Re: SpotCollector - Spot Origin?



Thanks for getting back to me with your suggestions.

If the truth be told I've just wasted your valuable time. Time you
could have put to better use.

Your programmes do so much for their user that he or she expects them
to do everything. Anything not covered becomes a glaring omission;
some feature that becomes hard to live without. In this case
the "missing" feature was to tell me the name of the spotting entity.
I can look it up on a list or look at the spot on DXView's map. Time
for me to take myself aside and give myself a good slap.

Satellites: thanks for the info.

vy 73


--- In dxlab@..., "Dave AA6YQ" <aa6yq@...> wrote:

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Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2008 4:24 PM
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Subject: [dxlab] Re: SpotCollector - Spot Origin?


Thanks to both of you for getting back so soon.

When working the likes of 80m or 40m it's often useful to know
where the
spot came from to help you decide whether or not a contact is

The ODX column in the Spot Database Display shows the distance
your QTH and the spotting station; this is quite helpful in judging
"relevance" on the spot. The Band filter optionally lets you
specify a
"maximum distance to closest spotting station" for each band.

I don't want to limit SpotCollector to Europe or Africa because the
is different on higher bands - as is the time of day or time of
year or time
of 11 year solar cycle...

The Band filter optionally lets you establish "begin" and "end"
times for
each band, and if desired tie these to local sunrise and sunset

Am I allowed another question on another topic? Does DxLabs cater
for DXCC
Satellite. I just had my fist 2 way qso via satellite this
afternoon (hi).

Congrats on the Satellite QSO! Yes, you can log Satellite QSOs
and upload
them to LotW; you should appropriately set the Propagation Mode,
Name, and Satellite Mode on the Config window's Defaults tab prior
working a Satellite pass; then you return to ionospheric QSOs,
restore these

To assess your DXCC Satellite process, filter the Log Page Display


and then generate a DXCC progress report.


Dave, AA6YQ

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