SkookumLogger 4+

Willard Myers

    • 4.1 • 11 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

SkookumLogger is a contest logging program for macOS 10.13 (High Sierra) or later, supporting single-mode and and mixed-mode events on 13 bands between 160m and 23cm. You can find lists of supported radios and supported contests at https://k1gq.com/SkookumLogger/index.html.

Some features:

• Any number of QSOs per log
• Two QSO entry boxes supporting interleaved SO1R, SO2V, SO2R/2BSIQ with one keyboard
• Duplicate checking as callsigns are entered
• Exchange Archive (personal call history file) for exchange pre-fill
• Partial callsign matching against log, Exchange Archive, and Super Check Partials (SCP) database
• Integrated download of the SCP and cty.dat databases
• Separate activity table windows (like band maps) for each contest band
• Multiplier checksheets for countries, regions, prefixes, zones, grids, other
• Time Tracker and Rate Tracker panels
• Score window with band breakdown and scoring for most contests
• Bidirectional DX Cluster packet spotting interface, with skimmer and QSX support
• CW call type-ahead and CW keyboard mode
• Context-sensitive, queued message sending for CW, SSB (using radio DVR), FSK/PSK (using radio encoder)
• Great circle maps with terminator and antenna pattern overlays
• SkookumNet networking for multi-operator/multi-transmitter configurations
• Amplifier standby/operate and drive power controls
• Rotator direction display and control
• Elecraft P3SVGA panadapter display with graphical known-activity overlays
• YCCC SO2R Box+ and YCCC SO2R Mini interfaces including their WinKeyer emulations
• YCCC MOAS antenna switch interface
• XK-24 Keypad interface with red/blue backlights
• Cabrillo export for submitting log entries
• ADIF and CSV export for moving contest QSOs to a general-purpose logger
• Automated log submission via Apple Mail and via web browser
• Statistics report for post-contest analysis of your contest log
• CW Practice mode for developing your logging skills off the air

What’s New

Version 3.10

New
* Alerts explain why when SkookumLogger cannot send CW, SSB, FSK or PSK messages, and cannot record SSB messages. Thanks AI6W.
Changed
* The K4 Mini-Pan window has additional features, see the Help Book. Thanks AI6W.
* Updated log submission URL for WAG.
Fixed
* Handle case of more than one Panadapter video capture device instead of displaying nothing.
* Modified enabling process for WinKeyers so that special logic for WKmini Rev B keyers does not cause sporadic timeouts for other WinKeyers. Thanks W2RU.
* Corrected references to k1gq.com (now k1gq.net) in the Help Book. Thanks W2RU.
* Removed control of the 2000A amplifier antenna; SkookumLogger doesn’t know which of the 10 choices to use and was choosing antenna 10 when band changed. Thanks W2RU.
* K4TCP was failing to set mode correctly when grabbing a spot on another band and the spot mode was different from the radio mode when last on that band.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

BobWA1Z ,

Happy User Since 2014

Full Disclosure: The developer, Bill, is a long time friend and contesting mentor of mine for almost 20 years.

While SkookumLogger is new to the Apple Store, I have been using SL since 2014 just as Bill started implementing support for Single Operator Two Radio (SO2R). I've used SL as my primary contest logging program from my home QTH from casual to full-time contesting efforts ever since. Stable, great features, and excellent support of Elecraft K3(S) radios. SL has all the features you need to mount a successful contesting effort.

Thytr ,

Great Software and Great Support

I have been using SL for several months with several different brands of radio. The program has been almost perfectly stable and has worked wonderfully with several different brand of radio. The continious updates and support the developer have be great!

N1MIE-Chip ,

Download!

I deleted the previous version and re-downloaded. That fixed the problem. Not sure what happened, perhaps something got corrupt, but it's fixed now.

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