DXtreme Monitor Log 12™
Our Flagship Logging Program for Radio Monitoring Enthusiasts
Lets you log stations throughout the radio spectrum.
Your choice of country format: NASWA Countries or ARRL Entities.
Schedule Checker™ helps you find broadcast stations to monitor. Integration with optional Afreet Band Master helps you find ham stations.
Its editable Modes module makes tracking all kinds of modes, especially exotic digital modes like STANAG 4285 and MIL-STD-188-141A, possible.
Rig Control via Afreet Omni-Rig and certain SDR applications.
Reception Report creation for requesting QSLs from broadcast and utility stations. eQSL.cc Integration for requesting eQSLs from hams.
Improv Imaging™ and QSL Imaging™ for scanning, capturing, and viewing screen shots, documents, QSLs, and eQSLs.
Performance Reports to track the performance of your monitoring station, including integration with optional Afreet DX Atlas for plot and pin maps.
DXtreme Station Log 14™
Our Logging Program for Amateur Radio Operators
Provides traditional log entry and ADIF Import.
Plus JT Log Entry Processing with its management of native WSJT-X and JTDX worked-before notifications as you perform Station Log-centric logging.
The DX Spot Checker™, with your choice of Rich Site Feed or Grid Feed, shows DX spots and indicates DXCC/VUCC status based on your database.
Support for Logbook of the World, including your choice of Automatic or Semiautomatic Uploads, capture of LoTW QSO Record Status, processing of Incoming LoTW QSLs, and indication of when other LoTW users last updated.
Rig Control via integration with Afreet Omni-Rig.
Improv Imaging™ and QSL Imaging™ for scanning, capturing, and viewing screen shots, documents, QSLs, LoTW QSLs, and eQSLs.
Performance Reports to track the performance of your Amateur station, including integration with optional Afreet DX Atlas for plot and pin maps.
Essential Data Entry: Our Answer to Digitizing Your Paper Logbooks
The goal of DXtreme Interchange is to digitize your paper logbooks (or other non-ADIF sources) as quickly as possible using a combination of dictation, type, and paste while adhering to the idiom less is more: the less data you enter, the more quickly your logs will be digitized into ADIF-based project files that can be imported into DXtreme Station Log, other ADIF-supporting ham logging programs, and DXtreme Monitor Log.
Importing Interchange project files into DXtreme applications provides additional benefits. You can configure DXtreme Station Log and DXtreme Monitor Log to fill in the blanks automatically as you import with default values from their many modules (modules like Rigs, Antennas, Accessories, Preferences, etc.). Plus, you can revisit your imported log entries in those DXtreme applications later to add even more data.
Editable project record schemas let you set dictation, type, and paste field orders that match the field orders of your paper logbooks, contest sheets, and other non-ADIF sources.
DXtreme ... More Than Just An Attitude™
Since 1995, DXtreme Software™ has been producing powerful and easy-to-use logging applications for all kinds of radio enthusiasts. It is our mission to enhance your radio operating and monitoring experience by making it easy and fun to enter your loggings, record audio archives of the stations you've worked or heard, and maintain a digital repository of your treasured QSLs!
Thank you for visiting our site and for considering us as your logging software vendor!
What People Are Saying and Writing About...
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"DXtreme Releases New Station Log Software"
"DXtreme Software™ has released DXtreme Station Log 12, a new upgrade to its popular logging program for amateur radio operators. The new features include:
"Automatic Logbook of the World (LoTW) upload: Users can set Station Log 12 so it uploads each log entry to LoTW automatically when added, capturing and saving QSO Record Status from the LoTW server as part of the process. Modified log entries can be uploaded as well.
"LoTW Reporting: Users can perform searches and run reports filtered by LoTW QSO Record Status or by LoTW QSL Record Status, which indicates the date of each LoTW QSL record processed by DXtreme’s LoTW QSL Update Utility.
