- Dec 21, 2006I have a logging program question for the group...a little off topic but
related. I am using the full DX Atlas suite of software and like the way it
works but want to add a DX logging package to my station that will keep up
with all DX contacts as an electronic log book of sorts. I need it to track
worked and confirmed countries, states, zones, continents etc...for the
awards programs. I don't want to duplicate functionality that already
exists within the DX Atlas suite for fear of decreasing it's functionality.
What is recommended? I do much more DXing than contesting. I have picked
up WriteLog for any contesting endeavors but plan to run it on my Laptop
from where ever I may be working a contest. I can run two PC's networked if
necessary but would like to run just one with maybe two displays with DX
Atlas on one and the logging program on the other.
Just brainstorming right now before I make a purchase decision on another
I'm running two Yaesu transceivers with plans for one on SSB/CW and the
other dedicated to RTTY/PSK/Faros. I also have a rotor control box with a
computer interface to use once I get the tower up. I'm using MMTTY and
Digipan. I have one PC that's 1.2 Ghz AMD and another that is a 400 Mhz
Pentium. I have two flat panel displays and broadband connectivity to one
of the PC's.
Just need to figure out the best way to tie it all together.
Any suggestions please respond to me direct....
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