[amsat-bb] Re: Log Book Recommendations
ddann at sbcglobal.net
Fri Nov 12 04:43:14 PST 2010
I use VQLog by EA6VQ. You can find it here
http://www.vhfdx.info/vqlog.html. It is very satellite friendly. It
will even list individual sat names and the modes. Tracks grids with a
map or tables. And like most logbooks it will track awards. Very
On 11/10/2010 3:09 PM, Jeremy Kiehner wrote:
> Hi all,
> Playing with some log book software I found online through DXZone and other
> sources. Nothing so far seems to be geared, or even suited to satellite
> work, meaning; They all have one frequency field, few have satellite as a
> propagation, few track grids and states worked, etc.
> What I'm hoping to find is a log book that's Satellite and Earth-Earth
> friendly that'll track VUCC, WAS, and misc other awards (even if I must add
> them and parameters myself) and that'll allow me a Tx and Rx frequency field
> along with Satellite prop and which bird worked and integration with LotW
> and eQSL would be nice. (I know, I may be asking a bit much H-I)
> Google is a bit over whelming and time consuming to sift through, download,
> trial, and ultimately uninstall each piece of software I find.
> So what do you all use? I'm open to suggestions as I'm sure this may help
> others who are curious.
> 73 de KB3DLP / FM19rw
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