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Thank you Steve. This is not a rule that I am not accustomed to for in-state operation, and I don't like it either. But the rules are the rules.
Thanks again and good luck,
73 de Joe KJ8O
From the rules page:
A. California Stations (Maximum of 58
Count U.S. states (50) and
Canadian areas (8): MR, QC, ON, MB, SK, AB, BC and NT where:
- MR = Maritime provinces plus Newfoundland
and Labrador (NB, NL, NS, PE)
- NT = Northern Territories (NT, NU, YT)
Note: Although the “CA” abbreviation is not
used as a multiplier in this contest, the first valid CA county
logged will count as the multiplier for California. California
stations must log all CA contacts with their 4-letter county
abbreviation; everything else as two characters, including
"DX" for all stations outside of the U.S. and Canada."
If I am reading this correctly, it looks like
CA stations only count for QSO points for in-state stations, so
the calculation is correct.
On 20/10/03 13:23, Joseph Miller wrote:
Maybe I messed up
somewhere but I am using the in-state version of the Cal QSO
As I send this, I
have contacts in 4 states and 6 counties and 10 contacts. My
score shows as 80 (20 QSO points X 4 states). Shouldn't it
read 200 (20 QSO points X 10 states and counties)?
73 de Joe Miller
KJ8O/W6 since 2018
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Joe Miller, KJ8O
Desert Hot Springs, CA