ARRL International EME Competition
Stations exchange call signs and a signal report in a mutually understood format. Edit your TX exchange (signal report) before entering each QSO.
Each QSO is worth 100 points.
Multipliers - from 2004 and 2005 rules:
US states and Canadian provinces, plus each non-US/VE DXCC country per band. Since you do not receive US states or Canadian provinces as part of the exchange, GenLog cannot update the multipliers or calculate the score.
Score = total QSO points X multipliers from all bands.
The software has scoring remnants from the old callsign district multipliers. As before, GenLog shows the DXCC multiplier for non-US/VE QSOs.
Until the rules get resolved, you can either:
1. Enter the correct QTH into the multiplier field before you accept the QSO, if the US/VE station transmits his QTH or if you know his state/province.
2. Edit the log post contest using GenLog`s log editor. The number of new mults column will update automatically.
3. Or - submit the log (and summary file) and let the League figure out your score (?).
The League doesn`t require a Cabrillo log file, although they will accept the Cabrillo format for log submissions. You must send a summary file [ urcall.sum ] along with your log submission [ urcall.log ].