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Kim Elmore <[log in to unmask]>
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Kim Elmore <[log in to unmask]>
Mon, 16 Jul 2007 22:00:52 -0500
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I second the recommendation: I know N2IC, one of the developers for
N1MM. I also use MMTTY, MMSSTV, and MMVARI. All work well. There are
also some general logging programs out there, but nothing beats a
good, old-fashioned paper log for operator documentation. I actually
keep both a paper log and a software log in my shack, save for
contests, which is all computer.

Kim Elmore, N5OP

At 05:05 PM 7/16/2007, Peter Laws wrote:
>Kim Elmore wrote:
>>freeware logging programs out there that would work just fine. This
>>would also work with any sort of digital modes the club would like to
>May I heartily recommend:
>o N1MM Logger for contests (http://n1mm.com/).  Can use MMTTY as a plugin
>for RTTY contesting and I believe other programs for other digimodes.
>Buuffers for voice keying and CW keying, etc.  Price:  Free.
>o DXLab Suite for award tracking, etc (http://www.dxlabsuite.com/).
>Includes PSK31 software, DX cluster client.  Price: Free.
>o MMTTY for RTTY ragchew, DXing, and contesting
>(http://mmhamsoft.amateur-radio.ca/).  Price: Free.
>All require EvilEmpire XP as an OS, I'm afraid, but all are under active
>development and work well.
>Peter Laws / N5UWY
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