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I use Logbook Of The World (LOTW) for all QSOs. If you do not have a LOTW account, you can register for a LOTW account without being a member of ARRL.

My current station is a Raspberry Pi 3 (RPI 3) feeding an Icom IC-7200 transceiver. Read page 34 in the July 2017 issue of QST magazine for more details. While the RPI 3 can do different digital modes, I have settled on using the program written by Dr. Joe Taylor - K1JT called wsjt-x. The JT65 and JT9 digital modes are amazing. The VOACAP program predicted that the 10 Meter band was ¨dead¨. Yet I made several contacts on 10 Meters using JT65. I view this situation as a testimony to the robustness of the JT65 digital mode.

Update: My Raspberry Pi 3 computer has been upgraded to a GPS disciplined time base and is within 1 microsecond of official UTC. I did this for the new wsjt-x mode called FT8. This new Beta digital mode has very tight time constrants with respect to UTC. If you are having trouble decoding my FT8 signal, please check your computer´s time setting.

Also, Logbook Of The World (LOTW) now supports the FT8 digital mode for submitted logs.

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