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Re: [N1MM] Logs wanted for Super Check Partial Database (for next update Jan 5)

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  • Claes "Mel" Carneheim
    ... From: Randy Thompson, K5ZD To: cq-contest@contesting.com Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 5:51 AM Subject: [N1MM] Logs wanted for Super Check Partial
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 1, 2007
      ----- Original Message -----
      From: Randy Thompson, K5ZD
      To: cq-contest@...
      Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 5:51 AM
      Subject: [N1MM] Logs wanted for Super Check Partial Database (for next update Jan 5)


      Happy New Year! Thanks to everyone for their support by submitting logs for
      the Super Check Partial database in 2006. Getting ready to produce the next
      version and looking for more logs -- ESPECIALLY FROM CQWW Phone and CW!

      Please send me the same Cabrillo format log that you submitted to the
      contest sponsor.

      Logs from any of the following contests are most welcome.
      CQ WW DX - CW, Phone, RTTY
      CQ WPX - CW, Phone, RTTY
      CQ 160M - CW, Phone
      ARRL DX - CW, Phone
      ARRL Sweepstakes - CW, Phone
      ARRL RTTY Roundup
      ARRL 10M
      ARRL 160M
      IARU Radiosport
      Russian DX Contest
      Worked All Europe - CW, Phone, RTTY

      Simply add your log as an attachment to the email and send to
      k5zd@....

      More info on SCP at http://www.k5zd.com/scp/

      Next update will be January 5-6.

      I know there are thousands of downloads of the Super Check Partial files
      before each contest, yet I only receive a few logs afterwards. Please
      contribute to making the database better by contributing your logs. Thanks!

      Randy, K5ZD
      k5zd@...
      www.k5zd.com





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    • Ron Horsley
      Hi Randy, Just 4 small logs for you from a small pistols station. Hope they may be of some use and thanks for what you are doing. 73 Ron G0MRH ...
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 2, 2007
        Hi Randy,

        Just 4 small logs for you from a 'small pistols' station.
        Hope they may be of some use and thanks for what you are doing.

