End：UTC 2022-04-17 05:59 The Organizers：Mulan DX Club
Amateurs around the world can work any other amateurs during the 24 hours’ contest period, while contacting as many as possible with amateurs in Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions, and special administration regions is encouraged.
A、SSB Mode :The third Saturday of April, from 06:00UTC Saturday to 05:59UTC Sunday, a total of 24 hours.
(The 11th contest: from UTC 06:00, 16th, April, 2022 to UTC 05:59, 17th, April,2022.)
B、CW Mode：The first Saturday of October, from 06:00UTC Saturday to 05:59UTC Sunday, a total of 24 hours.
(The 11th contest: from UTC 06:00, 1st , Oct, 2022 to UTC 05:59, 2nd, Oct,2022)
Bands: 5 amateur bands, 80（3.5MHz）-40（7MHz）-20（14MHz）-15（21MHz）-10（28MHz） meter bands.
4.1 All transmitters and receivers must be located within a 500-meter diameter circle. All antennae must be physically connected by wires (i.e. feeder line) to the transmitters and receivers.
4.2 Remote control of transmitting and receiving device is allowed, under the condition that all of the remotely controlled transmitters and receivers must be within only one location as required by 4.1 .
4.3 Entrants of all categories are allowed to use packet, WEB clusters, skimmer and RBN.
4.4 Self-spotting is not allowed.
4.5 The following frequencies which are SSB and CW are recommended for contest, cross mode is not allowed.
Suggestions on the use range of CW and SSB frequencies in each band
High power: the peak power is greater than 100W, but does not exceed the license limit
|MM||Multi operators Multi units (one from China ）|
|SOAB||Single operator all bands（1,2,3 from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
|SOSB||Single operator single band（five bands：one from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
Low power: peak power is less or equal to 100w
|M2-L||Low power multi-operator double units（one from China）|
|SOAB-FD-L||Low power single operator field all bands（one from China）|
|SOAB-L||Low power single operator field all bands (one from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
|SOSB-L||Low power single operator field single band（five bands：one from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
Minimum power：SSB peak power is less or equal to 10W，CW power is less or equal 5W
|SOAB-FD-Q||Minimum power single operator field all bands（one from China）|
|SOAB-Q||Minimum power single operator all bands（one from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
|SOSB-Q||Minimum power single operator single band小功率单人单波段（five bands：one from China，one from each DXCC countries(except China)）|
*Chinese territories are listed in appendix 6.2.
*Hongkong, Macao, Taiwan, Huangyan island and Dongsha island are all belong to China, although they have their own DXCC prefixes, they are counted as multiplies but not eligible for a DX prize.
5.1 Single operator category
5.1.1One and only one transmitting signal is allowed at any moment during the contest period.
5.1.2All contest functions such as operating, logging and spotting must be accomplished only by contest operator himself/herself, no other operator is allowed to do assisting transmitting or receiving.
5.1.3For single operator field day style mixed mode, all antennae must be constructed on site temporarily and no mains power is used. When submit your contest logs, please include photos of your field QTH, antenna and rigs to help the contest committee to judge whether or not the contest is made in a typical field day style contest environment. ( Note: Field day style is only applied for Chinese entrants.)
5.2.1Multi-operator Multi Units: There is no limits on number of transmitter and receiver, and the power is not distinguished in the whole band, but each band can only have one transmission signal at the same time.
5.2.1Multi person double unit: limited to low power (no more than 100W) full band, allowing two bands to operate at the same time, but each band can only have one transmission signal at the same time.
For contest CQ we recommend CQ WAPC.
6.1Non-Chinese station: signal report with QSO number, start from 001. e.g. 59(9) 001.
6.2Chinese station: signal report with a two character shorthand for the Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions, and special administration regions, e.g. 59(9) BJ.
See appendix for list of the Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions, and special administration regions.(from GB/T2260-2007)
|Zhejiang||ZJ||Sichuan||SC||Note1: Huangyan island belongs to Hainan||HI|
|Anhui||AH||Guizhou||GZ||Note 2: Dongsha island belongs to China||TW|
7.1 For Chinese stations:
7.2 For Non-Chinese stations:
8.1Each different Chinese province, municipal city, autonomous region and special administration region contacted on each band, is counted as one multiplier.
