Lx.cfg

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Here is description of lx.cfg file. Please keep in mind that lines must be in defined order!

Example

CTEST=IARU Reg.I UHF Contest
VERBM=2
NSLSH=0
EPATH=err
CATEG=*;SINGLE;Single;single;so;SO
CATEG=*;MULTI;Multi;multi;MO;mono;

LP_0144=100
LP_0432=0
% LPBC_0144_1=100
% QRP_0144=20
% QRPBC_0144_1=20
% FPOWER=0
STRLP=0

RL_0050=5
RL_0070=5
RL_0144=5
RL_0432=3
RL_1300=2
RL_2300=2
RL_3400=2
RL_5700=2
RL_G10=2
RL_G24=2
RL_G47=2
RL_G76=2
RL_G122=2
RL_G134=2
RL_G248=2 

TOP=10
CWONLY=0
QSOP=1
WWLMULT=0
PENBOTH=1
CHECKNR=1

CPATH=check
LPATH=log

DW_DB=tucnakdw
CTYDB=cty.dat
FW_DB=force.wwl
BC_DB=calls.bad

CTEST

Name of contest

VERB

VERBose Mode

  • 0 - quiet (errors, some warns)
  • 1 - verbose (all basic msgs)
  • 2 - more verbose (save repairs)
  • 3 - extremly verbose (Search for other referencies of repairs)

NSLSH

Ignore slash suffixes (/P, /QRP, /3, ...) in all calls

EPATH

Path to export all result files

CATEG

Category description in format:

pband;psect1,psect2,...;name

Pband is in same form as PBAND intem in EDI file or * for all bands.

Example for OK contests

CATEG=*;SINGLE;Single
CATEG=*;MULTI;Multi

Example for YU Tesla Memorijal

CATEG=*;B;[B] 144MHz do 5W
CATEG=*;C;[C] 144MHz do 50W
CATEG=*;D;[D] 144MHz preko 50W
CATEG=*;E;[E] 144MHz jedan op.
CATEG=*;F;[F] 144MHz FM
CATEG=*;G;[G] vise op. 432
CATEG=*;H;[H] jedan op. 432
CATEG=*;I;[I] 1,3GHz + SHF
...

LP

Power limits for LP category. Default values are 0 (unused). Typically set 100 for 2m band for OK 100W category:

LPBC

Same as LP but limit is set only for one category on band. Allows f.e. to have only single category divided by power

QRP

Same as LP for QRP category.

QRPBC

Same as LPBC for QRP category.

STRLP

Strictly add do HP category only calls with power > limit. Default is 0 = on HP are all stations. Also for QRP limit.

FPOWER

Turn on the French "politically correct" power

PHASE

Start time of second contest phase (PHASE=1200 for OK Christmas Contest)

RL

Limit of stations without checklog to be accepted. Calls from unique locator are accepted always. But when more calls are active from one locator and we have no (check)logs, we can't determine if both calls were active or some call is receive error. So for example when set to 2 then combination call-wwl must be in logs third-times to accept. Otherwise it's taken as error.

TOP

Set to 10 for TOP10 QSOs in results. Or set other number you want.

CWONLY

When set, non-CW QSOs are allowed but have 0 points.

QSOP

QSO points calculation method:

  • 1 - standard IARU trunc(QRB+1)
  • 4 - WWL ring for OK activity contest

WWLMULT

Large WWL multiplier

  • 0 - off
  • 1 - on
  • 2 - on, own locator is included also when not worked

PENBOTH

Penalize both sides (IARU rules since 2012)

CHECKNR

Check QSO numbers (1 for standard IARU contests)


CPATH

Path to .EDI files where PSECT -> Check will be forced. Place check logs here.

LPATH

Path to .EDI files. Place logs to this directory

DW_DB

Specifies tucnakdw file. Tucnakdw contains information about valid wwls for dxccs.

CTYDB

Country database file

FW_DB

Database with WWLs and Calls which will be forced. This can also override WWL from LOG

Format of file is f.e.

OK2M JN69UN
DR5A JO30EM

BC_DB

Database with Bad Call -> Correct Call which will be forced. QSO with call from this DB will be marked as incorrect and the call will be corrected from the DB record.

DL14AWD DL1AWD
DL5XXXX Badcall
OK1OOOOOO Badcall
HG1Z10P HG1Z