Found 2 file extension associations related to Win-Test and 2 file formats developed specifically for use with Win-Test.
Platform, operating system: Microsoft Windows
Go to: Win-Test description
Developer: Olivier F5MZN
Developer / company: Olivier F5MZN
Win-Test is a contest logging software written by Olivier F5MZN, the author of Editest (a reference in French contests logging software, now deprecated), and of DXNet, an Open Source DX Cluster system.
- Over 100 supported international, national and VHF+ contests
- Easy navigation in the log
- CW generation in background, leaving you free to "type ahead" (no extra hardware required)
- RTTY mode by MMTTY interfacing
- Resizable and floating windows
- Integrated voice keyer
- Networking with Ethernet or RS-232 ports (can be mixed on the same machine)
- On-the-fly log synchronisation (no central server required)
- Partial and N+1 on-the-fly search
- Database assisted field auto completion
- Most keyboard shortcuts use the CT syntax
- Integrated keys remapping
- Real time greyline display
- Easy and powerful use in SO2R
- Graphical and textual bandmaps
- Real time Objectives files comparison
- Extensive statistics and decision tools updated in real time
- Numerous supported transceivers (Kenwood, Icom, Yaesu, Elecraft, TenTec, etc...)
- Propagation prediction software HamCAP interfaced
- Possible to interface many devices on serial ports, parallel ports and USB
- Take skeds and pass mults between stations with ease
- Cabrillo, ADIF, text and CSV files generation
- Easy summary generation for sending to the mailing lists
- Worked multipliers exports for post-contest analysis
- Multi-monitor support (if your OS allows it)
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Win-Test default file extension associations
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If you need more information please contact the developers of Win-Test (Olivier F5MZN), or check out their product website.