WWFF is happy to announce the birth of a new National Program : 7XFF in Algeria. 7X2KF, Karim, will coordinate all 7X-activities in the future. A website is under construction at 7XFF-web
Fast Log Entry (FLE) is a text editor to enter QSO data as easy and fast as possible without redundancy. FLE consists of two main panels – a text editor with customizable context-sensitive highlighting and a QSO data grid. The grid shows the completed QSO records, they can be saved as ADIF file (ADIF = Amateur Data Interchange Format).
From version FLE 2.4 on WWFF logging option for Activators is added. It logs all necessary data needed for WWFF LogSearch uploading (but also nothing more). Also the Park to Park data is added. Super fast logging guaranteed !
The exported ADIF file is custom ready to upload to LogSearch.
FLE runs on every computer under all Windows versions.
Download your version here : FLE WWFF-logger
Be sure to read the DOCUMENTATION FILE (and the WWFF section) before starting !
FLE is freeware made by DF3CB Bernd. He’s also the author of the excellent BV Label software for printing your QSL labels !
WWFF is proud to announce the birth of a new National Program : JA1JCF, Nobi, is from now on the National Coordinator for JAFF Japan.
We like to wish Nobi a lot of success in his new job and the WWFF community is looking forward to many JAFF activations in the future. A national JAFF award program will be launched shortly.
A brandnew JAFF website is already up and running : JAFF web
Working during 48 hours (UTC) from 00:00utc 17th to 23:59utc 18th of April 2016 7 different stations in protected areas with reference in WWFF directory and from at least 3 different countries(entities) DXCC countries or states/territory from VK areas.
Apply via Logsearch
OSOs need to be in Logsearch
Deadline : 15th of May 2016 00:00UTC
Apply via Logsearch
Hope you will make a “great day” from World Radio Amateur Day 2016. See you in bands from any protected area!
A new award is added to the VKFF National Program : Murray River Parks Award.There are three stages to this award.
To qualify for the basic award you need to have either activated or worked a total of 10 of the following 31 VKFF Parks which are located either along the Murray River or in very close proximity. The second level will be issued after activating or worked 20 of the qualifying parks.The third level will be issued after activating or worked all 30 parks.
To apply for this award, go to WWFF LogSearch and check if you have enough confirmed references. Applying only via this way.
A list of all valid Murray River Parks can be found at WWFF Australia
Following its launch earlier this year, the Park-To-Park award has proven quite successful.
Already 33 activators have earned the entry-level award (10 P2Ps confirmed) while a number have already achieved the award for 44 confirmed P2P contacts.
As such, WWFF is pleased to announce that the next level, for 88 confirmed P2P contacts, is now available through Logsearch.
WWFF is proud to present the new National Coordinator for the USA KFF : W3AAX, Jason
Jason is a dedicated SOTA and NPOTA activator and chaser. WWFF is pretty sure he will do his very best to promote and expand WWFF in the USA.
Jason is also the coordinator for KL, KH6 and the overseas USA DXCC (KHx and KPx)
Good luck Jason !
As a program, we are fortunate that a number of our Hunters are WWFF Residents, living (at least part of the year) within a designated protected territory.
Many of these residents “give away” their reference when working activators… unfortunately, many of them do not then submit their logs!
Now that the Park-To-Park Award is live, it is more relevant than ever (especially for the other activator!) that you submit your logs for uploading to Logsearch, so that the P2P QSO can be confirmed.
If you need any assistance in this, please post to the WWFF Forum and we will be pleased to help.
Observant operators may note that the Park-To-Park numbers in Logsearch have changed… this is due to two changes made to the calculations.
The reference renumbering to the 4-digit standard is finished. From now on all Country Divisions References have the four numbers as identification.
Only 2 correct ways are left to identify a WWFF Reference :
XFF-YYYY or XXFF-YYYY
(depending on the national prefix)
With big thanks to Andrew, M0YMA, for doing the conversion in the last weeks time !