[ct-user] CT Tools for Version 10 released
Jim Reisert AD1C
jjreisert at alum.mit.edu
Mon Mar 29 07:50:16 EST 2004
--- N2TK <tony.kaz at verizon.net> wrote:
> Still use QSL's here plus upload logs to LoTW. When I come back from a trip
> I convert the CTWIN bin file to a res file. Import into Excel. Pull out the
> fields I want and import into a Word template. Then I print the labels.
> How does QSL.exe work? I never tried it. Do I need to go to DOS and type QSL
> and the bin file name?
QSL (CT8 and earlier, QSL9 for CT9) is a program which allows you to
pre-emptively QSL contacts on new bands and modes. This is for the guys who
want to make sure every station they work gets a QSL, without having to open
every package from the QSL bureau, and without sending multiple confirmations
for the same band/mode.
The QSL program maintains a database of each station you have sent a card to,
and which bands/modes you have confirmed. When you work the station on a new
band/mode combination (ie. 75m SSB), it will generate a new label, and mark it
in the database so that you will never confirm another 75m SSB QSO with the
same station. So after each contest, just run QSL on your new .BIN file and
the labels will be automatically generated.
73 - Jim AD1C
Jim Reisert AD1C, 7 Charlemont Court, North Chelmsford, MA 01863
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