Has anyone ever done a Dayton forum or online forum on contest log
checking? In briefly chatting with KL9A regarding the number of logs that
get submitted (over 1,000 in some NAQP events), it dawned on me that it
requires a little computing power to have a database of 2,500,000 QSOs
(assuming 1,000 logs with an average of 250 QSOs per log for NAQP) or a
database of 25,000,000 QSOs (assuming 5,000 logs and an average of 500 QSOs
per log for CQWW).
How long does the log checking actually take and what database programs are
used these days?
73 Rich NN3W
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