Miscellaneous Windows

Here is a short overview of a few useful windows.

Search entities

Search the log for DXCC entities and the related QSOs.

The results from a search can be presented on a map: Menu–>QSO–>Show entities on map.

If there are QSOs shown in the table, the function Menu–>QSO–>Select stations using OQRS may also be helpful.

Search QSOs


Here you can execute complex log searches for QSOs. Once created, queries can be stored and recalled with a mouse click.
The log table header contains a contextual menu for selecting the entries to show.
If any QSOs have been selected in the table, the following menu options become available:

The search results can be saved in CSV or ADIF formats. To export only some of the QSOs please select them in the table. Otherwise, all the listed entries will be exported!

If there are QSOs shown in the table, the function Menu–>QSO–>Select stations using OQRS may also be helpful.

Band Map

The band map shows dx cluster spots near your trx frequency. The color-coding is similar to the DX spot window. Click on a callsign to transfer its data to the log entry area.
To remove an entry from the band map Cmd-click on the callsign.
Click in the band map for a quick QSY.

The contest module uses its own band map, see the contest section for further information.

DX List

This list shows the confirmation status on every band for all DXCC entities. It is shown as a sequence of three characters, each representing CW-Data-Phone:

Log Statistics


The following tables may be useful for award tracking:

These windows do not refresh after any changes to the log. To recalculate, close and reopen them.

The tables can be sorted by band by clicking in the table header. The tool tip shows the number of entries per band. To see it, move the mouse over a band column (not the column header) and wait for a moment.

When you move the mouse over a CQ or an ITU zone number the tool tip shows its related prefixes.

Grayline Map


This real-time map shows the positions of the Sun and the twilight zones. Click on the map to show the straight line paths from your location. You can see the map for other times and dates by entering them in the bottom-left.

Areas in Gray Line


This real-time table shows all areas in the current gray line. You can define your own areas. They will be shown on the large Map window in purple letters.

Activity of the Sun

Data from: N0NBH



A quick way to convert between grid squares (up to 10 digits) and coordinates. When you enter any of the coordinates the solar times for that location will be shown on the right-hand side.
To make comparisons easier, two sets of entry fields have been provided. This allows you to calculate exact data for distances and directions.

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