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    30000 - IOTA QSOs - Uploaded - Club Log

    30,000+ Multiple IOTA QSOs Uploaded to Clublog for IOTA QSO Matching.
    I just uploaded 30,000+ QSOs to Clublog to provide IOTA "QSO Matching" for my previous IOTA Expeditions to: NA-023, NA-041, NA-048, NA-050, NA-054, NA-065, NA-066, NA-091, NA-152, NA-178, NA-184, NA-242.
    A list by each IOTA, Callsign(s) used, Start/End Date(s) and Island Name(s) was sent to IOTA HQ.
    A copy of the .pdf file list is here: http://www.k6vva.com/iota/clublog-up...-22jan2019.pdf
    Since different older logging programs were used, considerable reformatting of QSO data using Excel was also involved ;-(
    Due to various "Bureau" QSL problems, hopefully the uploading will help some people who have not yet received QSLs.
    There are still 5,000+ QSOs to upload for NA-106 from an old computer when some data retrival issues get resolved.
    A Special Tnx for Daniel, SM4XAS, for his very cool online CSV2ADIF converter at: http://www.sm4xas.se/2017/12/13/csv-to-adif-converter
    NOTE: Michael, G7VJR confirmed that only these 5 fields of log data were needed, which also reduced the file sizes and bandwidth needed:
    CALL QSO_DATE TIME_ON BAND MODE
    Only these 5 fields are also need for the new Clublog "Last 10 Callsigns Worked" Mini-Widget.
    FYI & 73,
    Rick - K 6 V V A
    The Locust IOTA Marathon DIAMOND Activator


    K6VVA Eric Hilding, Morgan Hill, USA. K6VVA/KL7
    73 Al 4L5A
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