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Logger32
A general purpose logging program
written by
Bob Furzer K4CY
presented by
Bill Scholey VE7QC

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A Quick Peek
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Disclaimer
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Major Features
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Free No Cost Nada


Highly Configurable
Built-in Country, IOTA and County Databases
Beam Headings, Local time & Ham Cap add on
QSL & Award Tracking
Supports both LoTW and eQSL Syncronization
Cluster, Radio, Rotor, Antenna, DVK & CW Keyer
Callsign Lookup with Add ons or CDROM
Atomic clock sync
Digital Modes, SO2R & more

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System Requirements
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A Windows 32 bit OS

Windows 2000
Windows XP
Windows NT
Windows ME
Windows 95/98 should also work (no support)

Vista not supported workaround


Linux under WINE / VMWare mixed results
Min Pentium 166Mhz, 32 MB ram & 20MB disk
The larger the display the better

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QSO Entry
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Can be customized to suit Fields / Fonts / Colour

Able to carry forward info


from previous QSO's
ie Name, QTH, etc

Previously worked
calls shown as
entry typed
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Information Fields
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Click on a ? to provide more detail

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Call sign Lookup


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Radio Amateurs Callbook CD

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Similar data available using QRZ or Hamcall

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Contact Information
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Previous QSO's & Worked / Needed by Band

Location Sun Bearing Distance - Time

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Log Page
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All Fields Configurable Size,Position,Font,etc

Any ADIF field can be displayed


Sort by date, call, frequency, mode, etc
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Setup

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Choose how you would like your log displayed

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Cluster / Bandmaps
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I overlay this window


when I use digital modes

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Grayline Map
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There are a variety of map styles/projections


available

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IOTA Map

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Islands On The Air sponsor RSGB

Just click on the spot to find out the IOTA


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Satellite Tracking

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Example - ARISS Footprint and Path

Two line Keplerian elements are


easily downloaded from internet

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Digital Modes
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Supports Soundcard with MMVARI or MMTTY

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Digital Modes
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Window can be expanded for larger area

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Built In Data Terminal


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AX25,RTTY,CW,AMTOR,G-TOR,P-TOR,ASCII,L-TOR
Hardware such as Timewave, Kantronics,MFJ,etc

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Award Tracking
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Popular Awards Includes DXCC, CQ Zones,WAS,etc

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DX & IOTA Activity


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Real Time Info from 425DX-News & RSGB

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CW Keyer

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Serial or Parallel port and WinKey, MicroHam

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Digital Voice Keyer


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Native Logger32 Support


MicroHam
Radio DVK

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Antenna Rotors

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Most popular models (ie HyGain, EA4TX, Yeasu, etc)


Must be RS232 (Serial i/o)

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Antenna Selector
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Antenna selection by band/mode & radio

Also supports Amitron RCS-4


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Operating Aids
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Ham Cap Add-on

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Callsign will be propagated to Ham Cap automatically


from entry window
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Operating Aids
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NCDXF Beacons - www.ncdxf.org/beacons.html

Eighteen beacons Found at 14.100, 18.110, 21.150, 24.930, and 28.200MHz


Each beacon transmits callsign every 3 minutes at 22wpm CW
Four dashes 100w, 10w, 1w and 100mW
Can monitor single beacon (ie ZL6B) and QSY with radio control

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Operating Aids
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Print Logs & QSL Labels with Logprint Utility

Any other standalone utility program can be invoked


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Linking to CC User
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Telnet connection to CC User


Port 7300 by default

Logger32

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CC User

CC Cluster

Configuration - Ports/Logging Program


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Linking with HRD


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HRD connects to Radio with real serial I/O


HRD & Logger32 connect with virtual serial I/O

Radio via Serial I/F

Ham Radio Deluxe

Logger32

Works best with two monitors One for HRD


and one for Logger32
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N2AMG Add ons


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All available at www.n2amg.com

Hamcall Lookup from Buckmaster

Subscription needed ($58US/yr)


CDROM ($50US)

Subscription needed for XML version ($29.95US/yr)


Free lookup using HTTP version
CDROM ($30US)

Fldigi Gateway

QRZ Lookup from QRZ.com

Allows direct logging from Fldigi

DM780 Gateway

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Allows direct logging from DM780


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Logger32 Support
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Web Site
www.logger32.net
User Forum
http://groups.yahoo.com/hamlogger

On-line help

User Manual (pdf) 250 pages

Development and Beta Test Teams

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Sample Screenshots
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EA1AHC

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Sample Screenshots
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Sample Screenshots
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FM1HN

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Sample Screenshots
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G3VGR

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Sample Screenshots
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OE3EPW

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Sample Screenshots
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ON4VP

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Conditions of Use
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Authorization to use this software is limited to radio amateurs
who agree to strictly comply with the following operating
practices:
Always use your full callsign when calling another station
Never respond to calling operators who do not use full callsigns
Do not spell your name or QTH unless specifically asked to do so
Do not call the operator of the station you are in contact with 'Sir', 'Your Highness', 'Doctor', 'Monk' or any
other title (real or imaginary)
Do not end your transmissions with 'QSL', 'Roger', 'Over', or 'Over Over'
Do not begin your transmissions with 'QSL', 'Roger', or 'Roger Roger'
Do not operate (or condone those that do) on DX list or DX net operations
Know the callsign of the station you are calling before you call
Do not operate on SSB with wider than 2.8 ~Khz bandwidth filters (or condone those that do)
Do not use external devices to unnecessarily distort the audio
Do not precede an exchange of signal reports with "Please copy ...," "When last heard...," or any other
superfluous colloquial phrase.

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