Logging Software Options
There are various logging software options available when computer logging while operating the NC QSO Party. Here are some of the ones we know that support this contest by keeping it up to date and responding to user's requirements. If you know of any more, please let us know! The best way is to post to the NCQP reflector what you like to use and what you like about it. Or you can email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us about it.
Thanks! and see you in the next NCQP Marty / W4MY Chairman
N1MM From the Website: N1MM Logger is the world's most popular ham radio contest logging program. For CW, phone and digital modes, its combination of contest-optimized features is unmatched. The program can be used with Windows XP/Vista/Seven/Eight. It has been designed to run satisfactorily on a 1 GHz Pentium III with 512 MB of memory or more, depending on the operating system's requirements. Sample configurations are shown below:
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N3FJP From the Website: All of our software is free to try and fully functional! Please click the links above to browse through our software library, try our programs, put them through their paces and see what you think. We hope that you enjoy these programs, and if you find them useful, please tell a friend!
Writelog From the Website: WriteLog for Windows combines the convenience and ease of use of Windows with the performance and features required by the top contest operators. No other package matches WriteLog’s support for CW, Phone and RTTY contesting. Whether you are a casual contester who only makes a handful of QSOs, or one of the big gun multi-ops that demands full networking and spotting support, WriteLog has the score improving features you need.
Note: Don't be concerned if your version of these loggers does not have the current bonus stations. We do not use their software's claimed scores. Our Robot and log checkers take care of that.