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I believe JTAlert is doing EXACTLY what is expected with that callsign. AH6P should be signing /W4!
On 10/06/2020 6:39 am, Michael Black
Saw this.....but he's in
Hawaii and working from a 4 zone. So how do we get Midway?
I can just put his callsign
in WSJT-X and it shows up like this.
The problem is the "/4" AH6P is using.
The JTAlert cty.dat file parsing is returning KH4 which is Midway, I
don't know if that is correct or not
If he had signed for the other US cq zones he comes up as..
Zone 3: AH6P/3 -> KH3 Johnston Island
Zone 5: AH6P/5 -> KH5 Palmyra & Jarvis Islands
Using DXLab DXView as my gold standard it returns the same results
except for no DXCC for AH6P/4
I am not familiar with the US licensing requirements, but is it
normal to indicate the operating zone in such a way? I don't recall
ever seeing this before, signing using the operating Zone number as
a portable suffix.
de Laurie VK3AMA