Welcome to Logger32
Welcome to Logger32, a 32-bit Amateur Radio logging program written by Bob Furzer, K4CY. Bob is also the author of Zakanaka, and a 16-bit version of Logger.
Logger32 runs under Windows 95/98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows NT and Windows XP
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. It is NOT a contesting log, although there is no real reason why it could not be used for such, and does not contain some features that might be found in software specifically designed for this activity.
This is the Full Version of Logger32 version 3.40.19
Logger32.hlp Version 3.32.0
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. It is NOT a contesting log, although there is no real reason why it could not be used for such use, and does not contain some features that might be found in software specifically designed for this activity. The functionality that it DOES provide includes:
· Compatible with early and current ADIF specifications
· Logbook Page Window and Previous QSOs Window can each have up to 47 columns, all user configurable, including IOTA, Grid squares, satellite names, ten-ten etc.
· Logbook, Previous QSO, and Worked/Confirmed windows can have the columns presented in any order
· Worked/Confirmed Table can display information in either of two ways
· Seven user-definable log entry page items
· Logs more than 1.5M QSOs
· All Country, County, and IOTA databases are fully editable
· Displays sunrise/sunset, short path distance, long and short path beam headings, and local time for the distant end
· Real time satellite tracking using Keps from a local file or collected from a favored web site
· User-definable worked/confirmed color scheme on incoming spots.
· User-selectable frequency display in KHz or MHz down to 1 Hz resolution.
· A facility to synchronize your computer’s clock to an atomic standard
· All windows fully re-sizeable and features to retrieve lost windows when screen resolution is modified.
· Supports multiple .INI files for different set-ups (normal, contest, etc.)
· Personalize you own bandplan
· Prefix statistics available on screen for up to 50 bands and 48 modes
· Previously worked callsigns automatically appear under the callsign entry window (Callsign preview)
· The Logbook, Previously Worked, Spots and Stats tables all have variable width columns
· Support for a parallel port antenna selector that can operate automatically with your bandplan
· Log page can be sorted on QSO#, Callsign, Prefix, Frequency, Band, Mode, CQZ, DXCC, Grid Square, IOTA, State, Continent, and ITUZ.
· Logs can be output in either ADIF, UQF, or CSV format.
· Supports both multiple user (One log for the family or Club station) and multiple logs (one for the main, one for contesting, etc.)
· User-selectable fields to copy from previous QSO details to a new logbook entry
· Functional information buttons in the Logbook Entry Window
· Export QSOs flagged for QSLing
· QSLs waiting to be sent are highlighted in the log.
· Send DX spots to a VHF cluster or Telnet
Three independent, simultaneous receive channels in PSK31, Waterfall or spectral signal display.
Selectable colors for receive and transmit windows (TX and RX windows).
Built-in macros for use with a selectable number of programmable “buttons”
Capture his callsign and his name with a click.
Operate RTTY (including 23 Hz.) using MMTTY module written by Mako Mori.
Calibrate the sound card timing
Operate split using audio tones or using radio control.
Save operating parameters in RTTY mode in a “Profile”
- Built in CW keyer (but NO decoder) with programmable buttons and a limited range of macros
- Support for automatic control of your antenna rotator
- Contest serial number counter – up to 999,999 contacts
- User-selectable highlighting for worked, confirmed, QSL send, QSL awaiting printing and general editing
- Single button compression and saving of backup log files
- Built in DVK (Digital Voice Keyer)
- Built in Data Terminal with programmable buttons and a range of macros
- Simple conversion utility (Deg. C -> F. etc.)
- Support for HamCap – a propagation prediction tool written by VE3ENA
With Logger32 the answer is probably “Yes”. Now what is the question?
© 2002-2010 Robert C. Furzer. All rights reserved.
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 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.
I took the time and effort to write the software. Many others have taken the time and effort to debug the software and write the documentation. At the very least, you can make the effort to comply with the terms of the use of this software. If you chose not to operate in accordance with the requirements listed above, please do not use this software.
In general, Logger32 is free for use in amateur radio, but is not licensed for reproduction on CDs or web sites other than those selected by Bob Furzer. Authorization to reproduce this software (on CD, Internet or any other form or media) is explicitly prohibited. Please don’t waste my time or yours by asking. The answer is ‘NO.’
Any questions or comments pertaining to Logger32 should be addressed to the Hamlogger Reflector ‘hamlogger@Yahoogroups.com’, and NOT to Bob Furzer directly.
The IOTA database is copyright of the RSGB, and is not part of the Logger32 release software. The IOTA and IOTA Island databases now included with Logger32 are sample databases derived from public (non-copyright) sources, from public domain (non-copyright) sources, and extensive contributions from individual amateurs. The validity and accuracy of the Logger32 databases are unknown and have not been validated with the RSGB. Individual users of Logger32 are free to modify the Logger32 IOTA databases as they see fit.