QSO Forwarding to UR5EQF, DXKeeper and MIXW2

In UR5EQF Log is neccesary to select the ROS.adi path. Click in the ROS logo.

Add ROS mode:

For Mixw2, select the Mixw2.log path:

8 Responses to “QSO Forwarding to UR5EQF, DXKeeper and MIXW2”

  1. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    Yes, but i dont know how to do it

  2. Brian Says:

    Whilst HRDlog.net is included it is not the same as Ham Radio Deluxe which is where my Logbook is and where I want to send my ADIF QSO. I then bulk send to HRDlog.net & LOTW.

  3. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    For next versions i will try to include exporting to HRD

  4. Raf ik4idf Says:

    ..quikly.. logger added at the export!, gracias

  5. José Alberto Nieto Ros Says:

    Better ask to Arkady, RN6AM. He know how send ROS QSO to MixW2: rn6am@mail.ru

    73, Jose ALberto

  6. Leslie Says:

    I operate the RigExpert of Mixw. It is call the MixW-single channel. The program supplied with RigExpert. I use it because MixW2 does not contain Olivia, which I use quite a lot. ROS log files will notload into my program unless I make a separate file then use Inport the ROS qso file from the Mixw propgram. I have tried various methods to get it to work with success. I want to load it into MixW log without any problem. I do not intend to change the present program beacuse of the Olivia. I would be thankful for a method to overcome this. When I use the present method it comes up stating it can not find the log. Have tried renaming the Mixw single channel to MixW2 without success.



  8. Raf Says:

    its a good idea alo for HRD or Logger32.. when you have time.. but we have a good programmer , tnx de Raf 🙂

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