SO-SSB-Q: Single Operator QRP SSB, 1st prize for Chinese entrants and each DXCC;
Note: Single band category is not available, all categories are assisted categories.
5.1 Single Operator Category
5.1.1One and only one transmitting signal is allowed at any moment during the contest period.
5.1.2 All contest functions such as operating, logging and spotting must be accomplish only by contest operator himself/herself, no other operator is allowed to do assisting transmitting or receiving.
5.1.3 Single Operator Field day style QRP Mixed (SO-FD) is the only single field category. 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 a typical field style contest environment.
5.2.1Multi-operator Dxpedition Mixed mode
A) Organizing a Dxpedition team to a rural province is encouraged. A rural province is defined as there is no or only one contest station during the last WAPC contest. More than 30% of the team members must not be registered amateurs of the rural province.
B) No limit on the number of transmitters or receivers, but there must be only one transmitting signal in a given mode during the contest. The Contest Committee will issue the special Dxpedition Reward to a team which satisfying all the conditions. A single operator Dxpedition will be classified as corresponding single operator category, and is also eligible for the special Dxpedition Reward.
5.2.2 Multi-operator Mixed mode
For multi-operator teams which do not engage in a Dxpedition, there is no limit for the number of transceivers and transmitting power (within legal limits, of course), but only one transmitting signal is allowed in a given mode during the contest.
5.2.3 Multi-operator field day style mixed mode (LOW power category only)
A)All antennae must be constructed on site temporarily for the contest, and only one transmitting antenna is allowed for each band.
B) Power must be equal to or less than 100 watts.
C) A maximum of two transmitters can be used, but there must be only one transmitting signal in a given mode during the contest.
D) Mains power is not allowed, use only temporarily power source such as dynamo, battery, solar or wind etc. Mains power may be used to charge a make shift battery.
E) Include pictures of your contest QTH, antennae and equipment when submit your log. This will be helpful for the Contest Committee to determine whether the contest is conducted in a typical field environment.
Initiate your contest call with CQ WAPC.
6.1Non-Chinese station: signal report with a serial number, start from 001. e.g. 59(9) 001.
6.2 Chinese 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.
7. Calculating QSO Points
7.1 For Chinese stations:
QSO with another Chinese province, municipal city, autonomous region, and special
administration region: 10 points;
QSO with other Asian DXCC entity: 3 points;
QSO with other continent: 5 points.
7.2 For Non-Chinese stations:
QSO with Chinese station: 10 points;
QSO with same DXCC entity: 1 points;
QSO with different DXCC on your own continent: 3 points;
QSO with other continent: 5 points.
7.3 Marine and airborne mobile stations are not counted as multipliers, but worth 5 point for any participant.
8.1 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.
8.2 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!
Two types of multipliers are available, provincial and DXCC entity:
Provincial: Each different Chinese province, municipal cities, autonomous regions and special administration regions contacted on each band, is counted as one multiplier, despite of the modes worked. That is, only 34 Chinese provincial multipliers are available on each band.
DXCC entity: Each different DXCC entity contacted on each bands, is counted as one multiplier, despite of the modes worked. BY, BV, VR2, XX9, BS7 and BQ9 each counted as one multiplier.
10. Total Scores
The total scores is the result of total QSO points multiplied by the sum of the provincial and DXCC entity multipliers.
11. General Requirements of Log Submission
Electronic contest logs are recommended. The Contest Committee requires any potential high score entrants to provide electronic contest log.
11.1Please submit your Cabrillo format contest log to the Contest Committee.
The N1MM contest logger is recommended, the self defined contest module for WAPC is available at:
The SD contest logger also fully supports WAPC contest. Download free from
http://www.ei5di.com, or http://www.ei5di.com/sd/sdsetup.exe.
The WINTEST can also be used in WAPC, although it works only in YO-DX mode at this time，and the score shown may not be accurate. The final score will be recalculated after the log is received.
11.2 All times in the log must be UTC.
11.3 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.
11.4 The file name of the contest log should be “your_contest_call_sign”.log.
11.5 Paper log will be accepted only as check logs.
11.6 If the submitted log cannot be correctly converted to the text format, it will be treated as invalid.
11.7 The subject line of the submitted contest log must contain the intended category and full mail address including country name, this will be the address used for awards and/or certifications.
11.8 Calculation of the total scores is not necessary in the log, it will be officially calculated by the Contest Committee designated software.
12. Deadline of Log Submission
12.1 All logs must be submitted within 7 days after the contest (before UTC 06:00 26 April, 2015). 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.
12.2 Logs must be submitted via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure the contest call and correct category is included in the subject line.
12.3 For inquiry about paper log submission address, write an email to above email address.
13.1 Minimum QSO numbers: for Chinese entrants 50 QSOs are required; for DX entrants 10.
13.2 For Chinese entrants: Certificates will be issued to each categories listed in section 5.
13.3 For non-Chinese entrants: A first place certificate will be issued for each category in each country, except the multi-operator, field day, and the one element categories.
13.4 Amateurs who worked all the 34 Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions and special administration regions within one contest period, will receive a special WAPC contest award. Amateurs who worked all the 34 Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions and special administration regions outside of a contest, is eligible for a WAPC contact award by showing copies of QSL cards received. The WAP contact award fee is 88 yuan RMB.
13.5 Individual or organizational sponsors have the rights to put they title on the corresponding certificates or awards, or choose to receive souvenirs from the Contest Committee.
Following penalties are counted as triple good QSO points:
incorrectly logged calls(bad call);
incorrectly logged exchange numbers;
QSO not in other station’s log(NIL).
QSO is neither counted nor penalized for the following:
other station incorrectly logged entrant’s call;
other station incorrectly logged entrant’s exchange number;
QSO time in entrant’s log and other station’s log difference is more than 3 minutes;
QSO bands or modes in entrant’s log and other station’s log differ;
dupe QSO which is not in the other station’s log.
If an entrant exercising unsportsmanlike conducts (e.g. Self spotting or equivalent; using high power but claim low power category)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.
16. This rule is made by Mulan DX Club. The Mulan DX Club Contest Committee’s decision is final. Awards and punishment information will be published around 1 October each year on the official club website:http://www.mulandxc.org. Certificates and souvenirs will be delivered before the end of February of the next year.
List of Chinese provinces, municipal cities, autonomous regions, and special administration regions (source: China National Standards series GB/T 2260-2007).
AH Anhui Sheng*1
BJ Beijing Shi*2
CQ Chongqing Shi
FJ Fujian Sheng
GD Guangdong Sheng
GS Gansu Sheng
GX Guangxi Zhuangzu Zizhiqu*3
GZ Guizhou Sheng
HA Henan Sheng
HB Hubei Sheng
HE Hebei Sheng
HI Hainan Sheng
HK Hongkong Tebiexingzhengqu*4
HL Heilongjiang Sheng
HN Hunan Sheng
JL Jilin Sheng
JS Jiangsu Sheng
JX Jiangxi Sheng
LN Liaoning Sheng
MO Macau Tebiexingzhengqu
NM Nei Mongol Zizhiqu
NX Ningxia Huizu Zizhiqu
QH Qinghai Sheng
SC Sichuan Sheng
SD Shandong Sheng
SH Shanghai Shi
SN Shaanxi Sheng
SX Shanxi Sheng
TJ Tianjin Shi
TW Taiwan Sheng
XJ Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu
XZ Xizang Zizhiqu(Tibet)Yunnan Sheng
ZJ Zhejiang Sheng
1:Province; 2:Municipal city; 3:Autonomous region; 4:special administration region.
BS7 is in HI, BQ9 is in TW.