I got DX4WIN.
I even got a 10% club discount check mailed to me a couple of weeks after
Dayton (I guess he figured out I was an FRC member somehow) which I was
very impressed with. After all, he had my money already and I didn't even
know there was a club discount. this is the kind of company I like to do
It lets you create multiple logs.
Works with Win95 so all com ports work with it. For example, My PK232 is
on COM4 and I can run rtty, packet and control my TS940 all at the same
time while downloading my Internet email!
It's somewhat customizable, has a rudimentary "contest mode" so that for
casual efforts it's just fine.
"It's a good thing" and highly recommended.
Bob N5NJ, V26RN
Robert E. Naumann
ex KR2J, W6V
Plano, TX USA
> From: email@example.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
> Subject: RE: [CQ-Contest] DXBase 97 -- Getting Even Better!...or worse?
> Well, DXBase already has some of the most inconvenient, restrictive copy
> protection around, so I aint buyin' that argument.
> I'm sure they would have wanted $15 or $25 to issue a new 4.5 registered
> my new call, K3MM vs my old one KF3P. Forget it!
> ...and how about when I use my other callsigns, such as V2? Can I create
> new fully functional unrestricted log for that callsign without yet
> copy of DXbase? ...I dont think so.
> 73, Tyler K3MM
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