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The 2021 CQ World Wide WPX Contest

The CQ World Wide WPX Contest is the world’s largest everyone-works-everyone radio contest.

New and Modified Categories

The 2021WPXcontests will include a new Multi-Transmitter Distributed category. Stations operating in this categorymay have a maximum of six transmitted signals, one per band at any one time, from stations in different locations. All equipment, including remotely-controlled equipment, must be located in the same DXCC entity and CQ Zone. Six bands may be activated simultaneously. This is a new stand-alone category. It is not intended to replace, or compete with, other multi-operator categories. See the complete rules (links below) for further details.

QSO alerting systems are now permitted in all WPX Single Operator categories, except the Single Operator Classic Overlay

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