The Cabrillo file format is laid out different than the ADIF file, but contains the same information. The Cabrillo file format is laid out so it is easier to visually read. It still has Header information and then multiple QSO records just like the ADIF file. This information was copied from the ARRL database information. The database contains multiple other mode templates not shown here. I only copied the CW template.
For more information, please see www.arrl.org web site: CW TEMPLATE
Single Op Low Power CW (Precedence “A”: 150 watts or less)
NAME: Hiram Maxim
ADDRESS: 225 Main St.
ADDRESS: Newington, CT 06111
QSO DATA TEMPLATE:
Guide:A B C D E F G H I J K L M N
QSO: 14000 CW 2009-11-07 2100 W1AW 1 M 38 CT K8MM 1 Q 92 MI
QSO: 14000 CW 2009-11-07 2101 W1AW 2 M 38 CT K3TX 1 A 59 EPA
QSO: 14000 CW 2009-11-07 2104 W1AW 3 M 38 CT W4DAN 1 A 77 TN
QSO: 14000 CW 2009-11-07 2106 W1AW 4 M 38 CT K1BG 2 U 68 WMA
QSO: 14000 CW 2009-11-07 2106 W1AW 5 M 38 CT K5AF 10 A 60 STX
A= Operating frequency. Use the following generic abbreviations:
B= Mode. In the CW Sweepstakes, use CW; in the Phone Sweepstakes, use PH.
C= Date, in YYYY-MM-DD format. November 7, 2009 is typed as 2009-11-07.
D= Time, in UTC format.
E= Your call.
F= Your QSO #.
G= Your precedence.
H= Your check (the last two numbers of the year you were first licensed).
I= Your ARRL Section
J= The call of the station you worked.
K= Their QSO number to you.
L= Their precedence.
M= Their check.
N = Their ARRL Section.