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(1) Minimize the size of the file (do not use.fff and.fcf extensions, use.adf only) and minimizes the number of characters in order to allow a larger content (but remember to use the same number of characters in all of the entries).
(2) Hide the following fields:
Start date of the QSO.
End date of the QSO.
Mode in which the QSO was made.
Log entry callsign (see QRZ.COM in order to obtain more information).
Log entry number (see QRZ.COM in order to obtain more information).
Frequency of the QSO.
The bandwidth in which the QSO was made.
The calling entity (see QRZ.COM in order to obtain more information).
Office of the entity calling.
Country in which the calling entity is located.
Timezone in which the calling entity is located.
Latitude of the QSO.
Longitude of the QSO.
Name of the entity carrying the transceiver.
Indicates whether or not the QSO was made by CW.
Indicates whether or not the QSO was made with help from a repeater.
Indicates the name of the station or the repeater in order to which the QSO was relayed (e.g. RR, PR, GC, LZ, RSP, etc).
Indicates the category of the QSO in order to differentiate between private, commercial and competition QSOs.
Indicates whether or not the QSO was made by an individual (SEMI, IARU, etc) or an entity (licensed amateur, etc).
Indicates the licensing body (FCC, IARU, etc).
Indicates the State in which the QSO was made.
Indicates the Country in which the QSO was made.
The Latitude of the calling
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Utility to convert and generate files from various log formats such as TRLogs, CT files, and EQF formats using a user-friendly and intuitive interface.
With the command-line utility you can perform all the operations without using the graphical interface.
Simply select the files you want to convert and specify the location where you would like the converted file to be saved.
After the conversion LogConv will ask if you would like to skip the conversion of damaged or unsupported files. You will also have the ability to use LogConv in batch processing mode.
Do not have to rely on a specific logging tool
Very simple and intuitive interface
The use of the command line allows you to perform all operations without using the graphical interface
Extract the QSO data from TRLog files, CT files and EQF files
Full compatibility with the reported source and / or destination formats
Maintain the order of QSO timestamps
Extend the QSO data by adding the country, state, or continent
Automatically fill the source and destination locations of the QSOs
Supports QSL cards and handshake
With TRLogConverter you can convert TRLogs files from TRLog for CW up to TRLog Version 7 and TRLog for QSOs.
AppMonitors the operation of TRLogConverter.
TRLogConverter is a utility to convert records from TRLog and handshaking log formats to popular formats like ADIF (for CW) and handshaking (ADIF).
HandshakeCommander, the application responsible for handshaking and logging operations, is an indispensable part of the modern radio station. Handling this information requires not just a powerful data collection, but also a user-friendly interface. Handshaking logs can be very diverse and sometimes difficult to import using known tools.
To address this issue, HandshakeCommander seeks to provide a simple and intuitive interface that allows you to track your logs, perform QSOs and keep the data sorted for further use.
In order to find out if there is an existing log in your computer’s memory, you can perform an online
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Not all software used in Amateur Radio is user friendly. You need to know a great deal of the functions and options in order to properly process your logs.
However, when you wish to use your logs in other applications you find yourself with a large number of incompatible formats.
Hence, you need a tool that allows you to easily change the format of your logs. This is where LogConv comes to help.
The application offers a simple interface that allows you to quickly scan for QSO’s and easily change the log format of the QSO that you are interested in.
Once you find a QSO you wish to change, you can add additional details such as the time, location and country that it belongs to.
If you want to see an example of the QSO information that you are going to add, please check our web site in the “How to use” section below.
Furthermore, you can check the file format of the QSO when you click on it and use it as the basis for other processes.
In addition to the built in QSO conversion feature, you can easily use the command line.
This means that you can easily automate the procedure of changing files, optimize your work by regularly scanning through QSO’s, track information to save it to a database, copy log files to other locations. All of this is made possible by this tool.
Thanks to the built in Command Line interface (CLI) you can easily perform all the operations that you need. The CLI will allow you to do the following:
– Select a log file
– Specify the log file format
– Specify the output location for new log files
– Change the format of each selected log file
– Specify an additional search criterion (time, QSO id, country, continent…)
– Add details to the QSO (time, location and country)
– Check the log file format
– Change the log file format
– Check the order of QSO’s
– Extract more information from QSOs (optional)
– Generate a new list with the new QSO format
– Scan an entire directory
– Create a batch file for batch processing
– Automate QSO list processing (optional)
– Extract QSOs from the log files (optional)
– Change QSO format (optional)
– Move QSOs from one directory to another
– Copy QSOs to directories
– Move QSOs from one directory
What’s New in the LogConv?
LogConv is a free tool that allows Amateur Radio users to convert their logs into standard file formats such as ADIF or Cabrillo. It is useful for those who use these formats as they allow for simple import and export of logs.
LogConv allows you to select a file to be converted, specify the output location, select the format and provide the details to perform the conversion.
The program will perform the conversion and then offer to view the results of the job. If you have selected the results, you can inspect the log or you can merge the new file with the old ones.
If you do not want to see the results, you can also delete the log file. LogConv will leave the file unchanged in order to retain the original log.
The program allows for creating logs that have the following formats:
· RISE and
· More formats can be added if necessary
The program is able to generate logs with all of the above formats and the additional ones included.
· The standard input and output file type (Zip, 7z, TAR)
· The file extension is not altered in order to preserve all log formats
· The log can be displayed or saved without the extension
· You can export the output file into Zip, TAR or 7z format
· You can perform the same action in a reverse order
· You can select all the QSOs you want to include
· You can view the QSOs in order of date
· The standard logging windows which are:
– Filter for the QSO format you want to convert
– Filter for the date format to apply
– Order by
▼ UNIX Timestamps
– Date format
– QSO Format
– View the QSOs in the order of the “Date”
– View the QSOs in the order of the “Time”
– The QSO order is preserved
LogConv cannot manipulate lines which have missing values
The recommended Minimum Recommended Operating system:
OS version: Windows 7, 8 or 10 – 64bit
Language support: Russian (DOS)
RAM: 8 GB
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2120 2.13 GHz
Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 580
Graphics card RAM: 1 GB
Hard disk space: 10 GB
Sound card: DirectSound
Windows Media Player: 10 or higher
Internet Explorer: 6 or higher
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