RUMlog – the DXer’s choice – version 5.0 released
New in 5.0:
- ON6DP database support removed (No new updates for years now)
- County + Prefix tables added Menu–>Window–> …
- Name + QTH logging fields added
- DX-Marathon markings per band added
- Multiple Editing of QSOs added – i.e. useful to enter a note for a batch of QSOS
- Multiple HamQTH lookups added to fill the log automatically Menu–>QSO–>Fill log with HamQTH.com data
- User can enter default values for Power and QSO Note for ADIF and RUMped imports
- More information printed now on paper QSLs for SAT QSOs
- Multiple eQSL QTH Nicknames are possible: Enter all QTHs in the eQSL preferences separated by a comma. Select the desired QTH in the “eQSL In Window”
- Option added to export the log csv formatted. In the Search Window select save as “Text File” or “Clipboard” and set the Option “Save as CSV” later on.
- SdrDx support
- Use of the K7PT Unique Callsign Database (Originally used for HRD) This will update your dxcc.rsd database automatically!
- Direct link to HamQTH.com or qrz.com Just klick the call sign in the data table
- US-County database added –> for a W, KL7 or KH6 QSO enter the State and select the County from the Contextual menu
- Real time Clublog support
- PSK with K3 only
RUMlog includes calculations, routines, tables and an interactive gray line map to support the user in gray line dxing.
Using RUMlog you can print QSL card and address labels on your favorite label size and manage your incoming paper QSLs. The Logbook of The World (LoTW) and eQSL are fully supported, and you can create files for the Global QSL service very quick. You can get different statistics for paper- or LoTW QSLs. It’s just a mouse click to upload or download new QSLs to/from eQSL or LoTW.
RUMlog can use the K7PT dx activity and QSL manager database to inform you about current dx activities and it can build and use an own manager and IOTA database, extracting the information from dx-cluster spots. Provisions are made to query the qrz.com online library. Save the retrieved data into the Mac’s address book.
RUMlog keeps you up to date about worked, confirmed or missing DXCCs and provides you with country lists and detailed statistics. Quick log searches or more detailed log queries and export routines are possible.
RUMlog can establish multiple dx-cluster connection via the internet or to your local skimmer. A simple terminal is integrated for a Packet Radio connection. RUMlog will separate DX-spots and alert you via e-mail or Growl when there is a ,new one’ DXCC or IOTA spotted. Multiple interactive band maps virtualize activities on the air. LoTW users are identified in dx-spots.
RUMlog can interface with two transceivers, setting the main parameter on your TRX from the logbook or vice versa. Kenwood, Elecraft, Yaesu, Icom and TenTec transceivers are supported. More controls are provided for the Elecraft K3.
RUMlog has import and export functions to allow exchange of log data in different formats to other logging tools.
RUMlog can interface with Google Maps (Web-Browser based) and Google Earth. (Must be installed on your computer)
Except the DXCC statistics, RUMlog tracks the most interesting areas of the world for the most important awards: IOTA islands, CQ zones, ITU zones, Grid Squares, US States, US Counties, German DOKs and more.
Work CW, RTTY and other digital QSOs direct in the RUMlog application, using cocoaModem as interface. The data (log + trx) exchange with fldigi is supported. The WinKeyer and few microHAM devices are supported.
RUMlog interacts with Clublog and keeps your online log synchronized in real time.