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Logging Software- Who's using what?

Discussion in 'Logbooks & Logging Programs' started by KY5U, May 25, 2010.

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  1. KY5U

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    I wrote my own software for logging and wrote it so it could be slurped into a real program one day. What is everyone using these days?
  2. N8XE

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    I have been using N3FJP's ACLog for over 8 years now. Nice, simple, and it works. Rarely have I had an issue with it.

    Jason N8XE
  3. DJ1YFK

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    Working on a fully featured web based logger for a while now (with excessive usage of JavaScript etc.; nothing like the 1999-style implementations you see here and there :), but it's going to be some time before it's going public.

    In any case, I absolutely don't want to miss having my log stored in a proper database anymore. Not only because it scales well (with proper configuration and table indexing, a log with 1 million QSOs is as fast as one with 10 QSOs), it also allows to make some funky statistics by pretty simple queries, and there are backup solutions that are simple, proven and reliable.
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  4. KN4DS

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    Ham Radio Deluxe here.
  5. AJ4ZE

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    "AC Log Is The Best"

    I have used "AC Log" for many years as well. It's simple and very effective.

    Visit Scott's N3FJP web site at

    He also has specialized software for contests, State QSO parties and Field Day

    There is a great review of his software at

    I think you'll like his program.


    Dave, AJ4ZE
  6. AC0H

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    Windows side is DX Lab for general and DX logging, N1MM for contesting.
    I still have Win-EQF installed and updated as my "backup".
    *.nix side is CQRLog.
  7. WB2B

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    Used jLog. Now with cqrlog. Java was chaffing me too much.

    Integrates w/ hamlib and fldigi.
  8. NM8W

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    Was wondering if any of you are Mac users, and if so, what logging software you use, that also interfaces with LOTW. I've got my eye on MacLoggerDX, but it's not cheap... Granted, a lot is packed into it.

    Thoughts? Thanks in advance!
  9. AA6YQ

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    DXLab provides one-click synchronization with LotW, is free, and can be run on a Mac. See
  10. K3DCW

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    If you buy, you won't regret it. Remember, you can download it and use it for awhile to try it out to make sure it meets your needs.

    Other software to look at includes RUMlog, which incorporates LoTW and eQSL support as fact, better support than MLDX.

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