All of LOGic's features -- Spotting, Awards Tracking, Info
Center, Rig & Rotor control, Gray Line, QSL printing and management, and
QSL Manager's database -- work together to make LOGic the DXer's dream.
When you log a station or see him in LOGic's
spot log, you will know instantly if you need him
on a particular band or mode. You can see at a glance his name and QTH ,
details of all your past QSOs, if you have his QSL or are waiting for
it. LOGic interfaces to the
HB9BZA Logbook of
the World database. See instantly if the station uses LoTW. If he does, you
can expect a rapid confirmation.
LOGic features an Azimuthal-equidistant map centered on your
QTH. It shows gray line, sun position, QTH of station being worked, and
plots of worldwide spot activity. Zoomable for VHF work. Create map graphics
to use with other programs.
The Gray Line report shows all DXCC countries that are on
the gray line, and what is the best time to try to work them.
The QSLs Needed for Award report displays all QSOs
for worked but unconfirmed entities. This shows you where to concentrate
your efforts in re-sending QSLs. Many new LOGic customers are pleasantly
surprised when they easily confirm several new countries without working
through a single pileup.
The SubawardTM feature
tracks QRP DXCC just as easily as regular DXCC.
Short and long beam headings are shown, as well as return
headings, which permit you to tell the other station how to point his
antenna towards you.
Control for up to four rotors, with automatic selecton and
offset based on frequency. Band switch support is included.
The Units Conversion calculator allows you to converse
with a DX station using terms that are familiar to him. Tell him your
temperature in Celsius or how far you are from a major city in Kilometers.