Depends on which version of Cabrillo.
Here are the tags for 3.0:
OPERATORS: callsign1 [callsign2 callsign3...]
I don't see anything to indicate the callsign of the station you operated from.
Perhaps you could E-mail one of the contest managers? There are three
E-mail addresses at the top of this page:
On Sun, Feb 6, 2011 at 11:45 AM, Hank Greeb <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I need to know if there's an example Cabrillo file for the NA-Sprint?
> There's an example for NAQP, but I find NIL (or NOP N)ot O)n P)age) in
> the NCJ web page.
> I operated with the call N1L
> How do I indicate that N8XX was the operator and W8LRC was the station
> How do I indicate that I was on a team, or is that separate from the
> cabrillo file (as I've been told is the case with the NAQP)?
> It was fun operating QRP with the unusual call N1L. Several folks
> almost insisted that I was NN1L, N1LE, or other variation. I trust I
> got through to them when I duplicated N1L before sending the contest
> info followed by duplicates of N1L after all the info had been sent.
> The way I figure, if folks can't copy computer sent CW @ about 25 WPM,
> they shouldn't be in such a contest, unusual call or not.
> Thanks to all who dug down and copied the pipsqueak 5 Watts. And,
> Thanks to the Lowell (MI) ARC for lending their clubhouse @ W8LRC with a
> 40 thru 10 metre beam @ 110' which allowed contacts with the west coast
> @ 0030 on 40 metres.
> 72/73 de n8xx Hg
> Operated as N1L for NA-Sprint (CW), Febr 2011
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Jim Reisert AD1C, <email@example.com>, http://www.ad1c.us
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