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  • Vilnis YL2KF
    Hello to All , Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU and CQ zones - instead
    Message 1 of 5 , Aug 2, 2009
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      Hello to All ,

      Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting
      is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU
      and CQ zones - instead of ITU 29 I have ITU 15.
      So, question is how this can affect to DXCC Award programm - should
      I uppload again all old (approx 65000) qsos or can stay as is?

      tnx & 73

      Vilnis / YL2KF
    • Bob Nielsen
      It shouldn t affect DXCC. WAZ doesn t use LOTW and I am not aware of any awards for ITU zones. Of course, things could change in the future.... 73, Bob N7XY
      Message 2 of 5 , Aug 2, 2009
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        It shouldn't affect DXCC. WAZ doesn't use LOTW and I am not aware of
        any awards for ITU zones. Of course, things could change in the
        future....

        73, Bob N7XY

        On Aug 2, 2009, at 12:13 PM, Vilnis YL2KF wrote:

        >
        > Hello to All ,
        >
        > Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting
        > is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU
        > and CQ zones - instead of ITU 29 I have ITU 15.
        > So, question is how this can affect to DXCC Award programm - should
        > I uppload again all old (approx 65000) qsos or can stay as is?
        >
        > tnx & 73
        >
        > Vilnis / YL2KF
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      • Gerry Hohn
        I would upload them again to get your records right. Although WAZ is no supported on LoTW, I ve heard of folks providing LoTW printouts to CQ and getting WAZ
        Message 3 of 5 , Aug 2, 2009
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          I would upload them again to get your records right.
           
          Although WAZ is no supported on LoTW, I've heard of folks providing LoTW printouts to CQ and getting WAZ credits.
           
          Gerry VE6LB/VA6XDX
          DXCC Field Checker-Southern Alberta
          VE/VA6 QSL Bureau Team
          (403) 251-0384
          ve6lb@...
          http://www.qsl.net/ve6lb/
           
           
          ----- Original Message -----
          Sent: Sunday, August 02, 2009 3:18 PM
          Subject: Re: [ARRL-LOTW] reversed CQ and ITU zones

           

          It shouldn't affect DXCC. WAZ doesn't use LOTW and I am not aware of
          any awards for ITU zones. Of course, things could change in the
          future....

          73, Bob N7XY

          On Aug 2, 2009, at 12:13 PM, Vilnis YL2KF wrote:

          >
          > Hello to All ,
          >
          > Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting
          > is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU
          > and CQ zones - instead of ITU 29 I have ITU 15.
          > So, question is how this can affect to DXCC Award programm - should
          > I uppload again all old (approx 65000) qsos or can stay as is?
          >
          > tnx & 73
          >
          > Vilnis / YL2KF
          >
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        • R Johnson
          Vilnis, I suggest that you correct your data in TQSL Setup and then sign and upload your full log. It might take a little time, but the data will be correct
          Message 4 of 5 , Aug 2, 2009
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            Vilnis, I suggest that you correct your data in TQSL Setup and then
            sign and upload your full log.

            It might take a little time, but the data will be correct for whatever
            awards LoTW is going to support.

            While you are at it make sure that you include your correct 6 Digit Grid
            for those that need do distance calculations.

            I did the same thing and had to reverse my zones also.

            73
            Bob, K1VU

            At 15:13 8/2/2009, you wrote:
            >
            >
            >Hello to All ,
            >
            >Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting
            >is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU
            >and CQ zones - instead of ITU 29 I have ITU 15.
            >So, question is how this can affect to DXCC Award programm - should
            >I uppload again all old (approx 65000) qsos or can stay as is?
            >
            >tnx & 73
            >
            >Vilnis / YL2KF
            >
          • Vilnis YL2KF
            Hello Bob , Gerry and all , Yea, I m using upload from two computers, all last couple of years is o.k. , with grid and etc. , the old ones is reversed....
            Message 5 of 5 , Aug 6, 2009
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              Hello Bob , Gerry and all ,

              Yea, I'm using upload from two computers, all last couple of years
              is o.k. , with grid and etc. , the old ones is reversed.... shhh.... ,
              Try to find my old adif files from somewhere on CDs to upload again.
              Many thanks for everyone for good help.
              73
              Vilnis , YL2KF


              R Johnson wrote:
              > Vilnis, I suggest that you correct your data in TQSL Setup and then
              > sign and upload your full log.
              >
              > It might take a little time, but the data will be correct for whatever
              > awards LoTW is going to support.
              >
              > While you are at it make sure that you include your correct 6 Digit Grid
              > for those that need do distance calculations.
              >
              > I did the same thing and had to reverse my zones also.
              >
              > 73
              > Bob, K1VU
              >
              > At 15:13 8/2/2009, you wrote:
              >>
              >>
              >> Hello to All ,
              >>
              >> Today I recognize that in one of my computers TQSL setting
              >> is incorrect and part of my uploaded QSOs have reversed ITU
              >> and CQ zones - instead of ITU 29 I have ITU 15.
              >> So, question is how this can affect to DXCC Award programm - should
              >> I uppload again all old (approx 65000) qsos or can stay as is?
              >>
              >> tnx & 73
              >>
              >> Vilnis / YL2KF
              >>
              >
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