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GØDCP

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GØDCP

Amateur Radio

This is a programme to control a TNC (Terminal Node Controller). It is a DOS programme but will run in all windows up to XP. It will need a DosBox to run in later versions of Windows.

This is a very useful coaxial cable calculator and is now at version 5.2 with a number of new cables added. The righthand column is laid out with multiple half wavelengths, of which you will need to add one quarter wavelength to bring the aerial to resonance. The left-hand column is where all the cables, along with their velocity factor and cable loss per one hundred metres are listed. The centre column is where you enter the velocity factor and frequency and below that, after entering the necessary information, is the actual system loss that you will obtain. There is also the instructions on how to use.

You will need Microsoft office or Excel 2007 or later or the Microsoft office run time for Excel, which should be downloadable from the Microsoft website.

This is my original computerised Amateur Radio logbook and was designed in Access 97 and later updated in Microsoft Access 2000 which you will need to use it.

This is a newer version of my logbook program. To run this program, you must have Access 2000 and to use the Call Data section. You must have the Whitehorse Radio Amateur Callbook.

Again this is a newer version of my logbook program. To run this program, you must have Access 2003 and to use the Call Data section. You must have the Whitehorse Radio Amateur Callbook.

This again is a newer version of my logbook program. To run this program, you must have Access 2007 or later and to use the Call Data section. You must have the Whitehorse Radio Amateur Callbook.

Amateur Radio