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 5. Click the '''Save''' button

The '''ID''' of the '''my QTH''' you've just defined will now be available as a choice in
  * the '''myQTH''' selector on the '''Main''' window's '''Log QSOs''' tab
  * the '''my QTH ID''' selector on the '''Capture''' window
  * the '''Substitute for missing QTH Identifiers''' selector on the Main window's '''Import QSOs''' tab
  * the '''default QTH ID''' selector in the '''Log Settings''' panel on the '''Configuration''' window's '''Log''' tab

Managing Multiple Operating Locations

(Under construction)

If all of your QSOs were made from the same operating location, then all logged QSOs will "count" towards all awards, and the QTH-related information printed on QSL card never changes.

However, if you've made QSOs from more than one operating location, then

* only some of your QSOs may count towards some of the awards you're pursuing; QSOs made in pursuit of ARRL WAS awards, for example, must be made from locations that no two of which are more than 50 miles apart.

* some of the information you print on an outgoing QSL card -- your grid square, state or province, city, CQ zone -- may vary as a function of the location from which the QSO was made

You can define a my QTH for each location from which you've operated. Each my QTH specifies the details of its location, and a unique my QTH ID. Every logged QSO made from a particular my QTH should specify the appropriate my QTH ID.

Defining a my QTH

  1. select the Main window's my QTHs tab

  2. click the New button

  3. specify a unique ID

    • a town name is usually a good choice unless you've operated from more than one location within the same town
    • the ID cannot contain a single apostrophe

  4. specify the other information you want associated with this my QTH; typically you should specify your

    • Name

    • Street address

    • Pri Sub (Primary Administrative Subdivision, e.g. your State or Province or Bundesland or Department or Oblast or Prefecture or ...)

    • Sec Sub (Secondary Administrative Subdivision, e.g. your County or District or City/Gun or ...)

    • Country name

    • PostCode

    • Grid square

    • CQ zone

    • ITU zone

    • IOTA tag

  5. Click the Save button

The ID of the my QTH you've just defined will now be available as a choice in

  • the myQTH selector on the Main window's Log QSOs tab

  • the my QTH ID selector on the Capture window

  • the Substitute for missing QTH Identifiers selector on the Main window's Import QSOs tab

  • the default QTH ID selector in the Log Settings panel on the Configuration window's Log tab

Logging QSOs from a my QTH


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ManageMultipleQTHs (last edited 2018-07-05 20:19:51 by AA6YQ)