ContestOnlineScore.com and our sponsor Icom America Inc. are establishing a special award program to encourage the use of scoreboards during international contests. We are currently announcing four plaques that will be available for participants in the CQ WPX SSB Contest March 27-28, 2021 and four plaques in the CQ WPX CW Contest May 29-30, 2021
– Highest Online Scoreboard (Single operator QRP)**
– Highest Online Scoreboard (Single operator Low Power)**
– Highest Online Scoreboard (Single operator High Power)**
– Highest Online Scoreboard (Multi-operator Any Power includes M/S, M/2 and M/M entries )
** Single operator category includes assisted or non-assisted entries
There is one requirement for all contenders. They are required to actively contribute their scores to Contest Online ScoreBoard or CQContest.net directly or forwarded over Score Distribution Server during the contest.
The plaques winners will be awarded after official results will be published by the contest organizers. Any disqualified entries will not be eligible.
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