n8hm at arrl.net
Thu Sep 18 14:17:27 UTC 2014
John isn't doing LoTW for this trip.
However, LoTW does support up to four grids per QSO, so you would
ordinarily just enter both grids into your logging software for the QSO.
Also, there is no need for you to enter the other station's grids to upload
to LoTW. Grids come solely from the station location set when uploading the
QSOs and aren't part of the matching logic.
On Thu, Sep 18, 2014 at 9:44 AM, <w6gmt at bak.rr.com> wrote:
> I worked K8YSE on FO-29 last night (Thanks John) Posted the contacts to
> LoTW only to have one of them rejected as a dup. How do others work around
> this ? usually I only need one of the grids but in this case need both.
> they would be # 206 and 207. I would ask the LoTW staff but the E-mail site
> for ARRL.org is still down.
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