May 3, 2021 - It's over, and logs are due by May 12. NOTE: Our uploader rejects logs with non-standard QSO records, i.e., with extra blank-separated location-code fields at the end -- "ORDES/JEF" is OK, but "ORDES JEF" is not (WriteLog will do that). If you have a problem uploading, email your log to us (see Rules).
April 20, 2021 - New in 2021: Upload your Cabrillo logs at https://7qp.contesting.com. Developed by WA7BNM, N5KO and K5TR, and sponsored by World Wide Radio Operators Foundation, this is now the preferred method for submitting 7QP logs. It performs basic checks on logs before forwarding them to us. See the Logs section of the Rules for other options and information.
April 20, 2021 - We've updated our Rules to confirm that WSJT digital modes are not allowed, since they don't support the 7QP exchange.
February 11, 2021 - Due to Covid-19 restrictions, “Distributed multi-ops” are permitted again in 2021. Equipment used by multi-op operators does not need to be on the same premises. It is only necessary that all radio equipment and antennas be located in the same county (state/province or DXCC entity for out-of-area multi-ops). All stations must use the same callsign, and only one station may be on any band/mode at any given time.