Contest Multipliers 2012

M1
Post Code and Country Multipliers. The multiplier for a band is the sum of the number of different DXCC countries and UK post code areas worked on that band.
Contacts with stations where the country cannot be determined (such as those with GB stations), will not count as a country multiplier, even if the country the station was operated from is self-evident.
A full list of DXCCs can be found here http://www.arrl.org/files/file/DXCC/dxcclist_2011e.txt A full list of Postcodes can be found here http://www.rsgbcc.org/vhf/rules/12rules/postcode.htm

M2
QTH Locator Multiplier. The multiplier for a band is the sum of the number of different large locator squares (e.g. JO01,IO91 etc.) worked on that band

M3
Post Code, Country and QTH Locator Multiplier. The multiplier for a band is the sum of the number of different DXCC countries, U.K. post code areas, and large QTH locator squares (e.g. JO01,IO91 etc.) worked on that band.
Contacts with stations where the country cannot be determined (such as those with GB stations), will not count as a country multiplier, even if the country the station was operated from is self-evident.
A full list of DXCCs can be found here http://www.arrl.org/files/file/DXCC/dxcclist_2011e.txt A full list of Postcodes can be found here http://www.rsgbcc.org/vhf/rules/12rules/postcode.htm

M4
Country and QTH Locator Multiplier. The multiplier for a band is the sum of the number of different DXCC countries, and large QTH locator squares (e.g. JO01,IO91 etc.) worked on that band
Contacts with stations where the country cannot be determined (such as those with GB stations), will not count as a country multiplier, even if the country the station was operated from is self-evident.
A full list of DXCCs can be found here http://www.arrl.org/files/file/DXCC/dxcclist_2011e.txt

M5
UK QTH Locator Multipliers. The multiplier is the sum of the number of different large locator squares (e.g. JO01,IO91 etc.) worked on that band. Only contacts with UK stations (G, GW, GM, GI, GD, GU, GJ) count for multipliers.