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Re: Record Number are in reverse

AI3KS
 

Lou,

I don't believe that clicking on a column is a permanent fix. If I recall, everything will reset back the next time you open ACLog.

File> Sort log on date is permanent.

Steve, AI3KS

On 20/11/29 13:51, Lou Everett, Sr. wrote:
Try clicking on Record#.  See what that does.

Lou WA5LOU

On Sun, Nov 29, 2020 at 12:22 PM Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...> wrote:
I imported my logs, but the "record numbers" are backwards.  So Record Number 1 is the very last entry, instead of one from years ago.  How do I fix this?


Re: Record Number are in reverse

Lou Everett, Sr. <loueverettsr@...>
 

Try clicking on Record#.  See what that does.

Lou WA5LOU


On Sun, Nov 29, 2020 at 12:22 PM Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...> wrote:
I imported my logs, but the "record numbers" are backwards.  So Record Number 1 is the very last entry, instead of one from years ago.  How do I fix this?


Re: no upload to QRZ?

Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...>
 

Unfortunately, there is no AUTOMATED LOTW to QRZ - It's still one more manual process to get from AClog to QRZ (and then HRD?).  Not sure I can leave my old logging program if I have to manually update two other online logs every day.  


Re: no upload to QRZ?

AE0JR
 

From: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io [mailto:N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io] On Behalf Of Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X
Sent: Sunday, November 29, 2020 11:58 AM
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io
Subject: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] no upload to QRZ?

 

Am I missing how to upload logs to QRZ?


Re: Trying to up load AClog to QRZ log book!!?? Help!!

Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...>
 

On Fri, May 10, 2019 at 09:01 AM, "KF5WGB" <ralfvoepel@...> wrote:
A2Q+ - ACLog to QRZ upload program
I cannot find a place to download your program


no upload to QRZ?

Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...>
 

Am I missing how to upload logs to QRZ?


Re: Record Number are in reverse

AI3KS
 

File > Sort Log on Date.

Steve, AI3KS

On 20/11/29 11:57, Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X wrote:
I imported my logs, but the "record numbers" are backwards.  So Record Number 1 is the very last entry, instead of one from years ago.  How do I fix this?


Re: FT Roundup Contest Log

AI3KS
 

Mel,

The exchange is the same as RTTY Roundup. Not sure that the scoring is the same, but it should catch dupes.

Details here on setting up WSJT:

https://www.rttycontesting.com/ft-roundup/rules/

Hope this helps.

Steve, AI3KS


On 20/11/29 11:20, Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA wrote:
WHich N3FJP Contest log can you use for the FT ROundup Contest December 4 & 5?


Re: AC Log Calldata Out of Date?

Bert W0RSB
 

If you're so inclined, you can make your own up-to-date callbook every Sunday.

You'll need a copy of FCC document pa_ddef51, ULS Data File Formats, in order to make sense of the data you download.
https://www.fcc.gov/files/paddef51pdf

Start by downloading the raw call data from the FCC:

I use "wget" like this:
wget --no-check-certificate --verbose --progress=bar -4 -N ftp://wirelessftp.fcc.gov/pub/uls/complete/l_amat.zip
(The FCC database is updated every week, on Sunday.)

Then extract the two pieces of the database that you need in order to extract only the current, active calls, EN.DAT and HD.DAT:

unzip -o -C l_amat.zip EN.DAT HD.DAT

The file EN.DAT has a list of all ham calls, even those that are not currently active.

The file EN.DAT has all the name, address, and other data needed to make a useful callbook. Just remember that not all the entries are for active calls.
EN.DAT also has a "Unique System Identifier" in field 2 for each call which you'll use to find the entry with the status data in HD.DAT.

The file HD.DAT has the same list of calls without the personal data, but has a status code that you use to determine if the call is currently active.
In HD.DAT, if the field 6 "License status" has the alphabetic status "A" then the call is currently active.
In HD.DAT, the "Unique System Identifier" is also in field 2.

If you have database software available, you can create tables with HD.DAT and EN.DAT data, extract the active call entries, which you can then use to produce a result containing only the active files in whatever format you need.

My simple-minded brute-force approach is to first extract all entries from HD.DAT that have a "License Status" field of "A", saving only the "Unique System Identifier" in a C#  Hashtable.

I then pass through the EN.DAT table. If the "Unique System Identifier" matches one I saved when I devoured the HD.DAT table, I know that the call is active.

If all you want is a simple list of all currently active calls, just copy the fields from each line in EN.DAT that's marked as active and format the parts that you want.

If you want to split all the calls in a format that you can feed to ACLOG, you have a bit more massaging and formatting to do.

There are probably typos, misspellings, and confusion between HD.DAT and EN.DAT in this post, but I think you can make your way through the mistakes.

Have fun!

--
Bert - W0RSB
Saint Paul, MN


Record Number are in reverse

Lahra "Flip" Svare KT9X <kt9x@...>
 

I imported my logs, but the "record numbers" are backwards.  So Record Number 1 is the very last entry, instead of one from years ago.  How do I fix this?


Re: AC Log Calldata Out of Date?

Lou Everett, Sr. <loueverettsr@...>
 

Which database have you chosen to use.  You can choose the one you want in the N3FJP software.  Which one have you chosen?

Lou


On Sun, Nov 29, 2020 at 8:29 AM N7GHG <chipz40@...> wrote:
I had an interesting experience in my POTA activation yesterday.  I'm BRAND NEW to this software and it was my first time using it.
I made about ten different contacts with the same person (once on each of 10 different bands)  and the output from whatever the database used was weird.
I typed in his call sign.. and up pops two different names.. One was in CO and one in ID.  The one in CO was incorrect.  The one in ID has had his call for at least a few years.

