Hi Arne,

For an ADIF export, the program checks if we write using a filter called
"ADIF"; when that is the case,
we use a table inside the country database to map from our internal country
number to the DXCC
number used for ADIF. When you see something different coming out I suspect
that the list of
import/export filters is broken or the country database is damaged.

Btw, I did a quick test, and it works here as expected.

--Paul

On Wed, Jan 3, 2018 at 12:34 PM, Arne N7KA <n...@comcast.net> wrote:

> Generating an ADIF file for LoTW upload, the DXCC data field  is populated
> with my logged frequency.
>
> Example  A35T:   Info in ADIF file: (only 1 example QSO shown.  Same basic
> error for all other QSOs.
>
>
> <CALL:4>A35T
>
> <Freq:8 21.01982>
>
> <DXCC:8>21.01982>
>
>
> Any ideas why this might happen?
>
>
> Arne N7KA
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