5 Free Amateur Radio Logbook Programs Worth a Try

A selection of five free ham radio logging programs, Logger 32, DXKeeper, Swisslog, Log4OM and BBLogger taken from the amateur radio logging software category.

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Free Windows Logbook programs

A selection of best free amateur radio general logbook programs for Windows taken from our huge list of ham radio logging software links category.

Related Ham Radio Software

If you are looking for more free ham radio logging software or open source ham radio logging software, you may have a look at the following links categories.

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  1. Wow. DX Zone, covers a lot of subjects. I’m just waking up from a prescription induced demencia of over 10 years. My hobby of Ham Radio has changed so significantly I dont know where to restart to get semi-active. There probably are thousands of licensed hams just like me who need help. What is your suggestion or recomendations?

    • DXKeeper keeps them from QSL tab->QSL Config button->eQSL tab-> click “Retain eQSL images”. If you are talking about for postcard QSLs, best bet is a MFD with an ADF and 2 sided scanning (About a $200 printer these days). Hit the scan button, and save with the callsign.

  2. Hi. Can anyone recommend a Simple NO Frills Logging program. I can’t even get to grips with QRZ.COM’s logging program. I must be a complete duffer!
    Thanks in advance!!
    73 Colin GW3WSU

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