Free logbook for PDA with Windows Mobile
I continue my closed thread here.
New version is available :
http://narod.ru/disk/535228001/_3.6_standart.rar.html - for 320x240
http://narod.ru/disk/536371001/_3.6_qvga.rar.html - for 640x480
Added CW-keyboard generator via audio output of your PDA.
Tested on VGA 800x480 - works too, no problems.
There is a minor bug on the exit of logbook, 'll correct it soon.
Main discussion forums :
You might want to think about porting this to IOS and/or Android; Windows Mobile is low and slow...
Originally Posted by RD3AJB
It runs very fast on my HTC HD2, Qualcom 1ghz snapdragon processor, that is far from slow!
So far this is the best log I have found for windows mobile 6.5, the only one that works correctly, all others seem to have been written well before even windows mobile 6 and best of all it's free!
It's good to see someone developing a decent log package for this platform. There are plenty smartphones out there runing windows mobile 6.5, and 7. Not everyone runs Android or Iphones so it's great to see someone supporting this platform
"Low (altitude) and slow (speed)" is a characterization of Microsoft's competitive position in the mobile space, not a characterization of applications running on WM7. They seem unlikely to recover.
Originally Posted by G8NSV
I refreshed files in those links, now it's a version 3.6.5
Added the button "Clear QSO" on the big keyboard screen (forgot to add it earlier, it's my fault).
Thanks G8NSV - Bob found a problem with import adif-files. I corrected this part and now it must suit the last specification of adif-format.
CW-generator now has 6 predefined buttons and 9 programmable (macros) in ini-file.
Try to make short texts - they will be placed more compact on the cw-screen.
To my mind it's better to click twice on QTH than to write your own macro with twice repeated QTH in it
EnzoLog run with windows mobile because is etirely web-based. Come to try!
Entirely web-based log is interesting thing ! But I think, it has quite another field than my logbook has... Imagine, that you have no internet ? Is it possible in Western Europe ? I don't know, but I know that in other parts of our Earth it's very easy to find such place Just run 15-20-30 kilometers away from the nearest GSM tower... And the bills for the phone after expedition - oh, no, it's better to buy something useful for the shack !
However you can import your ADIF after the dxpedition. I think in extreme case to use text log and i can make the translator from
Last news :
I made a new variation of this logbook - the logbook for hams with dull sight (sorry for my English). I enlarged all forms and controls to produce a logbook your eyes won't be tired work with. I hope than someone may find it useful :
The version 3.7 made by newer version of instrument. I hope it'll work on both vga and qvga screens :
Nevertheless this one was compiled for screens 320x240 :
Happy Ney Year !