"JT65A and JT9 Contact Pre-fill: Users can re-fill the Station Log window with log information from a JT65A or JT9 contact completed on WSJT-X or JT65-HF-HB9HQX Edition.
"Quick Find: Search quickly for a station in [the] log. If the call is in the log, a list of QSOs with it appears on a popup window. If desired, the list of log entries can be loaded into the Station Log window for viewing or editing, one log entry at a time.
"Improv Imaging: Lets users associate adhoc images with their log entries. Users can capture, scan, or paste any image and save it as a single-page .jpg, or single- or multipage .tif."
"Automatic LoTW Upload and Reporting ... JT65A/JT9 Pre-fill ... Improv Imaging"
"DXtreme Software™ has released a new version of its popular logging program for Amateur Radio operators: DXtreme Station Log 12.
"New features in DXtreme Station Log 12:
"Automatic LoTW Upload Users can set Station Log 12 so it uploads each log entry to LoTW automatically when added. Modified log entries can be uploaded as well. If desired, users can disable automatic uploading and can upload log entries to LoTW semiautomatically and manually in batches whenever they want to.
"LoTW Reporting Users can perform searches and run reports filtered by LoTW QSO Record Status, which indicates whether log entries are On, or Not On, the LoTW server following upload or QSL-updating. Users can also perform searches and run reports filtered by LoTW QSL Record Status, which indicates the date of each LoTW QSL record processed by DXtreme’s LoTW QSL Update Utility.
"JT65A and JT9 Contact Pre-fill Right-clicking the New button presents a shortcut menu that lets users pre-fill the Station Log window with log information from a JT65A or JT9 contact completed on WSJT-X or JT65-HF-HB9HQX Edition.
"Quick Find A box on the Station Log toolbar lets users type a call sign and press Enter to search quickly for a station in their log.
"Improv Imaging Lets users associate adhoc images with their log entries. Improv images popular with users include signals on a spectrum analyzer or waterfall, QSOs conducted on Amateur Television and data applications, and rigs and antennas used during contacts."
"Integration With Ham CAP ... Direct Tuning ... Social Media Posting ... Last Log Entries Window ... WAS Analytics"
"New features include integration with Afreet's Ham CAP propagation prediction software; direct tuning from the Station Log window; social media posting of log entries; a resizable Last Log Entries window; and WAS Analytics for managing ARRL Worked All States awards.
"DX Spot Checker queries the Station Log database and alerts the operator to spots needed for DXCC or VUCC awards. Multimedia functions let users listen to previous contacts and view QSLs whenever they browse their logs
"The software can also be used to create QSL and address labels [and] create signed TQ8 files automatically for uploading to ARRL's LoTW."
"You are top notch in my book."
“You guys are awesome. I can't believe the level of customer satisfaction that the DXtreme team goes to. You are top notch in my book. I really appreciate everything that you do to help solve customers' questions or needs.”
"Support for ARRL's TQSL for Uploading .tq8 Files to Logbook of The World Automatically"
"The [Last] Log Entries grid, which provides the look and feel of a paper logbook, can now be positioned at the top and the bottom of the Station Log window. A PROPERTIES dialog box lets users change the order of columns, and records can now be sorted in additional ways. Double-clicking records displays their detailed data on the Station Log window.
"Support for ARRL's TQSL v1.14[+] allows for uploading .tq8 files to Logbook of The World automatically, saving users the step of performing this task manually on the LoTW website. Station Log also invokes the Ask command of TQSL to warn users when they're about to upload duplicate records to the server."
"DX Spot Checker Enhanced"
"The DX Spot Checker can now display bearings to spotted stations and DXCC entities. It also provides DX and user-defined command buttons for sending commands to the server quickly.
"HamQTH.com is now supported for call sign lookups.
"[Also] supports TQSL for optionally uploading .TQ8 files to the LoTW server automatically."
