is a windows program for using the chip cards system SPORTident®
of the AES Arnstadt company and allows time keeping and evaluation of ARDF competitions. A detailed description
ARDF-FjwW - a screenshot
FjwW was used many times directly at ARDF World- and Region1/2/3-Championships 1997, 2002, 2005, 2006, 2008...2014, 2016
and served for post-evaluations of other WCs and ECs. In Sept. 2014 ARDF-FjwW was used at the
17th ARDF World Championships in Kazakhstan
and e.g. on the
Region2 Championships in USA 2011
Region3 Championships in Australia 2011
FjwW support languages English, German, French, Dutch, Czech, Polish and Russian.
|The program was successfully used many times at German ARDF competitions as well as in 23 countries: Australia, Belgium, Bosnia/Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Rep., Finland, France, Great Britain, Hungary, Korea, Lithuania, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden, Ukraine and USA.
FjwW offers a comfortable display of the current results at any moment during the competition with the Internet Browser on an unlimited number of computers. Here you can see an example
||Beginning with version 8.3 FjwW is unicode and thus able to use all possible international character sets, such as Cyrillic, Arabic, Korean, East- and North-European special characters and so on (screenshot of Dutch language version at the left side).
The ARDF-FjwW software isn't freeware and can be obtained from the author
The last version of FjwW, delivered to registered users, is V17.11 (22.214.171.124)
If versions didn't get to registered users, please inform the author
This version has the following new features
. Here in details
The 'Name Lists' are splitted into three files for German (3804+428 entries) and international (4810 entries)
participants of ARDF competitions and in IARU-R1 nominated international referees (53 entries).
Lists also contain stolen, lost and rental SPORTident chips that exist in Germany.
The categories of competitors in the lists are up to date for 2018.
The 'Name Lists' enables a faster registration of all participants in FjwW, especially when competitors use their own SPORTident chip.
Meanwhile, unfortunately, outdated:
DF1AAA, DO1FOX, DL3YDL made a short instruction that shows the handling of the SPORTident stations and FjwW at ARDF contests. Sorry, only in German.
The Ergebnis-Daten-Austausch-Datei (result-data-exchange-file) format is used for passing the ARDF competition results to a third party.
Further informations on SPORTident®
of company AES Arnstadt at
Here currently being built up
a service for ARDF-FjwW-User
: Hundreds of German and international ARDF competitions in EDAD format (see above) for usage in FjwW or in other programs which are able to import EDAD.
|Year ||International Championships ||German Championships ||Diverse German|
||NC NED/BEL, WCup BUL, WC BUL
||DM-FO, RLL 2-3, DM Saarland
||GER Districts 2016
||NC NED/BEL, EuroCup BUL, EC CZE
||RLL 1-3, DM Brandenburg, DM-FO
||GER Districts 2015
||NC NED/BEL, EuroCup BUL, EYAC BUL, WC KAZ
||RLL 1-3, DM Baden, DM-FO
||GER Districts 2014
||NC NED/BEL, 4day BUL, EYAC CZE, EC POL
||RLL 1-3, DM Saxonia, DM-FO
||GER Districts 2013
||NC NED, 4day BUL, WC SRB
||RLL 1-3, DM Würtemberg, DM-FO
||GER Districts 2012
||NC NED, EYAC BUL, EC ROM, R2 USA, R3 AUS
||RLL 1-3, DM Thür./Franken, DM-FO
||GER Districts 2011
||POL, BEL, NC NED, WC CRO
||RLL 1-3, DM Hessen, DM-FO Franken
||GER Districts 2010
||POL, CZE, ROM, NC NED, NC SWE, EC BUL
||RLL 1-3, DM Würtembg, DM-FO Bayern/O
||GER Districts 2009
||NC FRA, NC NED, WC KOR
||RLL 1-3, DM Thüringen, DM-FO Haltern
||GER Districts 2008
||EYAC GER, NC NED, EC POL
||RLL 1-3, DM Franken, DM-FO Erfurt
||GER Districts 2007
||EYAC POL, NC NED, WC BUL
||RLL 1-3, DM Schwaben, DM-FO Neubr.bg
||GER Districts 2006
||RLL 1-3, DM Sauerland, DM-FO Potsdam
||GER Districts 2005
||RLL 1-3, DM Saarland, DM-FO Herdecke
||GER Districts 2004
||EYAC GER, EC POL
||RLL 1-3, DM Bastheim
||GER Districts 2003
||RLL 1-3, DM Thale
||GER Districts 2002
||RLL 1-3, DM Passau
WC - World Championships, EC - European Championships, EYAC - European Young ARDF Championships
NC - National Championships, DM - German Championships, RLL - German DARC-Ranking Competition, FO - FoxOring
R2 - Region 2 (America) Championships, R3 - Region 3 (Asia,Australia) Championships