Can any one advise on a suitable logging programme for a DOS only
Look on my web site at "http://come.to/g0mdo" for two SWL programs.Quote:>Hi all
> Can any one advise on a suitable logging programme for a DOS only
EasiSWL for ham logging, and LISTEN for broadcast logging. This last is
now free, help yourself and good luck.
Don Ward G0MDO
> EasiSWL for ham logging, and LISTEN for broadcast logging. This last is
> now free, help yourself and good luck.
> Don Ward G0MDO
Curtis .. N5HDQ .. http://wf.quik.com/n5hdq
Todd Little said:
" 5 WPM is either no-code or know-code, and if it's the latter, why
wouldn't 1 WPM or 1 WPD be sufficient? What's clear is that
you can't have it both ways."
This is why some of us pro coders are against changing the code
requirement. It seems some people don't want to compromise,
it's all or nothing with them.
>> Don Ward G0MDO
>I hereby propose that SWLers should be required to keep a log of the
>station they listen to. We don't wand a bunch illegal signal sapping going
If you are not serious, please ignore the following...Quote:
>Curtis .. N5HDQ .. http://wf.quik.com/n5hdq
>Todd Little said:
>" 5 WPM is either no-code or know-code, and if it's the latter, why
> wouldn't 1 WPM or 1 WPD be sufficient? What's clear is that
> you can't have it both ways."
>This is why some of us pro coders are against changing the code
>requirement. It seems some people don't want to compromise,
>it's all or nothing with them.
I find it funny that someone from the world of Ham radio, a hobby
in the midst of what one could only call a civil war over Morse code, feels
that they could tell SWL's how to ply their hobby.
There was a time when Ham radio was on they very cutting edge of
the radio hobbies. More than one antenna system used by an SWL was first
developed by Ham operators, along with other contributions to SWLing that
has been imported from Ham radio. I can credit my late father (Mark E.
Phillips, WB8ETH) getting me into radio by letting me read his books on Ham
The the small elements, that at the beginning (such as the ARRL)
even opposed the application of superhet. receivers and Single Sideband,
have gotten a stronger voice over the years. Their voices have gotten so
much stronger that in the earliest stages of the 21st century, one will
have to have a 10wpm Morse speed to have any serious access to the HF bands
for two way communications.
While some of you are getting ready to enter the 21st century
fighting to preserve buggy whips, please clean up your own house before you
even think about making suggestions about ours.
Like I said, if you where joking, please ignore this.
If you where serious, then please, heed my advice.
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