8.2Each different DXCC entity contacted on each bands, is counted as one multiplier.
The total scores is the result of total QSO points multiplied by the sum of multipliers(China's provincial coefficient + National coefficient).
10.1 Dupes are contacts made with the same station on the same band and the same mode. If the first contact between the two stations is valid, dupes have 0 points value. If the first contact is not valid, second (dupe) contact is accepted.
10.2 Dupe contacts are not penalized. It is not necessary to mark them in the log. Moreover, entrants are recommended to leave DUPES in the log file. PLEASE DO NOT DELETE DUPES!
Use an electronic contest log and submission the log online in the web page are highly recommended. The wapc competition committee requires every possible high score winner to provide an electronic competition log.
11.1 Dx-log, SD,n1mm and WINTEST are recommended as competition software.The N1MM contest logger is recommended, please go to http://www.mulandxc.com to download the corresponding self defined contest module.
11.2 Submit your Cabrillo format contest log to the contest committee after contest, submission of the log online in the web page is recommended.
11.3 To submit the log online, you need to fill in all the contents according to the prompts, especially the group, mailing address and email address. Domestic contestants are requested to submit your Chinese name and address in the log and the telephone number of the express.
11.4 All times in the log must be UTC.
11.5 Contest log must include the contest exchanges, i.e. signal report with the two character shorthand of provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions or special administration regions, or a serial number.
11.6 The file name of the contest log should be your_contest_call_sign.log.
11.7 Paper log will be accepted only as check log, not for a prize and rank. A paper log should include all the contents as described in 11.2, and be mailed to: Mulan DX Club, 5 Xiajiaodonglu, Huicheng district, Huizhou city, Guangdong province, China.
11.8 If you can't submit the competition log online by using the web page, you can also choose to submit it by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org , if the format of the submitted document cannot be correctly converted by the competition committee, it will be regarded as an invalid competition log. Please confirm to write the call sign and group in the subject column, and include the valid address of mailing medals in the email content; So that the competition committee can mail the competition prizes, certificates and certificates in the future.
11.8 The calculation of basic score and final score is not necessary. It will be finally calculated by the software of the competition committee.
12.1 Contest logs must be submitted within 7 days after the contest (for SSB, before UTC 06:00 24 April, 2022, for CW, before UTC 06:00 9 October, 2022 ). In case of delayed submission of a contest log, a proper reason must be presented to the Contest Committee.Logs dated after the deadline and without a proper reason are ineligible for an award.
13.1 For Chinese entrants: Certificates will be issued to each categories listed in section 5 only if the entrant had successfully finished a minimum 50 QSOs in Multi-operator and a high power , minimum 30 in a low power categories, or a minimum 15 QSOs in a QRP category.
13.2 Non Chinese entrants: If the number of contestants connecting China stations exceeds 10, medals will be awarded to the first place in each group of dxcc countries (no multiplayer group and field group).
13.3 All contestants can obtain electronic certificates. The results and certificates can be queried through the following websites.
13.4 Groups or individuals providing medal sponsorship have the right to claim medals or souvenirs from specific groups and regions. The name of the sponsoring group and the call sign or name of the donor will be indicated on the medal.
QSO in the following cases will be deducted by 2 times (the original score is not counted, and another 2 times of the original score will be deducted):
QSO is neither counted nor penalized for the following:
If an entrant exercising unsportsmanlike conducts (e.g. Self spotting or equivalent; using high power but claim low power category, etc)during the contest to improve contest scores, or if there is enough proof indicating behaviors against amateur radio regulations of his or her own countries, the contest committee will take actions like issuing a warning, subtract scores or disqualifying.
These rules are formulated by mulandx club. Mulandx club has the final right of interpretation. The list of rewards and penalties will be published on the club's website within 6 months after the end of the game: http://www.mulandxc.com
|CallSign||All QSO||Valid QSO||Score||Entity||Ranking||Diploma||Medal||Ele Diploma|