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Re: Logger32 - Adding N1MM ADIF Column for QSO Party Rover Log

Bob
 

... and, seeing as you're a newbie, I suppose I should tell you that if you have already imported the N1MM ADIF file without importing the APP_N1MM_ROVERCNTY field, you cannot simply import the file again to get the missing field. This is because the QSO is already in the logbook. You will need to start over with an empty logbook. SeventyThree(s).

On 04/27/2022 2:49 PM Hunter - K3IE <hunter.k3ie@...> wrote:


Hoping someone here can give me a suggestion - 

One of our TCG club members participated as a Rover in the recent GA QSO Party using N1MM Contest Logger and our club call K4TCG.  

I am the new QSL manager for our club call and was hoping to use the Logger32/LogPrint tandem to print the QSL labels for this and future club call events.  However, I cannot figure out a way to add the N1MM ADIF county column "APP_N1MM_ROVERCNTY" to the Logger32 software.  I have successfully built the LogPrint Custom label layout, which includes this N1MM County Column, and am able to generate correct multi QSO labels directly from the N1MM ADIF file en masse.   But, I was hoping to use Logger32 to pick and choose what call labels to print and export that ADIF file to LogPrint instead of all the calls coming over at once.  

Was also wondering if this is necessary or is there a way to have LogPrint extract call specific entries and from the entire N1MM log ADIF?

Thank you in advance - Hunter K3IE



Re: Logger32 - Adding N1MM ADIF Column for QSO Party Rover Log

Bob
 

See the picture at the bottom of page 82 of the help file. Pick one of the three user fields where you want to store the data from the N1MM and type in APP_N1MM_ROVERCNTY then click APPLY. Go to the Logbook Page Window and make the USER_x column visible. Or something like that. SeventyThree(s).

On 04/27/2022 2:49 PM Hunter - K3IE <hunter.k3ie@...> wrote:


Hoping someone here can give me a suggestion - 

One of our TCG club members participated as a Rover in the recent GA QSO Party using N1MM Contest Logger and our club call K4TCG.  

I am the new QSL manager for our club call and was hoping to use the Logger32/LogPrint tandem to print the QSL labels for this and future club call events.  However, I cannot figure out a way to add the N1MM ADIF county column "APP_N1MM_ROVERCNTY" to the Logger32 software.  I have successfully built the LogPrint Custom label layout, which includes this N1MM County Column, and am able to generate correct multi QSO labels directly from the N1MM ADIF file en masse.   But, I was hoping to use Logger32 to pick and choose what call labels to print and export that ADIF file to LogPrint instead of all the calls coming over at once.  

Was also wondering if this is necessary or is there a way to have LogPrint extract call specific entries and from the entire N1MM log ADIF?

Thank you in advance - Hunter K3IE



Logger32 - Adding N1MM ADIF Column for QSO Party Rover Log

Hunter - K3IE
 

Hoping someone here can give me a suggestion - 

One of our TCG club members participated as a Rover in the recent GA QSO Party using N1MM Contest Logger and our club call K4TCG.  

I am the new QSL manager for our club call and was hoping to use the Logger32/LogPrint tandem to print the QSL labels for this and future club call events.  However, I cannot figure out a way to add the N1MM ADIF county column "APP_N1MM_ROVERCNTY" to the Logger32 software.  I have successfully built the LogPrint Custom label layout, which includes this N1MM County Column, and am able to generate correct multi QSO labels directly from the N1MM ADIF file en masse.   But, I was hoping to use Logger32 to pick and choose what call labels to print and export that ADIF file to LogPrint instead of all the calls coming over at once.  

Was also wondering if this is necessary or is there a way to have LogPrint extract call specific entries and from the entire N1MM log ADIF?

Thank you in advance - Hunter K3IE



Re: VE8AT NCDXF Beacon

Bob
 

It is moved. Guess I missed the memo. SeventyThree(s).



On 04/26/2022 9:39 AM Michael Harris via groups.io <mike.harris@...> wrote:


Hi,

The beacon is incorrectly located on the L32 NCDXF beacons map.

From the Northern Alberta Radio Club web site:

<snip>
The beacon was destined to be installed at CFS Alert, at the northern
tip of Ellesmere Island, but security concerns on the military
installation made a relocation to Eureka close to 500 km to the
southwest necessary.

It now has a new loaction as of Feburary 2021 at Inuvik. NWT, Canada

68°18'26.4"N 133°29'21.1"W

68.307333, -133.489194
<unsnip>

It would be useful if this could be corrected for those of us who
monitor the beacons.

Regards,

Mike VP8NO



VE8AT

Michael Harris
 

Further to my first email.

NCDXF also lists the beacon at CP38gh Inuvik NT

Regards,

Mike VP8NO


VE8AT NCDXF Beacon

Michael Harris
 

Hi,

The beacon is incorrectly located on the L32 NCDXF beacons map.

