What is DXKeeper?

DXKeeper is free, comprehensive amateur logging software that. records and manages QSOs. extracts name, address, and location information from. callbook CDROMs: Flying Horse, HamCall, QRZ. QRZ.com (with a subscription, or without a subscription using Pathfinder)

What information does dxkeeper capture about each QSO?

DXKeeper allows you to capture as many as 49 items of information about each QSO. Some, like the station’s callsign or the QSO’s start time, will always be of interest. Others, like the station’s grid square, may never be utilized. DXKeeper organizes these items into 6 groups: QSO items Auxiliaryitems QSL items Online QSL items Award items

How does dxkeeper use my Callsign?

DXKeeper uses your callsign to create a log file in the databases subfolder of its DXKeeper folder, and automatically opens that log. If you installed DXKeeper in the folder c:\\DXLab\\DXKeeper and your callsign is AA6YQ/KH6, for example, DXKeeper will create and open the file c:\\DXLab\\DXKeeper\\aa6yq-kh6.mdb.

Is dxkeeper safe to use?

Our built-in antivirus checked this download and rated it as 100% safe. DXKeeper is developed for Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10 environment, 32-bit version. The following versions: 15.2, 14.5 and 13.5 are the most frequently downloaded ones by the program users.

How many user-defined items can dxkeeper record?

DXKeeper can record up to 8 user-defined items with each QSO. This tab lets you specify a caption, style, alignment, and default value for each user-defined item. DXKeeper can generate a progress report based on each user-defined item.