MixW3 is a next step on the way to the upcoming multiplatform MixW project
MixW3 proposes new Telnet dialog with talk over DxCluster support and a possibility to have a backup copies of your log on our server, dx.mixw.net. Logs can be password protected.
MixW3 upgrade is free for those who stay with us 10 years or more. MixW3 is free for beta team, HAM radio developers and DxPeditions.
Easy to setup, easy to connect, easy to use and a lot of fun! Enjoy using MixW!
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