        73
        Ron
        G0MRH
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        START-OF-LOG: 2.0
        ARRL-SECTION:
        CONTEST: CQ-WW-RTTY
        CALLSIGN: G0MRH
        CATEGORY: SINGLE-OP ALL LOW
        CLAIMED-SCORE:
        OPERATORS: G0MRH
        CLUB:
        NAME: R.W. Horsley
        ADDRESS: 11A Masefield Road
        ADDRESS: Stratford-upon-Avon
        ADDRESS; Warwickshire
        ADDRESS: ENGLAND
        ADDRESS: CV37 7JT
        SOAPBOX: My first RTTY contest, a big 'learning curve'
        SOAPBOX: but most enjoyable.
        CREATED-BY: MMTTY Ver1.65D
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 0818 G0MRH 599 14 OK2SFP 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 0823 G0MRH 599 14 S57AW 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 0828 G0MRH 599 14 IY4W 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 0844 G0MRH 599 14 I2NKR 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 0927 G0MRH 599 14 7X0RY 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 0953 G0MRH 599 14 ER4DX 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 0959 G0MRH 599 14 ES1A 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1002 G0MRH 599 14 YL2CI 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1006 G0MRH 599 14 S51J 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1013 G0MRH 599 14 CT3KY 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1118 G0MRH 599 14 IT9BLB 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1120 G0MRH 599 14 EA1AKS 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1126 G0MRH 599 14 DP4P 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1134 G0MRH 599 14 UW8I 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1136 G0MRH 599 14 S51CK 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1146 G0MRH 599 14 TM6A 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1212 G0MRH 599 14 OM8A 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1216 G0MRH 599 14 YL2NN 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1221 G0MRH 599 14 UA3BS 599 16
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1235 G0MRH 599 14 EA8AH 599 33
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1237 G0MRH 599 14 YT6A 599 15
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1240 G0MRH 599 14 SY8GE 599 20
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1302 G0MRH 599 14 W3BP 599 05 VA
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1320 G0MRH 599 14 K4GMH 599 05 VA
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1355 G0MRH 599 14 ZX2B 599 11
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1406 G0MRH 599 14 VA3PL 599 04 ON
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-23 1414 G0MRH 599 14 NB1B 599 05 MA
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1425 G0MRH 599 14 LY1R 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1427 G0MRH 599 14 YL7A 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1428 G0MRH 599 14 7X0RY 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1435 G0MRH 599 14 SN5N 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1439 G0MRH 599 14 EF8A 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1502 G0MRH 599 14 IT9STX 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1513 G0MRH 599 14 DL4R 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1545 G0MRH 599 14 UT5ST 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1547 G0MRH 599 14 IT9GSF 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1551 G0MRH 599 14 Z37M 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1558 G0MRH 599 14 ED5FL 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1600 G0MRH 599 14 YU7AM 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1615 G0MRH 599 14 YT6A 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1620 G0MRH 599 14 9A5W 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1733 G0MRH 599 14 EA8AM 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1741 G0MRH 599 14 EA5EM 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1759 G0MRH 599 14 CN8LI 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1804 G0MRH 599 14 LZ8A 599 20
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1809 G0MRH 599 14 EA5RM 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1817 G0MRH 599 14 EC4AIU 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1834 G0MRH 599 14 UR5QU 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1841 G0MRH 599 14 RN3ZC 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1846 G0MRH 599 14 RA3ZH 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1852 G0MRH 599 14 UU7J 599 16
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-23 1858 G0MRH 599 14 VE1OP 599 05 NS
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1914 G0MRH 599 14 UA9CLB 599 16
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1916 G0MRH 599 14 F5CWU 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1918 G0MRH 599 14 YU1RH 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1920 G0MRH 599 14 ES1A 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1922 G0MRH 599 14 SP6KCN 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1934 G0MRH 599 14 IV3ZXQ 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1936 G0MRH 599 14 OL5Q 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1940 G0MRH 599 14 DJ2RG 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1944 G0MRH 599 14 OH6R 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1947 G0MRH 599 14 RT9W 599 16
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1951 G0MRH 599 14 UW8SM 599 16
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 1959 G0MRH 599 14 TM6A 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 2002 G0MRH 599 14 DQ4W 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-23 2005 G0MRH 599 14 GW4SKA 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-23 2018 G0MRH 599 14 S54E 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-23 2024 G0MRH 599 14 SP3VSE 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-23 2029 G0MRH 599 14 GM3SEK 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-23 2046 G0MRH 599 14 DJ3IW 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-23 2047 G0MRH 599 14 OL3A 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1750 G0MRH 599 14 SP4MPG 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1758 G0MRH 599 14 YL9T 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1808 G0MRH 599 14 G0BRC 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1814 G0MRH 599 14 DK0EE 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1817 G0MRH 599 14 IQ1RY 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 1821 G0MRH 599 14 4N1A 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1840 G0MRH 599 14 EA8AH 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1844 G0MRH 599 14 IK2DKX 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1848 G0MRH 599 14 EA8KK 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1852 G0MRH 599 14 EA5XC 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1853 G0MRH 599 14 OH0M 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1854 G0MRH 599 14 IH9/IK2FIL 599 33
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1858 G0MRH 599 14 CU2AF 599 14
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1904 G0MRH 599 14 IK4MGP 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1910 G0MRH 599 14 EA8AG 599 33
        QSO: 21000 RY 2006-09-24 1921 G0MRH 599 14 IV3AVQ 599 15
        QSO: 14000 RY 2006-09-24 1943 G0MRH 599 14 EA1GY 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 1954 G0MRH 599 14 OM5XX 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 1958 G0MRH 599 14 DL5AXX 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2001 G0MRH 599 14 IK2UKW 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2003 G0MRH 599 14 9A4RC 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2005 G0MRH 599 14 S58P 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2006 G0MRH 599 14 EN9M 599 16
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2007 G0MRH 599 14 HA3LI 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2016 G0MRH 599 14 CT3EE 599 33
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2018 G0MRH 599 14 S57MM 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2023 G0MRH 599 14 DG7RO 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2043 G0MRH 599 14 IK8URC 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2059 G0MRH 599 14 EO6F 599 16
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2111 G0MRH 599 14 EA1BAF 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2114 G0MRH 599 14 RK2FWA 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2135 G0MRH 599 14 TM6A 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2144 G0MRH 599 14 UX1UX 599 16
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2152 G0MRH 599 14 SP1DTG 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2204 G0MRH 599 14 OZ9GA 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2207 G0MRH 599 14 UA3BS 599 16
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2210 G0MRH 599 14 UU7J 599 16
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2212 G0MRH 599 14 S52OP 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2217 G0MRH 599 14 PG3N 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2221 G0MRH 599 14 OS1Q 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2225 G0MRH 599 14 LB8I 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2231 G0MRH 599 14 IN3QBR 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2232 G0MRH 599 14 SP9LJD 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2237 G0MRH 599 14 S50A 599 15
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2248 G0MRH 599 14 PA1FR 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2258 G0MRH 599 14 F6CXJ 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2304 G0MRH 599 14 DK8EB 599 14
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2318 G0MRH 599 14 US0ZZ 599 16
        QSO: 3500 RY 2006-09-24 2320 G0MRH 599 14 ON6LEO 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2332 G0MRH 599 14 F6CXJ 599 14
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2346 G0MRH 599 14 YT6A 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2349 G0MRH 599 14 ZC4LI 599 20
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2352 G0MRH 599 14 OM8A 599 15
        QSO: 7000 RY 2006-09-24 2357 G0MRH 599 14 SV9CVY 599 20
        END-OF-LOG:

