This site is the new home for the FDLog Field Day Logging Software. This program interacts with each Field Day station operator and synchronizes the log database across multiple computers via the wireless network. It cohesively ties the whole Field Day site together and facilitates not only logging but coordinating operations and band occupation. It runs on Windows, Linux and Macintosh using Python.

You can download a copy of the software from the Google code page. FDLog is free, please consider making a donation if you find it useful. See the Support page for donation information. If you have requests, suggestions or bug reports see the Requests page.

If you need to know more about FDLog see the More About page. If you still have questions visit the FDLog Forum.

The FDLog software was developed for the High Sierra Field Day Group. Our Field Day group website is www.hsfdg.org.

FDLog and this website developed by

      Alan Biocca, W6AKB (formerly WB6ZQZ)

Recent Announcements

  • FDLog 152j FDLog version 152j has been uploaded to the Downloads page. Improvements are minor:    added 900 to .band command    added .timeok to .h help command    added ? help note to startup    compacted ...
    Posted Jun 8, 2016, 11:48 AM by Alan Biocca
  • 2016 Google Code has passed into history, and things there are now archival only. We will move on to a new hosting site at some point, but in the meantime we ...
    Posted Jun 8, 2016, 9:30 AM by Alan Biocca
  • New ARRL Sections File We have a new ARRL sections file courtesy of a new user, Robert K5LYT. You can download it from the Downloads page and copy it into your FDLog working directory ...
    Posted Jun 25, 2014, 6:21 PM by Alan Biocca
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