Below are some printable logbooks or logsheets which I made to use whilst operating portable, such as SOTA. They are available in PDF format, for you to print on to A4 paper. The portrait version includes three extra columns compared to the landscape version, which are band, mode and power. The landscape version however has a section at the top for band. Both have sections at the top for callsign, date and location. The final one is designed for contest work with columns for serials exchanged and the name column is omitted.
Printable Amateur Radio Logbooks – M0UKD – Amateur Radio Blog
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