Free windows program that download data from LoTW and modify an ADIF file exported from Logger32.
This utility downloads data from LoTW and save data in the correct format required by Logger32.
This program can be used instead of original ARRL scraper.exe tool.
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About LoTW to Logger32 Credits
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