Must be the first line of the log submission. The current version-number is 3.0.
Must be the last line of the log submission.
The callsign used during the contest.
CERTIFICATE: YES | NO
Inidicate whether or not you wish to receive, if eligble, a paper certificate sent via postal mail by the contest sponsor. The contest sponsor may or may not honor this tag, and if so may or may not use opt-in or opt-out as the default.
The claimed-score of the log submission, in integer form such as 1217315 or 19113 or 12.
Name of the radio club with which the score should be aggregated.
Name and version of the logging program used to create the Cabrillo file.
A place to put an email address, if desired. This field will be ignored by ARRL and CQ email robots, which determine the email address from the headers of the inbound message.
Name and address. A maximum of four ADDRESS: lines is permitted.
OPERATORS: callsign1 [callsign2 callsign3...]
A space-delimited list of operator callsign(s). You may also list the callsign of the host station by placing an "@" character in front of the callsign within the operator list, such as
OFFTIME: begin-time end-time
This tag is used to indicate off-time.
OFFTIME: 2002-03-22 0300 2002-03-22 0743 yyyy-mm-dd nnnn yyyy-mm-dd nnnn -----begin----- ------end------About on-time and off-time:
QSOs in Cabrillo are logged with a granularity of one minute. The use of one second granularity would lead to the question "during which exact second did the QSO take place?" or the even stranger idea that QSOs take place instantaneously.
The ARRL has taken the very sensible interpretation that on-time and off-time also should be considered with a granularity of one minute. In other words, during any given minute you can either be on or off. Therefore 1801Z-1830Z would be a 30 minute off-time, with 1800Z being your last minute on before the break and 1831Z being the minute you resume operation.
If you make a QSO at 1800Z, take a break, and resume operating at 1830Z, then you have completed a 29 minute off-time.
QSO data as specified by the Cabrillo QSO data format. All QSO lines must appear in chronological order.
The DEBUG: tag is intended for software developers. If an ARRL or CQ email robot receives a log with the DEBUG: tag set, then it will do all its regular processing and generate an auto-reply message, but it will not save the log into data set provided to the log checking team.