- The Logbook module is the
main focus of miLog. Data is stored in an indexed database and all entries
are automatically sorted by date, time
and call regardless of the order of entry. What this means in
plain English is you can enter past Qso information without regard to
chronological order (date and time) and each Qso will be inserted into
your logbook database in the proper place.
- miLog gives you the
ability to maintain multiple logs. You may wish to keep
separate logs for previous callsigns or for separate operations such as
grid or state expeditions. You may also choose to maintain a master log,
and data from your separate logs may be merged into your master log
at any time while preserving your separate logs.
- In addition, logs
from any of the Contest Modules may be merged into your main log
at any time, also preserving your contest log.
- Full support for Logbook of the World
- As each Qso in
entered into your logbook, whether you are manually entering Qso data or
merging data from a separate log, Qso
data is automatically entered into the DX, WAS, WAZ, IOTA, WPX, County and
Grid Trackers. Along with the
standard data fields, there is a Notes field for entering information
about a Qso or station and there are no
limits on the amount of text you may enter here. There are
many additional fields that you may configure for any purpose
you wish, such as 10-10 or FISTS numbers.