CQRLOG / News: Recent posts

Project page moved

CQRLOG project page has been moved to http://www.cqrlog.com

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2009-01-01

CQRLOG 0.6.0 released!

A lot of changes. Complete LoTW support added. See changelog for details.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-12-15

CQRLOG: 0.5.1

An advanced ham radio logger based on Firebird database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, QRZ callbook (web version), a grayliner, ON6DP QSL manager database etc.

This is bugfix release, no new features added. ADIF import/export fixed.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-09-11

CQRLOG 0.5.0 released!

ZIP code tracking, export for label printing added. See changelog for details.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-09-07

CQRLOG 0.4.0 released!

A lot of changes and optimalization. Band map and xplanet support added, 70MHz band added. See changelog for details.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-06-21

CQRLOG 0.3.0 released!

A lot of changes. Help and membership added. See changelog for details.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-04-27

CQRLOG 0.2.1 released

A lot of bugs were fixed. See changelog for details.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2008-01-25

CQRLOG 0.2.0 released

ITU, WAZ, IOTA statistics and IOTA support added and a few bugs were fixed.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2007-12-02

CQRLOG 0.1.1 released

A lot of bugs were fixed, better callsign resolution and font settings added.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2007-10-26

New hamradio logger for Linux

An advanced ham radio logger based on Firebird database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, QRZ callbook (web version), a grayliner, ON6DP QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables developed by OK1RR. CQRlog is strongly focused on easy operation and maintenance.

Posted by Petr Hlozek 2007-09-29

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