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    12/01/2011 | LoTW Still Experiencing Delays, Invites Reload of Logs

    Logbook of The World (LoTW) is continuing to accept and process logs, including logs from this past weekend’s CQ World Wide CW Contest. Before the contest, LoTW had just about caught up with the backlog, but due to the high number of logs submitted after
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    11/21/2011 | Logbook of The World: Backlog Is Clearing

    Logbook of The World (LoTW) is continuing to accept and process logs, including logs from this weekend’s ARRL November Phone Sweepstakes Contest. Currently, the processing delay is at 14 hours, down from 45 hours last week. As of November 21, there are ap
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    11/15/2011 | LoTW Processing Times Improving

    Logbook of The World (LoTW) is continuing to accept and process logs. Currently, the processing delay is at 45 hours, down from 60 hours last week. As of November 15, there are 1.7 million QSOs waiting to be processed, a decrease of 40 percent -- more tha
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    11/09/2011 | LoTW Processing Update

    Logbook of The World has been managing to hold its own against the current high volume of incoming logs. An approximate 60 hour processing delay has been maintained for about a week. As of November 9, there are approximately 2.8 million QSOs in the LoTW q
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    11/04/2011 | Logbook of The World Still Busy Processing Logs

    The log processing delay for Logbook of The World (LoTW) remains at approximately 60 hours, with approximately 8000 logs queued for processing. Please do not upload the same log more than once. According to ARRL IT Manager Michael Keane, K1MK, the League
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    11/01/2011 | Logbook of The World Experiencing Delays

    Due to a large number of radio amateurs uploading their logs to Logbook of The World (LoTW) after last weekend’s CQ Worldwide SSB Contest, the ARRL’s online QSL verification service is experiencing delays. According to ARRL IT Department Manager Michael K
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    10/21/2011 | DXCC Desk Offers Special “Paper Application Offer” for ST0R QSLs

    The cards for the 2011 ST0R operation from the new DXCC entity of South Sudan are now being received by DXers around the world. With next year’s publishing deadline for 2011 results fast approaching on December 31, 2011, the ARRL DXCC Desk is offering a s
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    09/12/2011 | ARRL Facebook Page: 20,000 Fans Strong

    With more than 20,000 fans on Facebook, the ARRL Facebook page is the number one spot for hams on the Internet’s most popular social networking site. Not only is the ARRL page the most popular Amateur Radio page on Facebook, it is attracting many young -
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