A few sample Win-EQF* screenshots. Click to enlarge.

Please note that screen colors are user-selectable according to individual preferences. Still not convinced? Download our free test-drive version and try for yourself! 


Main logging screen - AUTOMATIC mode. Date/time is entered automatically. If a rig is connected, frequency/mode is read automatically.

Main logging screen - MANUAL mode. Typically used when entering QSOs from a paper log.

Logbook view. Browsing an existing logbook.

Edit existing QSOs.

DX Cluster. If you're hooked up to your radio, just double-click and your radio will tune on the correct frequency/mode.

Net/roundtable operation.

Search options.

Search output options. You can easily make extracts from your logbook.

Powerful search options; search up to four fields at the same time.

Terminal screen - shown for a telnet connection, but it works just as well with your TNC.

Set your own color scheme, according to your own preferences.

Define default values for various logbook fields.

Tight integration with the GOLIST.

Tight integration with the GOLIST - multiple QSL routes/managers found.

Win-EQF* takes control over DX Atlas, showing the great circle path between you and the station you are working (requires the DX Atlas software, available from VE3NEA at ).

Win-EQF* takes control over Ham CAP, running a propagation prediction based on callsign and frequency from the Win-EQF* logging screen. Ham CAP is available from

Use File-EQF* to import/export from/to other logbook formats. Also keep in mind that the Win-EQF* file format is OPEN and WELL DOCUMENTED - your precious QSO data is NOT locked into a proprietary database file!

Now, where's that DX station located? Win-EQF* will be happy to show you - in Google Maps.

With the new LoTW user lookup, you'll instantly know whether the station you're logging is a known LoTW user. LoTW user lookup is provided via the GOWIN program and/or the online XML service.

Essential data from the logging screen can easily be passed on to 3rd party applications or helper applications made by yourself.

Label printing, using your dedicated label printer, inkjet/laser printer or sprocket-fed printer, is fully supported.

Uploading to the LoTW is easy - starting with version 2.22, the signing & uploading process has been simplified.

Uploading to the LoTW is easy. Upload your complete logbook or only sections of it.