Ham log will allow user to log, delete or edit your amateur radio communication. It has user-friendly interface. So, if you love this app, please kindly to donate via email.
1. "Find Grid" feature. Just fill in correct latitude and longitude.
2. "Auto Time Sequence" feature for each log when using "Next" button. So, you don't need to add end time button to save the log.
3. "New Database" feature that support multiple QSO log.
4. "Contest" feature option when create new QSO log. Next you can export your log in "Cabrillo" format. The file will be named HamLog.log file and located in your HamLog folder.
5. "Set Database" feature for finding specific QSO log.
6. "Pending" feature to prevent lost QSO when you forgot to save it.
7. Auto fill function for the date and time. Just click the "Clock" button once.
8. Log multiple contacts just by using "Next" button function.
9. Now, you can use comma in the comment box.
10. Find "Local UTC" function. This feature do not require internet connection. You can also choose your local UTC manually.
11. Edit or replace the saved log.
12. Deleted the saved log.
13. Now, you can choose whether to fully reset the Ham Log or just import the log file.
14. All the log is saved in the HamLog app virtually. So do not clear your app cached data.
15. "Pop-Up List" for the radio mode.
16. "Find QSO" feature. Its have 3 major button. "Callsign" button which allow user to search via callsign. "Date" button that allow user to search via specific date. Lastly, is "All Dates" button which will list out all the saved dates. So, user just need to choose which date to review all the saved QSO for that date.
17. "Relist" feature. Just long click, "Callsign", "Date" or "All" button to relist again current database tag.
18. Detect "Dupe" feature. Now, you can know if the callsign entered is already is your log or not.
19. Auto QTH Locator will tell your latitude, longitude and and 6 digit maidenhead locator. Yet, it required your phone GPS function to be switched on first.
20. Export log in CSV file format. The file will be named 'HamLog_Export.csv' file and located in your HamLog folder.
21. Export log in ADIF format. The file will be named 'HamLog_A.adi' file and located in your HamLog folder.
22. Backup all your datas. Now, you can transfer all the datas from your HamLog app to another phone.
23. Restore your old datas. So before use this feature, you must copy 'HamLog_Restore.txt' file into your new handphone. Please make sure that file is added in HamLog folder located in the internal storage of your handphone.
[HOW TO SEARCH USING KEYWORDS]
1. User can search using three different symbols which are "*", "_" or "+".
2. Just add star "*" symbol after any keywords. This function allow user to find specific item that must have this one piece of text.
3. Just add underscore "_" symbol between two keywords. This function allow user to find specific item that must have this two pieces of text.
4. Just add plus "+" symbol between two keywords. This function allow user to find specific item that have one of this two pieces of text.
5. For dates must include separator symbol "/" or "-".
[HOW TO EXPORT ADIF FILE]
1. To use this feature, you must set your local UTC. Next, you will need to set ‘Start Log‘ number and ‘End Log‘ number. This number, you can get it in you ‘Find Log‘ page.
2. HamLog will convert your local time to UTC automatically. However there will be some problem related to date conversion.
3. So, in HamLogA.adi, there will be ‘Date Error‘ section which tell you how many date that you need to fix it by yourself.
4. HamLog has add clue how to change the data, whether you need to add 1 more day or subtract 1 more day. If the error printed is ‘-Err’, then you will need to subtract. If the error printed ‘+Err’, then you will need to add.
Ham log is fully designed by using MIT App Inventor 2. Regards, 9W2ZOW.