Well, duuhh.... I didn't even look at a Cabrillo to see if the QRG was
recorded. It is, of course, No wonder I couldn't find a way to get
N1MM to do it, it already does it.
Thanks for all the kind and gentle replies.
I'll now crawl under the desk, pull the keyboard over my head and try
not to make any more dumb posts for a while.
73, Jim VE7FO
Jim Smith wrote:
> Hi Steve,
> I thought I would follow your suggestion. I couldn't find anywhere in
> N1MM a way to have the actual QRG recorded in the Cabrillo file.
> If you can tell me how to do it, I will.
> 73, Jim VE7FO
> Steve London wrote:
>> Here's something that everyone can do to help catch the cheaters:
>> Configure your contest software and radio interface so that your submitted
>> Cabrillo log shows the exact frequency that each QSO took place on - i.e.
>> rather than 14000. Then send in your log, no matter how small.
>> Trust me, being able to reconstruct a suspected cheater's log using QSO
>> frequency info from an independent source does make a difference.
>> Steve, N2IC
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