Thanks for pointing that out. My mind was still in the days of paper
logging I guess! And you are right, that is what the sponsors use for the
OK, back in my hole,
Arizona Outlaws Contest Club
Silver Springs, NV
----- Original Message -----
From: "Larry Gauthier (K8UT)" <k8ut@...>
Sent: 14 May, 2013 4:02 AM
Subject: Re: [N1MM] NVQP thoughts
> The program's On/Off time calculations are based on the criteria used by
> contest sponsors - all of which are triggered by recorded QSOs. You can
> CQ for the full 48 hours, but if you don't log any QSOs you aren't
> considered a contest participant.
> -larry (K8UT)
> -----Original Message-----
> From: KU7Y
> Sent: Sunday, May 12, 2013 9:23 PM
> To: N1MMLogger@yahoogroups.com
> Subject: [N1MM] NVQP thoughts
> First let me say that N1MM worked great. No problems when I entered the
> right exchange info!! :-)
> But after the contest was over, I used the on/off time window to see how
> long I operated. It was showing something like 2 hours when I had really
> spent about 18 hours CQing!
> My understanding is that any time you spend CQing or tuning around looking
> for stations is operating time. It doesn't matter if you make any QSOs or
> So, how do I get N1MM to show my active operating time without depending
> QSOs? I would think that the program would only add Off Time if there was
> no CQing or Radio Tuning going on.
> Or do I need to just log my on/off times and not worry about what the
> program shows.
> And I fell in love with the AutoSend feature.
> Again, thanks to the whole crew for all their work.
> OK, back in my hole,
> Ron, KU7Y
> SOWP 5545M
> Arizona Outlaws Contest Club
> Silver Springs, NV
> KX3 #0062
> To unsubscribe, send an email to:
> Yahoo! Groups Links