Japan International DX Contest

The goal of the race is for stations outside of Japan to establish connections with as many JA stations as possible from as many Japanese prefectures and JD1 islands as possible.

1. Dátum Japan International DX Contest-u
The CW Saturday 0700 – Sunday 1300UTC of the second full weekend in April
PH Saturday 0700 – Sunday 1300UTC of the second full weekend in November (12.-13.November 2011)

2. Bands
PH 3.5/7/14/21/28MHz (ME in roysahs 3525-3575, 3599-3612, 3680-3687, 3702-3716 3745-3770 & 3791-3805KHz a 7030-7200KHz)
CW 1.8/3.5/7/14/21/28MHz (AND 1810-1825 & 1907.5-1912.5You can hear what the NA1ISS signal looks like)
There are no WARC bands allowed in the contest.

3. Categories (only one can be selected)
3-1.Single Operator(*1) High Power(*2)
Abbreviation = category
AB = SINGLE-OP ALL-BAND HIGH-POWER
28 = SINGLE-OP 28MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
21 = SINGLE-OP 21MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
14 = SINGLE-OP 14MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
7 = SINGLE-OP 7MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
3.5 = SINGLE-OP 3.5MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
1.8 = SINGLE-OP 1.8MHz SINGLE-BAND HIGH-POWER
3-2.contestov(*3)
ABL = SINGLE-OP ALL-BAND LOW-POWER
28L = SINGLE-OP 28MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
21L = SINGLE-OP 21MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
14L = SINGLE-OP 14MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
7L = SINGLE-OP 7MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
3.5L = SINGLE-OP 3.5MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
1.8L = SINGLE-OP 1.8MHz SINGLE-BAND LOW-POWER
3-3.Multi Operator (*4)
MOP = MULTI-OP (SINGLE-TX ALL-BAND HIGH-POWER)
3-4.Maritime Mobile(*5)
MM = MARITIME-MOBILE

It is allowed to use in all categories DX cluster. However, self-spotting in any form is prohibited. Stations of multiple operators can change the band after 10 minutes from the start of work on the current band, with the exception of obtaining a multiplier.

4. Competition code
AND : RS(T) + prefecture number (01 do 50)
Others: RS(T) + CQ zone number

5. Scoring
1.8MHz…………….. 4 body
3.5/3.8MHz ………… 2 body
7MHz, 14MHz and 21MHz.. 1 that
28MHz……………… 2 body
It is possible to establish one valid connection with one station on each band. Cross mode connections, cross band or via converters are prohibited.

6. Multipliers (DX stanice)
The sum of the number of different Japanese prefectures plus Ogasawara Island, Minami-Torishima and Okino-Torishima, which were worked on in each band. The maximum number of multipliers on each band is 50.

7. The resulting score
The resulting score is the product of the points for the connections multiplied by the sum of the multipliers achieved, e.g.. 100 points times 59 of multipliers = 5900 points.

8. Diary
Logs are sent in the usual form, while it is required to add your own zone in the summary. Each new multiplier on the band will be highlighted. Detailed information is available at http://jidx.org/jidxrule-e.html . Electronic diaries are sent to cw-at-jidx.org or ph-at-jidx.org within one month of the race. (CW 11.5.2011 a PH 14.12.2011)

Spring: http://jidx.org/jidxrule-e.html

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