CheckLog is new powerful open analytical system for HAM Radio, implemented as an multi-tool to proceed QSOs after a period of air activity. It provides many operations with the accumulated data, to improve and grew up the results of a HAM 's air contacts.
CheckLog helps the operator to proceed in an automatic mode to:
CheckLog is still dynamically develops. System consists of a stable kernel (the head program) and a set of plug-ins. Plug-ins pool is extending time to time by developer, user can choose itself those from them which will apply in work. It has open Plug-in API, for possibility to develop user’s own plug-ins with the API and a proper instrumental system (Embarcadero Architect, Visual Studio and so on). The system realizes simple and easily readable user interface (find examples of logbooks, callbook, and statistics). It uses the platform of Windows (XP/Professional and following versions).
Using CheckLog, any user can execute very difficult schemes of data processing, applying simple step-by-step recipes. Here’s only some of them:
User manuals in Russian (in an actual state), the replenished "Cook Book", and also history of creation and discussion of system is available to participants of https://groups.google.com/d/forum/checklog group. Membership requires registration with real name and surname, HAM callsign is not necessary. Note: English documentation is under construction, sorry (maybe coming soon).
It is possible to download the software of system (both productive, and free trial versions) from this site.
The productive version requires an activation key (one for each call sign; for example, R2ADF, R2ADF/9, R2ADF/1/QRP, EW/R2ADF require only one key).
Free unlimited keys of the productive version are provided on demand to children's club radio stations (for one club callsign) and to short-wave listeners (SWL). For a period of two weeks the temporary activation key can be once provided to any HAM for test purposes (one key – for one personal callsign, on demand). Unlimited keys are provided for all other HAMs after a donation to the author on the purpose of further development.
It is convenient to send inquiries of activation keys through this official site (see "Activation Keys" page), or by E-Mail (in this case it is necessary to report us your callsign, e-mail address, name and surname – for further communication).
Author of CheckLog System – Dmitry Rechkin (R2ADF).