ProLog-V8 Features Overview

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  • NEW! Large, easy to read digital LCD Frequency display.
  • NEW! Most Recent Contact List within the Logging form. Lets you see at a glance, your last 18 contacts in the selected Logbook.
  • NEW! Logging Form, dual purpose Spot/WWV List. at the click of a button, alternate the list content between the last 8 DX Spots or WWV reports received.
  • NEW! Logging Form "List" button lets you see what specific contacts are being used by ProLog for all major awards credit.
  • NEW! Define up to 16 custom ADIF fields not already included in the Logging Form and add up to four selections to each contact.
  • NEW! Cabrillo formatted File export with 65 pre-defined contest formats.
  • NEW! Enhanced ADIF file export tailored specifically for LoTW export to assure a higher percentage of contact matches.
  • NEW! Enhanced Specific Field Indexing (SFI) allowing you to create logbook lists based on the data filter settings. More filter settings and options than previous versions of ProLog.
  • NEW! Improved Merge Logbook function. Test and remove potential conflicts before actually merging a given logbook.
  • NEW! Now, in addition to DX Summit and VHF Packet Cluster, Prolog-V8 includes support for the VE7CC DX Cluster Program.
  • NEW! Improved method for downloading and integrating update and database files for your ProLog Program.
  • NEW! Extended list of digital modes (65) corresponding to the latest ADIF specification. Additionally, there is a digital mode editor that permits the user to add digital modes to the list as needed. Up to 128 digital modes are supported
  • NEW! "-Dbs" and "-Dbr" Signal-to-Noise report fields for use with weak signal digital modes.
  • NEW! Enter and edit a default message to appear in the "Note" field for each contact. This functionality is particularly useful for adding a contest name or special operation to your logged logged contacts.
  • NEW! User Definable foreground and background colors for the "Call" field, Most Recent Contacts and the Spots/WWV list.
  • NEW! User Definable Logging Form Field Label Foreground color.
  • NEW! Support for the complete set of ADIF "MY_xxx" labels with User specified inclusion into exported ADIF files.
  • NEW! Convenient "Q" Signal and RST Definition List.
  • NEW! The Rig Control list has been expanded to support many of the latest generation transceivers.
  • NEW! Enhanced Context Sensitive Help. A PDF Formatted Help File is also included, together with the latest edition of Adobe Reader.
  • NEW! Conveniently check for the issuance of Program and/or Database Update Files directly from the ProLog Program.

PLUS all of the convenient operational features you have come to expect with Prolog:

  • Full featured logging form with all contact information and award status available at a glance. Field-to-field sequencing is fully customizable permitting you to order and utilize only the information fields you desire.

  • Sort your logbook by Date/Time, Callsign, DXCC, QTH, State, County, Province, CQZ, ITUZ, Continent, Grid Square, IOTA, Name, Note, Power, Contact Category, Prefix, QSL Manager, 1010 Number, VP Number or QSL Status.

  • Support for up to thirty-six logbooks each with its own award tracking.

  • Cross-merge data from one logbook to another; either in total, or using selective filtering.

  • Interactive PacketCluster to monitor DX Spots and WWV reports. Built-in support for standard TNC or Internet monitoring via DX-Summit or VE7CC. ProLog's Origination and Band Plan Filters coupled with our exclusive Callsign Alert Queue provide a powerful selective monitoring and alerting interface.

  • ProLog's DX Spot Window is color coded to let you quickly spot the "New Ones". To make it even easier, you can sort or prioritize the Spot List by Callsign, Date/Time, Band, Prefix, Continent, CQZ and ITUZ.

  • Supports all major callbook databases: our own CallMaster, Buckmaster, QRZ and SAM.

  • Integrate the contents of an external callbook database and the Prefix Database into each contact that comprises a logbook. This is a great feature for updating contest logs with complete information.

  • Bi-directional rig control for most of the popular models of transceivers from Kenwood, Yaesu (9000 Included), ICOM (7800 Included), TenTec, JST and others. You can also "Hot Switch" rigs directly from the ProLog Logging Form.

  • 30 Built-in Memory Channels for quick QSY to your favorite frequencies and modes.

  • Compress and Backup your logbook to floppy, CDRW or ZIP disk with a single click.

  • Award tracking of DXCC, WAS, WAC, WAZ, WAITU, WPX, VUCC, IOTA, US Counties and 1010 for all Amateur bands and modes including the new PSK31 and MFSK modes complete with reports suitable for submission.

  • ProLog's exclusive "Traffic Signaling" award status panel visually alerts you to those contacts that will enhance your award Prefix, Band and Mode standings for all of the supported awards.

  • Automatic computation and display of Grid Square information.

  • Batch processing of QSL and address labels for trouble-free QSL'ing.

  • Special label format for responding to SWL reports.

  • Print multiple contacts on a single QSL label; great when you work that rare one on multiple bands and modes. Separate Font sizing for QSL and Address/Return Address Labels.

  • Generate your own return address labels with or without your callsign.

  • ProLog's comprehensive report generator lets you display and print detailed log and award reports that are suitable for award submission.
    Optional integrated QSL Route Database with over 100,000 QSL routes.

  • Importation and Exportation of ADIF (Amateur Data Interchange Format) files is fully supported by ProLog. You may also export your logbook files in ".CSV" format for use with Microsoft Excel.

  • ProLog supports all models of the Dymo Label/Writer; both standard and turbo.

  • ProLog supports Hygain DCU, Orion 2800 and EZ-Rotor Controllers for the Hygain and Yaesu rotors.

  • Log contacts in real time directly from MixW or Digipan to the ProLog database!!

  • Extensive support for LoTW including automatic updating of your logbook from the LoTW report file.

  • Monitor DX-Spots directly from DX-Summit. DX Spot origination is also supported.

  • Enter your favorite websites and call them directly from Prolog. ProLog comes with preset links for Propagation and Grey line. Simply add your favorites to the list!

  • The Callsign Information Form permits you to directly access the GoogleMap™ website to display a detailed map showing the exact location of the Licensee.

  • Adjust the List Window color schemes to your preference.

  • ProLog's LoTW Membership Database quickly displays whether a given callsign is a member of LoTW. The database is updated monthly and is available at no charge via our FTP Website.

  • The "VariList" feature permits the user to designate what data will appear in the List Windows.

  • Full support for the logging of all 25 Digital Modes defined in the ADIF 2.0 Specification.

  • Daylight Savings Time Ready. Switch between Old and New (2007) Timeframes with a single click.

  • ProLog provides 32 Defined Category Definitions so you can sort groups of contacts with a common category.

Computer System Requirements

ProLog is supplied on CDROM and will run under Windows 2000/NT/XP/Vista/Win-7/Win-8 and Win-10 (32-64 bit versions). The optional QSL Route Database requires 15 MB of hard disk space and the optional CallMaster database requires an additional 150 MB. A Logbook containing 5000 contacts and award files will occupy an additional 10 MB of hard disk space. If you intend to run both rig control and rotor control you will require two dedicated serial or USB ports. As most transceivers and rotor controllers utilize a standard RS-232C interface, and given the fact that most of today's modern computers utilize only USB ports, will necessitate the use of a USB to Serial Converter.



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Postal Address -- 5560 Jackson Loop NE -- Rio Rancho, NM 87144
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