"Enhanced DX Spot Checker"
"DXtreme Software has released version 10 of its ham radio logging program ... the new version includes an enhanced DX Spot Checker, which compares DX spots to needed entities, to display bearings to the spotted stations. [And it has] an updated Last Log Entries grid."
"Having a Ball"
"I'm having a ball populating the modules and setting things up in time for the upcoming CW DX Contest. I'm not a contester any longer but I like to just get in and cherry-pick DX for needed new bands and modes.
"By the way, some of my DX club members here in Richmond are showing an interest in my DXtreme logging.
"You folks sure have a knack for designing user-friendly graphic interfaces."
"This is what I had been looking for."
On Keeping a Logbook
"My objective after successfully importing over 4,500 records was to view a report of my overall performance on the HF bands. [And] there's a lot of good detail in [the] report [produced by DXtreme Station Log]. At a glance, I can see which DXCC entities I have worked, verified, and in which mode. This is what I had been looking for ... all viewable through a Web browser.
"One of the most likable features of the package for me is the ability for [Station Log] to read my transceiver's current frequency.
"Another thing I like is how the DX Spot Checker feature checks all spots against my logbook to determine whether I need a particular entity on that band or mode.
"LOTW users will love this program. It has a special import-from-LOTW function that lets you import an ADIF previously downloaded from the LOTW site and containing all of your station's LOTW matches. It will then match these QSLs with your logbook entries and automatically update your progress. [Station Log] also has a LOTW Users Module, listing all of the known LOTW users. This is an incredibly valuable tool for LOTW award chasers.
"DXtreme Station Log is a capable and structured program. Prepare to get organized before jumping in and using this program, especially if you will be importing data from an existing electronic logbook. The DXer will like the correlation between the DX cluster and needed logbook entities. The award chaser will enjoy the LOTW import functionality. The QSL imaging and QSO recording functions provide a true multimedia experience."
"Thanks For Your Help!"
"I have it all working good now, so thanks for your help."
Asian amateur radio operator Chris Reid with DXtreme Station Log and its integrated DX Spot Checker up and running on his PC.
"Built By People Who Know What Hams/DX'ers Need!"
"Just a note to say thank you for your support the other day when I had an initial issue. Although it turned out to be an problem with my [image] scanner interface and not your software I was impressed to say the least with the instant response I had to my query. The program works perfectly and is all I could ask for. Obviously built by people who know what Hams/DX'ers need."
Martin Kitt, United Kingdom
"Hands-down the Best Logging Software!"
"I have dabbled with other logging programs over the years, just to see what is out there, and I can say without hesitation that DXtreme Station Log is user-friendly, crash-proof and completely flexible. It is a joy to use DXtreme. It's hands-down the best logging software, at any price, on the market."
Greg Saunders, KJ6MC, San Diego, CA
"Program has been installed and is running perfectly!
Great program! Congratulations!"
Hector E. Perez, San Juan, PR
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Note: DXtreme Monitor Log 12 is the latest update in the DXtreme Reception Log Series.
DXtreme Monitor Log 12™
Global Radio Guide
Winter 2019-2020 / 13th Edition
DXtreme Monitor Log 12
"DXtreme Software™ ... has released a new version of its popular logging program for radio monitoring enthusiasts: DXtreme Monitor Log 12, which lets listeners and DXers log the stations they’ve heard using features that enhance their monitoring experiences.
"When starting Monitor Log 12 the first time as a new user - or when creating a new secondary database - users can [now] select the country format they want to use: NASWA Countries or ARRL Entities. Country information is fully editable when changes occur.
"Monitor Log 12 lets users log all kinds of stations - radio, television, broadcast, Amateur Radio, utility, military, and more! And it lets users log stations across the radio spectrum. Users can [now] also select the display of kHz or MHz frequencies.
"Rig control is provided through integration with Afreet Omni-Rig and SDR applications like HDSDR, SDR Console, and [now] SDRuno.
"[A new] eQSL.cc Inbox Update [function] updates user’s database with eQSL.cc Inbox verifications."
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