The special site or software are not needed.
The contest loggers,, TR4W in our case, show the SR/SS times after the prefix
is typed into the callsogn window. For sure most of the general QSO loggers
have this option.
CU on topband,
>Четверг, 28 февраля 2019, 23:21 UTC от terry burge <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
>One of the problems with using https://dx.qsl.net/propagation/greyline is
>trying to calculate what time GMT will be the sunrise or sunset time in places
>like the A5A, FR7, XX9, etc. Does anyone know if there is an online site where
>you can plug in a countries capitol and find the sunrise/sunset time in GMT?
>Sure could help predicting when to try working them weather its on 160,80,40
>or perhaps other bands. I think Ham Radio Deluxe will do that but my N3FJP
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