Paper QSL statistics page
Why are we doing this (idea from
, programmed by
So, you really do like paper QSL-s. I do. Many ham's dont. We should not blame them, since QSL-ing is just a part of our great hobby. Printing cards is not a free lunch. There is no point in sending your paper QSL to someone who is not interested in card exchange. It would probably end up in some bureaus trashbin. So..what do you do about it? Whole idea here is to share the information stored in your local logger database with others - so when deciding wheter to send your paper QSL to a station you can take a look how others have received cards from that station. 'Sharing' means that volunteers can upload their exported adif files via this page. More uploads we have, the better the picture.
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help to improve this site
- make adif export from your logger program and upload it here for qsl analyze!
Tell your fellow amateurs about this site. Send them a link to this page.
Upload your ADIF log
If you have a large file then
-compress it for faster upload!
Please upload your file
if you are regularly registering incoming qsl cards in your logger program
File should be in ADIF format. We are looking for contacts where QSL_SENT='Y' OR QSL_RCVD='Y'
Make sure you have correct callsign in one of those adif fields STATION_CALLSIGN, OPERATOR, OWNER_CALLSIGN
If you logger export does not include one of those fields, then please name your file callsign.adi (put in YOUR callsign)
Take a look at ES1TU version of dx-cluster
Mail me your ideas, problems, etc..