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DXKeeper is free, comprehensive amateur logging software that
records and manages QSOs
extracts name, address, and location information from
tracks confirmation and verification of QSOs for the DXCC, TopList, and WAZ awards, highlighting needed DX spots, automatically generating outgoing QSLs that request confirmation of needed QSLs, identifying confirmed QSOs for submission to the ARRL DXCC desk, and generating DXCC submission paperwork
tracks CQ Marathon progress for the current year, highlighting spots of DX stations needed for this annual award
reports progress towards DXCC, TopList, Challenge, VUCC, Marathon, WAS, WAC, IOTA, WAZ, WPX, USA-CA, Maidenhead Fields, Maidenhead Squares, Canadaward, Holyland, DOK, WAE, WAB, DDFM, SRR, RDA, WAHUC, WAIP, WAJA, JCC, JCG, and AJA awards
can download DXCC credits and update logged QSOs to reflect the granting of a DXCC credit (screenshot)
prints QSL cards and QSL Labels, addresses envelopes, and prints address labels
identifies QSLs required for DXCC submission, and generates required documentation
tracks DXCC verifications
imports and exports ADIF-compliant log files.
A PC running Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, or 8 with an SVGA or better display is required; both 32-bit and 64-bit flavors of Windows are supported. DXKeeper is free, and contains no advertising. Commercial use is expressly forbidden.
|Generated QSL Card (plain)|
|Realtime Award Tracking||Generated QSL Card (with background image)|
Database window (fully expanded; you can individually enable or disable panels)
If you have questions or suggestions, please post them on the DXLab Discussion Group.
Other members of the DXLab suite of free amateur radio software:
Commander - control your Icom, TenTec, Kenwood, or Yaesu radio from your PC
Pathfinder - locate QSL information from web-accessible sources
WinWarbler - conducts QSOs using PSK31 or PSK63 with simultaneous three-channel decoding and display, or RTTY with simultaneous two-channel decoding and display
DXView - displays DXCC info and country maps, and plots spots, beam headings, solar position, and the solar terminator on a world map
PropView - displays minimum and maximum useable frequencies between specified locations and monitors the IARU/NCDXF HF Beacon network
SpotCollector - collects and aggregates spots from multiple sources -- including packet, Telnet, and IRC -- to create a local database that you can display, sort, and filter in real time