Online Database

With the new Online Database, doing click on a callsign, Name, QTH and Locator are filled in ADIF window directly. 

Red Led: No Internet access

Yellow Led: Callsign not registered yet

Green Led: Callsign OK

8 Responses to “Online Database”

  1. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    Hello Kim,

    Bearing and distance are included some time ago in the last versions.

  2. kim g0okx Says:

    Hi Jose, Some ideas probably thought of before: What about including bearing as well as distance so that a statistical analysis can be carried out e.g. for antenna and location.
    Also, frequency offset as another identifying marker, and when/where bands open.
    Kim, g0okx.
    P.S. Is data accessible for us non programming people?

  3. Courtin F1BIB Says:

    Well, all OK. I have forgotten than HRD Logbook was doing that thing. Sorry . Thanks F1BIB.

  4. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    There are many Ham Logbooks to read ADIF files.

    If you want something simple and useful I recommend you the FLdigi Loogbook.

  5. Courtin F1BIB Says:

    Well, ROS fine soft, but how can I read the “log *.adi”, what kind of soft I have to use to see the old qso I have made in ROS mode ? Thanks. F1BIB

  6. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    Cuando no hay internet, el ROS también lleva un complejo algoritmo que intenta buscar el Nombre, QTH y el Locator de entre los datos que tienes en pantalla. Aunque la mejor opción es consultar directamente a la base de datos.

  7. Daniel LU3ECQ Says:

    Hola José:
    Estoy muy agradecido y feliz con este agregado al programa, ya probé con una estación y aparece el nombre a los pocos instantes. Que lindo!
    lo que veo es que el LED lo tengo en rojo, aunque tengo acceso a internet y pude recibir los datos en esta pruebita que hice. ¿a que se debera?
    un saludo y gracias nuevamente por tomarte este trabajo.
    Daniel LU3ECQ

  8. PE2KP Says:

    Nice Job again. I hope most hams will naw keep the CQ short. Long CQ does not work, if there is no syc. Info will get you later on in the QSO.

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