MacLoggerDX v5.0 for Cocoa Beta Launched 24 - January - 2009Posted by k9zw in Amateur Radio, K9ZW, K9ZW Recommends.
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Don Agro, VE3VRW has completed his rewrite of MacLoggerDX for Apple’s OS-X systems in the Cocoa environment.
Link to MacLoggerDX v5.0 Beta for Cocoa:
The new features of this version are:
100% Cocoa – Complete rewrite.
SQLite data base:
Unlimited log size.
Shared access to microHAM keyer ports.
Serial Ports recover from sleep.
All internal databases can be updated over the Internet.
Exports ADIF, Imports ADIF and MacLoggerDX v3.5+ Logs.
Map Full Screen Mode.
Can automatically check for software update at startup.
Expanded DX Alarms capability.
Contest mode data entry.
The Swiss Army Knife of Amateur Radio !
MacLoggerDX logs into your favorite Telnet or TNC DXCluster and as DX Spots are received, tunes your radio to the spot, looks up the call and displays the DX station on the real time grey line Map with distance and bearing from your station.
If you decide to work the station, MacLoggerDX is ready to instantly add the QSO and your Radio’s VFO information to your log and can swing your beam around to work the station Direct or Long Path.MacLoggerDX supports ADIF Import/Export which is fully compatible with eQSL.cc and the ARRL LoTW.