I want to make sure my qso's count for them.
Then submit your log. Your logging program might be
able to export the log in Cabrillo Format
, the default
contest logging format. However
almost all logging programs are able to export a file in the Amateur Data Interchange Format (adif or adi)
. This page enables you to upload your adif format log file and convert it into the Cabrillo format required for submitting your log entry for the contest:http://www.cqwpx.com/adif/
And there are other converson pages and programs.
you can edit, fill in the log, check Cabrillo Format and Header, convert files from the most popular logging software to Cabrillo and ADIF, print customizable files, calculate statistics, and export logs to RTF, PDF or HTML for publishing.http://www.dxshell.com/logchecker.html
You can find where
to submit your logs via email attachment
for a particular contest at most Contest Calendar sites like the
WA7BNM Contest Calendar. Don't wait too long after the contest.
Submission deadlines range from a week to a month after the contest,http://www.hornucopia.com/contestcal/
All logs are always welcome. Even if you don't want to
enter the contest proper, your log is appreciated as a
GL ES 73, Ken AD6KA/5R8GQ