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Re: LotW in 2008

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Phil,
Thanks, and I'll look forward to your upload.
Milton
W6QE

----- Original Message -----
From: Phil Barnett
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 7:26 PM
Subject: Re: [070] LotW in 2008


On Wed, 2008-12-17 at 01:53 +0000, sly_garb wrote:

> Thanks to all of the members that have uploaded their logs from the
> recent contests so promptly to LotW.
> If possible, maybe all of the members that use LotW could upload all of
> their logs before Jan 1st?
> Thanks for all of the confirmations, past and future from you guys/gals!
> Milton

I usually do mine once a year right after Jan 1. If they weren't such a
pain to do, I'd do it more often. This is one reason I like eQSL.
Automatic upload is built into HRD QSO by QSO.






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Re: LotW in 2008

Phil Barnett <philb@...>
 

On Wed, 2008-12-17 at 01:53 +0000, sly_garb wrote:

Thanks to all of the members that have uploaded their logs from the
recent contests so promptly to LotW.
If possible, maybe all of the members that use LotW could upload all of
their logs before Jan 1st?
Thanks for all of the confirmations, past and future from you guys/gals!
Milton
I usually do mine once a year right after Jan 1. If they weren't such a
pain to do, I'd do it more often. This is one reason I like eQSL.
Automatic upload is built into HRD QSO by QSO.


LotW in 2008

sly_garb <w6qe@...>
 

Thanks to all of the members that have uploaded their logs from the
recent contests so promptly to LotW.
If possible, maybe all of the members that use LotW could upload all of
their logs before Jan 1st?
Thanks for all of the confirmations, past and future from you guys/gals!
Milton
W6QE


Re: General Logger

Milton Garb <w6qe@...>
 

Art,
I use GenLog32, live as I contest. The only thing I needed to do was watch for the 5 point contacts, and log them as a 5 pointer.
What you could do, depending on the number of contacts you actually have, is to go back, enter your log manually, let the time and date default to the current time and date, find your score and then send it in with the MixW .adif as an attachment.
There really doesn't seem to be a panacea for your situation that I can think of.
Milton
W6QE

----- Original Message -----
From: wb4mnk
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Tuesday, December 16, 2008 2:54 PM
Subject: [070] General Logger


Wonder if anyone in the 070 Club uses General Logger to score their
contest ? I would like to use General Logger to score my Death Match
Contest. My contacts for the contest are in the MixW log which I though
I could export them by adif to General Logger which would figure my
score for me. I can not even find an import adif in General Logger.Will
appreciate any help that would get me on the correct track.

73,
Art
WB4MNK






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General Logger

wb4mnk <wb4mnk@...>
 

Wonder if anyone in the 070 Club uses General Logger to score their
contest ? I would like to use General Logger to score my Death Match
Contest. My contacts for the contest are in the MixW log which I though
I could export them by adif to General Logger which would figure my
score for me. I can not even find an import adif in General Logger.Will
appreciate any help that would get me on the correct track.

73,
Art
WB4MNK


New members 812 & 813

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

Please welcome new members Jamie KA1JF #812 and William KD4VLF #813. The LONP pages will be updated when K8IJ returns home later this week! 73 de Jay N3DQU


MULTIPLIERS

ROY PINKSTON <roywq9z@...>
 

Re: MultipliersĢ



From:
Adam Lawler (cqwk4p@yahoo.com)

Sent:
Tue 12/16/08 6:54 AM

To:
roy pinkston (roywq9z@hotmail.com)






Roy,

Canada and the US are a Country in S/P/C.† A country will count like any other part of the SPC equation.

For example, if you made 4 contacts in the DM, working NC on 20 meter P31, 20 meter P63, 40 meter P31 and 40 meter P63, you would have 8 mults, 4 for NC for each band/mode and 4 for the USofA for each band/mode.

Also I've heard of some confusion about contacts with the bonus station.† Contacts with me count as 5 QSO paoints.† So if all those contacts were with me you would have a total of 20 QSO points to be multiplied by the 8 mults.† If they were made with another NC station you would only have 4 QSO points x†8 mults.

Hope this helps and you can clarify any confusion out there.

Peace and 73
Adam WK4P...The Power

--- On Tue, 12/16/08, roy pinkston <roywq9z@hotmail.com> wrote:

From: roy pinkston <roywq9z@hotmail.com>
Subject: Multipliers
To: cqwk4p@yahoo.com
Date: Tuesday, December 16, 2008, 7:25 AM




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Adam/WK4P I have for the past several days†been reading several opinions on how to count
DXCC†multipliers for Canada and the U.S.A. Adam, if I worked Canada and U.S.A. stations on five
different bands and†two different modes, do†I have 10 DXCC for each or do I have 2? I understand
that I get one†multiplier†per modes/band for each S/P worked. My question is how many times can
Canada and the U.S.A. be counted as DXCC. Corn-fused in IL. Best 73's Roy/WQ9Z.






