Country files update

Here is another major country files update including bug fix of portable calls in Argentina, Chubut (LU/W), a huge update of GB, TO, TX, UE, US posessions and Antarctic stations and an updated list of ambiguous prefixes. Users with automated updates do not need to download this archive separately, it is intended for users performing all updates manually.

CQRLOG 1.5.4 released!

This is only bug fix release. I added MASTER.SCP file. If you already have installed version 1.5.3, please follow how-to from CX1FK posted here: http://www.cqrlog.com/node/890
 
Updated 2013-02-25 05:20 UTC - all files are available in download section. Packages for Precise Quantal are in my personal repo on Launchpad (how to add my ppa is described in download section).
 

CQRLOG 1.5.3 released!

This is the first release after I moved from Ubuntu to Kubuntu. KDE works very well and I'm happy with it. Packages are uploaded to Launchpad, building 64bit version starts in next 4 hours, 32bit version in about 20 minutes. Please be patient. Changelog and more detail in download section.

Z60K - Kosovo (provisional - pending news from ARRL)

The Z6 prefix is temporarily marked as a (no DXCC credit!) entity in CQRLog in order to allow DXCC info box to function correctly. Unfortunately, it does not appear in the band map which does need to resolve a valid DXCC entity with its own ADIF number (a fix is in process). Approval for the Z60K operation will come from ARRL alone, an update of the country files set will follow immediately.

Niue changes prefix from ZK2 to E6

On 2012, August 3, the ITU updated its Table of International Call Sign Series to reflect a call sign change for Niue Island. The island will now have the entire E6 prefix block. Niue, an island approximately 1700 miles northeast of New Zealand, is a self-governing island nation that has been in free association with New Zealand since 1974.

Prior to the change, the island used ZK2. Niue, which is about 1.5 times the size of Washington, DC, has a population of almost 600 people.

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