KComm is an amateur radio communication and logging program that has been designed specifically for Elecraft K2 and K3 transceivers. KComm has been developed using the cross platform development tool Lazarus. The program is developed and tested under Windows XP but it can be compiled under Linux (and could probably be made to work on Mac OS with not too much effort.)
KComm is meant to be an easy to use low resource usage log keeping program for the average K2 or K3 operator who may be a casual DXer or contest participant. Rather than try to do everything itself, KComm interfaces with some of the best available software for data mode operation and morse decoding so that you can use one logging program for all modes.
KComm is not meant to replace the front panel of the K2 or K3. Many operational adjustments, including tuning the radio, are best accomplished using the physical controls. KComm does have some features that can be used to control the radio, such as shortcuts, which store sequences of CAT commands that can be sent to the radio to perform various actions.
KComm is not a contest logging or award tracking program, though it can be used by casual contesters and award hunters. It can export log extracts in ADIF format for import into other software, and also supports Cabrillo output for submitting contest logs.
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