I used fldigi-3.21.74 with the Kenwood TS-590 as a part time effort in the SCC RTTY contest. Fldigi worked great but the picky robot did not like the ADIF version 3 Cabrillo format. It nagged me several times and the sponsor converted my header to the old format to accept the log.
SCC RTTY Championship
Call: AA5VUOperator(s): AA5VUStation: AA5VUClass: SOSB/20 LPQTH: Austin, TXOperating Time (hrs): Part TimeSummary:Band QSOs Mults------------------- 80: 40: 20: 83 45 15: 10: -------------------Total: 83 45 Total Score = 8,595Club: Central Texas DX and Contest ClubComments:83 QSO's = 191 QSO points x 46 Mults = 8595 Total ScorePosted using 3830 Score Submittal Forms at: http://www.3830scores.com/
After entering the 3830 data I found out there is no LOW power category for 20M only so the robot accepted my Cabrillo log as HIGH power.
Early in the contest I was making a brief run and it was kind of obvious a few stations responding still had there RIT offset because they were not responding on my frequency. One was so far off I asked him to reset the RIT. He did and responded SRI. I guess it is easy to forget to zero the RIT.
It was a fun contest with confirmation this is an OM's hobby due to the exchange of year first licensed. The oldest received was 1942 but there were some 2012's.
73 Dick AA5VU (1973)