Re: More questions about DXCC Credit Analysis Report
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It cannot be determined from that entry. Is it from LOTW or from DXLab?
From an Original DXCC listing, it should look like:
DXCC: Jamaica (82)
Mode: CW (cw)
This would be a credit ONLY for CW DXCC. It will not be a credit for Mixed DXCC or a 20 meter credit in DXCC Records.
Credits prior to 1992 came from the original record for the original mode only. Prior to 1992, if you submitted a 6Y card for Mixed, you would submit it again for CW. There would be no record for 20 meters, as no band records were kept, even for 5Band DXCC.
I still believe this stems from your being a beta tester and how the records were entered on your end at that time. Since I was largely inactive from 2000 to 2014, and did not sign on to LOTW until then, I have no problem with my old records, as the near 40,000 QSOs entered since 1961 were entered after 2014, and were all entered with logged date and time. I had a surprising number of matches on those old one from the 80s
On Wednesday, May 29, 2019, 10:23:20 AM CDT, Pete Smith <n4zr@...> wrote:
Say I have an entry in this report as follows:
"149 851347831 card 6Y5BF 82 1976-01-01 20M CW no exact match found in log, new Entity, Entity-Band, Entity-Mode"
Is the part following
the mode received from ARRL, or is that DXKeeper's analysis
based on what *it* knows about, in this case, the status of
various QSOs with 6Y5 as of 1976? When I do the various on-line
lookups on my Logbook's DXCC Report, it appears to say that I
have gotten credit for the entity and the mode, but not yet for
the band. Is there any efficient way to repeat this process for
each listing in the report?
This is what I get from the Mixed listing:
. Can you tell from the way these listings are formatted whether
credit was given for mode or band? Is this the significance of
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