[amsat-bb] 5K0T logged sat times
ke4al at yahoo.com
Sun Dec 3 02:38:38 UTC 2017
My 2 QSOs do not match either. Galapagos, We have a problem!
On Saturday, December 2, 2017 05:18:37 PM CST, Paul Stoetzer <n8hm at arrl.net> wrote:
My 2 QSO (1 from home, 1 from Michigan) times also didn’t match when I
checked ClubLog. I have not followed up yet.
On Sat, Dec 2, 2017 at 18:11 Kevin M via AMSAT-BB <amsat-bb at amsat.org>
> I have checked the 5K0T clublog and see that I have 2 QSOs there (wasn't
> sure he got my call on the first pass, was at LOS), but when I go to enter
> the times to make a QSL request, it says the times are not correct. So I
> e-mailed the QSL manager and he sent me back the log entries from Ham Radio
> Deluxe. He shows the times exactly two hours ahead of what I have. So I
> have checked my tracking programs and I show no passes at the times his
> logs show, rather my times show as correct. Has anyone else that made a QSO
> with 5K0T tried to enter their times in Clublog to see if they are
> correct?? If you were successful, which pass was it? My passes were
> 2017-11-22 2029 and 2055z.
> So I e-mailed him back to tell him I think maybe there is a problem with
> either the computer that the log was recorded on or with the HRD program,
> etc., and his reply was simply, 'I use UTC times'. I made up some screen
> shots of my Orbitron for both his times and my times and sent them to him,
> but whether he will get the attachments is yet to be seen. It would just be
> good to know (for confidence level) if anyone else encounters the same
> problem. (Or am I just royally messed up and not seeing it.)
> Thanks in advance, feel free to reply on or off list. 73, Kevin N4UFO
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