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I am active on HF bands since September
My logbook tell me that I have 1850 QSO with Russian Stations
(counting Asiatic Russia [DXCC code 15] + European Russia [DXCC
code 54) + Kaliningrad [DXCC code 126])
"Only" 676 QSOs has been so far confirmed by LOTW.
Le 03/08/2021 à 21:21, aadu.adok a
Any educated guess how many russian stations are
even using lotw?
I was under impression that not too many.
On Tue, Aug 3, 2021, 10:04 PM
Evgeny Glukhov <voljsky@...
Hamlog now use lotw sync for some awards (New England
County Awards, R150c and Russia).
It seems to be useful to get some lotw data for the RDA
We can use grid info for district definition, for
W1UAA & R4AS @hamlog.online
We have described this procedure in detail here:
03.08.2021 21:50, rudy i3vwk пишет:
tnx, but i do not understand what kind of
screenshot you mean,
may be i do not use correctly lotw.
can you give a exemple ?
Il giorno mar 3
ago 2021 alle ore 20:30 ra3r <rdaward@...
You are absolutely right.
accreditations (without Hamlog) you must
take screenshots of your LOTW QSLs
(available on your LOTW account) and
import these pictures on mydxeu page using
the QSL scan method.
If the Russian station you worked is not
using Hamlog, it is the only way (I think)
to validate a new RDA if the station
didn't send his log to mydx.eu
and also not to hamlog.
Hope it will help.
73 de Thierry, F4GVO
Le 03/08/2021 à 19:49, rudy i3vwk a
i have a question, how can i do for
accreditation of qso confirmed via lotw ??
i have imported qsl lotw to hamlog but no
resutl at the moment.