What database is used?  When I type his call into QRZ.. everything looks correct.. but in ACLog.. it gets this dual problem.. It's only happened this one time

I had a similar issue with a 2nd contact where this ham replied to my QRZ and, of course, a name and address popped up.  But it was incorrect information.

Curious how frequent this happens..
What database is used for the contact data?

My N3FJP download took place about a week ago.


FT Roundup Contest Log

Mel - N7GCO - Cheney, WA
 

WHich N3FJP Contest log can you use for the FT ROundup Contest December 4 & 5?


Re: ACLog popularity at SKCC

David Latour
 

I’m one of them
--
David VE4DL


Re: WSJT-X

Randy Allen
 

I've been using GridTracker for several months.  Uploads contacts to ACL, LOTW, eQSL and Club Log seamlessly once I hit the confirm button on the QSO window of WSJT-X.


Re: Rig Control for Kenwood TS-590

Larry N8QNM
 

I've been following this thread with interest as my TS-590SG developed similar symptoms this week. I've noticed that many posts here and on the WSJTX group seem to be centered on the ports being reconfigured. I kept an eye out expecting a  Windows update to mess it up and sure enough I got mine this week. 

I wrote down all my settings when I first got it working and so it was a simple check to see the settings changed. But my first initial check showed the radio wasn't even being seen by the computer. Probably due to my also using the computer for video conferencing for work. Completely separate audio (and video) streams and hardware but it seems WSJTX went back to default rather than the specific sound devices. Anyway, I had to go back into the radio menus to set the baud rate, no idea how those changed....don't forget this radio requires the power to be cycled after port changes as the port is always active even when off!

The main takeaways are:   write down your working settings and remember to cycle the radio power when changing port settings. 

Larry N8QNM 


Special calls

Larry Stowell K1ZW
 

Just worked Belgium " OQ5BECLEVER" how do we do that its a club station ON6GB for the covid.
73 Larry K1ZW


Re: AC Log Calldata Out of Date?

WA7WS
 

I had an interesting experience in my POTA activation yesterday.  I'm BRAND NEW to this software and it was my first time using it.
I made about ten different contacts with the same person (once on each of 10 different bands)  and the output from whatever the database used was weird.
I typed in his call sign.. and up pops two different names.. One was in CO and one in ID.  The one in CO was incorrect.  The one in ID has had his call for at least a few years.

What database is used?  When I type his call into QRZ.. everything looks correct.. but in ACLog.. it gets this dual problem.. It's only happened this one time

I had a similar issue with a 2nd contact where this ham replied to my QRZ and, of course, a name and address popped up.  But it was incorrect information.

Curious how frequent this happens..
What database is used for the contact data?

My N3FJP download took place about a week ago.


Re: WSJT-X

Jim Shorney
 

I use this:

https://github.com/dslotter/wsjtx_to_n3fjp/

73

-Jim
NU0C

On Sat, 28 Nov 2020 19:51:24 -0600
"Dennis Wage" <dwage@dwage.com> wrote:

What is the best way to my WSJT log to the AC Log. The only way I’ve found
is to import the WSJT log and then remove duplicates. Or upload the WSJT
log with LOTW QSL software. --
Dennis M. Wage (iPhone)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net
http://overdubs.net





Re: WSJT-X

Bill Grover
 

An easier way once setup is to go to HamApps.com and download JTAlert.  Once installed does it not only assist in alerting you to contacts you want in FT8 and FT4 but interfaces WSJT-X to ACLog in real time.  Once properly connected when your QSO ends a pop up appears with the logging info.  Clicking the log button will add the contact into ACLog.

You can run the components on different computers.  I have WSJT-X and JTAlert on one computer and ACLog on a different computer.


From: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io> on behalf of Dave via groups.io <kc3am@...>
Sent: Saturday, November 28, 2020 9:00:20 PM
To: N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io <N3FJPSoftwareUsers@groups.io>
Subject: Re: [N3FJPSoftwareUsers] WSJT-X
 
I have been doing it this way for a while now. Takes a minute and all is done
 ACL & WSJT-X are on the same computer and I find it easy enough to do.

Dave KC3AM

On 11/28/2020 20:51, Dennis Wage wrote:
What is the best way to my WSJT log to the AC Log. The only way I’ve found is to import the WSJT log and then remove duplicates. Or upload the WSJT log with LOTW QSL software. --
Dennis M. Wage (iPhone)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net
http://overdubs.net

--
Hams should be seen as well as heard, 73, Dave KC3AM


Re: WSJT-X

Tom Hauer K0YA
 

I use JTALERT. Logging is seamless. JTALERT does all the work.

Tom Hauer, K0YA
Highland Lakes ARES Emergency Coordinator
319 551-9788

On Sat, Nov 28, 2020, 8:00 PM Dave via groups.io <kc3am=verizon.net@groups.io> wrote:
I have been doing it this way for a while now. Takes a minute and all is done
 ACL & WSJT-X are on the same computer and I find it easy enough to do.

Dave KC3AM

On 11/28/2020 20:51, Dennis Wage wrote:
What is the best way to my WSJT log to the AC Log. The only way I’ve found is to import the WSJT log and then remove duplicates. Or upload the WSJT log with LOTW QSL software. --
Dennis M. Wage (iPhone)

245 Corum Hill Road
Castalian Springs, TN 37031
(615) 310-4242 Cell
(615) 562-5128 Home
http://hammondb3organ.net
http://overdubs.net

--
Hams should be seen as well as heard, 73, Dave KC3AM

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