You will be able to print your certificate on your own printer
1. The eDX100 award has been established to provide an incentive to Amateur Radio operators to use eQSL.cc as their method of QSLing.
It is not associated with or endorsed by the ARRL in any way.
Do not contact ARRL with questions about this award, because it is created and administered solely by eQSL.cc!
2. The eDX100 Award is available to Amateur Radio operators throughout the world who have EITHER:
3. Applicants can be individuals, or a club station, subject to Rule 14.
3a. If an applicant is combining credits from multiple attached accounts, the account used for the application must have earned at least one (1) of the credits.
3b. For any given number of credits, this eAward can only be earned once per applicant, regardless of attached callsigns. Exceptions may be made by request to the AwardMaster for cases of permanent callsign change or permanent QTH relocation, etc.
(This rule is made to discourage applicants from applying repeatedly at the same level with every one of their attached callsigns.)
|Certificates and Fees|
4. The eDX100 award is free. Free certificates will be available for downloading from eQSL.cc, once the AwardMaster has approved the application.
Additional certificates will be available in increments of 25 countries. Applicants may watch the Standings and check the My Awards page for the status of pending applications, plaque orders, and next levels of the award.
An attractive walnut plaque is also available. See the My Awards screen for current price including shipping to your location.
6. When a user has met the eligibility requirements, the "Application" button in My Awards will become available.
7. The user may then fill out an application online which will be sent to the AwardMaster, who will confirm that all rules and requirements have been met.
8. Standings may be viewed at any time on the Standings page also available through the My Awards page.
|Qualifying Proof of Contact|
9. Awards are available for proof of contact with 100 or more approved countries as defined by the eDX100 Country List.
10. Proof of contact is defined as an eQSL card received from another ham with an approved Authenticity Guaranteed certificate.
No credit will be given for eQSL cards sent. This is an important point.
10a. The AwardMaster for this award may determine at his sole discretion whether the eQSLs received
are adequately matched by OUTGOING eQSLs sent by the applicant to confirm the credits applied for.
A large number of unconfirmed eQSLs is against the spirit of the eQSL system and should be fixed
by uploading your entire log, or by carefully confirming each valid incoming eQSL
and rejecting each eQSL that does not match your log!
11. To qualify, an eQSL cannot have been rejected by the recipient prior to issuance of the award, and cannot have been retracted by the sender due to an error.
12. Proof of two-way communication (contacts) must be in the form of retrievable eQSL cards.
eQSL cards that have been deleted from the eQSL.cc database will not be accepted as proof of contact.
13. No proofs of contact other than eQSL cards posted to the eQSL.cc database will be permitted.
14. All eQSL cards used as proof of contact must be posted in the eQSL.cc database to one or more callsigns owned by the applicant.
In the case of multiple callsigns, these must be attached to each other and must meet all other requirements of these rules.
The purpose of combining credit from multiple attached accounts is to allow an applicant to qualify for the award even if he moved or operated under different callsigns.
It is not intended to allow an applicant to mix credits earned by an individual with credits earned by a club station.
15. Contacts may have been actually made at any date in the past so long as an eQSL card has been posted
to the applicant, who held a valid amateur radio license with that callsign on the date of the QSO.
16. The term "Country" as used in this award shall consist of one of the approved list of countries currently in effect in the eQSL.cc database.
It is approximately based on the ARRL DXCC Entity List.
17. All contacts must be made with amateur stations working in the authorized amateur bands or
with other stations licensed or authorized to work amateurs.
17a. In addition to the "MIXED" award, 20 additional Endorsements are available, for which a new certificate and plaque can be obtained:
- eDX100 JT9
- eDX100 Sat (being tested)
- eDX100 CW
- eDX100 FT8
- eDX100 JT65
- eDX100 PSK
- eDX100 RTTY
- eDX100 SSB
- eDX100 SSTV
- eDX100 10m
- eDX100 12m
- eDX100 15m
- eDX100 160m
- eDX100 17m
- eDX100 20m
- eDX100 30m
- eDX100 40m
- eDX100 60m
- eDX100 80m
- eDX100 WARC
18. Unlike the ARRL DXCC, contacts made through repeaters, satellites, and other power relay methods are permitted,
and stations contacted may be either land-based or mobile from automobiles, ships and boats, aircraft, or space vehicles.
However, because of the unfair advantage Internet-linked QSOs (such as IRLP, EchoLink, or eQSO) have over pure RF QSOs, they cannot be counted for this award.
19. All stations must have been contacted by the applicant from the same eDX100 country.
The location of any station shall be defined as the location of the transmitter.
For the purposes of this award, remote operating points must be located within the same country as the transmitter.
20. The use of fraudulent eQSLs for fictitious contacts may result in disqualification of both the applicant and the sender of the eQSL card.
Any holder of an eDX100 award who knowingly submits fraudulent eQSLs will forfeit the right to continued eDX100 membership.
21. Any person who fraudulently registers himself as another person in order to create eQSL cards
will be disqualified as above.
22. The AwardMaster will have sole discretion to accept or deny applications for the eDX100 awards, based on available evidence
supporting or denying the validity and authenticity of confirmation eQSLs.
23. The AwardMaster will have final authority over any disputes regarding this award, and may amend the rules at any time to provide further clarification of disputed or unclear issues.
24. The management of eQSL.cc will appoint the AwardMaster.
|History of Revisions|
|30Aug2001 First published|
|03Oct2002 Additional certificates in increments of 25 countries|
|26Dec2003 Changed donation requirement to membership requirement|
|26Dec2003 Clarified Rule 6|
|28Mar2004 Addressed IRLP and EchoLink|
|20Nov2004 Modified Rule 3 and 14 to permit combined credits from attached accounts|
|10Mar2005 Added award plaque availability at a price - Removed reference to first 50 award recipients receiving free plaque|
|03Apr2006 Changed "IRLP and EchoLink" reference to more generic "Internet-linked"|
|01Jun2007 Plaque price raised from $59.95 to $85 due to shipping rate increase|
|05Apr2009 Rule 5: Printed and mailed certificates subject to new pricing|
|23Jun2010 Rule 5: Remove printed certificates reference; Add incremental levels of this award|
|25Jun2010 Updated Rule 17a to include SSB, CW, and PSK endorsements|
|18Jul2010 Rule 14 reworded slightly to make the intent more clear and eliminate ambiguity or confusion|
|22Sep2013 Rule 23 said "contest" when it should have been worded "award"|
|30Sep2013 Added Rule 3a|
|14Apr2014 Added Rule 3b|
|15Feb2015 Added SSTV and JT9 endorsements|
|10Aug2015 Modified Rule 5 to direct user to My Awards page for current price of plaques due to international shipping increases|
|05Jan2023 Added Rule 10a|