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Re: Fw: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Jerry N9AVY
 

Bary:

 I  used caps for emphasis - not shouting.  Although I know you are a bit hard of hearing when reading, hi  !  :-)
Jerry  n9avy


From: "boat.anchor@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2015 3:09 PM
Subject: Re: Fw: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Jerry Jerry
No need to shout at me.
I was merely pointing out that the junction of two grids Art referenced
being on the border of is not in Washburn.
The junction of those two grids in near to Hesler.
He may have been in Washburn on the northern border
of DN97lg. And yes you are right. DN97 is DN97 no matter where you are in it.
The exact grid (6 places) may not matter to GRID chasers
but being a foreigner I do like the accuracy of the six position locator.
I will still await clarification from Art.
best regards
Barry


---In 070@..., wrote :

PLEASE READ Art's message from this morning where he state he was in WASHBURN , NORTH DAKOTA and it is  grid DN97 ! Since for Grids we only carry it out to 4 places anything else is academic !  (Don't need DN97 kg  or lg !!!)

Okay let Art get his stuff on LoTW and we can wait for results.


Thanks.

Jerry   N9AVY              LOOK  DOWN

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: "Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070]" <070@...>
To: PODXS070 <070@...>; PODXS Contest <070_contest@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 9:54 PM
Subject: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



 



Re: Fw: K0ACP/P operation in ND

boat.anchor@...
 

Jerry Jerry
No need to shout at me.
I was merely pointing out that the junction of two grids Art referenced
being on the border of is not in Washburn.
The junction of those two grids in near to Hesler.
He may have been in Washburn on the northern border
of DN97lg. And yes you are right. DN97 is DN97 no matter where you are in it.
The exact grid (6 places) may not matter to GRID chasers
but being a foreigner I do like the accuracy of the six position locator.
I will still await clarification from Art.
best regards
Barry


---In 070@..., <n9avy@...> wrote :

PLEASE READ Art's message from this morning where he state he was in WASHBURN , NORTH DAKOTA and it is  grid DN97 ! Since for Grids we only carry it out to 4 places anything else is academic !  (Don't need DN97 kg  or lg !!!)

Okay let Art get his stuff on LoTW and we can wait for results.


Thanks.

Jerry   N9AVY              LOOK  DOWN

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: "Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070]" <070@...>
To: PODXS070 <070@...>; PODXS Contest <070_contest@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 9:54 PM
Subject: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



 


Fw: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Jerry N9AVY
 

PLEASE READ Art's message from this morning where he state he was in WASHBURN , NORTH DAKOTA and it is  grid DN97 ! Since for Grids we only carry it out to 4 places anything else is academic !  (Don't need DN97 kg  or lg !!!)

Okay let Art get his stuff on LoTW and we can wait for results.


Thanks.

Jerry   N9AVY              LOOK  DOWN

----- Forwarded Message -----

From: "Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070]" <070@...>
To: PODXS070 <070@...>; PODXS Contest <070_contest@...>
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 9:54 PM
Subject: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...




Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Bill Williams
 

Guys,


I have already submitted this contact to LOTW as K0ACP/P since that was the call Art was using during TDW.

I finally found an official LOTW answer saying to fix your entry and resubmit so I will do that.

It turns out that this is all academic now.  ND is one of three states I need for WAS on 40M but it was a 20M contact so it really doesn't matter if it is correct or not.

I now see some discussion on the exact grid and city so I will wait a bit to see what transpires there.

73,
Bill
#398

On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 8:48 AM, Jerry n9avy@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Think resubmitting it as K0ACP/P  ND  should work.


From: "Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070 <070@...>
Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2015 6:54 AM
Subject: Re: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...






Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Bill Williams
 

My log automatically filled in MI (sorry about the VA, bad memory) and all contacts were submitted to LOTW the night after TDW.  Now it is wrong and his location should be ND.

73,
Bill

On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 11:33 AM, w3hf@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Bill -

 

I'm confused here. All you can control is where your station was, and as others have pointed out, you do that by establishing station locations in the TQSL program. Your LoTW confirmations to me state that you were in Florida, Hillsborough county, grid EL87sv. Are you saying that you (AG4QX) were not there at the time? If so, then the previous discussions are your starting point.

 

If your message was related to Art (K0ACP) and his operation from ND, then the answer is that you can't control what Art sets up as his station location. Your log can note that he was in ND, or MI, or wherever, but what really defines it for LoTW purposes is what station location he identified when he uploaded it.

 

And I'm also confused about the reference to Virginia, as neither you nor Art are in that state (unless I missed some portable operation or QTH relocation).

 

Steve

W3HF



---In 070@..., wrote :

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...




Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Morris WA4MIT
 

Art or whom ever was attemping or needing to change/modify their location open TQSL and go to add station location across the top of TQSL box and here are the instructions:
 
73 Morris WA4MIT



On Thursday, May 28, 2015 10:34 AM, "w3hf@... [070]" <070@...> wrote:


 
Bill -
 
I'm confused here. All you can control is where your station was, and as others have pointed out, you do that by establishing station locations in the TQSL program. Your LoTW confirmations to me state that you were in Florida, Hillsborough county, grid EL87sv. Are you saying that you (AG4QX) were not there at the time? If so, then the previous discussions are your starting point.
 
If your message was related to Art (K0ACP) and his operation from ND, then the answer is that you can't control what Art sets up as his station location. Your log can note that he was in ND, or MI, or wherever, but what really defines it for LoTW purposes is what station location he identified when he uploaded it.
 
And I'm also confused about the reference to Virginia, as neither you nor Art are in that state (unless I missed some portable operation or QTH relocation).
 
Steve
W3HF


---In 070@..., wrote :

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...





Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Steve W3HF
 

Bill -

 

I'm confused here. All you can control is where your station was, and as others have pointed out, you do that by establishing station locations in the TQSL program. Your LoTW confirmations to me state that you were in Florida, Hillsborough county, grid EL87sv. Are you saying that you (AG4QX) were not there at the time? If so, then the previous discussions are your starting point.

 

If your message was related to Art (K0ACP) and his operation from ND, then the answer is that you can't control what Art sets up as his station location. Your log can note that he was in ND, or MI, or wherever, but what really defines it for LoTW purposes is what station location he identified when he uploaded it.

 

And I'm also confused about the reference to Virginia, as neither you nor Art are in that state (unless I missed some portable operation or QTH relocation).

 

Steve

W3HF



---In 070@..., <ag4qx@...> wrote :

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

John Bower <poppajohnbower@...>
 

I believe that you edit your log to show ND as the state and then resubmit the contacts to LOTW.
John KE4JB

On Thu, May 28, 2015 at 7:54 AM, Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...




Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

al7013
 

Resubmit with another location set up in the tqsl software choose that location when submitting

Sent from my iPhone

On May 28, 2015, at 9:44 AM, Allen k2afy@... [070] <070@...> wrote:

 

Just re submit them when other

Allen
1063

Sent from my iPhone

On May 28, 2015, at 7:54 AM, Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070] <070@...> wrote:

 

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

al7013
 

Just re submit them when other

Allen
1063

Sent from my iPhone

On May 28, 2015, at 7:54 AM, Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070] <070@...> wrote:

 

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



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Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Rick - N7WE
 

I think this is correct...if not, someone please correct me. 

If you operate with the call sign XX#XXX/P and upload your log under your XX#XXX TSQL certificate, regardless of the location you use, those who logged and uploaded you as XX#XXX/P will not match and no QSL verification will be generated.  Under LoTW, /P, /MM, /M and so forth are considered different callsigns and you need a separate certificate for each.  Likewise, if you upload with your  XX#XXX/P certificate and the other person logged you as XX#XXX, there won't be a match.  You can "join" TSQL accounts such as XX#XXX and XX#XXX/P for credit towards awards, but it will only credit those QSL's that qualify (i.e. the 50 mile rule for WAS) under the rules for the specific award.

When I operate PSK as N7WE/P, I have a macro that reads:  "If you QSL via LoTW, be sure to log this QSO with my call as N7WE/P."

Rick - N7WE
070 - 1602    LONP - 231


Re: 15m

Bill Garwood
 

Hey y'all,
 
15 meters has not been very good here on the east coast.  I've not worked any JAs in months with a total of 5 for the year so far.  Don't think I'll get the 2015 JA endorsement unless something big happens.  By this time last year, I had 20+ JA QSOs in the log. 
 
One good thing on 15 happened this week.  I worked an all time new one (ATNO)...EX2G, Victor in Kyrgyzstan just after sunrise.  That gives me 161 worked on PSK31 in two years with a lot of seat time in the shack.  Carolina Windom ocf and TS-590. 
 
Enjoyed the TDW and look forward to more of our fun contests.
 
Happy Radio!
 
Bill N4GBK #1688 in the North Carolina swamplands
 

To: 070@...
From: 070@...
Date: Wed, 27 May 2015 16:37:35 -0700
Subject: RE: [070] 15m

 

Yip, Mia Culpa...My fault. The SFI can be rather pedantic. Especially the more we soak it up.

Sometimes I’d rather just not understand everything I know about something.

Milt.

N6MG

From: 070@... [mailto:070@...]
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 3:33 PM
To: 070 PSK Club
Subject: [070] 15m

 

 

JA's showing on 15 now. First time I have seen 15 active in my afternoons for almost a month.

 

SFI still 95 but I'm blaming that on Milt. Ever since he turned us on to that article on solar indices, I've become obsessed.!!! but I'm gonna blame Milt anyway

 

73, Ted

K7TRK

22:32z



Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Jerry N9AVY
 

Think resubmitting it as K0ACP/P  ND  should work.



