Win-EQF* comes packed with useful features, but in order to be convinced you'll have to try it yourself.
In case you don't care for a "test drive" - have a look at a few screenshots. We stick to the "old-fashioned" character mode in order to provide an uncluttered and efficient logging screen. No popping windows, no moving frames, no fuzz - just pure performance QSO logging. All the information and functionality you need is there - only a few keystrokes away. 


  • Easy-to-use menus, with mouse or keyboard commands for commonly-used items.
  • Previous QSO information presented automatically as soon as callsign is typed.
  • Radio interface for control and display of any computer-ready rig's frequency and model.
  • Switch between two stations (rig, CW, rotator, and antenna switch) quickly while logging.
  • PacketCluster(tm) tracks DX spots using TNC, the DX-Telnet program or a direct telnet connection.
  • Complete TNC terminal program including a monitor window, shortcuts, and file transfers.
  • Name and QTH lookup from HamQTH.com, Buckmaster HAMCALL, SAM, QRZ.com, and Radio Amateur Callbook databases (requires separate license/registration).
  • DXCC country, CQ & ITU zone, and continent from callsign.
  • QSL manager retrieved automatically from the GOLIST program (requires separate GOLIST license). 
  • Beam headings calculated automatically from your QTH.
  • DXCC, WAX, WAS, WPX, VUCC, Counties, Ten-Ten award tracking.
  • Notepads for each logbook entry allow up to six full lines of comments during a QSO.
  • Selectable date format.
  • Automatic or manual UTC time adjustments.
  • Rotator control for popular brands.
  • CW keyboard and memory keyer using COM or LPT port, or WINKEY.
  • Voice keyer control for external units such as the W9XT Contest Card.
  • Antenna switch control using an LPT port.
  • Contest support with QSO rate and Multiplier tracking, and Cabrillo results generation.
  • Edit or delete any QSO entry easily.
  • Search or sort logbook by any field in the logbook.
  • Print logbooks or QSL/SWL/address labels.
  • Supports dedicated label printers (such as the Brother QL-570).
  • Import and export between Win-EQF* and other popular formats, including ADIF, dBASE, and Cabrillo.
  • Well-documented, plain-text file format - your QSO data belongs to you, even 50 years into the future - not locked into some obscure proprietary database format.
  • Free upgrades downloadable from the Win-EQF* web site, for the current major version (v. 2.xx).
  • Runs on any PC using Windows NT, 2000, XP, Vista, Win7 (Win32).
  • Integrates with DX Atlas for easy lookup of approximate location / grid square of the station you're working.
  • Integrates with Google Maps for easy lookup of approximate location of the station you're working.
  • Integrates with HAM Cap for propagation prediction. 
  • VOACAP propagation path and area predictions available via keyboard shortcuts.
  • Pass your on-screen QSO data to third-party programs.
  • QSO data interface for instant import of digimode-QSOs logged with the MixW software.
  • With data provided by the GOLIST and/or QRZ.com, Win-EQF* informs you whether a station is a known LoTW user.
  • Easy exports to the LoTW (the included LoTWUploader helper application will use the TQSL utility to sign the ADIF file and then submit the file via web upload or email).
  • Sound backup and restore routines. Also includes backup of all your program settings.
  • Printable user's manual (PDF).


Please note: Win-EQF* supports a number of the popular contests, but its main design goal is to be a user-friendly and efficient general-purpose logger. If you're a hardcore contester, you'll probably prefer a special-purpose contest logger such as N1MM Logger or SD by EI5DI. For the casual contester, though, Win-EQF* will probably be sufficient. 

Some of the features require an operational internet connection.