The Benelux PSK Award Series (BENELUX) was devised by the European PSK Club (EPC) on 9th April 2009. This was to sponsor a series of PSK awards for contacts with EPC members from various EU Areas of the Benelux. The Benelux is a union in Western Europe that comprises three neighbouring countries, Belgium (ON), the Netherlands (PA), and Luxembourg (LX).

EU Areas of the Benelux List
(Updated 17.09.2009)

Grand Duchy of Luxembourg

LX District of Diekirch LX01
LX District of Grevenmacher LX02
LX District of Luxembourg LX03

Kingdom of Belgium

ON Province of Antwerp [Antwerpen or Anvers] BE01
ON Province of Walloon Brabant [Waals Brabant or Brabant Wallon] BE02
ON Brussels Capital-Region [Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest or Région de Bruxelles-Capitale] BE03
ON Province of Hainaut [Henegouwen] BE04
ON Province of Liège [Luik] BE05
ON Province of Limburg [Limbourg] BE06
ON Province of Luxembourg [Luxemburg] BE07
ON Province of Namur [Namen] BE08
ON Province of East Flanders [Oost-Vlaanderen or Flandre Orientale] BE09
ON Province of Flemish Brabant [Vlaams Brabant or Brabant Flamand] BE10
ON Province of West Flanders [West-Vlaanderen or Flandre Occidentale] BE11

Kingdom of the Netherlands

PA Province of Drenthe NL01
PA Province of Flevoland NL02
PA Province of Friesland NL03
PA Province of Gelderland NL04
PA Province of Groningen NL05
PA Province of Limburg NL06
PA Province of North Brabant [Noord-Brabant] NL07
PA Province of North Holland [Noord-Holland] NL08
PA Province of Overijssel NL09
PA Province of Utrecht NL10
PA Province of Zealand [Zeeland] NL11
PA Province of South Holland [Zuid-Holland] NL12

BENELUX III, BENELUX II, and BENELUX I awards may be claimed by any licensed radio amateur, club station or DMS/SWL eligible under the EPC Awards General Rules who can produce evidence in a form of ADIF log of having contacted/monitored EPC members from 15, 20, and 25 EU Areas of the Benelux respectively at the time of application on B(Q)PSK31, B(Q)PSK63, and B(Q)PSK125 modes. Credit will be given for contacts made on any of the amateur bands below 30 MHz. Each EU Area counts only once. Contacts are valid on or after 10th June 2006.