Supported ADIF Fields

The FT2000RC Log Book supports the following ADIF fields and can read and store them:

ADIF Field Description
STATION_CALLSIGN The logging station's callsign. This call sign is taken from the Settings > General. It may not be empty.
QSO_DATE QSO Date
TIME_ON QSO Time in UTC; can be HHMM or HHMMSS
CALL The contacted station's callsign
BAND 160, 80m, ... 6m
MODE All ADIF specification modes
BAND_RX In a split frequency QSO, the logging station's receiving band
FREQ Frequency in Megahertz; taken from the transceiver if online
FREQ_RX In a split frequency QSO, the logging station's receiving frequency in Megahertz; taken from the transceiver if online
PROP_MODE QSO propagation mode. See table below.
SAT_NAME Name of satellite
RST_SENT Signal report sent to the contacted station
STX Contest QSO transmitted serial number
RST_RCVD Signal report from the contacted station
SRX Contest QSO received serial number
COMMENT Comment for the QSO
CONTACTED_OP The callsign of the individual operating the contacted station
NAME The contacted station's operator's name
QTH The contacted station's operator's city
GRIDSQUARE The contacted station's operator's Maidenhead grid square
DXCC The contacted station's ARRL DXCC Country Code
CONT The contacted station's Continent (NA, SA, EU , AF, OC, AS, AN)
CQZ The contacted station's CQ Zone
STATE US state
QSL_VIA The contacted station's QSL route
QSL_SENT QSL sent status (Y - yes, N - no, R - requested, Q - queued, I - ignore or invalid)
QSLSDATE QSL sent date
QSL_RCVD QSL received status (Y - yes, N - no, R - requested, Q - queued, I - ignore or invalid)
QSLRDATE QSL received date
LOTW_QSL_SENT ARRL Logbook of the World QSL sent status (Y - yes, N - no, R - requested, Q - queued, I - ignore or invalid)
LOTW_QSL_RCVD ARRL Logbook of the World QSL received status (Y - yes, N - no, R - requested, Q - queued, I - ignore or invalid)
CONTEST_ID Contest Identifier
IOTA The contacted station's IOTA designator, in format CC-XXX

Propagation Modes

Enumeration Description
AUR Aurora
AUE Aurora-E
BS Back scatter
ECH EchoLink
EME Earth-Moon-Earth
ES Sporadic E
FAI Field Aligned Irregularities
F2 F2 Reflection
INTERNET Internet-assisted
ION Ionoscatter
IRL IRLP
MS Meteor scatter
RPT Terrestrial or atmospheric repeater or transponder
RS Rain scatter
SAT Satellite
TEP Trans-equatorial
TR Tropospheric ducting

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