Thanks to David, G3UNA, for the video!
This article was originally written for the CWOps newsletter, Solid Copy. The information presented is equally relevant to other clubs, so I have decided to reproduce it here without modification. If anything is unclear do let me know! – Michael G7VJR How to participate in the CW Ops league table on Club Log Whenever I […]
This article appears in the Autumn 2015 edition of FOCUS, the journal of the First Class Operators’ Club (FOC). It is reproduced here as I felt it would be of wider interest. The Origins of Club Log Late in 2014 at the FOC Annual Dinner in Milton Keynes, I was caught completely unawares when the […]
Following the break-up of the USSR in the early 1990s, there were many changes of prefixes as ex-USSR republics became independent. Some prefixes that had previously been used for Russia were allocated to ex-USSR republics. For example, prefixes UV, UW & UZ were transferred from Russia to Ukraine. In order to map these prefixes accurately, […]
The following was first published in the CDXC Digest in May 2015. Club Log Corner – History and Callsigns of Post-War Eritrea – Alan Jubb, 5B4AHJ I had originally planned to write a piece about the rôle of software mapping rules in Club Log in this issue, but following some recent research on Eritrea, I […]
The following was first published in the CDXC Digest in March 2015. Club Log Corner – The Great Club Log Mapping Review Alan Jubb, 5B4AHJ In this article, I want to peek behind the scenes at some of the work that has been going on over the last few months to review the Club Log mapping […]
The following was first published in the CDXC Digest in January 2015. Club Log Corner – The Canton & Enderbury Islands Condominium Alan Jubb, 5B4AHJ As my articles on Club Log seem to be going to be a regular thing, it seems appropriate to christen this section of The Digest “Club Log Corner”. I plan to […]
The following was first published in the CDXC Digest in November 2014. Documenting Amateur Radio History in Club Log – Alan Jubb, 5B4AHJ CDXC members will be aware that a lot of time has been spent over the last six years researching various aspects of amateur radio history for Club Log. Much of this work […]
Hi all, I write a series of articles, on various aspects of Club Log, called “Club Log Corner” for the “CDXC Digest”, a magazine published every two months by the Chiltern DX Club, The UK DX Foundation. I plan to publish some of these articles on the Club Log Blog.
Welcome to the Club Blog – a web site of blog articles related to Club Log.