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  • The Control of program was took from program Taclog.
  • The support of most EU contests. It's possible to have open more contest logs than one in one time.
  • The export of contest logs to EDI format and generating of contest report (OK VHF activity contest format).
  • You can work on more bands on several computers. Then you have information about QSOs from all bands on all computers. You can open log from one band on several computers (used for the second operating station)
  • Is possible to run more than one process of Tucnak on one computer.
  • All the written items of QSO (or part of QSO) are written also to the swap file. If your computer crashs you can read QSO data from this swap file with simple ASCII editor, e.g. Vim.
  • For CW and SSB keying is possible to use program cwdaemon. Is also possible to transmit CW directly by typing from keyboard.
  • The Automatic saving data to disk and diskette.
  • The Database of couple Callsign and World Wide Locator.
  • The Database of DXCC, valid locators for DXCC, locators with high activity from DXCC or middle locators of DXCC. It uses files cty.dat from K1EA and tucnakdw.
  • Single items (Callsign, WWL, report, etc.) are automaticaly identified and inserted.
  • The searching of typing string (Callsign, WWL) in actual log, in logs from other bands and in the C_W database of couple Callsign/WWL. It runs on background.
  • The cross control couple callsign - locator.
  • The talking with other running Tucnaks similary as in WW-Convers (talk window).
  • The sending of skeds to other (higher) bands.
  • The saving NC QSO and the marking of it.
  • The executing shell in one of tucnak window. You can simple connect it to packet radio by programs for example Node, Call or Telnet.
  • The DX spot handling from shell windows and putting it to the bandmap
  • The Wizard for creating a new contest. It automatically sets parameters of a selected contest
  • It is possible to work with the most kinds of terminals.
  • It is possible to work remotelly by using ssh or telnet (as putty).
  • The basic statistics - number of worked DXCC and WWL, simple text mode map of squares.
  • There is a color world map with worked QSO in graphic mode.
  • The support of many languages if somebody translates it from English or Czech :)
  • Tucnak is a free software distributed under the GNU General Public License.
  • The SSB CQ is generated by ssbd program. This program also records whole contest to WAV file by a few possible codings (PCM, ADPCM, x-law, GSM coding).
  • The graphics polar map with contacts and `relevance' of different azimuts.
  • Unrecognized input strings are not deleted but they are displayed.
  • The export to ADIF and HTML formats.
  • Next methods of counting of QSOs (3, 5 - 11).
  • Loading configuration and C_W database over the net.
  • Is possible to write remark for a QSO directly from input line or to set QSL card flag.
  • Improved searching of locator by callsign. That's trying with/without /P.