From the Northern Alberta Radio Club web site:

<snip>
The beacon was destined to be installed at CFS Alert, at the northern tip of Ellesmere Island, but security concerns on the military installation made a relocation to Eureka close to 500 km to the southwest necessary.

It now has a new loaction as of Feburary 2021 at Inuvik. NWT, Canada

68°18'26.4"N 133°29'21.1"W

68.307333, -133.489194
<unsnip>

It would be useful if this could be corrected for those of us who monitor the beacons.

Regards,

Mike VP8NO


Re: Help trying to adjust the log with other programs.

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Hello Tuka.

 

You are right: there is information in the manual but it is quite complicated. 

 

I would start with LoTW, one of the most valuable online logs for DXers.   My ‘new user guide’ for LoTW is available in Portuguese: https://www.g4ifb.com/LoTW_New_User_Guide_Portuguese.pdf

 

You can export your log from Logger32 as an ADIF file (see section 3.2 of the Logger32 User Manual), then sign and upload it to LoTW using the TQSL program. 

 

Logger32 can send new QSOs to LoTW using an extra program – “L32LogSync” from Rick N2AMG  (see section 17.2).  It can send QSOs in groups (e.g. all the QSOs you have made this month) or individually as they are logged.  See https://www.n2amg.com/software/l32-logsync/

 

L32LogSync can also upload your QSOs to eQSL, Club Log, HRDLOG and QRZ.com, and to websites and cloud storage:

 

 

Click to tick the ones you want to use under Program Setup, then configure them using the tabs that appear.  Again, you will need to set up your accounts for these online logging services first.

 

73 GL

Gary  (Hawkes Bay NZ)

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of antonio carlos rodrigues via groups.io
Sent: Monday, 25 April 2022 12:21 pm
To: Hanlogger <hamlogger@groups.io>
Subject: [hamlogger] Help trying to adjust the log with other programs.

 

Good evening everyone.

I'm trying to automate the logger32 with all the programs we have available ( qrz.com, lotw,e-qsl, hrdlog , etc...) but I'm having some difficulties, I already asked for this help and a colleague posted that the manul would have the information but with running time I didn't find it and I'm also not concegindo to do it, could someone help me with some tip or information.

and also how to separate the cw and ssb contacts to updy the log

Thank you for the help and I apologize for the poor English

73dx

Tuka py2bn

Americana -sp

Brazil


Help trying to adjust the log with other programs.

antonio carlos rodrigues
 

Good evening everyone.
I'm trying to automate the logger32 with all the programs we have available ( qrz.com, lotw,e-qsl, hrdlog , etc...) but I'm having some difficulties, I already asked for this help and a colleague posted that the manul would have the information but with running time I didn't find it and I'm also not concegindo to do it, could someone help me with some tip or information.
and also how to separate the cw and ssb contacts to updy the log
Thank you for the help and I apologize for the poor English
73dx
Tuka py2bn
Americana -sp
Brazil


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Ken McVie
 

It's already getting there Gary!!!!

73

Ken ZL4NR


On 25/04/2022 9:55 am, Gary Hinson wrote:

This is a fairly rare occurrence: can’t the operator simply decide which of the foxes to call at the moment, focusing on either one for a few cycles then perhaps swapping?  I honestly don’t see much value in automating this, beyond what Logger32 already does to highlight ‘new ones’.

 

There is already a risk of automating ourselves out of the hobby, turning us into machine-minders.  Where’s the fun in that? 

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Panos
Sent: Monday, 25 April 2022 7:23 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

 

Some times there is more than one dx on same freq. (for example TX5N & JW0X on 17M), cherry picking from time to time may select the readable one 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Again, the operator can (should!) keep an eye on things, dynamically adjusting as necessary.

 

Failing that, responding to a marginal or disappearing fox is something the digimode software can handle. 

 

It sounds as if you believe the 10 minute watchdog timeout is too long, so why not reduce it?  It’s just a software setting, isn’t it? 

 

Or have I misunderstood?  Entirely possible! 

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Fabio IZ8MBW via groups.io
Sent: Monday, 25 April 2022 7:38 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

 

In addiction to the example made by Panos, Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation can call only if/when the DX Station is decoded.

If for example the Watch Dog is set to 10 minutes (for example) and the DXPedition went in QRT or signal is too low to be decoded, the software will go to call anyway until the Watch Dog goes in time Out. Instead if Cherry-picking works also in F/H operation, the software will go to call only if/when the DX Station is really decoded.

 

73

Fabio, IZ8MBW

 

 

 

On Sunday, April 24, 2022, 09:23:32 PM GMT+2, Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:

 

 

Some times there is more than one dx on same freq. (for example TX5N & JW0X on 17M), cherry picking from time to time may select the readable one 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

This is a fairly rare occurrence: can’t the operator simply decide which of the foxes to call at the moment, focusing on either one for a few cycles then perhaps swapping?  I honestly don’t see much value in automating this, beyond what Logger32 already does to highlight ‘new ones’.

