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KLog 0.9.2 comes with some new features

This new release of KLog comes with some new features. There is no “Killer” feature but it adds some new things… and some of them are not known for me in any other logging software today.

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  • KLog now support realtime upload/edition/removal of QSO with ClubLog.
  • KLog cluster client warns you if the spot you are seeing is a needed one for the DXMarathon edition of this year, so you can easily increase your DX-Marathon score!
  • The autocomplete option is now working so if you have previously worked a station, KLog will suggest you some data coming from previous QSO.

This is the Changelog this time, you will see it is a long one:

August-2015 – 0.9.2
– Bugfix: An ADIF file with one blank line and one QSO used to froze KLog.
– Bugfix: Minor bugfix in the definition of propagation modes.
– BugFix: When editing a QSO the name was not shown.
– BugFix: STX_String field was not always imported properly.
– BugFix: Fixed a minor bug in log table regarding the prop_mode foreign key.
– BugFix: Improved the color & status shown of a QSO on the DXCC.
– BugFix: DXCluster: Fixed a bug that caused the colors to appear always as new one.
– BugFix: DXCluster: The option to show only not confirmed was not working correcty.
– BugFix: IOTA reference was not saved when entering a QSO.
– BugFix: BIGCTY.DAT was not properly download in KLog first start.
– GUI: Added some shortcuts in the preference widget.
– GUI: DXCluster: Add a suggestion to hit enter if no password is expected for the cluster. (tnx AA5VI)
– GUI: DXCluster: Warns you if the spot is needed for the current year DX-Marathon
– GUI: Added a Propagation Mode Combobox.
– GUI: Prop_Mode combobox automatically goes to SAT if sat name or sat mode are defined.
– GUI: Added a Find DX-QSL requested option.
– Added the 630M & 13CM bands.
– Updated Mode & submode definition up to ADIF 3.0.4.
– Special CQ & ITU zones in some calls are now identified.
– KLog is able to import QSOs with no BAND field if FREQ field is present.
– KLog offers the user a default value if RST_TX or RST_RX field is not present when importing.
– Support of realtime upload, modification & removal of a single QSO to/from ClubLog.org.
– Updated the DB with the PROP_MODE options.
– Improved the way KLog manages & shows the bands & modes.
– Removed the option to choose to run in memory or file in the start wizard. KLog will run always using a file for the DB.
– Added an auto complete option to auto-complete info (QTH, Locator, Name, QSL Manager & IOTA) from previously worked QSO.
– Cleared the world.cpp file.
– Some minor performance improvements.

Today, KLog is translated into Spanish & English. If you can help me translating into another language or coding KLog please contact me I will welcome you in the KLog team!

Enjoy KLog, the Linux, OSX & Windows free hamradio logging software.

KLog 0.9.1.1: Quick bugfix

As other times… Murphy arrives and just after the release I have found a small bug.

So, as I had my computer still on, I fixed it and released again.

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The bug was only afecting satellite QSO and it is now fixed.

KLog 0.9.1: Managing several logs

Managing several logs is the main new feature of this release of KLog.

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KLog can manage several logs at once an the user may add/edit/delete different logs. I.e one per contest or DX expeditions, years, … different calls, …

I have also made the ADIF compatible with LOTW when including satellite QSO and a minor improvement on DX-Marathon support.

This is the Changelog this time:

April-2015 – 0.9.1
– Bugfix: Fixed DataBase::getBandIdFromFreq it was not ansswering properly.
– Now checks if band & frequency are coherent before adding a QSO. Band wins.
– All Satellite QSO include the PROP_MODE ADIF tag to make it compatible with LOTW.
– Improved the DXMarathon code.
– GUI: Added basic Satellite support.
– GUI: It is possible to mark a QSL sent via bureau/direct & DX QSL as requested with one action from Search box.
– GUI: KLog request a valid QRZ and at least one first logtype to start using it.
– KLog supports the management of several logs, being possible to edit, remove and select the one to use.

Today, KLog is translated into Spanish & English. If you can help me translating into another language, please contact me.

 

Enjoy KLog, the Linux, OSX & Windows free hamradio logging software.

