[Trlog] TRLog and 29 MHz
tree at kkn.net
Tue Nov 1 09:22:10 PDT 2011
Good catch Paul. I guess the author never imagined contest activity
above 29 MHz. Must have been done during a sunspot minimum.
On Sun, Oct 30, 2011 at 6:13 PM, Paul Kirley <pkirley at fuse.net> wrote:
> Thanks to the wonderful activity on 10 meters during CQ WW SSB, I worked some SSB stations above 29 MHz. I had TRLog configured to record the frequency reported by my K3.
> For the QSOs above 29 MHz, TRLog recorded in the DAT file, for example:
> 10SSB 30-Oct-11 15:17 .1042 OK1VAM 59 59 15 3$
> POST translated this into the Cabrillo as:
> QSO: 28104 PH 2011-10-30 1517 W8TM 59 04 OK1VAM 59 15
> Obviously, the frequency calculated by POST is incorrect (and the DAT display is debatable). I corrected the Cabrillo manually (to 29042 in this example), and suggest that others who made QSOs above 29 MHz might want to check for similar situations in their logs.
> A search of the Cabrillo for
> QSO: 281
> ought to locate possible problems. The corresponding entry in the DAT file will include the frequency add-on information to enable manual correction (no decimals in the Cabrillo).
> 73, Paul W8TM
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