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Death Match Score

n5fpw@brmemc.net <n5fpw@...>
 

Larry, N5FPW in Brasstown
Class 2 Final Score: 23328

Summary:

80 mtrs
PSK31 63 Qs 31 Mults
PSK63 3 Qs 4 Mults

40 Mtrs
PSK31 107 Qs 34 Mults
PSK63 11 Qs 10 Mults

20 Mtrs
PSK31 25 Qs 21 Mults
PSK63 7 Qs 8 Mults

Totals 216 Qs x 108 Mults = 23328

Soapbox:

Highlight of this contest was working UN1L on a 40 mtr grayline prop Sunday morning. Asia on 40 mtrs finally!

73 de Larry

Larry Van Horn, N5FPW
President, Teak Publishing, Brasstown NC
Monitoring Times Assistant/Technical Editor


K8IJ status

J Budzowski <jbudzowski@...>
 

A note to the membership that K8IJ is currently out of town and will be unable to update webpages, etc until Thursday Dec 18 at the earliest...73 de Jay N3DQU


Re: Death Match Score

Phil Barnett <philb@...>
 

On Sunday 14 December 2008 19:53:02 sly_garb wrote:
Milton Garb, W6QE
Class 2
190 Q's X 90 Multipliers + WK4P Points
17,460 Points.
Soapbox: Great Contest. 10 Q's on 15M, 2 on 10M.
Next year will be better. Maybe I won't have the distractions and have
to quit early.
Thanks to the sponsers and all that took the time to work me.
I used W3KM GenLog32.
Milt.
W6QE
AI4OF
Phil Barnett
200 QSO Points * 116 Multipliers
QSO's on 15 meters and 160 meters. Nothing on 10
Score 23,300
Class 2
Summary: Great contest! I'll see you all again next contest. I picked up and
got eQSL on Alaska, which is a tough state to get from Florida. Thanks
everyone!

--
"Ninety percent of politicians give the other 10 percent a bad name." -- Henry
Kissinger


DeathMatch

wb4mnk <wb4mnk@...>
 

I have 284 q's listed in my MixW log for the DeathMatch contest. What
is the easiest way to double check the log for Dupes ? I know MixW
checks for dupes if setup correctly but I messed up some of the setup
for this contest.

Is there a way to score this contest by exporting the MixW logs to some
other software designed to score this contest?

Any help will be appreciated.

73,
Art
WB4MNK


Re: DeathMatch Score

Bill Sheehan
 

I read the rules the same as Rich does....
 
and one other point to be made....
 
Don't forget that the USA and Canada count as countries too.
 
So, One additional multiplier per band and per mode IF you worked
a US station or Canadian station on that band and mode.
 
 
bill     KB3LIX     Washington County PA.

--- On Mon, 12/15/08, Richard Ferch <ve3iay@rac.ca> wrote:

From: Richard Ferch <ve3iay@rac.ca>
Subject: [070] Re: DeathMatch Score
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, December 15, 2008, 6:42 PM






The way I read the rules is quite different.

According to the "New 2008 Points System" on the MDXA website, you
should count 1 point per QSO except for the bonus station, which
counts 5 points instead of 1 point. If you made any 6M or 160M
contacts, they count 2 points each instead of 1 point.

Also, multiplier points count separately on each band and mode (the
rules say SPCs per band, per mode).

After adding up all of the QSO points and all of the multiplier
points, simply multiply the points total by the multiplier total.
Example:

Band_Mode__QSOs_ Points_Mults
80M__PSK31__ 31___31__ ___19
80M__PSK63__ 17___17__ ___15
40M__PSK31__ 41___45__ ___20 (1 bonus contact: pts = 40*1 + 1*5)
40M__PSK63__ 24___28__ ___16 (1 bonus contact: pts = 23*1 + 1*5)
20M__PSK31__ 30___29__ ___16 (1 zero-point dupe: pts = 29*1 + 1*0)
20M__PSK63__ 21___21__ ___15
------------ --------- -----
Totals:____164_ _171____101

Score: 171*101 = 17271

Note that the net SPC count was 27 states, 2 provinces and 4
countries (33 total), but adding up the multipliers separately per
band-mode gives a multiplier total of 101.

