Hi. Good initiative, it certainly can be a very interesting activity for many on QO-100.
I believe the proposed date should be changed since 20/FEB is tomorrow and many are not even aware of this yet (or the dates up there are just examples?)
Please go simpler and highlight what really matters to everyone: number of QSOs X Grids X DXCC, no prefixes, no divisions, no trigonometry... not a N1MM expert but it should have something ready for calculate this (?) for the vhf contests here I don't even use n1mm, I just use an Excel file with the necessary fields that generates an ADIF file which I convert to Cabrillo, works perfectly.
You can upload the log in Cabrillo format to the website and the score is automatically calculated from the supplied QSO records and your own location. You don't have to keep score yourself.
Below an example of the log file:Code
Lay out QSO RecordCode
many thanks for this announcement.
Do you have any hints for connecting my IC-9700 with SDR-Console (frequency tracking) and N1MM+ Logger (typing CW + logging) at the same time?
Tnx es 73,
Being an avid N1MM+ user I don't understand your question?
N1MM+ is one of the two most populair (CW) logging programs, its 'commercial' counterpart is WinTest.
Both programs have CW (sending) options and logging, also both programs have the option
to 'program' Function Keys with standard messages where the 'variables' like callsign and
report(+serial number) are included automagically.