Welcome to the next generation of Amatuer Radio Logging.
to begin the download process.
With this logging program, you will:
- have the name and address of a remote station at your finger-tips and entered automatically into your logging application before you finish your contact.
- never have to worry about installing, upgrading or maintaining the huge database
of callsigns used when looking up contact address information.
- always have access to amateur radio licence information direct from the FCC that
- use a logging application that remembers past contacts and reminds you of those QSOs.
- be told the distance between your station and any contact made in the United States.
- have access to reports on which contacts you have sent and/or received QSL cards.
- have a compact data back-end that makes the entire package take less than 2 MB of
disk space when installation is completed.
- Generate Cabrillo or ADIF formatted log files with the click of a button. These files have been confirmed to work with both LOTW and EQSL.
All of this is available through BamLog, the amateur radio contact logging software
that is smart enough to know everything about your contacts before you finish the
The best part is that you are free to try BamLog at absolutely no cost for 30 days
to see how it works out for you.
Even better, after you try it, you can purchase
it for the very low price of
$15. Your purchase
of the software includes a lifetime license that gives you free access to all future
upgrades and improvements. For a short time, I'm waving the registration cost to make this software completely free to you.
Click on the link above to begin the download process. To use BamLog to its
full potential, you will need to make sure that the computer on which you install
the application has a connection to the internet.