 6 EU areas (provinces), and the SDPA I Award - for contacts with all 8 EU areas (provinces) of Sardinia





SIPA - Sicilian PSK Award
The SIPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence in a form of ADIF log of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Sicily by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The SIPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), the SIPA II Award - for contacts with 6 EU areas (provinces), and the SIPA I Award - for contacts with all 9 EU areas (provinces) of Sicily. Contacts with stations from Pantelleria Island (IH9) and Pelagie Islands (IG9) can be used as «Jokers».  Each «Joker» can replace any 1 (one) missing Sicilian EU Area. Only 1 (one) QSO with Pantelleria Island, and 1 (one) QSO with Pelagie Islands is allowed for whole SIPA Award Series. Contacted stations from the Pantelleria and Pelagie Islands don't need to be members of the EPC.





ARPA - Abruzzo PSK Award
The ARPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from all 4 (four) EU areas (provinces) within the Region of Abruzzo (IT52, IT53, IT56, IT57) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

AVPA - Aosta Valley PSK Award
The AVPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted 2 (two) amateur radio stations from the Region of Aosta Valley (Prefix IX1, EU Area IT90) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. Contacted stations from Aosta Valley don't need to be members of the EPC.

ALPA - Apulia PSK Award
The ALPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Apulia by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The ALPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), and the ALPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 6 EU areas (provinces) of Apulia. EU Areas within the Region of Apulia are IT58, IT59, IT60, IT61, IT63, and IT93.



BAPA - Basilicata PSK Award
The BAPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from both EU areas (provinces) of the Region of Basilicata (IT62 and IT73) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

CAPA - Calabria PSK Award
The CAPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Calabria by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The CAPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), and the CAPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 5 EU areas (provinces) of Calabria. EU Areas within the Region of Calabria are IT68, IT69, IT70, IT74, and IT76.



CMPA - Campania PSK Award
The CMPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Campania by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The CMPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), and the CMPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 5 EU areas (provinces) of Campania. EU Areas within the Region of Campania are IT64, IT65, IT67, IT72, and IT75.



EMRPA - Emilia-Romagna PSK Award
The EMRPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Emilia-Romagna by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The EMRPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), the EMRPA II Award - for contacts with 6 EU areas (provinces), and the EMRPA I Award - for contacts with all 9 EU areas (provinces) of Emilia-Romagna. EU Areas within the Region of Emilia-Romagna are IT31, IT32, IT33, IT34, IT35, IT36, IT37, IT38, and IT39.





FVGPA - Friuli-Venezia Giulia PSK Award
The FVGPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from all 4 (four) EU areas (provinces) within the Region of Friuli-Venezia Giulia (IT86, IT87, IT88, IT89) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

LAPA - Lazio PSK Award
The LAPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Lazio by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The LAPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), and the LAPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 5 EU areas (provinces) of Lazio. EU Areas within the Region of Lazio are IT77, IT78, IT80, IT81, and IT83.



LIPA - Liguria PSK Award
The LIPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from all 4 (four) EU areas (provinces) within the Region of Liguria (IT05, IT06, IT07, IT09) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

LOPA - Lombardy PSK Award
The LOPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Lombardy by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The LOPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 4 EU areas (provinces), the LOPA II Award - for contacts with 8 EU areas (provinces), and the LOPA I Award - for contacts with all 12 EU areas (provinces) of Lombardy. EU Areas within the Region of Lombardy are IT13, IT14, IT15, IT16, IT17, IT18, IT19, IT20, IT21, IT22, IT23, and IT91.





MAPA - Marche PSK Award
The MAPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Marche by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The MAPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), and the MAPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 5 EU areas (provinces) of Marche. EU Areas within the Region of Marche are IT50, IT51, IT54, IT55, and IT92.



MLPA - Molise PSK Award
The MLPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from both EU areas (provinces) of the Region of Molise (IT66 and IT71) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

PDPA - Piedmont PSK Award
The PDPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Piedmont by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The PDPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 3 EU areas (provinces), the PDPA II Award - for contacts with 6 EU areas (provinces), and the PDPA I Award - for contacts with all 8 EU areas (provinces) of Piedmont. EU Areas within the Region of Piedmont are IT01, IT02, IT03, IT04, IT08, IT10, IT11, and IT12.





TAAPA - Trentino-Alto Adige PSK Award
The TAAPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from both EU areas (provinces) of the Region of Trentino-Alto Adige (IT84 and IT85) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

TUPA - Tuscany PSK Award
The TUPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Tuscany by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The TUPA III Award may be claimed for contacts with 4 EU areas (provinces), the TUPA II Award - for contacts with 7 EU areas (provinces), and the TUPA I Award - for contacts with all 10 EU areas (provinces) of Tuscany. EU Areas within the Region of Tuscany are IT40, IT41, IT42, IT43, IT44, IT45, IT46, IT47, IT48, and IT49.





UMPA - Umbria PSK Award
The UMPA Award may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from both EU areas (provinces) of the Region of Umbria (IT79 and IT82) by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying.

VEPA - Veneto PSK Award
The VEPA Awards may be claimed by any EPC member eligible under these Rules who can produce evidence of having contacted EPC members from various EU areas (provinces) within Region of Veneto by using any type of the Phase Shift Keying. The VEPA II Award may be claimed for contacts with 4 EU areas (provinces), and the VEPA I Award may be claimed for contacts with all 7 EU areas (provinces) of Veneto. EU Areas within the Region of Veneto are IT24, IT25, IT26, IT27, IT28, IT29, and IT30.