[VHFcontesting] VHF Contesters Database

George Sintchak/WA2VNV wa2vnv at optonline.net
Thu Oct 8 11:09:37 PDT 2009

The W3KM VHF Logger program already does this, and more, if you use the 
vhf4k.adi data file. It will also (in most cases) give you the freq  bands , 
beam heading, reciprocal heading, distance, and operators name - depending 
what's in the data base file.  You can add/update the file. Of course, it 
also does the logging/duping for you. An excellent program I've been using 
for years now and it's free. Dave (W3KM) also does periodic updates, usually 
a few times a year before major contests. do a search on his call and you'll 
find it.
As usual, YMMV.

73's, George

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Dave NT9E" <nt9e at comcast.net>
To: <vhfcontesting at contesting.com>
Sent: Wednesday, October 07, 2009 4:19 PM
Subject: [VHFcontesting] VHF Contesters Database

So I do not have to re-invent the wheel, and the fact it may already be
in use, I am looking for a windoze app that when I plug in a call it
will return the other station's bearing from my 6 digit locator and give
me info on what bands the other station is capable of. The latter info
can be input by the user from previous contest qso's.

Dave NT9E

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