[ct-user] Stew Perry

Missouri Guy, N0TT n0tt1 at juno.com
Sat Dec 17 11:57:15 EST 2005

I always use DOS CT for the 160 SP and other 160 contests.
For the SP, I use the ARRL VHF QSO party and pay no
attention to the VHF frequency.  After the contest I use Window's
WordPad to do global edits (to the log file that I email) to 
change the frequencies and anything else like shifts in 
data columns (like the grid).  It does sound complicated, but 
I can usually fix up a log in about 1/2 hour or less...it just 
takes some practice and a little experimenting.

Charlie  N0TT

On Fri, 16 Dec 2005 19:11:54 -1000 Ken Brown <ken.d.brown at verizon.net>
> Hi,
> I am running CT in DOS. The Stew Perry Topband Challenge is not one 
> of 
> the contests supported by my version of CT. The exchange in the Stew 
> Perry is grid square. Is there a contest which uses grid square as 
> the 
> exchange AND allows 160 meters. I have used the VHF contest mode 
> with 
> some success, but this requires that I disconnect the RS-232 from 
> the 
> rig, and tell the program I am on a VHF band. Are there any better 
> solutions for using CT DOS in the Stew Perry?
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