What logging system do you use?

Discussion in 'Survey Center' started by KJ7ISA, Dec 10, 2019.


What logging system do you use? (Select all that apply)

  1. QRZ Logbook

  2. ARRL Logbook of the World (LOTW)

  3. Hand-Written Logbook

  4. I do not use a logbook

  5. N3FJP

  6. Ham Radio Deluxe (HRD)

Multiple votes are allowed.
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  1. N3EG

    N3EG Ham Member QRZ Page

    Where is N1MM?
    Where is "other" ?
    Where is "this is a dumb survey" ???
  2. G8FXC

    G8FXC XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    I use Log4OM V2 - which is not one of the options for this survey. I would use LOTW, but the ARRL makes it so difficult for non-US stations to register that I have simply not got round to it yet...

    Martin (G8FXC)
    K1XH likes this.
  3. N3IOE

    N3IOE XML Subscriber QRZ Page

  4. W4ZNG

    W4ZNG XML Subscriber QRZ Page

    With a new year, a new QTH, and the old paper log book running out of pages, I've just gone over to a text file I keep on the computer's desktop. Same format as the paper log, but at least it'll be easily searchable now.
  5. K0UO

    K0UO Platinum Subscriber Platinum Subscriber QRZ Page

    QRZ free
    It's web-enabled and you can convert the logs anytime you want to others
    I'm going to look to call up every time on QRZ anyway so why not just log it using qrz
    And I have it on any device that has internet
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  6. K1XH

    K1XH Ham Member QRZ Page

    Log4OM v2
  7. N4CVX

    N4CVX Ham Member QRZ Page

    I still have a couple more pads of the big logbook pages given away by Svetlana at Dayton, years ago. I bought some tubes from them and they gave me a stack of pads already 3-hole punched. I've used 7 or them up. Also I log QSO's to the QRZ logbook sometimes too. Generally I always send a paper QSL card with an SASE for my USA QSO's. I don't do contests of DX-peditions so don't have to worry about those QSLs. I still have a huge box of my VP2EHF QSL cards which were answered by my QSL manager at that time.

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