[CQ-Contest] Software

Vince Walton rradiohham1 at earthlink.net
Fri Jan 10 17:39:02 EST 2003


I started out using CT some time ago, then used TR and NA, have been just
using Writelog now for the past couple of years now. And this is the only
one I use now. It is good for SSB, CW and RTTY contest. A great program for
windows, but it has a big learning curve. Don't think of installing
Writelog the week before a contest, it will take a little bit of time to
get it running, because all of the things that it can do. I am still
learning how to do some things, even after using it for some time now. By
the way, it will run on Win XP as well, with no problems.	

GL & 73
Vince, K6BIR 

> [Original Message]
> From: arholub <arholub at ix.netcom.com>
> To: Contesting Listserve <cq-contest at contesting.com>
 > Date: 1/10/03 4:45:14 PM
> Subject: [CQ-Contest] Software
> Have been using CT with a Windows 98 computer.  Have recently upgraded =
> to Windows XP and found that CT doesn't work.  Incidentally, have had to =
> revert to CT 9.71 because upgraded versions all had serious bugs with my =
> Yaesu FT-920 or other operating problems.
> What are the recommendations for  Windows contesting software?  I hear =
> that Writelog is good?  Any guidance would be appreciated.
> Thanks
> Doc
> The Vertical Guy
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