Free Windows Amateur Radio logging program written by Bob Furzer, K4CY the author of Zakanaka. Logger32 runs under all Windows versions. Logger32 has been developed to be a highly user configurable general purpose Amateur Radio logbook with computer control support for many radios and antenna rotators.
DXKeeper is a free application that logs QSOs, tracks award status, generates QSL cards & labels, addresses envelopes, uploads QSOs to eQSL.cc and LotW, and downloads progress info from eQSL.cc and LotW. It can reference the RAC, Hamcall, and QRZ callbooks as well as the QRZ.com web site to fill in data when logging, or to update already-logged QSOs. DXKeeper automatically interoperates with all members of the freeware DXLab Suite, including Commander (transceiver control and bandspread for Alinco, Elecraft, FlexRadio, Icom, Kachina, Kenwood, TenTec, Yaesu), DXView (world map, rotator control), WinWarbler (PSK, RTTY, CW, Phone) and SpotCollector (DX and WWV spots). It also interoperates with MMTTY, MMVARI, MMSSTV, MultiPSK, MixW, DX Atlas, and Ham Radio Deluxe.
SWISSLOG is a Freeware powerfull Logprogram for the sophisticated Ham. Due to its flexibility it covers all requirements. Run under Windows and support external devices, dx cluster, reporting and many features.
BBLogger, is a Free windows Logging software to fully manage you Amateur or Short Wave Listener Radio Station. Offer several fatures including Rig control, Cluster interface, mapping features, Awards and DXCC management, LoTW, Label printing, QRZ lookup and more by IK2VIW and IK2UVR
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You can also list DXLab Suite at http://www.dxlabsuite.com/
it is very complete and free.
Thanks for suggestion, but DXKeeper is part of DXLabSuite, and therefore is alredy listed on this article.
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?
Can anyone recommend a logging program that also keeps the QSL card images?
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.
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