Since 1991 Dog Park Software Ltd. Has been committed to providing the Amateur Radio community with the very best in Amateur Radio Software so that Hams using the Macintosh platform around the world can enjoy the same computer-radio interraction and enhancement that PC Hams take for granted - but with the added flexibility, security, user friendliness and stability that Macintosh users are. G4FAL Contest Logging 0 GenLog32 By W3KM 4 4.8 2/7/08 Ham Log Program 3 5.0 1/26/03 Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook 24 4.8 2/3/08 HAM-LOG for Windows 1 5.0 4/2/07 Hamlog 4.0 (Macintosh) 1 5.0 8/21/00 HamLogBook HyperLog 4.xx 10 3.1 10/9/07 jLog 4 5.0 2/12/08 jLog for Mac, Kinux and Windows 0 KA1VGM NetManager 2 3.0 4/25/07 KLog 3 4.7 10/31/07.
Review Ham Radio Logging Software
Now that I'm back active again I feel as though I ought to start tracking countries and squares worked on VHF and the best way to do this has to be electronically.
I've been using Minos for my logging in a Windows virtual machine so I can export the logs in .EDI format (if that's any use) but I'd rather have some native OS X software that I can import those logs into and add entries manually. If I give away a few points in a contest then I'm not going to fire up Minos for that, I write them in my logbook. Yes, I still keep a paper log!
So is there any logging software for the Mac that I can use which will import my Minos log files and allow me to enter QSOs manually as well? I'd then like to be able to pull off stats such as squares and countries and even plot a map showing which squares I've worked over a set period of time (because it's good to know what I do each year).