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Plot selected VHF qso from log on DXATLAS
#1 Posted : Monday, May 5, 2014 10:43:16 AM(UTC)
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I use Logic log program and also Alex software DXATLAS since 15 years now .

I would be very happy if i could have the capability to plot some selected qso's from the log program into DXATLAS
with or without callsign to display.

By simply mark qso from the log and plot them has projection into DXATLAS .

Idealy would be very usefull that this selection for the plot are based from the entered grid squares for having a accurate plot for any
6M or VHF UHF opening to plot . That could be also DX or grid expeditions to plot .

Why using DXATLAS ?? because of his capability to plot on any kid of map and this including also has planisphere projection
what Google Earth navigator browser can't do for example .

Google earth can do that very great by using HRD but not has planisphere but DXATLAS can do that . That would be very great .

Under http://ve2xk.com by «Opening Map» i plot alot 6M opening qso's map by using HRD but i wish i could do the same with DXATLAS and Logic 9.
Again what i search is the planisphere projection by using DXATLAS .


73's Michel VE2XK
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, May 6, 2014 12:04:37 PM(UTC)

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Hello Michel,
I understand that if you would like a QSO from your logform is highlighted on the maps of DxAtlas.
I use DxAtlas for many years and currently use version 2.3 in conjunction with hamcap and ionoprobe.
I'll guarantee DxAtlas interfaced to Logic perfectly positions the location of the HAM you connected if, in the mainform, you also have the qth locator. Missing the Qth Locator the HAM location will be pointed in the center of own country.
This happens for all types of map.

73's de IKØCHU Mauro
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