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Clublog Reviews: 12 Average rating: 4.9/5 MSRP: $Free
Description: A web based application using a database to analyze amateur radio logs and build league tables of DXCC Countries worked
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G4DYO Rating: 5/5 Jun 23, 2009 05:27 Send this review to a friend
Excellent tool for DXers  Time owned: months
Club Log has blossomed from a small web site for use by one group of DXers into a world-wide interest site containing millions of logs.

Many DXers send their scores to magazines and DX bulletins but the beauty of Club Log is that it maybe updated in minutes with one's latest logs. DXers may choose to be included in various categories, e.g. radio club or society, national, continental, world-wide, etc.

Behind the scenes a great deal of work goes on to ensure the accuracy of logs in the system. DXCC entities from many years ago, some with restricted "acceptance" dates are all carefully checked and users are notified immediately if any uploaded logs are unacceptable for DXCC.

Go take a look. If you keep your log on a PC there's an excellent chance that you can upload it in a few seconds. Join NOW and enjoy!

Grateful thanks to Michael, G7VJR and Alan, G3PMR/5B4AHJ for their sterling work.
G4OBK Rating: 5/5 Feb 24, 2009 15:22 Send this review to a friend
Innovative database  Time owned: 6 to 12 months
This website provides a database of DXCC Countries worked by subscribing radio amateurs who have submitted their own computerised logs in the now common ADIF format to a server.

The project was conceived as an experiment in 2008 by Michael Wells G7VJR. Amateurs from all continents are represented in the project, however as of February 2009 84% of participants are European.

The database is a useful tool for various types of log analyis and comparison. More details can be found on how it works by checking out the URL. To join in you have to become a member, and there are no subscription fees!
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