I’m doing a limited release of the QSO Mapping Tool I’ve been working on. At the moment it is hosted on a server at home, so I can’t guarantee availability but if you want to try it please let me know how you get on. This is the tool I’ve used to generate the lovely QSO contact maps on Google Earth. The stations and contact links are both selectable for more information.
It takes an ADI file as input. It queries QRZ.COM for station details and knows about WOTA, SOTA, HEMA and POTA references.
Please give it a try and let me know how you get on.
It’s available here: ADIF Processor.
If successful you’ll get three files out:
- A new ADI file with location data set, where possible, for all contacts.
- A KML file that can be opened as a ‘project’ in Google Earth.
- A markdown file which can be pasted into WOTA discourse and SOTA reflector to generate a table of contacts.
If it falls over please let me know the filename you tried to upload, and I can check the server log.