DXKeeper can import ADIF-compliant
log files, and tab-delimited
files saved from spreadsheet applications. If your current log can not be exported in
these formats, the
following utilities and techniques may be of use in generating and ADIF log
ADIF Country Conversion
- a program by AD1C that converts US county abbreviations in the ADIF files
generated by certain contesting applications to a valid ADIF CNTY field.
BV - free QSL Management and Label/QSL printing with a log conversion utility
flexible log import, export, log merge and maintenance capabilities
Imports 36 different logbook formats like ADIF (Amateur Data Interchange Format), any dBase, ASCII and CSV ("comma separated value" files), CT, NA, TRLog, WF1B and many others
Update mode when importing into existing logs
Log Converter - program by I4UFH that enable interchange among contest logs
created with CT, TR, and NA.
Converting a Spreadsheet or Column-oriented Text Log (like Cabrillo) to ADIF - techniques from Rich VE3IAY for using a spreadsheet program to generate ADIF-compliant log files
DX2ADIF - converts an ADIF file generated by DX4WIN to more standard ADIF format: frequency field, QSL_VIA field, changes PSK/PSK3 to PSK31 mode, adds NAME and QTH fields (from DX4WIN's CALLSIGN NOTES field). An OPERATOR field can also be added; available via http://sp7dqr.waw.pl/eng/convert_en.html#DX2ADIF .
dbftoadif - a program by F6DEX that converts logs from DXLog and Easylog to ADIF
to ADIF - a program that converts EDI (Electronic Data Interchange) files to ADIF (Amateur Data Interchange Format). EDI is standard recommended by IARU for sending files in UKV/VHF/SHF contests in first IARU region
FastLog to ADIF conversion is available via http://www.dxlabsuite.com/Converters/FastLogToAdif100.zip .
LogConv - a log conversion program
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PROADIKON - a program that converts logging data from the following applications to ADIF