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Our flagship logging program for amateur radio operators,DXtreme Station Log – Multimedia Edition lets you log your contacts and make use of multimedia features that will enhance your ham radio operating experience.
A clean, uncluttered, yet powerful user interface.
An enhanced DX Spot Checker™ whose colorful, rich-text interface displays incoming spots; indicates whether you need to contact stations for a new DXCC entity, band entity, mode entity, or VUCC grid; and integrates with optional Afreet Ham CAP for short- and long-path propagation predictions.
Customizable, colorful Last Log Entries grid and resizable window. Plus Rig Control via optional integration with Afreet Omni-Rig.
Social Media posting of your contacts plus outgoing QSL Labelproduction and integration with LoTW, including support for TQSLautomatic uploads to the LoTW server.
QSL Imaging™ for scanning, capturing, and viewing incoming QSL cards and electronic QSLs.
DXCC Analytics™ and WAS Analytics™, powerful tools for analyzing and enhancing your DXCC and WAS standings and quickly accessing the specific log entries upon which you need to take some kind of action, such as re-submitting a QSL or e-mailing the ham you contacted.
Performance Reporting. An array of DXCC, VUCC, WAS, and other reports that can be viewed locally or uploaded to the Web for remote access by you and your friends.
Integration with optional Afreet Band Master for additional spot checking, and Afreet DX Atlas for producing azimuth plots from the DX Spot Checker plus grid and pin maps from performance and stations reports.
And that’s not all.
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