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The computer programs listed on this page were produced by various members of the club with features tailored to the club's operating events. The logging programs have similarities as well as differences. All are available free of charge, so feel free try them all to see which one (or ones) best suit(s) your operating needs. All have been designed for Windows computers, and several run successfully on Linux machines via the program Wine. See each description for details. Enjoy!

AC2C's SKCCLogger

Version 03.00.14 released on 20-Feb-2020

The SKCCLogger available from this webpage is for PC's running Windows 7 (SP-1) and above. SKCCLogger downloads for MacOS and Linux are available from the SKCCLogger User Group or from AC2C's SKCCLogger Downloads Page.

The logger's author depends on the SKCCLogger User Group to support the MacOS and Linux versions as he does not have either of those platforms available to him for development or testing.

The SKCCLogger:
    • Uses information from downloaded membership data files to optionally auto-insert
      member information as you log contacts.
    • Keeps a running display of the number of QSOs you have accumulated along with
      a count of unique Cs, Ts, and Ss you contact during a sprint.
    • Automatically reads the VFO frequency from your connected radio and auto-completes
      the Frequency and Band as you log a contact.
    • Allows you to control your VFO from within the Log Entry window, making it a snap to QSY.
    • Saves and recalls specific settings for multiple radio configurations.
    • Optionally displays a running checklist of all Unique SPCs contacted during a sprint.
    • Maintains a folder of backup logs to provide for recovery from a catastrophic computer
      (or user) error. This facility also provides for a limited "roll-back" capability.
    • Provides automatic insertion of SKCC Numbers for ADIF logs imported from other
      logging programs.
    • Displays a list of previous QSOs with the same member as the callsign is being entered.
    • Includes Award Application Processing for Centurion, Tribune, Senator, DXC, DXQ,
      WAS, WAS-C, WAS-T, WAS-S, Prefix, RagChew, and QRP awards.
    • Provides automated reporting for Monthly Brag Input.
    • Supports tracking of QSL Sent/Received status.
    • Includes a complete Compiled Hypertext User Guide including multiple screen shots.

Although not designed as an everyday logger, the SKCCLogger has a log-merge function that allows you to use it to keep one master log, even as you set up logs for individual sprints. All logs are saved as *.adi (ADIF) files, ready for uploading to eQSL or for signature-processing for LoTW.

You can download stand-alone PDF versions of the Revision History here and User Guide here.

The SKCCLogger makes no permanent changes to your PC, does not make changes to your PC's registry, and can be easily removed if you decide not to continue using it.

To install: Download the automated installation file from the SKCCLogger Download Page.

Ron welcomes your comments on how SKCCLogger performs. You can reach him at:

New Download N1MM logger support files!

Call History File with SKCC membership name and number(misc field).
The file can be downloaded here.

Senator List Utility

This application is designed to help members who have reached the Tribune Tx8 level and are working toward their Senator Award. It produces two lists in CSV format (Excel compatible). It uses data from the SKCC website -- the tribunelist.txt -- and an ADI file containing your log. It compares the tribunelist.txt with your log and gives you two output files: NEEDS.CSV and WORKED.CSV. NEEDS.CSV is a list of tribunes you have not worked since your Tx8 date and WORKED.CSV is a list of the ones you have worked, i.e. your SENATOR List for your senator award. Download the README.PDF for the instructions for installing and operation. The SENATORS.ZIP file contains the application. Just follow the directions for installation.

Download the directions here.
Download the utility here.

W9RFX code-practice software

This CW training software is intended to improve your morse code copying skills. This is achieved by providing a simple and yet versatile means for the creation of CW *.WAV "music" files. Files can be created with multiple source text options. Created CW .WAV files can be saved to the hard disk, reloaded, or burned to a CD or converted to MP3 files for use on an MP3 player. By listening to generated CW files maybe an hour or so a day while walking the dog, exercising, or commuting, you will be amazed at how rapidly your ability progresses. Initially, keep word length to 5 characters maximum, and create a sequence of files, maybe each file of 10 minute duratition, at a gradually increasing speed (WPM).

Download the program here.

SKCC Quick QSL Card

Stephen, KE7WAV, created this quick and easy SKCC QSL card that you can print out and use. It is formatted to the size of a regular prepaid blank postcard purchased at the USPS. All you have to do is fill in the boxes and print it with your home computer. (The last field that says QSL is a drop-down box that reads either please or thank you.)

Download it here.

SKCC Database Files

Just point your browser to the file, then right-click your mouse or touchpad and select Save Link As.

The Membership list file is here.
A supplemental membership list, with join dates, is here.
The Centurion list file is here.
The Tribune list file is here.
The Senator list file is here.