Recent version of CQRLOG

Version 2.2.0

  • wsjt remote mode improvements (Saku, OH1KH)
  • CQ-monitor now remembers showing state (Saku, OH1KH)
  • "My Alert" is now compared oppsite way: This should fit also compound callsign XX/YOURCALL or YOURCALL/XX (Saku, OH1KH)
  • CQ-monitor: Country names (cut to length 15) are now displayed instead of callsign prefixes. (Saku, OH1KH)
  • "Show only active band" checkbox addec to Band map filter for quick access. (Saku, OH1KH)
  • "Re/Set" button added to Export "Choose fields to export" dialog for set/reset all check boxes in one go. (Saku, OH1KH)
  • a lot of CQ monitor improvements (Saku, OH1KH)
  • remote wsjt: Short cut key Ctrl+J (Saku, OH1KH)
  • help files updated (Saku, OH1KH)
  • Voice keyer works now also with FM and AM modes and also from CWkeys windows. (Saku, OH1KH)
  • QSO in QSO list window can be sorted in ascending date/time order (oldes QSO first). (Jörg, DL8DTL)
  • CQRLOG should work correcly on HiDPI monitors
  • 630M definition was missing in some functions (Saku, OH1KH)
  • ADIF upload didn't work when name or QTH were too long

Ubuntu 16.04, 17.10, 18.04 users can use CQRLOG’s repository on Launchpad. To add repository to your system, put into terminal this:

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ok2cqr/ppa;sudo apt-get update;sudo apt-get install cqrlog

For those who does not use Ubuntu, there are Debian (not compatible with recent Ubuntu releases!) packages:

Source code:

Complete application directory for other distributions:

The binaries should work in any distribution. Please don't forget to install MySQL server, MySQL client, Hamlib libraries and if LoTW support is desired, trustedqsl package and libssl-devel must be installed.