[OhQP-mail] OhQP Log Submission
n8xx at arrl.org
Mon Aug 26 12:38:12 CDT 2013
Is itOK to list "Single Op Assisted?" I used dxc.w9zrxfor spotting -
never figured out how to get spots, but theyshowed up on the band map so
I guess theygot there.
72/73 de n8xx Hg
QRP >99.44% of the time
On 8/26/2013 1:31 PM, Jimk8mr at aol.com wrote:
> A reminder that the OhQP has a preferred log submission method using
> an upload from the web site, www.ohqp.org <http://www.ohqp.org>
> Submitting this way allows our log receiving robot to check your log
> for proper format, getting it immediately into the log checkinq queue,
> and saving steps for our hard working OhQP team.
> There are several common errors that will cause the robot to reject
> your log:
> 1. The sent QTH in the QSO lines is different from the QTH you listed
> before uploading. A common cause is programs like N1MM that have a
> default QTH (OH) that needs to be changed to your Ohio county before
> generating your log.
> 2. Your log includes RSTs for sent and/or received QSO information.
> We do not use RST's, so be sure that your log does not include them.
> 3. Some software inserts a transmitter number at the end of the QSO
> line for multiop entries:
> QSO: 3798 PH 2013-08-25 0400 K8MR 0185 PREB W9UCW
> 0002 TX 0
> You will need to get rid of that last "0" after TX.
> Remember that OhQP allows packet/internet spotting use by single
> operator stations, so you don't need to be multiop unless you actually
> have multiple operators or use CW "Skimmer" spots.
> Even if you have emailed a log, you can go ahead and resubmit via the
> web upload method. Doing so will be much appreciated by the OhQP staff.
> Thanks & 73,
> Jim K8MR
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