Software for connect to DXC over TCP/IP or TNC.
- You can switch between
6 windows which display different kind of information: 4 Terminal windows
(all received data for each connection), DX window (only DX-Cluster data)
and Alarm window (only DX-Cluster data of interest for YOU).
- You can establish up
to 4 connections to the DX-Cluster network using a TNC on a serial port, SV2AGW's
Packet Engine together with a BayCom, DRSI, sound card and many other devices,
or telnet with its huge and regularly updated telnet nodes directory.
- Connections can be established
with connect scripts and are automatically restarted if they are broken.
- Incoming DX, WWV, ANN,
CHAT and TALK spots can be stored into databases, whatever software is used
by your favorite server (full support for AK1A, DX-Spider, AR-Cluster, clx
and DxNet; limited support for clusse and WinCluster).
- The spots databases
may be searched combining up to 4 criteria for DX; 3 criteria for CHAT and
2 criteria for ANN and TALK.
- A DXCC database lists
all current DXCC countries. You can fill it with your current stand of worked
and confirmed countries on 160 m to 6 m + satellite, manually or by importing
a file in ADIF format generated by most logbook softwares. You can display
a summary of your DXCC scores and list all countries not worked or not confirmed
on a particular band.
- An IOTA database lists
all currently numbered groups. You can fill it with your current stand of
worked and confirmed IOTA references, manually or by importing an ADIF file.
- You can display a summary
of your IOTA scores, including the list of awards you could apply for, and
list all references not worked or not confirmed on a given continent.
- A world countries database
gives you useful information about each country, including the antenna heading
and distance from your QTH or the sunrise and sunset times.
- An extensive options
section with 16 pages allows you to customize almost all in the program, for
example the bands on which you want alarms, the CW or speech alarms and of
course the language (16 languages are currently supported).
- A DX spot simulation
function allows extensive testing of the program without polluting the DX-Cluster
with test spots.
- Starting with version
8.2b, many users of the Logbook of the World (LoTW) system are automatically
- International version
- 17 languages supported
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- Full featured Telnet
and TNC program for use with AR Cluster or DXSpider Nodes.
- 32 Bit Windows Program
that allows "point and click" setting of node parameters.
- Has Telnet, DDE, and
RS-232 outputs for logging and contest programs.
- Runs under Win95 and
later versions of Windows.
- For Dx Spots, each
band has its own color.
- Flags Dx calls with
"+" before the callsign if the Dx Station uses LoTW.
- Full WWV data displayed
on Dx Spot page.
- Hypertext links can
- Auto reconnects and
gets missed spots.
- Removes bad Dx Spots.
(blank or duplicate)
- For TNCs, receives spots
in both connected and unconnected modes and broadcast UI Frames.
- Fix Spots
- Dx Alarms
- For DxSpider Chat
- Saves Dx Spots to log
file for later analysis or reloading to program.
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