HRD Logbook is a powerful ham radio QSO logging software program within Ham Radio Deluxe. It is both a complete DX operations center, as well as a fantastic general purpose logger. With powerful features, HRD Logbook is ideally positioned to be the only centralized logger you will need.
Beginning with a robust database engine, Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook screams operating convenience. Everything you need is conveniently arranged on one user interface.
Packed with features, it is the ideal shack accessory for everyone from the novice rag-chewer to the most accomplished paper-hanger.
It becomes a DXer's best asset. Keep track of all important amateur contact information in your log with the click of a mouse.
Look up name, QTH, and other important information about your amateur contacts in your log using a variety of online and offline sources. Interface with the popular QRZ.com call sign database (subscription required), or a free look up service.
Logbook also interfaces with DX Spider cluster servers for spotting the rare ones. The Bandmap feature graphically displays spots within a band with up to 10 bands visible at once.
With just a click of a mouse, swing your beam to the DX station’s heading.
Once you have the rare DX in your ham radio log, integration Logbook of the World (LOTW) is easy. Obtain your callsign certificate from the ARRL, install Trusted QSL (TQSL), and you are ready to upload your QSOs to your LOTW account. Easy!
Downloading from LoTW is just as simple. In fact, Logbook interfaces with many popular electronic logging and electronic QSL services, including eQSL, HRDLog, and ClubLog. Logbook keeps track of many popular awards too.
Visit our YouTube channel for helpful videos on "Keeping a Log. "
The ARRL has a great resource that describes the reasons for logging. You can find that article by clicking here.
The Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook Setup can be found in our online manual by clicking here.
Ham Radio Deluxe Videos and Screenshot Images
Here's a video that demonstrates how to apply for DXCC awards using Ham Radio Deluxe Logbook and LOTW.
Here's a video that demonstrates how to use WSJT-X with Ham Radio Deluxe to log FT4, FT8, and other recent digital modes.
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