[CQ-Contest] LotW - Needs More Participation

Axel Schernikau, DL6KVA dl6kva at qsl.net
Fri May 21 13:08:10 EDT 2004

Hello Joe,

there's no way!

The DX-station has to send all documentation and get the certificate. 
After this the DX-station could send the keys for LoTW to the manager. 
Asked this in beta-testing-phase.

73 & gl

Axel Schernikau, DL6KVA
dl6kva at qsl.net

Joe Subich, K4IK schrieb:

>>So for the time being I will continue sending updates of my log 
>>to my QSL manager who does not require my sending him photocopy 
>>of passport and license by snail mail.
>Does anyone know what standard/documentation ARRL/LotW requires of 
>a QSL manager in order to obtain a certificate for a station he/she 
>might manage?  
>For those DX stations with a traditional QSL manager, I don't see 
>why the manager couldn't upload logs in any case ... for others, 
>perhaps one way to deal with the requirement for documentation for 
>foreign amateurs is for US (and other) registered individuals to 
>serve as "on-line QLS managers."   
>The US station could use his/her certificate to sign the certificate 
>request for the DX station.  The DX station could send logs to the 
>"electronic QSL manager" (signed with PGP or some other unique ID), 
>the "on-line manager" could then convert the log to ADIF (if 
>necessary), sign the ADIF and upload it to LotW.  
>Although I do not have the time & resources to act as a traditional 
>QSL manager, I would certainly be willing to act as an on-line QSL 
>manager if such were possible.  
>   ... Joe, K4IK 
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