okt 15

LOG4OM Update 1.34.0

Changelog:

Award Management. Added new AwardOverride.csv file to override DXCC automatically calculated by Log4OM (or when Log4Om is not able to determine DXCC from prefix in WFF)

LoTW upload page automatically open on program closing if new QSO are available and not uploaded yet (Settings options in LOTW config page)

Improved logging on some situations

Fixed an issue on historic (monthly) backup under some circumstances

Fixed an issue that miscalculate locator from Clublog coordinates and may produce unexpected issues when a callsign is not found on external source

Fixed (added some proximity logic) to callsign analyzing function that is guessing that KH7P “could” be a prefix bounded to Hawaii instead of a full callsign.
This will prevent correct identification of callsign like KH1/KH7P as Log4om is guessing as a first instance that KH7P may be a country SUFFIX instead of a callsign, in order to maximize search chances. Incidentally KH7P is a valid prefix for Hawaii that will override check on KH1

Clublog error while deleting a QSO in some circumstances fixed.

New option in SETTINGS / SERVICES to make data quality enrichment in QSO added by external software using communicator (JTAlert, WSJT, GridTracker, etc.)

Implementation of new User Special Callsign definition database, accessible from [Settings -> UCL Database] menu

Satellite mode now shows red label with satellite code instead of “SATELLITE MODE” In main user interface, if a valid satellite is selected

okt 15

Swisslog For Windows Update 5.98c

NEW: Image viewer: Support to display images encoded in CMYK.

NEW: Image viewer: the image viewer window will be closed automatically after saving the QSO.

NEW: Add QSO > MyQTH: Added the field “Operator Call”. This is very useful for multioperator or clubs to assign the operator. This field will be exported into ADIF as the OPERATOR field.

NEW: Added TTLOC statistic. This statistic counts all Grid Squares (Maidenhead) confirmed by QSL, LoTW and eQSL.

NEW: Logbook view: JTALERT Exportation query in the ADIF Export folder. This query is very useful if you want to synchronise QSO from Swisslog to JTALERT. Use this query in a logbook view to select automatically all QSOs with modes recognised by WSJT-X/JTDX. Use the export function to export QSOs from Swisslog to the log ADIF file used by JTALERT. Simply save the export file with the same name you use for the ADIF log file in JTALERT and copy it in the log directory of JTALERT, overwriting the existing one. That’s all!

NEW: Enabled LotW and eQSL confirmations in RDA statistic

Corrected: Bug since 5.98 affecting users located in time zones where local time is -1 to -12 from UTC. Swisslog didn’t calculate correctly the time difference to UTC set by Windows and displayed a message box prompting user that “The Timedifference to UTC for the current QTH does not match the settings in Windows”. Swisslog detected Windows settings as positive number when should be negative.

Corrected: Band maps: code fully rewritten for better performance and stability. Thanks to this change some issues have been solved such as no spots after certain running time, lock ups or low performance.

Corrected: Tools | For experts only | Set DXCC in Callbook. Swisslog seemed frozen while executing this function.

Updated: 30MDG, AGCW, ARLHS, BCA, BDM, CLUBLOG, CWOPS, DCE, DCI, DEE, DEFE, DERESP, DFCF, DIG, DMC, DME, DMVE, EA QRP, EPC, eQSL, FISTS, FOC, HSC, IOTA, LYNX, LOTW, MF, NDG,  SKCC, SOTA, TBDXC, TEN TEN, URE, WCA and WFF statistics on 12/10/2018

Updated country table. THANK YOU VERY MUCH to Erik, EI4KF.

sep 29

VU – Pamban Island, AS-173

A VU team led by

VU3NPI 

will be activating

Pamban Island (Dhanushkodi) AS-173

  3 & 4 November  2018.

The team plans to be QRV on 80-10m

SSB, CW and FT8.

More details to follow soon.

sep 29

TU5MH – Ivory Coast

Bertrand, DF3FS

will be active from 

Ivory Coast

as

TU5MH

during October 20-29, 2018.

QRV on CW and SSB.

QSL requests via OQRS/Club Log.

LoTW afterwards.

sep 20

XW4XR – LAOS

Bruce, AA4XR (3W3B)

will again be active again from

Laos

as

XW4XR

between October 12-22, 2018.

QRV on 40-6m,

CW/RTTY/FT-8.

QSL via E21EIC/LoTW.

sep 07

ZD9CW – Tristan da Cunha

Steve, G4EDG

will be active from

Tristan da Cunha

as

ZD9CW

during September 20 to October 22, 2018.

QRV on 40-15m, possibly 80m.

Mainly CW & RTTY with some SSB.

QSL via LZ1JZ.

aug 31

TT8KO – Chad

Republic of Chad

Single-op DXpedition, 09 – 21 Oct 2018 by

Kenneth LA7GIA

The QTH will be a hotel in N’Djamena.

There are unfortunately not many suitable and quiet locations (noise wise).

But the plan is to have the beam and dipoles high up about 25-30 meter.

There are space for low band verticals and receiving antennas.

I also plan to avoid the static season.

QTH: N’Djamena

Modes: CW (+ maybe SSB).

No digi mode planned.

 

aug 31

A5A – Bhutan

A5A

will be active again between Sep 4-14, 2018.

Zorro, JH1AJT

will travel to Bhutan with

Champ, E21EIC.

Activity will be on 40m – 10m bands CW, SSB and FT8.

Zorro JH1AJT will focus on FT8

 Champ E21EIC will operate on Sep 4-7, 2018 on CW and SSB.

QSL to JH1AJT:

P.O. Box 8, Oiso, Naka-gun,

KANAGAWA 255-0003, Japan

OQRS will be available at Club Log after his return to Japan.

aug 31

EL2EL – Liberia

Col MM0NDX and Jonathan MM0OKG

will be active from southern Liberia

as

EL2EL

during November 5-9, 2018.

QRV on various bands, SSB & FT8.

Website with full info coming soon.

aug 17

4U1UN – News

It’s been a while since the last update but I have some news to share. We’re one step closer to being back on the air.

As some may know, Dmitri Zhikharev RA9USU along with Adrian Ciuperca KO8SCA have been working with me behind the scenes to get the station operational again.

Through the generous donations of Dima and his associates (notably Ed Kritsky NT2X), we were able to get a rack mounted K3, Acom 2000 linear amplifier, and associated network-enabled control hardware. 

We were also granted another K3 to act as a remote head from SK Tony N2UN via his widow, and delivered to us by Andrew Bodony K2LE.

Finally, Adrian has been doing a lot of behind-the-scenes networking and legwork with his counterparts to help get things done from within the United Nations.

Yesterday represents an additional milestone for the club as Adrian (who did most of the work) and I, finally erected a brand new SteppIR BigIR vertical antenna on the Secretariat’s roof.

All that remains is to connect and lay the ground radials, fine-tune the rack mounted devices, and setup and configure the remote K3.

Once done and after almost a decade off-air,

we can finally call CQ 

de 4U1UN.

73! James K2QI
President, 4U1UN

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