This is the extracted data base from the fies in the data-directory. It is convenient to copy contest results from the net. However, it is now supported by all the major contest logging programs. There exist some result lists with locators on the net and some result lists linked to the full contest log of stations which had worked many other stations. I will add the callsign in the next release. I provide a base data base and master.
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First, it is good to know in which direction the station is located to rotate the antenna quick without a long search. The Super Check Partial database files provide a list of callsigns used by active contesters.
Some of the more commonly donated logs come from: DTB of the WinTest software, a commercial contest program.
VHF-Locator-Database and VHF master.dta for N1MM-Contest-Logger Software
For stations in OK and OL it may be enough but others need additional input. Beside own files there can be found some logs on the net. In the region 1 VHF contest it is important to know the locator the position in maidenhead coordinates of the potential partner station at a possible early point in time. From this page the software to create the data base can be downloaded. The official result lists are difficult to convert much manual cut and past, and correcting mastter.dta lines, and so on and contain only the station which had sent their logs.
Your email address will not be published. Dear Ralf, many thanks and congratulations for your very useful program! Depending on your browser, you may have to right click masyer.dta the link and select Save Target As The main database set of files was created out of 3, QSOs from 6, logs.
Logs from all contests are accepted. Together with the past logs of our local radio club it seems that this is a solid base for a suitable call-locator database. For the rest of us, it is all we can do to remember who we worked in the contest just hours before! At this point it is from interest what kind of data can be put in the data directory to be read in by the program:.
The more logs that are contributed, the better the database.
So, a solution must be found. Contributed logs from the past 24 months are used to create the database. Logs may contain errors.
Master Callsign Database Editor
However, remember that this is a database of active contesters. But the logs from you and your friends containing also stations from your environment which do not send in their logs. It enables the use of the database to extend the list masted.dta calls that appear in the check partial call window. The chance for the QSO is missed. The weighting points for a locator are added if the locator is contained in several sources.
Master Callsign Database Editor – create and edit Super Check Partial databases
If you are not fimilar with that and you wants to know what that supposed to mean, look at my related blog article. Locator database for N1MM? Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Below are files for the main Super Check Partial database. However, it is now supported by all the major contest logging programs. Subscribe Blog Leave This Blank: The data comes from Cabrillo logs contributed by contesters themselves.
File with all calls. Submit logs by email to logs supercheckpartial. If you find busted calls in the master files, or you want to have your call excluded from the master files, please send an email to logs supercheckpartial. Da komme ich gerne wieder vorbei.