CQRLOG is an advanced ham radio logger based on MySQL database. Provides radio control based on hamlib libraries (currently support of 140+ radio types and models), DX cluster connection, online callbook, a grayliner, internal QSL manager database support and a most accurate country resolution algorithm based on country tables created by OK1RR. CQRLOG is intended for daily general logging of HF, CW & SSB contacts and strongly focused to easy operation and maintenance. More details in About section. You can write your own review of the CQRLOG for Linux at eHam.net.
New users: Use your ham radio call sign as user name while creating your new account! It is our only proof of your validity. Attempts without a valid ham radio call sign will be deleted immediately without any warning!
Incorrectly resolved DXCC are often subject of a discussion. Problems are mostly with a call from US posessions (AH0U, KH2D, KP4Q etc. They ae very easy to solve - just press F11 and the entry correctly changes to USA and the state. Also you will see the County field filled with county information. This works with Callbook support defined, pointing to HamQTH.com which is connected to the FCC database and should be always actual.
I highly recommend to check any call from US posessions with F11!
One of unique CQRlog features is the Membership tracking. Our list of trackable Membership has now 120 clubs, each one must be maintained to keep it useful. It is a lot of work which is almost invisible unless the user tracks a particular club. We are unable to keep up-to-date all 120 Membership lists so any help is highly appreciated. Our sincere thanks go to Dan, WA4GSD, Karlheinz, DK8KK and last but not least Din, PA0DIN who publishes twice a year a VHSC Newsletter with VHSC/SHSC/EHSC news.
After really long time we have new version of CQRLOG. There are tons of bugfixes and log of improvements done mosty by Saku, OH1KH and others. More in Download section. Deb packages for Ubuntu 18.04, 19.04 and 19.10 are already on Launchpad.
Some membership list maintainers publishing their list complete, including SWL IDs (when they can join the Club). Although SWLs mostly do count, you can't work them. Adding of incoming SWL QSL cards to your log file is not a very good idea because such record will 'skew' other statistics. SWL IDs in Membership lists is a matter for consideration - it does not harm anything but will never appear in lists (award applications etc.) produced by CQRlog.
New version of CQRLOG was released long time ago. I'm very busy with my daily job and don't have much time to be on the air or developing CQRLOG. Fortunately we have Saku, OH1KH and others who still send pull requests. Thank you guys!
At the 2018 RSGB Convention it was announced a further 6 new IOTA groups would be added to the IOTA Directory. As follows: EU-192 SM – Kataja Island (Finland/Sweden), OC-297 FO – Morane Atoll (Tuamotu, French Polynesia), NA-249 KP3 – Puerto Rico’s Coastal Islands, NA-250 KL – Yakutat County Group, Coastal Groups (Alaska), AS-204 R0F – Kuril’skiye Island North and AS-205 R0X – Bering Sea Coast East.