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Task #278 — ARRL 10m Contest Rule Change -- XE states now count as mults too

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Opened by Robert A. Wilson (N6TV) - Wednesday, 31 Mar 2010, 7:30pm
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In 2010, the rules of the ARRL 10 Meter Contest (December) are changing to add 32 new multipliers: the 32 states in Mexico. 3-letter abbreviations are provided. Win-Test must allow for these states to be logged. XF4 still counts as a country multiplier, not a state.

See http://kx9x.wordpress.com/2010/03/30/33-new-multipliers-in-arrl-10-meter-contest/ for the official ARRL announcement.

This a temporary off-site blog for the ARRL. The official ARRL contest blog site is:

http://www.arrl.org/blog/Notes%20From%20The%20Contest%20Branch

but it currently points to the kx9x site listed above.

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Comment by Robert A. Wilson - Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010, 8:04pm

The 2010 ARRL 10m contest with the new XE multipliers is now less than 30 days away, December 11th, 2010.

The official rules are posted here:

http://www.arrl.org/files/file/Contest%20Rules%20PDFs/2010/2010%20ARRL%2010%20Meter%20Contest%20Rules.pdf

The new XE multipliers are listed in Section 5.2

Comment by Bob Pack - Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010, 9:09pm

XE1, XE2 and XE3 are all prefix blocks for a given part (state) of Mexico. So these states will need to be shown the same way as K1, K2, etc show on the multipliers window. For example: XE3: CAM CHI GRO OAX QUI TAB YUC I have a pdf file with all the information if needed. These are the abbreviations: AGS AGS
BAC BAC
BCS BCS
CAM CAM
CHI CHI
CHH CHH
COA COA
COL COL
DF DFE
DGO DGO
EMX EMX
GTO GTO
GRO GRO
HGO HGO
JAL JAL
MIC MIC
MOR MOR
NAY NAY
NLE NLE
OAX OAX
PUE PUE
QRO QRO
QUI QUI
SLP SLP
SIN SIN
SON SON
TAB TAB
TAM TAM
TLX TLX
VER VER
YUC YUC
ZAC ZAC

Comment by Bob Pack - Tuesday, 16 Nov 2010, 9:21pm

Here is the link to the pdf file: http://www.dxxe.org/concurso/xe-mults.pdf