he second release of Ham Radio Deluxe for 2018 is now available for download. Please download it from the Download pages on our website at:
This release contains 60 public changes and eliminates 8% of the software development backlog. This change includes significant improvements to Icom CI-V commands, operability of the Kenwood TS-590, improvements to Logbook filter, QRZ lookup issues, HRDLog.net issues, IOTA importa/export problems, issues with PSK Reporter, updates to the country list, addition of Worked All Britain awards, all hyperlinks now open in the machine’s default browser, elimination of crash scenarios, improvements in performance, and much more.
We would like to thank our customers for providing the feedback that went into the decisions we made about what to include in this release.
The full release notes can be found here:
All those who have purchased Ham Radio Deluxe at any time in the past should download and install this version in order to benefit from all bug fixes. You are entitled to them. Our clients who are covered by an active Software Maintenance and Support period are entitled to Feature Enhancements.
As announced previously, we expect to release as many as 9 releases in 2018. There will be no releases between 1-Nov and 1-Jan. We continue to focus on reducing our development backlog with five developers dedicated to all applications in the suite.
Please watch these newsletters for updates. Pass these updates along to your friends. Newsletters will also be posted on our website’s blog at:
Come see us at Dayton in building 5 – Audio Alley!
Thank you es 73 de Mike, WA9PIE
HRD Software, LLC
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