Posted on IOTA website this morning;
”Islands On The Air (IOTA) Ltd is delighted to announce the implementation of the ARRL application which allows the use of QSO matching via LoTW.
We wish to thank ARRL for having made their application available. This will allow IOTA chasers to obtain credits by matching their logs with those at LoTW in addition to those at Club Log. We have a lot of work ahead of us to identify the time windows of past IOTA operations and this will be phased in over the next few months. An initial list of operations arising from the link-up with LoTW has been added to the database and these will become available for QSO matching from Thursday 21 May.
Further additions will be made on an ongoing basis. We are sure that the IOTA community will welcome this development for which they have long been pressing for.”
AT2SH is the latest station to appear on the bands to create awareness about Covid-19, Stay Safe, Stay Home across the world through Amateur Radio.
The small Team in India started their activity today and first logs should be in in the next 24 hours. You can find logs on both links below, the latter at M0OXO OQRS for QSL Card requests.
You may find this Blog of interest.
It is the account by Paul Gacek (W6PNG) of his experience down in St Kitts & Nevis a few months ago where he operated as V47P alongside his fellow Ham Matt Holden (K0BBC).
Of cannons, beer and paradise