I have renewed my ARRL membership for another year.
According cqwpx.com I’m #1 in Sweden, #4 in Europe and #7 world-wide in CQ WW WPX Contest SSB 2019. I’m proud!
I’ve now installed TrustedQSL (TQSL) version 2.4.5 to signed my ADIF log files before sending them to Logbook of The World.
Using Xubuntu 18.04 version 2.3.1 is supported but I wanted to use the latest version. This is how I installed the latest version:
- Download the latest version from arrl.org.
- Unpack the file tqsl-2.4.5.tar.gz.
- Go to the parent directory of the unpacked file.
- Execute the following commands:
- “cmake .”
- “sudo make install”
Voila – you know have TQSL version 2.4.5 installed!
Update: Here you find the release note for version 2.4.5.
Next weekend, April 12th to April 14th, the Swedish Amateur Radio Association (SSA) will hold the Annual Meeting.
The meeting will take place in Lindesberg, a small town in mid part of Sweden.
Hopefully I can get a few QSL cards checked and my DXCC mixed diploma will then show 175 worked entities.
CQRLOG, made by OK7AN Petr (ex OK2CQR) and OK1RR Martin, is the #1 amateur radio logging software for Linux.
Here is my current DXCC standing:
This coming weekend, from 15:00 UTC on April 6th to 15:00 UTC April 7th, you can participate in SP DX Contest. You find the rules here.
The contest is organized by Polish Amateur Radio Union (Polski Związek Krótkofalowców) in cooperation with the SP DX Club. Amateurs around the world should contact as many Polish stations in as many provinces of Poland as possible. Polish stations use the following prefixes: 3Z, HF, SN, SO, SP, SQ.
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