These are probably pre-computerization QSLs. I have several DXCC records
that have no info other than a entity name since I've never submitted a
paper card or LoTW credit since computerization.
For example, this one:
*DXCC* ABU AIL ISLANDS (DELETED) (2)
There's no QSO details for LoTW to provide since there's no QSO details
recorded. I occasionally submit QSLs to fill in the details for these,
especially back when a submission allowed 100 QSLs.
On Mon, Feb 12, 2018 at 6:32 PM, Lee Hallin <hall...@lanecc.edu> wrote:
> I have found that sometimes the entry in the DXCC_QSLs... file (that you
> download from LoTW to show DXCC confirmations) has the wrong date. The
> date seems to be "guessed" by LoTW. For instance, the confirmation QSO
> date for a QSO says 19890101 when in reality the date of the QSO was
> 19890304. In this case, do you create a "dummy" QSO for 19890101 and,
> perhaps via "Notes for this QSO", point to the QSO in your log when you
> "really" worked them?
> Or do you just keep track of the QSOs in DXCCQSLs that are wrong and
> ignore them when they are shown as "unmatched" in your log?
> Other ideas?
> Thanks & 73,
> Lee N7NU
> P.S. Another date I have seen many times is 19451115; the date that DXCC
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