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Ham Radio Logbook and logsheets
- Amateur Radio Station Log Sheet in A4 Format
- A free to download and print, log sheet in A4 paper format for amateur radio stations
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- Amateur Radio Station Log Sheet in US Letter Format
- A free to download and print, amateur radio station log sheet in a paper US letter format
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- Contest Log Sheet in A4 Format
- An amateur radio contest log sheet printable in A4 format, useful for portable operations, free to download PDF File.
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- Contest Log Sheet in US Letter Format
- An ham radio contest log sheet in a PDF US letter printable format, can be used for portable operations, free to print and download.
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- Keeping a Station Log Book
- The reasons for logging your amateur activity fall into three categories: legal, operational and personal. Legally, a log of your transmissions would be invaluable in proving your innocence in an interference complaint. Operationally, having a log of past contacts is a resource when filling out that DX QSL card that may have taken months to arrive
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- Log Sheet for Portable Operations
- A free to download and print, paper log sheet useful for portable amateur radio operations, in a PDF file.
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- Printable Log sheet for SWL
- A free to download and print, paper log sheet for shortwave listerners in PDF format.
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- Printable SWL QSL log template
- Free printable template for QSL log reports. Mainly for shortwave listening. Pdf file by Mike Chambers
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