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Large packet window (up to 16000 lines.)
Contents of packet window can be copied to the Clipboard.
Large number of DX spots (up to 16000 entries).
Packet spots are color coded to reflect status of new country / new mode / new band. Color coding is based on the DXCC, WAZ or WPX status.
Bandmap using the same colors as the spotting window.
Spots can indicate membership for up to four different lists
DX spots are saved so they are available again when the program is restarted.
Filtering of spots based on the prefix and / or the CQ zone of the spotter. Avoid getting excited about a spot that was reported on the other side of the world.
Voice or CW announcements of DX spots using the Windows sound system.
QSX frequencies in spots are recognized in different ways, like QSX 200, WKD 14205, UP 3, DN 4 etc.
Additions / deletions and updates of QSOs are reflected in the colors of the spots immediately.
New DX spots replace older spots for the same station on the same band; no endless repetitions of the same spot if you are not connected to the cluster.
Support to announce DX, grab DX spot, move radio to the frequency of a DX spot, enter DX spot in the scanner.
Tune your radio over the bands and let the DX spotting window find the spot that is closest in frequency.
DX spots can be sorted by time, arrival sequence, frequency, callsign of spotter and priority / callsign; when you sort by priority all new countries are grouped together, followed by new mode / band etc.
Buttons available to select stored packet commands via mouse.
TCP/IP access of world wide cluster sites using the Internet.

 

 

Internet addresses for Telnet or http connections to a DX spotting network

Internet addresses for Telnet or http connections to a DX spotting network

 

Announcing a DX spot. You can send a DX spot to a DX spotting network. The callsign is obtained from the QSO Window, and the current frequency and QSX frequency are read from the radio.

Announcing a DX spot. You can send a DX spot to a DX spotting network. The callsign is obtained from the QSO Window, and the current frequency and QSX frequency are read from the radio.

 

Incoming DX spots are color coded to reflect their 'importance' based on your log book entries and on a possible active Selection. There are a number of additional settings in your preferences that allow for voice or CW announcements of new spots as they arrive; see Setup for some examples. The colors change immediately when you enter a new QSO in your log, or confirm an existing QSO for example. DX spots color coded based on your DXCC status. In addition to the DXCC status, you can select the WAZ or WPX status to color the spots. The spots shown are coming from all over the world. You can select the countries, or CQ zones, you want to accept spots from.

Incoming DX spots are color coded to reflect their 'importance' based on your log book entries and on a possible active Selection. There are a number of additional settings in your preferences that allow for voice or CW announcements of new spots as they arrive; see Setup for some examples. The colors change immediately when you enter a new QSO in your log, or confirm an existing QSO for example. DX spots color coded based on your DXCC status. In addition to the DXCC status, you can select the WAZ or WPX status to color the spots. The spots shown are coming from all over the world. You can select the countries, or CQ zones, you want to accept spots from.

 

The same section of the DX spotting window, but now using the WAZ status to color the spots. Like in many other windows, the DX Spotting window has a PopUp menu that you activate with a right mouse click.

The same section of the DX spotting window, but now using the WAZ status to color the spots. Like in many other windows, the DX Spotting window has a PopUp menu that you activate with a right mouse click.

 

The BandMap display; notice the color coding for the spots and the membership indicators. The call PY6HD was found in the LoTW list and in the eQSL list.<br>
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The red arrow indicates the last frequency read from the radio.

The BandMap display; notice the color coding for the spots and the membership indicators. The call PY6HD was found in the LoTW list and in the eQSL list.

The red arrow indicates the last frequency read from the radio.