LogPA is an easy to use freeware logger program designed for radioamateurs who want to keep track of their dxcc status between 160 and 2 meters.
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PA logging (for radio amateurs) is a job well done if you have enjoyed The DX Dictionary.
Because of the large number of PAs in the radio spectrum, and the time and effort spent reviewing and getting them,
it seems a good idea to have a daily or weekly checklist or log of your PAs. If you are in a particular country there may be
apparent as well as actual PAs. Reviewing your log with a days/weeks’ workbook could become a real time consuming task.
That is where the program comes in. Cracked LogPA With Keygen is a freeware program based on a spreadsheet type of program.
It allows you to enter the file information as well as give you the ability to print a status sheet or detailed report.
You may scan a card or write in the PAs, or you may click on a cell where you would like a PA to be typed in.
When a new entry is made, you may also print out a log sheet, or you can choose to only print a summary log sheet.
You can save a copy of the sheet as a.csv text file that can easily be imported into MS Word for further use.
A newer feature is the ability to have a workbook in the column header or in a column so that you can view a bit more information about
One of my favourite features is the ability to import the log from an older version.
What other features does it include?
An extensive help file, and the ability to mark entries as favorites for quick access later.
If you are a new or old user of the The DX Dictionary or a tired of writing columns and columns of information you can then
add LogPA Cracked Accounts to a collection of freeware for radio amateurs. The following information is taken from the
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LogPA Features and History:
It can be used to input the callsigns, frequency, average signal and current mode or band of numerous PAs found in
one of ten countries.
A summary log is printed out by selecting a specific country that is defined in the program. The summary log is
printed out in a form similar to a [PA log]. The individual callsign and frequency of the PAs found are color coded.
All the PAs can be read in or written in as the program allows.
Up to 255 PAs can be entered for the program to use. You may
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LogPA is a logging program that will save your DXCC information for your station between meters, 60 and 1710 meters (24 and 730 meters with Civil DXCC Services). It will also report the call sign you have keyed, your contact list for all those meters, and your QSO status.
To save the information, you can press the “On/Off” button (red highlight), select a range, and press “New” to start logging. You can click the “New” and “Add” links (green highlight) to open the range options window.
The following fields can be saved between meters:
Here is a list of things that can be logged:
If you press the “On/Off” button, the program will automatically save the data to the “” userXXX” log file. The userXXX is a mnemonic, along with the first two letters of the first, middle and last name of each user. The userXXX is displayed in the list of contacts and is added to the first line of the log file. For example, clicking “New” will create a new entry for the user “user1” with the following format:
The following list describes the various formats in which the frequency information can be entered. The “New” button is grayed out until the frequency is entered.
PRN: Octal frequency, e.g. 6390.4
QRZ: Octal frequency, e.g. 6390.4 (QRZ = true frequency)
SSB: Decimal frequency, e.g. 6390.4
CW: Frequency as marked in meters, e.g. 6390.4 (CW = Calling)
RA: State call letter, e.g. NQ, WI, OR
ES: State call letter, e.g. TX, CA
You can drag the active frequency from the main window and drop it on the “QRZ” or “PRN” format frequency box to enter the frequency. The program will save that frequency and the rest of the format information and automatically add it to the existing file
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LogPA comes with a logfile viewer.
2 logfile formats supported (this extension will probably be extended in the future).
Power station logs from any of the following sites:
AMTORIA/SAUDIARAQIB (The Saudi Arabian MDA AMTORIA)
AMTORIA/TORO (The TOROAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/SAUDIARAQIB (The Saudi Arabian MDA AMTORIA)
AMTORIA/TK (The TOROAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/SL (The SLAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/UD (The USBTORA transmitter)
AMTORIA/VG (The VGBAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/XV (The XVEAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/YAL (The YALAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/YP (The YPAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/YT (The YTAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/VOA (The Virginian-Pilot transmitter)
AMTORIA/FOX (The FOX-WILKES COUNTY transmitter)
AMTORIA/WEB (The WAEAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/CWAMTORIA (The AMTORIA transmitter, Alabama)
AMTORIA/WV (The WVAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/WCO (The WCOAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/CWHAMTORIA (The WAMTORIA transmitter, Hawaii)
AMTORIA/WYE (The WYEAAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/KC (The KCAAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/DC (The DCAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/WTX (The WTXAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/EL (The ELAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/WKY (The WKYAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/WRS (The WRSAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/RS (The RSAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/RWC (The RWCAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/DGC (The DGCAMTORIA transmitter)
AMTORIA/CAB (The CABAMTORIA transmitter)
What’s New in the LogPA?
Who hasn’t at some point needed to keep track of their 2 meters’ activity, such as how often is the DX there? Without one, you may find yourself running out of bandwidth and being unable to get off the air or even just finding that your rivals are logging your activity!
LogPA supports the logging of other frequencies such as a 9 or 10 meters band but is designed with dxcc users in mind. Once you have loaded your logs into LogPA you can save them as a HTML file or PDF.
For best results and system stability, we recommend a clean Windows XP or Windows Vista / 7 / 8 operating system. We have tested on Windows 7 & 8 however we have had no reports of its instability.
The LogPA application will run on Windows XP and up.
Minimum System Requirements:
Quad core machine
Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 805
Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad CPU Q6600
RAM: 6GB at least
Hard disk: 250GB
The Application is open source and has been released under the GNU General Public License version 2.
a) Up to two frequencies can be logged.
b) Multiple Logbook options are available including complete logging options with a Memory Limit and an Expiry date.
c) Complete reopening of a logbook after system restart is available.
d) Multiple Logbook Pages can be created to support a multi page logbook.
How to install LogPA:
[ This is a zip file ]
1. Extract the LogPA zip file to a location on your system
2. Run LogPA_Setup.exe
3. Read all the Installing and Running
Tips and Tricks
(1) If you start the program for the first time and you are getting an error about saving your logs, try closing LogPA then restarting it. This will usually solve the problem.
(2) If you receive “File name too long” error, you can try the following steps to solve the problem:
a. Close LogPA
b. Unzip the LogPA zip file
c. Run the unzipped program (FileName.exe)
3. LogPA comes with an easy to use help guide for basic functions. Try opening Help.htm if you need help.
4. LogPA has an installation dialog, it is in the folder which you are running and should have “LogPA” on it. If you can’t
* Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10
*.NET Framework 4.6.2,.NET Core 2.1, Visual Studio 2015 (recommended)
* Intel x86, x64 CPU (4 cores recommended)
* 8 GB RAM (12 GB RAM recommended)
* 256 GB of free space on your hard drive (500 GB required to install Visual Studio 2017)
* DirectX 9.0c
* DVD-ROM drive