[ct-user] Finding Six Banders?
Alan C. Zack
k7acz at cox.net
Thu Oct 30 00:19:13 EST 2003
I convert my log to an Excel file and do any type od SORT you may
desire. By sorting by call column all calls will be listed in
alphabetical order and you can easily see how many times you worked a
certain call and on what bands. I do this for QSL cards so I can send
a station a QSL for more than one band more easily.
K4RO Kirk Pickering wrote:
> What is the easiest way to find all of the
> calls that were worked on all six bands?
> BTW, we used 991.001 at VP5B in multi-2 and
> it worked very well. The only problem we
> experienced was the time going red (indicating
> a band change violation) when we had made
> absolutely NO band changes at all. Run1 and Run2
> were correctly set. It happened maybe 4 times
> during the contest, and reset itself to normal
> at the top of the hour.
> Thanks for any suggestions on finding six-banders.
> -Kirk K4RO
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