DXtreme Monitor Log 12 released

Our flagship logging program for monitors and listeners, DXtreme Monitor Log 12 lets you log stations throughout the radio spectrum and take advantage of advanced features that can make your radio and TV monitoring experiences more enjoyable.

Features like:

Your choice of country format: NASWA Countries or ARRL Entities.

The Schedule Checker™, whose colorful grid helps you find broadcast stations to monitor, tells you whether to monitor a station for a new or verified country, and imports Aoki, EiBi, and FCC AM schedules with filters and sort options to display information the way you want. A “Now” setting lets you see what’s on the air right now with automatic schedule refresh hourly.

Integration with optional Afreet Band Master whose graphical interface helps you find amateur radio (ham) stations to monitor, and tells you whether to monitor a station for a verified country per band or across bands.

Through integration with optional Afreet Ham CAP, runs short- and long-path propagation predictions from the following windows: Schedule CheckerMonitor LogCountries, and Transmitter Sites.

An editable Modes module, which lets you log and track all kinds of modes, especially those exotic digital modes like STANAG 4285 or MIL-STD-188-141A. When your radio reports a mode of SSB, for example, you can change the mode to log the actual digital mode.

Rig Control via optional integration with Afreet Omni-Rig and/or these popular SDR applications:

We connected an SDRplay RSP1 to SDRunoHDSDR, and SDR Console for testing during development. Customers report using Airspy R2, SDRplay RSP1 and RSP2, and Elad® FDM-S2. See the rig control topics in the Product Summary or Data Sheet for more information about SDR integration.

A powerful user interface with customizable font attributes and foreground and background colors for data and text display, making it easy to view schedules on the Schedule Checker, log entries on the Last Log Entries grid, text in the Content Tabs and Script Editor windows, and data on Report and Module windows.

Social Media posting of your catches.

Reception Report and SWL and Address Label creation for obtaining QSLs from all kinds of stations — beacons, hams, MW, SW, utilities, and more.

eQSL.cc Integration for obtaining eQSLs from amateur radio operators, including the following Data Import, Update, and Upload facilities that support amateur radio monitoring activities:

  • Import Log From ADIF (non-ham activities too)
  • Update From eQSL.cc Inbox
  • Batch Upload to eQSL.cc Outbox

Improv Imaging™ for capturing on your screen, scanning from your image scanner, or pasting from the Clipboard images you want to associate with log entries — such as screen captures of stations received on digital applications and more.

QSL Imaging™ for scanning, capturing, and viewing incoming QSL cards and electronic QSLs.

Performance Reporting, an array of reports that let you gauge the performance of your monitoring station. The use of Styles gives you more control than ever before over colors, fonts, and other appearance attributes. DarkGray, and Light styles come with the software and you can edit and create as many style files as you want. Reports can be viewed locally or uploaded to the Web for remote access by you and your friends.

Integration with optional Afreet DX Atlas for producing azimuth plots from the Schedule Checker and pin maps of report data. An auto-plot feature produces simultaneous azimuth plots for all scheduled stations.

And that’s not all.

To learn more:


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