PA3CLQ's Leuke Linken Nr. 399
1943 McElroy telegraph chart of codes It was printed on a cloth backing and measured a large 25 by 38 inches. Price US $14,95
Converting paper logs into electronic logs
I've been inactive for many years.
Now I want to convert paper logs to computer and I have N1MM logger.
Do I need to, or should I, use a different logger for general DX logging?
While you'll certainly get a ton of suggestions which logger to use for general logging (lots of personal choice there) let me suggest one tool for the general task of converting paper logs into electronic logs: FLE, Fast Log Entry, see
It really speeds up the process tremendously and will output an ADIF file you can then import into whichever logger you want.
73 & gl, Olli - DH8BQA
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There are many, many, more types keys,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
good for an SKCC QSO and may be good for the next SKCC QSL Design Contest.
Yes more strange cw keys here my finger squeezer made in 2003, is not allowed in a SKCC QSO i think? May be a fourth kind
Or these a Mouse squeezer or straight key?
Home made iambic from a telephon relais
HM Squeezer with micro switches
For curious and strange cw keys see:
73, Enjoy & Have Fun!
Jan Pieter Oelp PA3CLQ
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