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Re: LoTW with DX4WIN



I've been using Logger32.  It supports all the fields needed for interfacing
with LoTW.  http://www.kc4elo.com/page2.html

Also from the LoTW FAQ:
To match, the two QSO records (yours and the other station's) must have:

  a.. Call of each QSO matches own call of the other (including portable
       identifiers)
  b.. The modes are in the same mode group (e.g., SSB and PHONE match
        because both are PHONE)
  c.. 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):

  a.. Both QSOs must be satellite mode
  b.. Satellite name must be the same


73,
Lee-KU4OS

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bernhard E. Keiser" <keiser@ieee.org>
To: <amsat-bb@AMSAT.Org>
Sent: Monday, July 19, 2004 18:43 PM
Subject: [amsat-bb] LoTW with DX4WIN


> I am trying to enter my satellite QSOs into LoTW.  My logging software is
> DX4WIN, which logs SAT as a BAND.  LoTW does not accept this.  The DX4WIN
> people are aware of this problem, but most of their users are HF
operators, so
> this problem has only a low priority with them.  Is there a freeware
software
> program that I could export my satellite QSOs to, and that has a format
> acceptable to LoTW?  Thanks for any help/suggestions.
>
> 73,
> Bernie, W4SW
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