Defining Report-Modes and Report-Bands
Report modes and report bands are used to group modes and bands for
Assume an award that requires that a specific number of station must be worked on one of the traditional HF bands (80m, 40m, 20m, 15m, 10m). It does not matter on which of these bands a station was worked. For this purpose a we can define a Report-Band that reflects this rule. That means that the band will be shown as 'Worked' in the statistics if a Station was Worked on one of the 5 Bands. We will now define the Report-band and call it DIPA-HF (HF bands for diploma A).
Note: If wrong Bands or Modes are included in the Statistics the reason is most probably that there is an error in the Report-Bands or Modes.
This will open the 'Create/Change Statistic Definitions'
Select the 'Report
Bands' page. On the left side with the header "Name" you see all the Bands defined which do not
correspond to real QSO-Bands. In the list box at the right side you see
the QSO-Bands which are included in the selected
Report-Band. In the middle you see a list of all QSO-Bands that can
be selected as part of Report-Bands.
Press the '
Press the '
Click the 'One Band out of the list is needed' means that one out of all QSO-Bands contained in the Report-Band is needed to satisfy the statistic status (worked, confirmed). If you would select 'All Bands of the List are needed' then all QSO-Bands contained in the Report-Band must have the statistic status (confirmed, worked) until the Report-Band has the corresponding status.
In the 'Bands' list select 10m, 15m, 20m, 40m and 80m.
Now Press Save.
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