Re: FW: [dxlab] DXKeeper interoperation with MultiPSK


Nov 6, 2004

 


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#179 Nov 6, 2004

 Hi.    Please see below mail from DaveAA6YQ. Terry.---------------



 After some encouragement by Juergen DL8LE, Patrick F6CTE and I have  enabled his MultiPSK application to log QSOs directly into DXKeeper.  MultiPSK, which is free, can conduct digital mode QSOs in PSK10,  PSK31, QPSK31, PSKFEC31, PSK63, PSK63F, PSKAM10-31-50, CW, CCW,  THROB, THROBX, MFSK8. MFSK16 (+ SSTV), MT63, RTTY 45, ASCII, AMTOR  FEC. PACKET 300-1200, FELD HELL, PSK HELL, HELL 80, HF-FAX, and   SSTV.

  You'll need release MultiPSK release 3.4, which is available via

  members.aol.com/f6cte or multipsk.eqth.org/index.html

  or nav.to/multipsk .You'll also need the recently released   DXKeeper 4.2.2.

 Have fun!

     73,

          Dave,AA6YQ



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#180 Nov 6, 2004

Thanks, Terry. For those unfamiliar with DXKeeper, here's a summary

of its capabilities:



- provides logging and award tracking (DXCC, VUCC, TOP, WAZ, WPX,

WAS, WAC, IOTA, Counties), with independent tracking for QSL cards,

eQSL.cc credits, and LotW credits



- logs CQs and unsuccessful calls, and generates UK-required log

reports



- supports all 3 Callbook CDROMs



- prints QSL cards or labels, and addresses envelopes or generates

address labels



- synchronizes with eQSL.cc and/or LotW



- generates optimal DXCC submissions including QSL cards and LotW

credits



- imports ADIF files; exports ADIF, Cabrillo, or tab-delimited

files



- provides comprehensive sorting and filtering, with the ability to

modify QSOs en masse and create scripts for repeatable operations



- is driven by user feedback on the DXLab reflector at

groups.yahoo.com/group/dxlab/



DXKeeper is a member of the DXLab Suite, a set of free applications

that can be run individually, but when run simultaneously sense each

other's presence and interoperate automatically. DXKeeper

interoperates with Commander for transceiver control, DXView for

callsign lookup and world map display, SpotCollector for DX spot

capture and analysis, and Pathfinder for QSL route discovery.



DXKeeper is available via www.qsl.net/dxkeeper/ . You can

review its online documentation without first installing the

software by visiting www.qsl.net/dxkeeper/Help/index.htm .

Note that installing DXKeeper is a two step process: first you

install a full release, and then you install the most recent

development update -- version 4.2.2. Step-by-step instructions are

provided in www.qsl.net/dxkeeper/download.htm .



73,



Dave, AA6YQ

--- In multipsk@yahoogroups.com, "Terry" terry@a...> wrote:

>

> Hi.

> Please see below mail from Dave AA6YQ.

>

> Terry.

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>

>

>

> After some encouragement by Juergen DL8LE, Patrick F6CTE and I

have

> enabled his MultiPSK application to log QSOs directly into

DXKeeper.

> MultiPSK, which is free, can conduct digital mode QSOs in PSK10,

> PSK31, QPSK31, PSKFEC31, PSK63, PSK63F, PSKAM10-31-50, CW, CCW,

> THROB, THROBX, MFSK8. MFSK16 (+ SSTV), MT63, RTTY 45, ASCII,

AMTOR

> FEC. PACKET 300-1200, FELD HELL, PSK HELL, HELL 80, HF-FAX, and

> SSTV.

>

> You'll need release MultiPSK release 3.4, which is available via

> members.aol.com/f6cte or

multipsk.eqth.org/index.html

> or nav.to/multipsk . You'll also need the recently

released

> DXKeeper 4.2.2.

>

> Have fun!

>

> 73,

>

> Dave, AA6YQ

>

>

>

>

>

>

>

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