Log Submission

Note: All logs are due no later than 14 days after the event!

All submitted logs will be forwarded to the KFF-WWFF team, so that operators can do a dual activation for both FLSPOTA and the WWFF POTA programs.

We have created the following PDF files for logging:

Logsheet: http://flspota.org/files/flspota-logsheet.pdf
Score Summary: http://flspota.org/files/flspota-score-summary.pdf

Log Submission Guidelines:

Score Summary:

Regardless of the method used to submit the actual QSO log (web form, emailed logsheet, or emailed cabrillo file), Contestants MUST submit a score summary sheet. (http://flspota.org/files/flspota-score-summary.pdf) If you operated from more than one Florida State Park Entity during the contest, then you must submit separate logs and a score summary for each park you operated from. You may submit copies of both files to logs@flspota.org.

If you logged electronically:

Logs from the event can be submitted by emailing your Cabrillo-formatted log file(s) named <CALLSIGN>.log to logs@flspota.org, with the subject <CALLSIGN>

Please include the completed Score Summary Sheet (http://flspota.org/files/flspota-score-summary.pdf) for with your electronic file,

If you logged on paper:

Entrants who use paper logging, or whose logging software does not support the Cabrillo format have two ways to submit entries.

    1. Preferred is to use the Web-to-Cabrillo form provided by Bruce, WA7BNM at http://www.b4h.net/cabforms/fspota_cab3.php
      After the contest simply fill out the indicated fields on that form, and enter your paper logs into the provided text area. Click submit when you are finished and a cabrillo file of your log will be sent in for scoring.
    2. You may use the paper logsheets, and email scanned copies of the completed forms to logs@flspota.org:
    3. Alternatively, you can mail paper copies of your log and Score Summary to:
      Florida State Parks on the Air
      c/o LARC
      PO BOX 90853
      LAKELAND FL 33804-0853

All mailed log entries must be postmarked no later than 14 days after the event.

Supported logging software includes:

N1MM+  http://n1mm.hamdocs.com/tiki-index.php

N1MM+ is one of the most widely used, free contest logging programs available. Contest definition files for the FLSPOTA contest will be available for download from this page soon.