Welcome to Logger32, a 32-bit logging program written by Bob Furzer, K4CY. Bob is also the author of Zakanaka, and a 16-bit version of Logger.
Logger32 runs under Windows 95/98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, Windows NT and Windows XP (these program names are all copyright by Microsoft Corporation). The Logger32/Vista or Win 7 combination is not supported at this time but users have had success in running Logger32 on these operating systems provided that the program is NOT installed in the "Program Files" folder on the computer and the UAC is turned off.
At the present time, Logger32 is free.
Logger32 software and Help File copyright information can be found in the Copyrights and License section.
Thanks and acknowledgements are given to:
John Shelton K1XN for his approval allowing the integration of the GoList QSL Manager Database with this program. The GoList can be found at www.golist.net/ or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Makoto Mori JE3HHT for his permission to include his RTTY data engine engine MMTTY and his RTTY and PSK data engine MMVari within the Soundcard Data window software. Further information on MMTTY can be found at www.qsl.net/mmhamsoft/.
Aki Yoshida JA1NLX and Hal Kojima JE4IVN for their considerable assistance during the development of the radio control software for use under the Japanese versions of Microsoft Windows.
Alex Shovkoplyas VE3NEA (Afreet Software Inc.) for the support given during the integration of his HamCap propogation prediction freeware. HamCap can be downloaded from http://www.dxatlas.com/HamCap.
Roger Hedin SM3GSJ for his invaluable assistance with the Azimithal map projection code.
The RSGB IOTA committee for supporting the downloading of their "activity" XML files for use with Logger32.
The 425DX organization for allowing the use of their DX news and calendar.
Robert Chalmas HB9BZA for supporting Logger32 in allowing users to download and use his LotW database.
Rene Schmidt DF9GR and Richard Desaulniers VE2DX for their assistance and testing during the integration of the support for the GS232B Az/Az rotator protocol .
The many who provided valuable feedback and information on specific topics throughout the project.
Like Zakanaka, Logger32 and these Help files are the product of an experiment. Bob Furzer, K4CY, decided that he would enlist the assistance of other amateurs in creating the package. Work started on the project in early July 2001, and the following volunteers coordinated via the Internet to assist in the development of the program and to create the Help files:
3.1 Development Team
Bob Furzer K4CY
Geoff Anderson, G3NPA
Charlie Sutton, W1MCP
Mike Mace, VK3SU
Jim Hargrave, W5IFP
Hew Lines VA7HU
Aki Yoshida JA1NLX
3.2 Beta Test Team
Bob Furzer K4CY Geoff Anderson G3NPA
Hew Lines VA7HU Charlie Sutton W1MCP
Jim Hargrave W5IFP Mike Mace VK3SU
Ramon Paradell EA3EJI Marek Neidzielski SP7DQR
Jan Buitenhuis PA4JJ Alec Otulak SP2EWQ
Jim Pickett K5LAD Javier Bermejo EA1AUS
Ian Morrison VE3EP Villi Sigurjonsson TF3VS
Bud Hippisley W2RU Randolf Schmitz DL6KAI
Dave Lavelli IK2AGX Hans-Juergen Barthen DL5DI
Jim Steel M0ZAK Janis Majdic S51J
Arne Andersson SM5CNQ Jorge Enrique Knull LU4YAO
Constantin Semyonov UA1AKE Haruo (Hal) Kojima JE4IVN
Yukito Fukui JI1ANI Dragan Acimovic YZ1EW
Franck F8ADY Luca Civinini IK5PWC
Polde Kobal S57TUB Rick Ellison N2AMG
Joseph Jiang BD4EP Gerry Hohn VE6LB
Gary Hinson ZL2IFB Bob Harrison G4UJS
Aki Yoshida JA1NLX Marek Neidzielski SP7DQR
Jan Buitenhuis PA4JJ Javier Bermejo EA1AUS
Villi Sigurjonsson TF3VS Constantin Semyonov UA1AKE
Dragan Acimovic YZ1EW Franck F8ADY
Luca Civinini IK5PWC Ole Lundsgaard OZ2QL
Polde Kobal S57TUB Ramon Paradell EA3EJI
Luciano Fusari I5FLN Joseph Jiang BD4EP
Alexander Schwinn DL5VZ
Someday we will meet each other in person, but for the moment, we hope that we have continued the helping-ham tradition that was passed to us by Bob. Each topic has the name of the original author(s) at the upper left, but all team members contributed over the course of development.
The following amateurs each contributed greatly to the Logger32 development and testing and have left their legacy for us to carry on.
Antonio (Toni) Perez, EA1NK (SK 18 Jan 2006)
Jose (Joe) Valdes, YV5LIX (SK Aves-2006 DXpedition)
Ray McClure, W8CNL (SK 25 Jun 2008)
Eike Barthels DM3ML (SK 25 sep 2011)