Banana Island, AF-037, Sierra Leone
10-21 January 2019.
Full info :https://9l2019dx.wordpress.com/
Added support to QARTest direct QSO import in Log4OM Communicator(Inbound settings, default port is 9458)
Added support to N1MM direct QSO import(UDP Broadgast -> CONTACT option in N1MM settings) in Log4OM Communicator(Inbound settings, default port 12060)
Added new CAT mode in settings (Source: N1MM – selection: External)
that overrides Omnirig and Hamlib (requires a running communicator instance)
Set autofocus over search fields of QSO Management and QSL Management forms
Added Aircraft Scatter in the propagation mode list and moved the whole list to external configuration file (propagation.csv)
MixW4 has a 15-day evaluation period, so you may try it before you buy it.
Unregistered version is fully functional, it only shows the UNREGISTERED window to the user.
BUG fixed: The Earth view does not show the direction on the callsign in the contest mode
BUG fixed: The grabber should not capture the callsign in a non-empty field
BUG fixed: Fields: Name, QTH not clear if new callsign is absent in QRZ base
BUG fixed: AUTOCQ macro does not work as expected
BUG fixed: Cancelling an ADIF file output creates a .adi file
BUG fixed: Macro <fq:+1.000>does not work</fq:+1.000>
BUG fixed: Mode RTTYM displays frequency in the RX Window
BUG fixed: Import log from MixW-3 puts data in wrong MixW4 log fields
BUG fixed: ADIF file load changes CNTY field data
BUG fixed: Update log entry with LoTW data. Dates incorrect
BUG fixed: MixW4 log search on country unreliable
BUG fixed: Unable to change QSO country
BUG fixed: Multiple RX windows change mode at the same time
BUG fixed: MixW4 crash whilst resizing 2nd Rx window
The color scheme of the Rx view is aligned with MixW3
Added choice of callsign for the grabber’s contour menu
CAT Kenwood commands processing improved
Always ON/OFF added to PTT RST/DTR CAT settings
Support RBN cluster
Band map added
Create bookmarks from DXCluster on waterfall
If you have problems with decoding, you need to close the RX window and re-open it.
We are working on it…
This version includes the following corrections/enhancements:
dec 21 2018
will again be active from Mbour,
From 20 February to 30 March 2019.
QRV on 20m CW, SSB & Digi.
QSL via HomeCall
is again active from
Juba, South Sudan
Activity on 80-10m, SSB & Digi.
Length of stay approx 6 months.
QSL via OM3JW, OQRS.
The FT8 and MSK144 protocols have been enhanced in a way that is not backward compatible with older program versions.
The new protocols become the world-wide standards starting
10 December, 2018,
and all users should upgrade to WSJT-X 2.0 by
1 January 2019.
After that date, only the new FT8 and MSK144 should be used on th
Moved resources to main Log4OM.com project website
Small adjustments in menu
Log4OM download resources moved to HTTPS
Country identification routine fixed and improved
User Callsign Lookup is now able to work also with main SCL files (for internal team management use, but available to everyone)
Forced ADIF export in UTF-8 format to comply with special codepages
Changed upload ADIF version towards LOTW to ADIF3
Improved Clublog exception search mechanism
The entire month of December several youngsters will become active with
as suffix in the callsign.
The idea for this is to show the amateur radio hobby to youth and to encourage youngsters to be active on the ham radio waves.
Give a demonstration in a school or local club, gather together with your friends, grab a pizza and make some QSOs or enjoy a great pile-up.
Let us all show this great hobby to the world!
Feel free to make a QSO with the youngsters, they are happy to get some attention and exchange information.
Licensed and unlicensed youth will be making QSOs, be aware this could be their first radio contact ever and give them a chance to experience a possible new hobby.