Discussion in 'Survey Center' started by KJ7ISA, Dec 10, 2019.
The only time I log at all is if I am working a contest. I use N1MM program for that purpose
For contesting I primarily use N1MM (or when guest operating whatever software they have set-up (WinTest/DXLog.net are the other common ones). For general logging it depends, when operating FT8 I just use the WSJT-X log and export the contacts out. I have a sidekar with my KX2 it supports logging digital contacts and can export to ADIF. So I have several sources of log files. I upload all to LoTW and ClubLog.
I use my iPad to log because my station has a small drop-down desk surface that doesn’t really accommodate a laptop. I’ve used the “73 Hamlog” app on my iPad, which is nice and has lots of tools. I’m using the Mircules HAM QuickLog. Both are very good and differ slightly, but the QuickLog allows for different user-created logs, whereas the “73 Hamlog” only allows for one. You can find them on the Apple App Store. I export the log in an ADIF file then upload to QRZ, eqsl, and LoTW.
I'm using my own home made webbased logging program , no bells and whistles.
XLog should be on the list. I keep a notebook in the truck for mobile contacts.
My log is using N3FJP . . . I then upload to LOTW for awards that I want to get for fun. I don't like the idea of qrz.com logging as I want my own data local to me. I might use N1MM+ for a contest but I transfer those contacts to N3FJP.
I log to a paper ARRL logbook, then transcribe into CQRLOG for uploading to LoTW (I run Linux Mint Xfce on an ancient Atom netbook).
N1MM for contests. Log4OM daily. Log4OM automatically logs to Eqsl, Clublog, and Lotw
I would vote, if N1MM+ was on the list.
HI QRZ FRIENDS,
THE REASON I HAVE CONTINUED TO USE THIS LOGGING PROGRAM OVER THE YEARS
IS DUE TO IT'S EXHAUSTIVE SEARCH FEATURE.
I DO TAKE A LOT OF NOTES PERTAINING TO MY QSOs.
THE PROGRAM ALLOWS YOU TO ENTER MANY NOTES.
I DO HAVE TO PAY AN ANNUAL MAINTENANCE/UPDATE
FEE TO KEEP IT UP TO DATE. IT IS WELL WORTH IT.
HAVE LOT OF FUN WITH HAM RADIO AND REMEMBER TO