I’m planning on operating in the field during the Winter Field Day this weekend.
I didn’t want to have to take my laptop computer just to be able to log with N1MM which creates the required Cabrillo format for submitting logs after the event. HAMRS doesn’t have the ability to generate Cabrillo files.
As a test, I created a sample WFD log in HAMRS using its Winter Field Day template. I exported that log as an ADIF file and then imported it into N1MM after creating a new empty WFD log in that program. I then used N1MM’s command to generate a Cabrillo version of that log.
It created the Cabrillo file perfectly. No modification of the HAMRS ADIF file was necessary.
Just to be sure that the Cabrillo file was complete, I created another sample WFD file using only N1MM. The information and format of the Cabrillo file generated from the N1MM log matched the HAMRS generated file exactly.
I can now leave the laptop at home and log on the iPad or iPhone.