Re: 070 members in Delaware?


David Westbrook
 

The 070 Members page on the web site (under the LONP heading) lists QTHs
of members. Three of the 1676 members are listed in Delaware, but you can't
tell whether any of these use LoTW.

My 070 Member data list on http://www.hamclubs.info/ includes that info and
more :)

It has a "last_lotw" and "last_eqsl" column, which is the latest date from
the logs in the endorsement checker database where someone uploaded a QSO
with that call, and it has the ADIF field <LOTW_QSL_RCVD> or
<EQSL_QSL_RCVD> set to "Y", "S", or "V".

Also has a "last_worked" column, for the last time (according to logs
uploaded to the endorsement checker) any member worked that callsign.

===> That "current members data" list on hamclubs.info is a consolidation
of most of the available 070 user information from the 070 website, plus
some info from the endorsement checker -- so lots of good stuff if you need
a easy (CSV/excel) to work with list of 070 info.

You could always go to the HB9BZA or WD5EAE lists of LoTW users to
cross-reference the three.

Or uses of DXLab can use DXView -- it will indicate LoTW status and recent
upload date.

Or anyone can log into their ARRL LoTW account, and use the "Find Call"
tool they have on there ... e.g.
https://lotw.arrl.org/lotwuser/act?act=kj4izw

73!
--david
KJ4IZW




On Sun, May 19, 2013 at 8:18 PM, melachri <w3hf@...> wrote:

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Tim -

K3UK is a good resource for general WAS-type skeds, but you asked
specifically about 070 members.

The 070 Members page on the web site (under the LONP heading) lists QTHs
of members. Three of the 1676 members are listed in Delaware, but you can't
tell whether any of these use LoTW.

You could always go to the HB9BZA or WD5EAE lists of LoTW users to
cross-reference the three. But it's probably more useful for me to tell you
that I have DE confirmations on LoTW from members K3MQ and K3CWF.

Steve
W3HF


--- In 070@..., Tim Richardson <groupsrichart@...> wrote:

Looking for an 070 club member in Delaware who also uses Logbook of the
World. Delaware is the last state I need for WAS. Anyone out there
willing to set up a sked on 40 or 20 meters? Reply off-list to w4iou@...

Thanks!

Tim W4IOU


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