New version FLE WWFF logging

DF3CB, Bernd, announcing a new version of the popular WWFF/SOTA logging software FLE 2.9 (Aug 10,2017).

This logging software is perfectly creating the ADIF file that is ready to upload to the LogSearch database (including Park to Park QSO’s)



New features in the 2.9 version :

  • Integrated log upload to LoTW (ARRL Logbook of The World) using TQSL.
  • QSL Messages valid for the entire log can now be entered in the header section of the log (for eQSL etc.).
  • New digital modes FT8 and T10 added. All modes synchronized with the ADIF specification.

Download here : FLE 2.9

Logsearch Update – August 2017

The first update for August has just been released, featuring:

  • A number of new awards:
    • Next step in the GxFF awards for both Activators and Hunters (level 66)
    • Next step in the P2P award (level 396)
    • KOTA Belgium Day Award (actually released last week!)

    and some tweaking to the calculations for the KFF[States] award

  • Restrictions on applying for Awards so that you can only apply using your own callsign
  • On the DX Entities page, permit selection of GxFF, KFF and VKFF to show the appropriate subset of States/Territories
  • Some minor tweaks and fixes.

Update: a bug-fix in uploading logs with P2P


Any problems, or new feature requests, via the Help Desk Forum please.

YOFF 200+ award

YOFF issued a special award for all activators who made 200 QSOs or more from different references around the world. To get this award you need to work  200+ QSO from minimum 10 different references. Upgrade for every 10. Each level has a different design!

Yesterday I received a nice request for a YOFF 200+ award

It come from SP9YFF team

You can see in right side

Congratulation for this “big step”

How can you know that you fulfilled the conditions for this award?

In Logsearch, click on the “Activator” box. In the new window click on the  “References” box. Here you see all information about your QSOs submitted in Logsearch as ACTIVATOR. In QSOs box you can see 2 blue arrows. If you click on one of them the list will be sorted. In this way you will have a list started from upper to lower QSOs number and you can easy take it for awards request. With this information you can select how many “2 green ticks” you have. Make a list with copy /paste and sent to me for what level you apply.

In the last right column you can see some ticks! What it means? 

“The 2 green ticks indicate that you have had 200 or more QSOs from that particular reference, thereby qualifying for the YOFF Activator Award which is issued by Romanian (YOFF) National program. Details of that award can be found at YOFF +200 award 
The single green tick indicates that you have made 44 or more but less than 200 QSOs from the reference area, thus qualifying for the WWFF global activator awards.
What about a red cross? This indicates that you have not obtained 44 QSOs from that particular reference.”
Tnx VK5PAS for this information!
 After 1st August 2017 a new line of awards are issued by YOFF
Good luck!

Did you know ? #01 Reference Statistics

Did you know you can check the statistics (first activation date, last activation date, amount of QSO’s made etc) for every WWFF reference ?

You can check this in two different ways :

  1. Go to the WWFF MAP page  (Directory > WWFFMAPS) , select the country you like to see, click in the pop-up box on “Activations, QSOs”

2. Go to the STATISTICS page (Directory > STATISTICS). Here you can fine tune by selecting country and eventually the year.


Asking for your assistance

Hello to all National co-ordinators and Contintental representatives,

When adding new references to the on-line WWFF Directory, could you please also take the time to add the latitude and longitude of the reference you are adding.

The reason for this request is that Alena OK2APY is doing some magnificent work behind the scenes with mapping WWFF references.  However for Alena to complete her mapping work, the latitude and longitude of the reference is required.

By National co-ordinators and Contintental reps doing this little piece of extra research when data entering, a lot of extra work by Alena herself, is removed.

New references will no longer be approved until the latitude and longitude information has been provided.

The WWFF mapping project can be viewed at…..

Thankyou very much in anticipation.

73 and ’44’,


Logsearch Update – July 2017

The first update for July has just been released, featuring:

  • A number of new awards:
    • Next step in the GxFF awards for both Activators and Hunters (level 55)
    • Next step in the OHFF awards for both Activators and Hunters (level 100)
  • Support for all amateur bands (some, mostly microwave, bands were not previously supported).
  • Tweaks to the required WordPress privilege-levels for the Logsearch capabilities.
  • Some minor tweaks and fixes.


Any problems, or new feature requests, via the Help Desk Forum please.

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