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The CQ WPX Awards Program
The CQ WPX Award recognizes the accomplishments of confirmed QSOs with the many callsign prefixes used by amateurs throughout the world. Separate, distinctively marked certificates are available for SSB, CW, Digital (RTTY/PSK) and Mixed (CW, SSB/Phone, Digital).

1. Applications

A. Electronic applications are encouraged. An electronic application is available on CQ’s website at . Logbook of The World (LoTW) users may apply through the WPX Award interface in LoTW. eQSL.CC users may apply using the CQ Award section on eQSL.CC. For other electronic formats, please contact the WPX Award Manager. Paper applications are also accepted and should be submitted on the WPX Award Application form (CQ1051). This form is available at or may be obtained by sending a self-addressed, stamped, business-size (4 × 9 inch) envelope to the WPX Award Manager, Steve Bolia, N8BJQ, P.O. Box 355, New Carlisle, OH 45344. Handwritten applications must be legible. Computer printouts with a minimum of 10-point size type are acceptable provided they conform somewhat to the CQ 1051 application form.

B. All call letters must be in strict alphabetical order and only the entire call letters are required and must be shown.

C. All QSOs must be made from the same country.

D. All entries must be clearly legible.

E. Certificates are issued for HF (160 – 10) and 6 meters for the following modes and number of prefixes. Cross-mode QSOs are not valid for single-mode certificates. Mixed: 400 prefixes confirmed. CW: 300 prefixes confirmed. SSB: 300 prefixes confirmed. Digital: 300 prefixes confirmed A separate application is required for each mode.

F. Cards need not be sent, but they must be in the possession of the applicant. Any and all cards may be requested by the WPX Award Manager or by the CQ Awards Committee.

G. The application fee for each certificate is $6.00 for CQ subscribers (subscribers must include a recent CQ mailing label, or a photocopy of it) and $12.00 for non-subscribers.

H. All applications and endorsement requests should be sent to the WPX Award Manager.

2. Endorsements

A. Prefix endorsements are issued for each 50 additional prefixes submitted. Minimum submission at any one time is 50 prefixes.

B. Band endorsements are available for working the following numbers of prefixes on the various bands: 1.8 MHz 50 3.5 MHz 175 5 MHz 175* 7 MHz 250 10 MHz 250 14 MHz 300 *The initial level of 175 prefixes for 60 meters may be increased in the future to no more than 250 when and if sufficient additional administrations permit amateur operation on the band.

C. Continent endorsements are available for working the following numbers of prefixes in the respective continents: North America 160, South America 95, Europe 160, Africa 90, Asia 75, Oceania 60.

D. Remote Operation endorsement is available for contacts made on or after January 1, 2015 using remote station technology (operator is not physically present at the location of the transmitter, receiver and antenna). Stations submitting one or more remote operation contacts must apply for the Remote Operation endorsement.

E. Endorsement applications may be submitted through the WPX interface on LoTW, the CQ Awards interface on eQSL.CC, by computer printout or on CQ form 1051. Electronic submission is preferred and encouraged. Use a separate application for each mode of your endorsement application.

F. For prefix endorsements, list only additional call letters confirmed since the last endorsement application.

G. A self-addressed, stamped envelope for surface or airmail return is required, and $1.00 for each endorsement sticker. 3.


A. The letter/numeral combinations which form the first part of the amateur call will be considered the prefix. Examples: K6, N6, WD4, HG1, HG19, WB2, KC2, OE2, U3, ZS66, etc. Any difference in the numbering, lettering, or order of same shall constitute a separate prefix.

B. A prefix will be considered if licensed by the governing authority in the country of operation after November 15, 1945.

C. In cases of portable operation in another country or call area, the portable designator would then become the prefix. Example: WN5N/7 would count as WN7, J6/WN5N would count as J6, KH6/WN5N would count as KH6, etc. Portable designators without numbers will be assigned a zero (Ø) at the end of the designator to form the prefix. Example: LX/WN5N would count as LXØ . The portable prefix must be an authorized prefix of the country/area of operation. Maritime mobile, mobile, /A, /E, /J, /P, interim license class identifiers and unofficial prefixes do not count as prefixes.

D. All calls without numbers will be assigned a zero (Ø) plus the first two letters to form a prefix. Examples: XEFTJW would count as XEØ , RAEM would count as RAØ , AIR as AIØ , etc.

WPX Honor Roll

The WPX Honor Roll recognizes the operators and stations that maintain a high standing in confirmed, current prefixes. The rules, therefore, reflect the belief that Honor Roll membership should be accessible to all active radio amateurs and not be unduly advantageous to the “old timers.” With the exceptions listed below, all general rules for WPX apply toward Honor Roll credit. A minimum of 600 prefixes is required to be eligible for the WPX Honor Roll. No certificates are issued, but a listing of members appears in CQ every other month.

A. Only current prefixes will be counted toward the WPX Honor Roll standings. Prefixes will be deleted from the Honor Roll listing ten years after they are no longer authorized for use by the governing authority or by the ITU.

B. Honor Roll applicants must submit their list of current prefixes (entire call required) separately from their regular WPX applications. Electronic submission is preferred and encouraged. A simple ASCII file or an Excel spreadsheet showing just the call is sufficient. Contact the Award Manager for details. Use of regular form 1051 or a computer printout is also permissible. Handwritten applications must be legible. Indicate Honor Roll and mode desired. Forms may be obtained by sending a business-size, self-addressed, stamped envelope (foreign stations send extra postage if airmail is desired) to the WPX Award Manager. A separate application must be made for each mode. Lifetime Honor Roll fee for each mode is $10.00. A computer printout of your individual Honor Roll file may be obtained from the WPX Award Manager for $6.00 plus a self-addressed envelope and sufficient postage for return.

C. Endorsements for the Honor Roll may be made for 25 or more prefixes. A $1.00 endorsement fee plus an SASE is to be included. For prefixes by countries, see the Callbook listing.

WPX Award of Excellence

This is the ultimate award for the prefix DXer. The requirements for the award are all of the following : 1000 prefixes in Mixed mode and 600 prefixes in SSB and 600 prefixes in CW; plus all six continental endorsements and all five non-WARC band endorsements 80 – 10 meters. Special endorsement bars are available for Digital, 160, 60, 30, 17, 12 and 6 meters for those who have also qualified for those endorsements (see Rules 1E and 2B for qualifying numbers of prefixes). The WPX Award of Excellence plaque fee is $70.00. The endorsement bars are $6.50 each.   
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