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What software are you using for logging?


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What software are you currently using for logging?  

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  1. 1. What software package are you currently using?

    • DXLab/DXKeeper
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    • ACLog
      0
    • Log4OM
      1
    • Ham Radio Deluxe
      2
    • Something else
      2
  2. 2. Would you like to be available to help someone setting up or using the same package?

    • Yes
      5
    • No
      2


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We're interested in learning what logging software packages are in use in the club and who would like to be available to help with setup and/or questions on that software. If you are using some other package, please respond to this post with the name. Also, please respond with your name and the package name if you would like to volunteer to help others wanting to use the same package.

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ELMER

I use the N1MM, but I am unfortunately not familiar enough with it to be of assistance. 

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8 hours ago, K4FBI said:

I use Aether http://aetherlog.com/ for maintaining a basic station contacts log on my Macbook.  Win4K3Suite (which interfaces nicely with N1MM and other programs) https://va2fsq.com/ is useful for centralized base operations (including leveraging an SDRPlay RSP as a panadapter).

Hi Mike. Do you know if the programs play nice with Catalina (MacOS 10.15)?

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Hi Jim,  Apologies for the delay...I just noted your query.  RE: OSX Catalina compatibility, I run Aether on my Macbook with 10.15.1 with no problems observed.  Aether is an easy to use, and nice looking, MAC OS logging program.  I run Win4K3Suite on Intel NUC running Windows 10 at my shack, so I have not tried it on MAC OS but it is a great program and gives me the luxury of two distinct panadapters (in concert with my P3) with the K3s.  I leverage an SDRplay RSP for a broad look at the band (with nice ClubLog-fueled annotations on display) while my P3 provides a narrower look at any signal of interest and adjacent activity.  I'll try to make some time to take a short video of my shack to illustrate how I use the equipment with the bare bones wire antenna I have here.

73, Mike

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I'm using an ARRL, spiral bound log book. It's pretty soft. Don't think they were ever available in hard cover.

Actually, a few years ago I wrote a logging program in VBA that worked with a SQL Server back end. As soon as a call was entered, the station's QTH info was displayed, along with a series of any prior contacts with that station. Somewhere along the line, I seem to have deleted it. One of these days, I'll rewrite it. Sounds like a nice New Year's Resolution that will, shortly, go the way of most New Year's Resolutions.

Happy New Year.

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