This web application will read in a ham radio ADIF file produced by many logging programs and map contacts on a Google map.
This simple tool converts also the log file into a KML file that can be easily downloaded and imported into Google Earth for a tridimensional view of your QSOs.
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About ADIF to Map Amateur Ham Radio Contacts by K2DSL
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that is about Ham Radio and Contest Log Analysis.
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