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Re: LoTW satellite contact update



Interesting.  That would mean that all the various modes of RS-12/13 
wouldn't matter to LoTW.  And I was just getting ready to break up my 
RS-12/13 log...maybe I don't have to!

At 20:07 2003-10-12, Lee wrote:
>I just noticed that the following was posted as a change to the ARRL's LoTW
>web site on 11 Sep 2003.
>https://www.arrl.org/lotw/faq#datamatch
>
>To match, the two QSO records (yours and the other station's) must have:
>  *  Call of each QSO matches own call of the other (including portable
>identifiers)
>*   The modes are in the same mode group (e.g., SSB and PHONE match because
>both are PHONE)
>*   The date/time values are the same within 30 minutes (all times are UTC)
>
>In addition, if the QSO is a satellite QSO (indicated by the propagation
>mode):
>*   Both QSOs must be satellite mode
>*   Satellite name must be the same
>
>
>As a result of this change it appears that the only unique fields that are
>needed for satellite QSOs are SAT_NAME and PROP_MODE.
>
>73,
>Lee-KU4OS
>
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Scott Townley NX7U
Gilbert, AZ  DM43di
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