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Re: [TenTec] Logging Software

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Subject: Re: [TenTec] Logging Software
From: "Jim Brown K9YC" <k9yc@audiosystemsgroup.com>
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Date: Tue, 08 Jul 2008 09:50:59 -0700
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I've used the DXKeeper logger that is part of the FREEWARE DXLab 
suite for five years. I am VERY happy with it. It coexists with Ham 
Radio Deluxe, an excellent FREE radio control program. About 3 yrs 
ago, HRD added a logger, but since I was already in DXKeeper, I 
stuck with it. HRD also includes excellent programs that transmit 
and receive digital modes. 

DXKeeper can be set up to work with LOTW, so every week or so, or 
every month, you can upload your QSOs to LOTW and download your 
QSLs. DXKeeper also imports logs from contest loggers like Writelog 
and N1MM in ADIF format. I do that after every contest. 

DXKeeper has a rig control component (Commander, I think). I've 
never used it. DXKeeper is great for general logging, lousy for 


Jim K9YC

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