K1MU's LoTW Page

Logbook of the World

This web page is used to distribute unofficial versions of the TrustedQSL software. Please see the ARRL®'s Logbook of the World site for a pointer to official software.

The Logbook query page at http://www.rickmurphy.net/lotwquery.html can be used to query your QSOs and QSLs, with the ability to select by a number of criteria.


TQSL-2.2
The following links are pointers to TrustedQSL (TQSL) V2.2, which primarily adds support for the National Parks on the Air (NPOTA) event.
Release Notes TrustedQSL-2-2-release.pdf
For Windows (2000 or later)   tqsl-2.2.msi
For Mac OS X tqsl-2.2.dmg
For Linux tqsl-2.2.tar.gz
TQSL 2.1 includes updated built-in documentation.
"Using LoTW" has also been updated for TQSL 2.2. The help is available via https://lotw.arrl.org/lotw-help.
Please report errors, omissions, or ambiguities in the documentation just as you would report defects in TQSL's usability or functionality.

The following table lists the various types of files used by the TrustedQSL software and what they are used for.

File Type Usage
tq5             Certificate request. Generated by TQSLcert (TQSL for 2.0 or later) and uploaded to the LoTW site.
tq6 Signed certificate. Created by LoTW in response to a user.s tq5 request, loaded into TQSLcert (TQSL for 2.0 or later).
tq7 An uncompressed signed log extract. Loaded into LoTW which processes the log and adds the QSOs to your list.
tq8 A compressed signed log extract. Loaded into LoTW which processes the log and adds the QSOs to your list. Created by TQSL.
p12 A saved user callsign certificate with the associated private key. Can be used to recover from a lost certificate, hard drive failure, or to move TrustedQSL to another computer. Created and loaded by TQSLcert (TQSL for 2.0 and later).
tbk A TQSL backup file. Contains a backup of the user's Callsign Certificates, Station Locations, preferences, and upload details. This can be used to move all of the TQSL information from one computer to another. Created and loaded by TQSL (2.0 or later).

The following table lists the fields from your ADIF file that TQSL processes for upload. Any other fields from your log are ignored by TQSL and cannot be retrieved from the LoTW system.

ADIF Field Description
BANDBand where you transmitted
BAND_RXYour receive band
CALLCallsign of the station worked
FREQFrequency of the QSO
FREQ_RXYour receive frequency
MODEQSO mode or mode group (PHONE, CW, etc.)
PROP_MODE  Propagation mode
QSO_DATEUTC Date of the QSO
TIME_ONStart time of the QSO
SAT_NAMEName of the satellite used

The following table lists the fields from your station location that TQSL processes for upload. Any other fields from your log are ignored by TQSL and cannot be retrieved from the LoTW system.

Field Description
AU_STATEAustralian State
CA_PROVINCECanadian Province
CA_US_PARKNPOTA Entities in Canada
CN_PROVINCEChinese Province
CONTContinent
CQZCQ Zone
CA_US_PARKNPOTA Entities in Canada
CQZCQ Zone
DXCCDXCC Entity
DX_US_PARKNPOTA Entities outside US/Canada
GRIDSQUAREMaidenhead Grid Square
IOTAIslands On the Air Entity
ITUZITU Zone
RU_OBLASTRussian Oblast
US_COUNTYUS County name
US_PARKNPOTA Entity
US_STATEUS State
WPXWPX Prefix

I've tried to recover the trustedqsl.org website from the wayback machine. Most of it's working well enough to be useful. Click this logo Trusted QSL Home for access.


This page was last modified on Wednesday November 16, 2016.
My e-mail address is k1mu at arrl -dot- net.