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DXBase reflector link

Posted: May 4th, 2010 under Hamradio, Software.

I see several people are coming here after searching for the DXBase reflector link. As you get no direct result, here is the link. Hopefully this one will be indexed quickly by the search engines and help people looking for it. Here you go:

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GcmWin 3.1.0 is out

Posted: December 27th, 2009 under Hamradio, Software.

Exciting stuff is happening with this program. I haven't used it in a while, but just a few days ago I checked up on what was going with the program development. For those of you who haven't heard about this program, it's a free Windows program for plotting great circle maps from your location, locator […]

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GJTracker 2.02 released

Posted: September 2nd, 2009 under EME, Hamradio, Software.

Lance W7GJ released a new version of his moontracking software a few days ago. He has included a map which shows the moon terminator. This can be quite useful to determine who has moon and who hasn’t. Lance saw the need for this on his E51SIX expedition, where he had no internet access most of […]

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DXBase logging program has a new owner

Posted: August 26th, 2009 under Hamradio, Software.

I’m happy to report that the DXBase hamradio logging program has got a new owner. Neal K3NC aquired the software a few days ago. Read the announcement from the new owner here. I’m happy to see that DXBase will be continued in it’s development. In a blog post here, Neal says that we shouldn’t except […]

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DXbase logging program is shut down

Posted: August 7th, 2009 under Hamradio, Software.

Effective from July 31st 2009, DXbase has been shut down. Jack, the lead developer, sent out the announcement on the reflector. The farewell message can be read here. I’ve had a feeling for a long time this would happen, the question was only when. No new versions has been released since 2006, and several questions […]

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