Links Good to know

Like many others I also have a collection of links that are good to know. 
Here is a set of links that are useful to visit.


Actual News about Amateur Radio

check the BCC contest calendar
BCC Contest Calendar

Check the details of your next contest .

DX Summit

What DX is on the band? Check DX Summit.

go to

Amateur Radio contesting on the internet.


Logging Software for the daily DX work and contesting purposes


This is the logging software I use because it best meet my needs.
Check for the details.

"DX4WIN is an easy to use, yet powerful logging program for every ham. 
It has been designed for the serious and the casual DXer. 
It has a number of features that make operating in a contest fun from the DXers perspective, 
and if you use a contesting program, DX4WIN can import your log after the contest." (

DX4WIN operates under Windows/95/98 and Windows/NT/2000/XP.


CT by K1EA

The classical contest logging software.
Check for the details.

Although this is originally a DOS software this is still my favorite contest logging software in a SO environment.


WL Logo

For contest logging purposes I am using Writelog.
Check for the details.

This software has at least handling advantages for cluster connection and networking
between the several computers. WL did the job stable with no malfunctions in all my activities.
This is the most important feature for contesting.

Other logging software
There are many other logging software products.
The best way to find out what software best meet your needs is to try it.

N1MM Logger  by N1MM, freeware, under continuous development and improvement, really great support
RCKlog by DL4RCK, for Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP
DX Base by Scientific Solutions Inc., for Windows 95/98/ME/2000/NT/XP
SD by EI5DI, intended for single-op unassisted entries, for Windows
HAM-LOG by DJ6LS, general purpose logging software, for Windows 9X / ME / 2000 / NT und XP
LM by DL8WAA, LM is a tool that provides facilities to create, edit and evaluate contest logs ex post.


Amateur Radio Individuals

Here are some sites from individuals I found interesting to visit:

DF3CB Bernd also provides the QSL managing software BV.


NG3K The sites of Bill provide beside many other information a table of contest activities
and an overview of cluster access through the internet or telnet.


AC6V Huge amount of sites around amateur radio.



Amateur Radio Clubs and Organisations

visit the BCC
Bavarian Contest Club

visit the HSC
Radio Telegraphy
High Speed Club (HSC)

visit the LZ CW Club
LZ CW Club

visit the DARC
Deutscher Amateur
Radio Club (DARC)

visit the ARRL
American Radio
Relay League (ARRL)

visit the IARU
International Amateur
Radio Union (IARU)


Find anything or anybody

Find anything or anybody


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