From: "Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070 <070@...>
Sent: Thursday, May 28, 2015 6:54 AM
Subject: Re: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND

 
Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 
Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...





Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Ray Clements
 

Bill

Normally, LoTW assumes you are operating from your primary station location (probably your home). If you operate from another location, you have to go into the LoTW software and set up another station locator. The instructions for doing so are found on the LoTW web site as referenced below. That station location identifies all the specifics of the new location so credit will be correctly allocated.


http://www.arrl.org/files/file/LoTW%20Instructions/TQSL%202_0%202013/Step%205%20Defining%20A%20Station%20Locatione_2013.pdf


When you upload the contacts that were made from a new station location, you have to select that new location at the time the contacts are uploaded. I hope you have not already uploaded the contacts using your primary station location.

By the way, credit for the contacts made from a new location also affect some awards.  In order to obtain WAS, all 50 states have to be worked from a single station location, or two stations located no more than 50 miles apart. 




------ Original Message ------
Received: 06:54 AM CDT, 05/28/2015
From: "Bill Williams ag4qx@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070 <070@...>
Subject: Re: [070] K0ACP/P operation in ND



Re: K0ACP/P operation in ND

Bill Williams
 

Can anyone tell me how to change my LOTW from VA to ND>  Can I just resubmit the same contact and correct the one that is there  or is there some procedure to go through?

73,
Bill
#398

On Wed, May 27, 2015 at 10:54 PM, Arthur Peters k0acp@... [070] <070@...> wrote:
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from

Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...



Welcome Aboard

James Ferris <ferris1727@...>
 

Please join me in welcoming our new PODXS 070 member(s)

2074  KF7KWV  Wayne
2075  W4JOV  Ray

73, Jim  W5FER


K0ACP/P operation in ND

Arthur Peters <k0acp@...>
 

Folks this past weekend, I operated the TDW from
Washburn, ND in Maclean county.  The QTH I operated 
from was on the border of two grid squares: DN97lg 
and DN97kg.

Once I figure out how to log and upload to LOTW both
will be uploaded, likely over the weekend.


73,

Art
070# 1140
LONP # 164
K0ACP@...


Re: Lesson to be Learned!

Jerry N9AVY
 

I think we can all learn a lot more about operating & contesting on PSK from the entire group here.  Just when I think I've learned it all, something new comes along.

This week I learned about the SRX field... something I didn't really know ... but learned with the help of a couple members.  Being open to learning/trying new stuff makes the hobby more fun.  That's why I got into PSK - was bored with SSB/CW and needed a challenge.

We all have something to contribute to the group.  Even participating in a contest in helping others.


Jerry  N9AVY



From: "keitheuffer@... [070]" <070@...>
To: 070@...
Sent: Wednesday, May 27, 2015 9:29 PM
Subject: [070] Re: Lesson to be Learned!

 
Well, I'm not new to psk31 but new to contesting.  A couple of you guys - not to leave anyone out - got me interested in the 070 club - K8TOM and KE4JB.   I settled on fldigi in 2011 after HRD versions 4 and 5 and just never delved into the logging features other than the basics.   June is a full month with the ARRL VHF contest and then ARRL field day.    Tomorrow, I am going in for cataract surgery evaluation and don't have the date for it, but hoping I will be around - one eye or two - come June 13th weekend.   ....and, my time at home is not always mine after 40 plus years with the XYL. otherwise  I would have made more contacts for the TDW.

Building a Butternut HF5B mini beam and hope to have it on the air in test mode for the next contest.  For the TDW, I used my Hustler 4BTV and the 100 ft inverted vee @ 52ft.

Again, I thank all of you for the help getting set-up with the club plus during the contest and logging.
Dewey
KT4EP
west Tennessee on the Mississippi river



Re: Lesson to be Learned!

keitheuffer@...
 

Well, I'm not new to psk31 but new to contesting.  A couple of you guys - not to leave anyone out - got me interested in the 070 club - K8TOM and KE4JB.   I settled on fldigi in 2011 after HRD versions 4 and 5 and just never delved into the logging features other than the basics.   June is a full month with the ARRL VHF contest and then ARRL field day.    Tomorrow, I am going in for cataract surgery evaluation and don't have the date for it, but hoping I will be around - one eye or two - come June 13th weekend.   ....and, my time at home is not always mine after 40 plus years with the XYL. otherwise  I would have made more contacts for the TDW.

Building a Butternut HF5B mini beam and hope to have it on the air in test mode for the next contest.  For the TDW, I used my Hustler 4BTV and the 100 ft inverted vee @ 52ft.

Again, I thank all of you for the help getting set-up with the club plus during the contest and logging.
Dewey
KT4EP
west Tennessee on the Mississippi river