You may designate the host station by prepending a "@" to the callsign of
the host station in the Operators list. See the "musings" section (fragment
So if the host station owner also operates, do you put the callsign in
twice, one with and one without the "@"?
a.. The OPERATORS field is a space-delimited list of operator callsign(s).
You may also list the callsign of the host station by placing an "@"
caracter in front of the callsign within the operator list. KH6ND operating
from KH7R's QTH as KH7X could describe this situation in his Cabrillo file
OPERATORS: KH6ND @KH7R
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jim Reisert AD1C" <email@example.com>
To: "Hank Greeb" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Monday, February 07, 2011 6:03 PM
Subject: Re: [CQ-Contest] Cabrillo File Questions for NA-Sprint
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
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 <email@example.com> 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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