[Moon-Net] ARRL Contest logs
dj3jj at gmx.net
Sun Nov 20 21:06:37 CET 2016
I found, but did not test the freeware*Gen Log* from W3KM supporting
ARRL eme contest:
Hope this helps.....
Am 20.11.2016 um 20:36 schrieb Conrad PA5Y:
> Hello Rick Cabrillo format is limited in terms of mode or the mo
> column so I assume that I need to change the JT65B output from my
> logging program to RY to be suitable for the Cabrillo format?
> My logging program outputs in ADIF format but I believe that there are
> conversion tools from ADIF to Cabrillo. I use VQLog so if anyone knows
> a simple way of using the output options in VQlog to produce ARRL
> compliant Cabrillo files please let me know. I expect that it will be
> a 2 part process but I have to merge the two weekends anyway so that
> is OK for me.
> Conrad PA5Y
> On 20/11/2016 18:34, Rick R wrote:
>> Hi to all---there was LOTS of activity for the three ARRL EME
>> weekends. I know that many of you will submit your logs, and I want
>> to encourage ALL of you to PLEASE submit your Cabrillo format logs
>> electronically to EMEContest at arrl.org <mailto:EMEContest at arrl.org>
>> or on paper with a summary sheet to
>> ARRL Contest Branch
>> 225 Main St
>> Newington, CT 06111 USA
>> They must be postmarked within 30 days after the end of the contest.
>> See below for other electronic formats.
>> The more activity we show to ARRL, the greater the attention to our
>> feedback on the rules and pictures and space in QST.
>> Also, if any of you have a little story, unique contacts, or pictures
>> to send to me for potential publication in QST, please forward them.
>> TNX in advance, Rick, K1DS
>> The Subject of the e-mail must contain ONLY the participant's call
>> sign, such as: SUBJECT: W1HQ (Don't use the example, please use your
>> own call sign.)
>> Do not include anything other than your call sign in the subject line
>> of your email, such as contest name or category, the file extension
>> of the log file.
>> Text-based Cabrillo-formatted log files ending with .log, .txt or.cbr
>> are the only file types accepted.
>> Your log file should ONLY contain your call sign and the file type
>> (examples: W1AW.log, W1AW.txt or W1AW.cbr). Do not add anything else.
>> A file with anything other than the callsign in the name will cause
>> your entry to be returned.
>> If your logging program does not output the required Cabrillo format
>> or if you log by hand, you may enter your data via
>> http://www.b4h.net/cabforms/ and select the event of interest. You
>> can input your log data which will be converted to a Cabrillo
>> formatted log for you (it will generate a log and return it to you),
>> and then you can in turn submit your Cabrillo log via email or web
>> app.These applets allow you to input all of the required information
>> for each contest -- both summary sheet information and individual QSO
>> information. Once the data entry is finished, the applet will then
>> submit the entry and supply you with a confirmation. It will also
>> send an e-mail copy to you for your records. Web applet submissions
>> must be completed no later than the published log deadline of the
>> contest.To use our web app to submit your Cabrillo format log, go to
>> http://contest-log-submission.arrl.org/While ARRL encourages you to
>> convert paper logs electronically using the web applet
>> <http://b4h.net/cabforms/>,theystill accept hand written paper logs.
>> A paper submission must use an up-to-date summary sheet. Paper logs
>> of 200 QSOs or more must include a dupe sheet -- an alphanumeric list
>> of stations (call signs) worked, separated by band.
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