CommCat 4 is a radio control and logging program for radio amateurs who share a passion for talking to other hams around the world. CommCat works with most popular radios and accessories. It requires a Windows XP or later computer. CommCat 4 is compatible with the Vista through Windows 10 operating systems.
CommCat is packed with features to help you find and work DX. Its acclaimed rule-based spot manager filters incoming spots from the Internet and alerts you when a needed DX station is present. The DX Tracker and Band Spotter windows help you analyze activity and operating habits.
The best way to learn more is to download the CommCat 4 demo and give it a try with your own station. You can view and print CommCat Help here. First take a look at CommCat the Movie by clicking the button below.
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