Today we have a guest post from Craig (W1MSG) who is sharing some information about working the Amateur Radio satellites.Read More
This edition of Station Snapshot takes us to Minnesota and to the shack of Eric (N0XOC). Eric writes, “I’m a no-code general with a vanity callsign who’s just doing his part to put the amateur in amateur radio."Read More
Welcome to another edition of Station Snapshot. This time we will be visiting Craig (W1MSG) in Massachusetts. Craig is a self-described “avid Windows user for years” who has come just come over to the Mac platform and says “there is no looking back."Read More
Welcome to another edition of Station Snapshot. After a couple of visits with American stations, this time around we will be traveling back across the Atlantic to visit the station of Trevor (M6LDZ).Read More
Since MacHamRadio.com transitioned to our new web site, one of the most requested features has been the addition of an user Forum. Today I am pleased to announce that the MacHamRadio.com Discussion Forum has now gone live.Read More
Thomas Lindner (DL2RUM), the developer of RUMlog, RUMped and Relais, has released the latest version of his iOS logger RUMLog2Go.
Now at version 2.0.7, RUMLog2Go provides a full-capability logger on iOS for use with the iPad and iPhone platforms. Among the features are:
- Share a single log file between RUMlog and RUMlog2Go
- ADIF Import/Export
- Integrated DX Cluster
- Support for eQSL upload/download (iPad only)
- Rig control using Pigtail hardware (iPad only)
- Many more features detailed here
RUMLog2Go is available for $4.99 in the iTunes App Store
Information about Tom's other software for iOS and OS X is available at RUMSoft's website.
The major HF contest season is upon us, and I wanted to take a few moments to do a quick review of different contest logging software available to users of OS X. Whether you are a serious or casual contester, or someone who is just getting started with contesting, there is a logger that can meet your specific needs.Read More