Understanding Logbook of the World – Part 5

This article is the fifth article in a series of articles on using Logbook of the World.  Part one addressed key concepts for LoTW while part two went through how to setup LoTW. Part three discussed the basic use of LoTW through TrustedQSL directly or what this author likes to call “the hard way.” In part four, the use of LoTW and TQSL as part of electronic logging software was explored.

Understanding Logbook of the World – Part 4

This article is the fourth in a series of articles on using Logbook of the World.  Part one addressed key concepts for LoTW while part two went through how to setup LoTW. Part three discussed the basic use of LoTW through TrustedQSL directly or what this author likes to call “the hard way.” In part four, the use of LoTW and TQSL as part of electronic logging software.

Understanding Logbook of the World – Part 3

This article is the third part of a series of article on using Logbook of the World. Part one addressed key concepts for LoTW while part two went through how to setup LoTW. Part 3 will discuss basic use of LoTW through TrustedQSL directly or what this author likes to call “the hard way.” As shown in part 2, TrustedQSL is the interface by which Callsign Certificates are obtained and Station Locations configured for loading QSOs into LoTW.

Understanding Logbook of the World – Part 1

One of the most common but confusing tools in amateur radio today is the ARRL Logbook of the World (“LoTW”). Logbook of the World was created by the ARRL to establish a secure, online QSO/QSL manager that could be used both for convenience and to provide a reliable service for recording contacts for award applications.