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      • larry_4235
        Hi fellas, Just wondering. I used Logger for Stew Perry last weekend, and my score seems a bit odd. I logged several contacts in EU and the software gave me
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 2, 2007
          Hi fellas,

          Just wondering. I used Logger for Stew Perry last weekend, and my
          score seems a bit odd.

          I logged several contacts in EU and the software gave me 30 points for
          one contact in Hungary. Can this be right?

          Anyone else analyze their scores to see if Logger apportioned the
          correct number of points for grid squares worked?

          Just curious.

          Larry, N0XB
        • doug smith
          ... I *think* it adds your power multiplier [0], so if the distance to Hungary would justify 15 points but you told the information sheet you were running low
          Message 4 of 4 , Jan 2, 2007
            On 1/2/07, larry_4235 <retire@...> wrote:
            > I logged several contacts in EU and the software gave me 30 points for
            > one contact in Hungary. Can this be right?
            >
            > Anyone else analyze their scores to see if Logger apportioned the
            > correct number of points for grid squares worked?

            I *think* it adds your power multiplier [0], so if the distance to
            Hungary would justify 15 points but you told the information sheet you
            were running low power, it would double that to 30.

            I was LP. Didn't work any Europeans but it did give me 28 points for
            KH6AT, 14 for many of my West Coast QSOs -- and two points for the
            local Tennessee types.

            I wouldn't be worried about it. Because of the bonus when the other
            guy is LP or QRP, you can't possibly accurately know your score until
            after the log deadline anyway - BARC will sort it all out after the
            log deadline...
            ==
            Doug Smith W9WI
            Pleasant View, TN EM66
            http://www.w9wi.com

            [0] http://jzap.com/k7rat/stew.rules.txt , rule 6 says if you're
            running low power you multiply the point value for each QSO by 2. (x4
            for QRP)

            Rule 5 provides another power multiplier if *the guy you worked* is
            low-power or QRP, but N1MM Logger can't know if that will apply. The
            BARC has to apply that multiplier after it gets the other guy's log.
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