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Online logsearch

Chris Sauvageot (dl5nam) on September 15, 2006
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A new web service ...

- for DX-stations and DXpeditions to provide her logs

- for every Ham to check: ... i am in log ?

Will provide a free of charge service.

Realtime and/or after a DXped the logs can be checked from every Ham worldwide.

Only callsign, band and mode will shown. Follow the DXCC rules for online logs (see ARRL, Wayne Mills)

If you an DX-station or you was, or want go to DXped - give me a email. Will take also older logs if makes sence to offer logsearch

"" features:

* visitors can search for a callsign

* result are only band and mode - no date, no time will shown

* download of full log or parts is not possible

* visitors can not change any datas

* service is for every DX-station or DXped free of charge

* log owner get a link to include the page in own web site - if he want

* only an export of your log into a ADIF file is needed (or a BV .log file) to add your log too

* update of logs is owner driven - we dont have a nanny-service!

Next features we will add: will show date of last QSO in log; will show QSL status for each QSO (a option for log owners)

Still over 200.000 QSO's in database ( 3 days after start )

Have a look:

73 Chris

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by w3ua on September 15, 2006 Mail this to a friend!
I would like to see how ARRL will disqualify 4U1ITU for publishing all their logs on ITU web site... Yes, 4U1ITI is not a DXpedition per se, but being the single station in the whole "contry", it sets some sort of an example. And when this signal comes from the club of the intrnational communication govering body...
RE: Online logsearch Reply
by DJ9AO on September 27, 2006 Mail this to a friend!
Well, ITU governs telecommunications, ARRL sets the rules for an award. Quite a difference.

73, Oliver
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