Sunday, 14 August 2011

You can find me on LOTW

Last week I import the certificate I received from the LOTW administration and upload my log to the LOTW website. I separate the qso's made as: PA3GNZ, PA3GNZ/P and PA3GNZ/LH. The summary on the LOTW page tell me that I made 4337 qso's until yesterday. 556 of them are confirmed by LOTW.

When I request for the DXCC results I saw this summary.

I have more countries confirmed via paper cards. I use logger16 and switched to Logger 32. In this version I can import the lotw file and make a merge of the paper and LOTW cards. Will be continued.

Maybe you know that the last few days we had the peak of the Perseids meteor shower. Yesterday I build up my 6M station and connect my laptop to receive JT6M signals on 50.230. Yesterday and this morning I received signals from all over Europe. OY6FRA is one of the stations I saw.
Communication via the computer is not my way of this hobby. So, this was a very short experiment and for me closed.
In spite of this I was surprised that I can pick up MS signals with my GP for 6M.

73, Tjeerd (Gose) - PA3GNZ


  1. Hallo Tjeerd, met welk programma ontvang jij JT6M/ WSJT? 73, Bas

  2. Hallo Bas,

    Voor JT6M heb ik inderdaad WSJT gebruikt. Voor 2M gebruik je binnen dit programma FSK441.

    Ook heb ik nog 70 MHz via de FunCube Dongle geprobeerd maar hieruit kwam een te zwak signaal.
    Nog even uitvogelen hoe ik dit binnen W7 kan verbeteren.

    73, Tjeerd