Amateur Contact Log

ARRL Field Day Contest Log

Welcome and thanks for visiting our amateur radio software website!

Hi and welcome! My name is Scott, N3FJP, I became an amateur radio operator in 1976, at the age of 14 and have been enjoying many facets of amateur radio ever since! I love working contests, making contacts via CW and phone, experimenting with antennas and general tuning around the bands. My lovely XYL, Kimberly, KA3SEQ and son Chris, KB3KCN are my partners in all our contesting and software endeavors. We are also blessed to share this amazing radio and software adventure with our younger son, Brad, KB3MNE, who jumps in whenever he can too!

As an extension of my Amateur Radio hobby, I became interested in computer programming. I wanted to create easy to use software for my station that performed a variety of functions for contesting and general logging. I began in 1997 with a program to log contacts during November Sweepstakes and shared it with local hams. The program was so well liked, I started to receive requests for additional software.

From that first program, our software library has grown to more than 120 applications! Amateur Contact Log is an easy to use general logging program that has many great features including tracking of worked all states, counties and countries. The rest of our programs are easy to use "contest specific" applications. You can see what we've been up to lately on our recent news and announcements page.

We are thrilled with the positive response we have received and we can't thank you all enough for your ideas, kind words and encouragement.

All of our software is free to try and fully functional! Please click the links above to browse through our software library, try our programs, put them through their paces and see what you think. We hope that you enjoy these programs, and if you find them useful, please tell a friend!

73, Scott, Kimberly and Chris

Serving the Amateur Radio community with contesting and general logging software since 1997.

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