GenLog DOS logger created in the `80s and I started writing Windows GenLog in 1992 since I
wanted to operate more HF contests, but didn`t want to spend time configuring each contest.
Initial comments from users showed interest because it was easy to use and supported many
contests. There are no setup files to configure before starting a contest since contests
are initialized from info saved in the setup form.
This logger is ARRL VHF/UHF contest oriented and has encoded outputs to drive a band switching
decoder. First written in DOS in the 80`s, then converted to Windows using VB3(?). Read the
initial use instructions to learn the SW.
° KM Rover
This logger was created in 1998 for use by ROVERS in the `Big 4` ARRL VHF/UHF contests. Users
wanted a GPS interface and keystroke shortcuts added so logging could be done while mobile during
the contest. The GPS function tells the operator the rotator beam heading, to enable working
stations while driving. See the initial use text.
° Cabrillo Evaluator
Written in 2000 and offered to contest sponsors wishing to migrate to Cabrillo log submissions.
This adjudication software scores Cabrillo logs for almost all contests and can score 2000 logs
in an auto batch run. Read more. See the initial use instructions.
Pack Rat Net Control was first written in DOS in 1990. Read the initial use instructions to get
started. Logs any net.
° Print Labels
I was using MS Word to print single labels and MS Access to print lots of labels, but needed one
App that was more flexible and easier to use.
° ADIF Prefix Calculator
Requested by the UBA. Loads WPX type ADIF files with the <PFX:xxx> tag and counts the total unique
callsign prefixes; overall, by band and mode, and by mode. Visit the UBA International Prefix Hunt
° Skeduler is a `multiple alarm` clock. Up to 40 alarms can be set in each sequence. Written in
the 90`s so I could schedule January and June VHF Contest QSOs.
Other software was written to make log checking easier for me and to assist contest sponsors using
my adjudication software.