Even after using MixW, which at least kept the dupes in PSK31 and
PSK63 separate while I was operating, I still had to use Excel to
collect the contacts in each band-mode combination together and
determine the multiplier totals for each band-mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI

--- In 070@yahoogroups. com, "Kim Jukes" <kjukes@...> wrote:

oooooppps
143 x 38 ---5434 + 15 == 5449 total points


Scott
N0VPL




----- Original Message -----
From: Kim Jukes
To: 070@yahoogroups. com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 9:23 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score


IF I figures it right:
80M -- 5 QSO's
40M--79 QSO's
20M--59 QSO's

143 QSO's x 39 CSP == 5577 + 15 bounus Points
Your Score would be :5592

Scott
N0VPL
----- Original Message -----
From: Terry Davis
To: 070@yahoogroups. com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 9:14 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score

OK guys help a rookie out. I worked 4 countries, 34 states had 5
q's on 80m, 79 q's on 40m and 59 q's on 20m. Plus I worked the bonus
station 3 times on different bands & modes. I came up with 5303 does
this sound right??

Terry
N5JBD

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From: Rick Scott <w7psk@...>
To: 070@yahoogroups. com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 8:31:11 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score

This is driving me bugger nuts.
I have n1mm but I cant figure out how to import it (from mixw)

Wish there was an easier way, only had 105 contacts though.

--- On Sun, 12/14/08, Mark Crosbie - N8MNI <N8MNI@columbus.
rr.com> wrote:
From: Mark Crosbie - N8MNI <N8MNI@columbus. rr.com>
Subject: [070] Score
To: 070@yahoogroups. com
Date: Sunday, December 14, 2008, 4:22 PM

Scotty, When you figure out your score. I will send you my log.
HI HI

Mark

n8mni

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Re: DeathMatch Score

Richard Ferch <ve3iay@...>
 

The way I read the rules is quite different.

According to the "New 2008 Points System" on the MDXA website, you
should count 1 point per QSO except for the bonus station, which
counts 5 points instead of 1 point. If you made any 6M or 160M
contacts, they count 2 points each instead of 1 point.

Also, multiplier points count separately on each band and mode (the
rules say SPCs per band, per mode).

After adding up all of the QSO points and all of the multiplier
points, simply multiply the points total by the multiplier total.
Example:

Band_Mode__QSOs_Points_Mults
80M__PSK31__31___31_____19
80M__PSK63__17___17_____15
40M__PSK31__41___45_____20 (1 bonus contact: pts = 40*1 + 1*5)
40M__PSK63__24___28_____16 (1 bonus contact: pts = 23*1 + 1*5)
20M__PSK31__30___29_____16 (1 zero-point dupe: pts = 29*1 + 1*0)
20M__PSK63__21___21_____15
--------------------------
Totals:____164__171____101

Score: 171*101 = 17271

Note that the net SPC count was 27 states, 2 provinces and 4
countries (33 total), but adding up the multipliers separately per
band-mode gives a multiplier total of 101.

Even after using MixW, which at least kept the dupes in PSK31 and
PSK63 separate while I was operating, I still had to use Excel to
collect the contacts in each band-mode combination together and
determine the multiplier totals for each band-mode.

73,
Rich VE3KI


--- In 070@yahoogroups.com, "Kim Jukes" <kjukes@...> wrote:

oooooppps
143 x 38 ---5434 + 15 == 5449 total points


Scott
N0VPL




----- Original Message -----
From: Kim Jukes
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 9:23 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score


IF I figures it right:
80M -- 5 QSO's
40M--79 QSO's
20M--59 QSO's

143 QSO's x 39 CSP == 5577 + 15 bounus Points
Your Score would be :5592

Scott
N0VPL
----- Original Message -----
From: Terry Davis
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 9:14 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score

OK guys help a rookie out. I worked 4 countries, 34 states had 5
q's on 80m, 79 q's on 40m and 59 q's on 20m. Plus I worked the bonus
station 3 times on different bands & modes. I came up with 5303 does
this sound right??

Terry
N5JBD

________________________________
From: Rick Scott <w7psk@...>
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Sent: Sunday, December 14, 2008 8:31:11 PM
Subject: Re: [070] Score

This is driving me bugger nuts.
I have n1mm but I cant figure out how to import it (from mixw)

Wish there was an easier way, only had 105 contacts though.