Montando un Kit de Software Defined Radio

[Este apunte lo tenía escrito, como borrador desde hace unos meses]

Hace tiempo que perseguía la web de KB9YIG con la esperanza de comprar un Kit de SDR. Salen de vez en cuando 10-30 unidades y a las pocas horas, días como mucho, se agotan así que hay que estar atento.

Un anuncio en el foro de URE me dió la alerta y conseguí un “SoftRock RXTX Ensemble Transceiver Kit”: Un transceptor de 1W, que puedes montar para que funcione en un conjunto de bandas de HF: 160m, 80m/40m, 40m/30m/20m, 30m/20m/17m or 15m/12m/10m.

Así que tras unos días de espera (unos 10-15) me llegaron dos sobres con los componentes, la placa de circuito impreso, los conectores, …

Hay unas instrucciones de montaje en la web de WB5RVZ que son bastante sencillas de seguir.

El kit se monta por bloques que se van probando antes de pasar al siguiente.

Ensemble RXTX

La mayoría de los componentes son componentes discretos, convencionales aunque también hay algunos componentes de montaje superficial: condensadores y circuitos integrados.

Para los SMD necesitas un poco más de experiencia con el soldador ya que algunos son especialmente pequeños; hay que tener una buena punta en el soldador y buen pulso!!

Además, hay que cablear bobinas y transformadores así que hay un poco de todo.

En resumen, un buen kit, de momento el montaje es entretenido y va funcionando aunque aun no he llegado ni a la mitad!

Un puzzle recomendado para los aficionados a la electrónica.

KLog 0.9.0.3: A bugfix release with several upgrades

Today I am releasing KLog 0.9.0.3.

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This is not a major release although it is fixing some bugs and adding some more features.

Check what Changelog os showing and feel free to contact me to suggest any feature you are missing or report any bug you may find.

Remember that we have two mailing list for KLog and you can subscribe to take part in the discussions.
You can find the information regarding the mailing lists, in the mailing list page of KLog.

January-2015 – 0.9.0.3

– Bugfix: ADIF was not properly imported when Fields where using the Type of data optional field preventing logs from Logger32 being imported. (TNX EB1TR)
– Bugfix: QSL Sent/Received status in the search box were switched.
– Bugfix: CTY.CSV was not updated if the file was already existing.
– Bugfix: Entity DB was not updated when CTY.CSV was updated.
– Bugfix: Search results showed the default Station Callsign if non was in the QSO. This lead to errors if QRZ was not the default.
– KLog recognizes now .ADIF files (instead of only .ADI).
– KLog shows now the WAZ status.
– Added a very basic support of DX Marathon (http://www.dxmarathon.com/).
– DXCluster filters are now working.
– The user can manually assign the DXCC entity for a DX.
– Improved the function to update the DB from one release to the following.
– DB file is compressed everytime KLog finishes.
– It is possible to find QSL pending to receive.
– It is possible to modify entities data in the World Editor in preferences.
– It is possible to choose in preferences whether to keep my Data Tab from one QSO to the next or not.
– GUI: A tooltip is shown in the search results showing the DXCC name / CQ zone.
– GUI: Added a button to rescore awards.
– GUI: Added a button to update the search Box without modifying the text.
– GUI: Updates Bearing/distance/… when changing Locator.
– GUI: When the QRZ lineedit is blank or the clear button is clicked, entity info is deleted (beam, distance, …).
– GUI: The IOTA continent is updated when the QRZ is modified.
– GUI: DXCluster input is disabled when not connected.
– GUI: Corrected the behaviour of the status bar.
– GUI: Added primary & secondary subdivisions in the Others Tab.
– Some other minor fixes.

KLog 0.9.0.2 released: Quick bug fix release

I have just released KLog 0.9.0.2.
It is a quick bugfix release fixing two different bugs.

The changelog shows:

November-2014 – 0.9.0.2
– Bugfix: Right-click on search result sometimes caused KLog to crash.

November-2014 – 0.9.0.1
– Bugfix: Selected DX-Cluster servers were not used to connect. (TNX DL6FBS)

Enjoy KLog and report any bug you may find!

