° Runs on 98SE and later OS, with post contest log entry.
° Logs ARRL VHF/UHF `big 4` contests, Sprints etc.
° Use GenLog for other VHF/UHF contests plus hundreds of HF/DIG/QRP/State contests.
° Logs Rover QSOs as Call/R. Logging without the mouse.
° DVK - Plays wave files w/repeat and PTT control.
  · Call the working station in your voice.
  · DVK over-ride functions.
° CW keyer - Memory and keyboard CW, w/repeat and PTT.
  · Software swap of DTR and RTS COM connections.
  · Supports Real COM ports, USB and USB to serial converters.
° Windows style Help system. ° Displays US grid maps.
° Distance and bearing from real time 6-digit grid calculations, and from 6-digit lookup.
° Works with PstRotator to control your rotator - from the typed in grid.
° Transverter offsets, IF frequency and dial calibration delta is displayed.
° Controls a band decoder or N3FTI's interface. See a decoder pix.
  · Win7 Win8 band switching is supported using a USB I/O controller board.
° Supports export of ADIF files.  ° Displays your favorite beacon frequencies.
° Use KM Rover for the `Big 4` ARRL VHF/UHF contests in the rover category.
° Auto UTC offset. Just in case, adjust the UTC hour in your log using UTC Time.
° Uses `good calls` and band activity files made from your own LOG files using LOGSORT.
° Has master callsign lookup using K9PW`s file {vhf4k.adi} that I update periodically.
° Optional selection of your own ADIF file (must be in vhf4k.adi format).
° Writes an ASCII Log file or Cabrillo file.

Although the data files supplied contain `good calls`, band activity and 6-digits from the NE part of the U.S., VHF LOG can be setup using data from your local activity area. Use the supplied application LOGSORT to make your own bands to be worked file. The Pack Rat club roster (cklist.dat) can also be replaced with you own local roster using CheckList. Download the CheckList app. In addition, the logger also uses {ck2list.dat} - a file of frequently work stations w/ op`s name.

To increase local activity and insure that stations work each other on as many bands as possible, stations in the NE part of the country follow an activity clock. The logger displays the activity band every hour. The 4 activity data files can be tailored to any part of the country.