 

There is already a risk of automating ourselves out of the hobby, turning us into machine-minders.  Where’s the fun in that? 

 

73

Gary  ZL2iFB

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Panos
Sent: Monday, 25 April 2022 7:23 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

 

Some times there is more than one dx on same freq. (for example TX5N & JW0X on 17M), cherry picking from time to time may select the readable one 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Fabio IZ8MBW
 

In addiction to the example made by Panos, Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation can call only if/when the DX Station is decoded.
If for example the Watch Dog is set to 10 minutes (for example) and the DXPedition went in QRT or signal is too low to be decoded, the software will go to call anyway until the Watch Dog goes in time Out. Instead if Cherry-picking works also in F/H operation, the software will go to call only if/when the DX Station is really decoded.

73
Fabio, IZ8MBW



On Sunday, April 24, 2022, 09:23:32 PM GMT+2, Panos <sv1grn@...> wrote:


Some times there is more than one dx on same freq. (for example TX5N & JW0X on 17M), cherry picking from time to time may select the readable one 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Panos <sv1grn@...>
 

Some times there is more than one dx on same freq. (for example TX5N & JW0X on 17M), cherry picking from time to time may select the readable one 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Gary Hinson <Gary@...>
 

Why?

 

What are you hoping to achieve?

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io <hamlogger@groups.io> On Behalf Of Panos
Sent: Monday, 25 April 2022 5:24 am
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

 

Using wsjt-x here, I wonder if could cherry picking work in f/h mode?


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Panos <sv1grn@...>
 

Using wsjt-x here, I wonder if could cherry picking work in f/h mode?


Re: Sometimes QSO does not upload to LotW

Mark van Wijk
 

Hi Rick,

OK, makes sense.  It just happened again.
What I do not understand is that at any next QSO which IS uploaded correctly, it does not solve the previous missed QSO.

Work around: open TQSL and manually enter that single QSO and upload it,

Tnx for your support!

73 Mark PA5MW


Re: Sometimes QSO does not upload to LotW

Rick Ellison
 

Hi Mark..

You would need to turn Debug on and leave it on to see what is causing it. More than likely a connection to the Lotw server is the issue. From time to time it will return a not accessible error when all of it’s incoming connections are full. That information will print to the debug file. You just need to watch it as the debug file can grow in size.

 

73 Rick N2AMG

 

From: hamlogger@groups.io [mailto:hamlogger@groups.io] On Behalf Of Mark van Wijk via groups.io
Sent: Sunday, April 24, 2022 5:15 AM
To: hamlogger@groups.io
Subject: [hamlogger] Sometimes QSO does not upload to LotW

 

I have the automatic LOtW upload utility working for 2yrs now.

Every now and then a QSO is not uploaded automatically to LotW and also not when any next QSO's are.

Example: 
- QSY with JYxxx on 20m, uploaded to LotW immediately after QSO
- over the next two weeks some 20 QSO's also uploaded correctly
- yesterday new QSO with same JYxxx now on 10m is NOT uploaded. Line stays in pink color as 'not LotW uploaded'
- some additional 5 QSO's are all immediately uploaded

Looking on the LotW website all is just as what LOgger32 tells me. Some recent QSO's of this week even already cfmd .
But the JYxxx QSO on 10m is not there.  The previous one on 20m is, and cfmd.

This occurs every 20-30 QSO's or so.
read the latest user manual online, but cannot find any reason why the 10m JYxxx QSO was not accepted. All QSO fields contain relevant info just like other qSO's.
What is happening here?

73 Mark PA5MW


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Fabio IZ8MBW
 

Hi Aki,
I think Panos is asking what I asked times ago: https://groups.io/g/hamlogger/topic/cherry_picking_during_hound/81894225


73
Fabio, IZ8MBW



On Sunday, April 24, 2022, 01:08:20 PM GMT+2, ja1nlx <ayoshida0205@...> wrote:


Just uncheck "Cherry-picking" in UDP BandMap then click "Found" button in JTDX.
You need anything more ?

73 de aki
JA1NLX

------ Original Message ------
From: "Panos" <sv1grn@...>
Sent: 2022/04/24 19:31:29
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Hi, I wonder if crerry-picking option could support Fox Hound? 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

ja1nlx
 

Just uncheck "Cherry-picking" in UDP BandMap then click "Found" button in JTDX.
You need anything more ?

73 de aki
JA1NLX

------ Original Message ------
From: "Panos" <sv1grn@...>
Sent: 2022/04/24 19:31:29
Subject: Re: [hamlogger] Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Hi, I wonder if crerry-picking option could support Fox Hound? 73


Re: Cherry-picking during Hound (DXPedition) operation

Panos <sv1grn@...>
 

Hi, I wonder if crerry-picking option could support Fox Hound? 73

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