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Author Topic: Totally stressed out by a DXpedition?  (Read 5202 times)
N7SMI
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« Reply #45 on: November 26, 2012, 08:58:18 PM »

I wrote a little program to check LoTW for me. Haven't really used it much but soon I will get a notification in my mac's notification center whenever a new LoTW entity gets confirmed. Has a few bugs to iron out yet though.

I hope it checks relatively infrequently. Having loads of these types of programs constantly checking the LoTW servers will do little to help the current slowdowns. But this does sound very cool. Would you share?
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W1VT
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« Reply #46 on: November 27, 2012, 03:30:17 AM »

Now we just check LoTW a couple times a day!  My 80M LoTW QSL for PT0S just came through!

Congrats!  when did your QSO take place?  My one good (10 meter SSB) contact with PT0S was on Nov. 20 and for a few days now I am  waiting for LoTW to give me anything beyond Nov 19...

11/22 at 0608Z--broke through the Eu pileup after I heard K1EA work him.  It might have been in their last upload before they had to get on the boat.
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W4RS
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« Reply #47 on: November 29, 2012, 10:28:48 PM »

its just a hobby, but with bragging rights. i have 314 wked, i have one, just one contact with kingman reef. spent 2 days to get it. but i have 3y0pi on 9 bands, 17 contacts.
it just time on the river, be there when they are, and you will work em.
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