Welcome everyone!

Thank you so much for the interest in GridTracker.

I have been working with N2VFL and others in our spare time for the past two weeks on this project.

That’s right, it’s only been two weeks from inception! I can’t believe how much we’ve got done!

This next weekend I will be adding QSL confirmed marking to the map as well as a count, plus gridsquare labeling while zoomed in far enough so it doesn’t clutter the map.

I will also begin working on alerts, the current types I will implement are “Callsign” “Gridsquare” and “CQ designation  eg: CQ NA, CQ JP, CQ OC ” with the alert being

“Audio clip ( possibly your own selected media file)”  “Text to speech engine” “Visual”  and in the future possibly “CW” with tone/farnsworth timing/wpm etc.

If there’s anything else you’d like to see in this program or if you’ve found a problem, please post a comment here

We are listening!


-Stephen ‘Tag’ Loomis


4 thoughts on “Welcome everyone!”

  1. Hi.
    I will like to know if it’s possible to use GridTracker offline.
    There is far to much noises at my QTH it’s why I work in a remote location far from noises sources, where i dont have internet. To my knowledge GridTracker dont work without internet. There is a way to use a map that was already save on my laptop.
    Thanks for reading this mail and congratulation for your software.


  2. GridTracker is great – Thanks for that hard work!
    One thing, that gives me headache – the ADIF anylysis says on a selected grid & call: 581d 23h 17m 11s
    Difficult to calculate, what date was this? How about, to express in YYDDMM HHMM anyything older than xxx ?
    The date info is in the .adi file, so no calculation is required. And I guess, for FT8 / JT65 etc. anything older
    than an hour / alternative 24 hours is ‘history’ too and could be expressed in the same way.

    73’s de OE1MWW

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