--- On Sun, 12/14/08, Mark Crosbie - N8MNI <N8MNI@columbus.
rr.com> wrote:
From: Mark Crosbie - N8MNI <N8MNI@columbus. rr.com>
Subject: [070] Score
To: 070@yahoogroups. com
Date: Sunday, December 14, 2008, 4:22 PM

Scotty, When you figure out your score. I will send you my log.
HI HI

Mark

n8mni



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LONP Log Checker

Mark - N8MNI
 

I run AI4OF's LONP Checker on my log. Then at the bottom right cory of the LONP Checker there is a button to copy to clipboard.
Then I just paste it to my web page.


LONP log checker

twallyboy
 

Is there a "how to use help file"? for the checker

N7GVV #463
Jim


Re: Score

Kim Jukes <kjukes@...>
 

N0VPL
Scott

Total Score: 42,260 points


80meters --- 4 Counties/States/Provinces -- 4 contacts
40meters --- 71 Counties/States/Provinces -- 157 Contacts
20meters -- 53 Counties/States/Provinces -- 169 Contacts

I worked: WK4P on PSK31 and PSK63 on Both 20 and 40m_
,___


Re: LONP Checker Source Code

Phil Barnett <philb@...>
 

On Saturday 13 December 2008 09:16:29 Steve Hunt wrote:


Hello Phil,

Thanks so much fer the great Software... saves alot of time :)

...but there is a small problem !

The LONP Award is only awarded for PSK31 contacts and the AI4OF-
Checker includes all contacts...incl. the psk63/psk125 contacts.

Would it be possible to exclude all but PSK31 QSO's?

Thank you very much
and great Job on that Checker ... a real asset
73 Steve, W1CDX
Ok, I'll make some changes and get a new version out by the weekend.

--
"Ninety percent of politicians give the other 10 percent a bad name." -- Henry
Kissinger


Re: DeathMatch Score

Bill Sheehan
 

Well,
I see that didn't format for crap.....
 
............................Q's.........Q Points........Multis
 
80m....PSK-31.....40.............44.................18
...........PSK-63.....27.............31..................23
 
40m....PSK-31.....99.............103................54
...........PSK-63.....73.............77..................31
 
20m....PSK-31.....65.............65..................40
...........PSK-63.....24.............24..................16
 
15m....PSK-31......5...............5...................4.
 
TOTAL...............333...........349.................186
 
Score:  64,914
 
Lets see if that formats correctly.
 
bill    KB3LIX

--- On Mon, 12/15/08, kb3lix <kb3lix@yahoo.com> wrote:

From: kb3lix <kb3lix@yahoo.com>
Subject: [070] DeathMatch Score
To: 070@yahoogroups.com
Date: Monday, December 15, 2008, 6:22 AM






I will NEVER use N1MM to do the DeathMatch again !!!!

What a fiasco. All the data is there, but sorting it
was a BEAR !!!!!
Even with the sorting functions available in MS Excel,
it was still a chore.

Q's Q Points

80m PSK-31 40 44 18
PSK-63 27 31 23

40M PSK-31 99 103 54
PSK-63 73 77 31

20M PSK-31 65 65 40
PSK-63 24 24 16

15M PSK-31 5 5 4
PSK-63 0 0 0

333 349 186

Points: 64,914

Q point total includes 4 Q's with the WK4P Bonus Station.

I have a new appreciation for the thruput of PSK-63.
I never did much 63 before, but WOW.....
PSK-31 seems SOOOOO slow after using PSK-63

Thanks to all

bill KB3LIX WAshington County PA.


















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DeathMatch Score

Bill Sheehan
 

I will NEVER use N1MM to do the DeathMatch again !!!!

What a fiasco. All the data is there, but sorting it
was a BEAR !!!!!
Even with the sorting functions available in MS Excel,
it was still a chore.



Q's Q Points

80m PSK-31 40 44 18
PSK-63 27 31 23

40M PSK-31 99 103 54
PSK-63 73 77 31

20M PSK-31 65 65 40
PSK-63 24 24 16

15M PSK-31 5 5 4
PSK-63 0 0 0

333 349 186

Points: 64,914

Q point total includes 4 Q's with the WK4P Bonus Station.

I have a new appreciation for the thruput of PSK-63.
I never did much 63 before, but WOW.....
PSK-31 seems SOOOOO slow after using PSK-63


Thanks to all

bill KB3LIX WAshington County PA.


Re: LONP Log Checker

Justin Mattes--KC2GIK
 

Mark
Is there an easy way to convert your logs to HTML?
Justin

Mark Crosbie - N8MNI wrote:


I worked 10 more members for LONP.
See my web page link below for a list of the members I worked.

http://n8mni.com/Logbook/LONP%20Log%20Checker.htm <http://n8mni.com/Logbook/LONP%20Log%20Checker.htm>