Kontest 0.0.2-alpha (Qt4 backport) windows installer

I think I have it.

I have fixed the bug in the windows installer package of Kontest.

The package showed an error “Driver not loaded” just when the database was created so, thanks to Google I found the fix in the great stackoverflow.

So, in a few words, just add a sqldrivers folder and copy the qsqlite4.dll file in it before creating the package and you will have it!

I have done some (just a few, to be honest!) tests in a clean windows virtual host and it worked like a charm so I hope it is OK for most of the systems out there.

You can find the file http://sourceforge.net/projects/kontest/files/ in the same place as the previous days.

As always, thank you for testing and sending the bug reports!

 

Kontest 0.0.1-alpha or KLog 1-alpha: New alpha release

I have rewritten completely KLog into a new software, Kontest. The name is something still to be defined so if you have any preference, please tell me what you think! Today it is called Kontest, because I wanted to give KLog contest capabilities.

Today, let me call KLog to the previous software and Kontest to the new one, so we can understand each other. 🙂

What’s new with Kontest?

My first intention was to provide all the functionalities of KLog into Kontest, before releasing, to try to avoid the maintenance of two different software packages, however, there are some differences:

  • The main difference between KLog and Kontest is that Kontest can be run in Linux, OSX and Windows.
  • Kontest uses an sqlite database and can be executed in memory or in a file, providing speed or security of your data, you choose!
  • Kontest has an improved GUI, with some more fields to manage data.

What about the contest capabilities?
Even ifKontest has been designed to allow an “easy” integration of new contest from the developer point of view although today it is not supporting ANY contest…

My intention was to provide all the KLog functionalities first, and once the day-to-day logging is working as KLog, I will start working on the contest capabilities.

What can I do now?

  • First of all, remember that this is an ALPHA release so it may (I should use will) have many bugs. Don’t trust this software to be your only logging software (yet) and know that you can loose your data!! I am just releasing this version because I believe in the RERO development philosophy.
  • Join the mailing list. We will use the KLog’s mailing list. So please, subscribe and send all the bugs and suggestions you have.
  • Help with the development. You can join me to create the best multiplatform hamradio logging software we can.

So, how can I download Kontest?

Today, you can only download Kontest from Sourceforge.

Check the following link for the downloads:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/kontest/files/

That’s all.

Again, don’t hesitate to report any bug and/or suggestion you may have.

I hope you will enjoy Kontest!

KLog 0.6.2 released

Yet another bug fix release has been published.

The new KLog 0.6.2 has four bug fixes and some minor GUI updates.

DOWNLOAD:
Download KLog 0.6.2 from:

The Debian package has been already uploaded to the Debian servers.

November-2013 – 0.6.2

  • Bug fixed: Under some conditions, KLog crashes when entering a new QRZ. (TNX LW1EQI).
  • Bug fixed: IOTA data was not properly cleared when clicking the Cancel button.
  • Bug fixed: QSL combobox content was not properly managed. (TNX DF4FH).
  • Bug (gui) fixed: IOTA continent is now “automagically” detected… again (a bug prevented this functionality).
  • GUI updated: You can click on RX or TX Frequency buttons to copy the frequency to the other one.
  • GUI updated: You can select eQSL in the QSL combobox as an option to mark the QSL information of a QSO.
  • GUI updated: Two new shortcuts: CTRL+W: deletes the current QSO. CTRL+Q: to (quick)edit the last QSO added.
  • GUI updated: Minor tab reorder.

I hope you enjoy KLog!

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KLog 0.6.0 released… 10 years of KLog and some news…

KLog is now 10 years old!! Wow time goes really fast! 🙂

Last release of KLog was one year ago… and this release is not adding many things… Bug fix as last one.
However… does it mean that KLog is dead?
Not it is not. 🙂

During this time I have been rewriting ALL KLog and now, the new software can be compiled for Windows and (probably) OSX (although I have still not tested OSX).
Of course… the new code will be released for Linux, as today !!
The idea behind this is making available the free software I am doing for more hams.

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