About the NAQCC SprintLogger
The NAQCC SprintLogger program was written by Ron, AC2C, as a service to the members of the club.
The program is very similar to the logging software that Ron wrote for the SKCC and anyone familiar with that logger should be able to very quickly master this program as well. It is custom designed to meet the needs of participants in our monthly NAQCC sprints with a format that perfectly supports our sprint exchange. Required membership data for stations worked is automatically filled in by the logger, your sprint score is tracked, and when the sprint is finished the software will produce a properly formatted log report that is ready for submission through our sprint autologger page. The logger has many other great features such as the ability to read or set the VFO-A value on a wide variety of supported rigs and to automatically enter it's value into the log. It can also produce an adif log file, backup log data, and so much more. A careful reading of the documentation listed below will show you just how much this great program can do.
Five versions of SprintLogger are available:
1) NAQCC Sprintlogger for Windows is designed to run on a computer with Windows 7 SP1 or later.
2) NAQCC SprintLogger for Macs will run on Apple OS X systems.
3) NAQCC SprintLogger for Windows XP will run on older Windows systems but future updates for this version may not be available.
4) NAQCC SprintLogger for Linux 32-bit
5) NAQCC SprintLogger for Linux 64-bit.
NAQCC SprintLogger Support
A special forum has been created on group.io where users of the logger can offer mutual help and support to each other. You should be able to get just about any of your questions answered there and it is strongly recommended that you join this group. Go to the group page to sign up."
You can also find some helpful information about the logger in an article by Jerry, K4KBL, in the January 2018 Newsletter.
NAQCC SprintLogger Downloads
The current version of SprintLogger is v01.00.03 created April 2018.
A Quick Start Guide (.pdf) can be found here.
The complete Users Guide (.pdf) can be found here.
The installation zip file for the modern Windows version can be downloaded here (10.4 MB). Be sure to read the Quick Start Guide before attempting to install the software!
The installation zip file for the Mac OS X version can be downloaded here (11.8 MB). Be sure to follow the instructions in the ReadMe file to install the software!
The installation zip file for the older Windows XP version can be downloaded here (4.4 MB). Be sure to read the Quick Start Guide before attempting to install the software!
The installation zip file for the Linux 32-bit version can be downloaded here (20.1 MB).
The installation zip file for the Linux 64-bit version can be downloaded here (19.9 MB).