DXtreme Interchange

Product Summary

DXtreme Interchange helps you digitize your paper logbooks and other non-ADIF sources.

What It Does

DXtreme Interchange digitizes 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 actively imported into

  • DXtreme Station Log
  • DXtreme Monitor Log

Note: You can also import project files containing amateur radio logs into ADIF-compliant, non-DXtreme logging programs. However, these logging programs may not provide the active-importing support that DXtreme Station Log does.

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More Data Can Be Added During Active Import

While actively importing Interchange project files into a DXtreme application, you can configure DXtreme Station Log and DXtreme Monitor Log to fill in the blanks automatically with default values from their many 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, if desired.

Project Record Schemas Set the Stage

An easy-to-use Project Record Schema Designer lets you create and edit one or more project record schemas. From top to bottom, their ADIF Tag and Field pairings let you match the field order that appears, from left to right, in your paper logbooks (or other non-ADIF sources). Matching the field order of each logging source makes dictation, type, and paste convenient and quick as can be. The Activate for Use button lets you activate the schema you want to use right now.

This sample schema for amateur radio logbooks comes with DXtreme Interchange:

This sample schema for monitor radio logbooks also comes with DXtreme Interchange:


Three themes are available. You can choose:

  • Dark
  • Sepia
  • System (displays the colors set for desktop applications in Windows 10 Settings)

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