9328Re: [wsjtgroup] Logging JT9 QSO's
- Dec 7, 2012Here is a method published on DXSuite user group to map your JT9-X to LOTW as Data while keeping your log correct. Since eQSL has already adressed this, you can use JT9-1, JT9, or some other combination as long as you map it as indicated below. I did this and it works perfect. If LOTW addresses the JT9 issue, then you simply remove the mapping and upload your contacts from your log which already have the proper mode. Here is the procedure below:You go to your programs list (depending on what version of windows you have) and look for the TrustedQSL folder. Open that folder and double click on TQSL (not TQSLcert). You will get a window, select File/Preferences/ADIF modes. Click on ADD. In the ADIF Mode: window put in JT9 and then highlight DATA in the window below. Click OK and you will see JT9->DATA in the Custom ADIF mode mappings. You can do this for all modes of JT9 like JT9-1 and so forth they will all be recognized by LOTW as DATA and logged.Now if/when ARRL recognizes JT9 and depending on how they implement this, you will need to come back here and remove this mapping or it will continue as DATA. Pretty simple and it works.LarryW8LIGOn Fri, Dec 7, 2012 at 1:43 PM, Dan Bates <n5tm@...> wrote:
HRD allows you to add new modes. Tools>Configure>Modes
Then Upload to LOTW.
Ed-- another question on LOTW entry. I am using HRD Logbook. Under Modes there is no "Data" field. This is really starting to go off topic, but if I upload as JT65, can I go into LOTW and change it to Data??
I spoke with the LOTW folks at ARRL yesterday and it does not seem like they will be implementing a JT9 category soon, if ever. Most people are uploading as DATA.
I think that eQSL will accept either JT9, JT9-1, etc.
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