Re: Logging programs

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From: K3GM (k3gm@home.com)
Date: Sun Jun 25 2000 - 18:24:39 EDT


George, I use TrLog. It does just about everything log wise, plus it will
run cw, control radios and rotors with the proper interfaces. Additionally,
it will interface with a voice board (brand fails me now) so you can load
voice exchanges just as you would cw. Trial version is free but only
contains a couple of contests (field day among them). I think the price is
60 bucks (I got mine at Dayton for 50). http://www.qth.com/tr/ for
downloads.

7 3,
Tom K3GM

----- Original Message -----
From: "osier" <osier@northnet.org>
To: "Low Power Amateur Radio Discussion" <qrp-l@Lehigh.EDU>
Sent: Sunday, June 25, 2000 5:00 PM
Subject: OT : Logging programs

> Hello All !!!!
>
> Looking for a good contest program !!! The reason being when I was a N/T
> on 10 meters I was making about 200 "Q"s which is not a big problem to
> score and log , now with my upgrade to General I hope to be making MANY
> more which might be a bit too much to handle alone !!! I work as a
> Single op , Single transmitter QRP , and since Im not a technical whizz
> something thats is easy to set up and master.
>
> Many thanks in advance !!!!!!
>
> 73s
>
> George , N2JNZ/QRP
> NORTHERN NEW YORK CONTEST CLUB
> S.O.C. # 153
>


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