Welcome to the new LogConv homepage. LogConv v2.17 is now available!

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LogConv includes both a GUI version and one for the command line.

Version 2.0 marked a dramatic change in direction for LogConv. Instead of dividing up my effort in supporting a myriad of Operating System options and coding around memory issues, version 2.0 is built and designed on a single platform, Microsoft's .Net. The ease of development in the .Net platform means more features can be implemented more quickly, with fewer defects. .Net is supported on Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP/2003/Vista/7. For more information on the reasons for going with .Net, check out the .Net FAQ

The new LogConv currently supports ADIF, Cabrillo, CT9, CT10, EQF and tr Log files as input and can output both ADIF and Cabrillo formatted files. Among the features are:

GUI and Command line versionsChoose the interface of your choice.
Normalization of QSO dataIn ADIF output, fields of information are broken out into separate fields, providing more visibility into what was exchanged. For example, LogConv knows that a zone exchange in IARU is an ITU Zone and in CQWW it's a CQ Zone and places them in the properly marked fields.
Extrapolation of QSO dataContest exchanges contain a minimal amount of information. LogConv can optionally consult an internal database of geographic information that will expose additional information that can be implied from what was exchanged. For example, work someone in Sweepstakes and he/she sends you SCV as the section. With extrapolation LogConv can deduce that the station's state is California, CQ Zone is 3, ITU Zone is 6 and Continent is NA. It will add these fields to the ADIF output file if the extrapolation option is enabled, making awards tracking easier.

LogConv icon LogConv is licensed software, but the $5 cost is modest. You can purchase LogConv online using PayPal or a credit card. For more information on pricing and licensing, check out the Pricing FAQ.