Unofficial QRP DXCC Standings

Since the ARRL only issues QRP DXCC certificates without endorsements and doesn’t maintain standings boxes for QRP, I thought it would be nice to compile unofficial standings here on the site.

Call Worked/Confirmed Date Updated Notes
W8ILC 338/338 4/9/13 Since 1974, most at 1 watt – 350 counting deleted
WG5G 335/335 6/8/16 Since 1984 – mixed 344 counting deleted- Mixed & CW Honor Roll
K4OCE 333/330 4/7/16 Mixed, 346 counting deleted, 261 at 1 watt
N0KE 326/326 7/10/14 Including deleted – Since 1980 – 10 Bands DXCC QRP!
WA2TPU 322/320 7/10/14 Mostly SSB, 137 on 6 meters – 10 Band DXCC
W8QZA 324/324 7/1/13 Mixed Since 1989 – 332 counting deleted – 192/192 RTTY
ND0C 315/314 9/3/12 Mixed Since 1980 – 313/313 SSB
NU4B 295/295 2/9/13 All CW – Since 1984
GM4YLN 285/283 4/22/11 All CW and 3 watts
ZS6DX 274/266 1/1/15 All CW since 1997
VE2TH 266/263 12/27/13 Since 1964
W4QO 260/228 4/7/15
W5YA 258/189 8/22/12 By KT5X – includes WAC on 160!
DF5WW 245/219 11/4/15 CW & Digital since 2008
K3WWP 214/210 12/29/12 All CW/random wire-dipoles/since 1993
OH9NB 207/- 3/26/14 Since August 2012
W3HZZ 197/146 4/11/14 LOTW only
AA4GA 194/161 2/22/16 All CW, LOTW – Since February 2011
W1XV 192/171 3/31/16 Mixed, mostly wire antennas – Since 1978
G5CL 191/191 6/7/13 All CW and wire antennas
KQ2RP 191/161 1/31/15 Simple wire antennas only, since 8/2011
WA9ETW 190/190 7/28/15 All with ATS-3A/B at 3 Watts into low EFW
AD4J 170/101 4/10/13 All CW
NO4GA 166/128 4/11/14 NoGAQRP Club – www.nogaqrp.org
KR4AE 161/130 2/23/16 Mixed, all wire antennas
NA1DX 160/101 1/8/14 Mixed, since January 2013
N6HI 160/- 5/4/16 20′ End-fed wire – 117 at 1/2 watt
AA8MI 158/155 10/31/15 CW – Dipoles, Loops, & Wires
K9JWV 157/157 7/24/15 Verticals – Since 2009
WU4B 151/112 12/21/14 K2 to wires in trees
NY4G 143/114 3/4/16 Hexbeam & Wire Antennas
AC4UR 138/138 7/24/11 All CW on 40m
K4PIC 134/- 2/9/15
NA1CC 132/121 2/21/13 All CW 4 watts or less, wire antennas
AI4VE 132/111 1/18/15 All CW and wire antennas
WA8QFE 132/106 3/11/15 Most at 3 Watts, all CW and wire antennas
WA2OQJ 130/100 8/8/12 All SSB 5 watts or less – Since April, 2010
N8XMS 113/103 2/8/13 All CW – Cushcraft R7
K7HV 112/46 10/20/12 All on video – click to view!
KI4SVM 112/51 1/9/13 All SSB
W4YAS 104/61 5/30/13 Since July 2012, all LOTW
KU4A 104/- 3/31/15 Since 2000, Mixed
K5LG 103/- 2/20/16 100 milliWatts – summer of 2014

To include your info in the listing, send email to qrpdxcc{AT}aa4ga.com, or just use the form below.

Note: I’m apparently missing some notifications from the form, so if you use it and I haven’t updated you in a day or two, drop me an email at the above address. It’s pretty amazing how much spam gets posted to the comment form!

73 & Good DX!

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