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SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, SpotCollector can reveal a DX-station’s operating patterns, increasing your ability to be at the right frequency at the right time.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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SpotCollector Key Features:

Popup information on four additional stations to capture an instant info or contact with a station in the middle of a 15 minute DX Sweep, even if the rig is not within range.

Collects often needed more information about stations to help you identify the station, including locations, equipment, operating patterns, the station that is currently active, and many other features.

Extracts this info from the information in the ATTF database, a free extension to the ATTF-DX software.

Pops up info, contacts, and updates, when needed, in the ATTF-DX software.

The free SpotCollector comes with an easy way to setup the application to perform daily, weekly, or monthly auto-updates based on your schedule. This allows the SpotCollector software to stay up to date at all times and your most important operational data to reside in the ATTF-DX databases.

SpotCollector – Easy Setup

Automatic Updates

Setup a automatic update schedule for the SpotCollector application, based on your schedule. You can setup an update with the weekly, monthly, or daily schedule, and change them as often as you like.

Many upgrades are available, including ones to add additional operating modes.

The software’s setup process configures your ATTF-DX database to your connection, schedule and operating modes. If your connection does not support capturing spots, the SpotCollector application will not be available to you.

Install the ATTF software as advertised and register it with your operating modes. The ATTF-DX operating modes include the following:

No-Sweep The ATTF-DX operating mode to turn off the DX Sweep program. This setting is great for use in traveling, as it allows the operator to concentrate on essential DXing. When the operator is in a hotel or other location, the operator will get some data, so that some DXing can be accomplished with a little downtime. (but without the non-stop calls)

Single Point Single-Point is the ATTF-DX operating mode with one operating parameter, that is the most obvious one – the Sweep parameter is turned off.

Single-Point, Hands-Free (without a mouse) Single-Point Hands-Free turns off the Sweep parameter, and has a few other minor parameters. This mode is used to do some of the higher-stress activities when using the ATTF-DX software.

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SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, SpotCollector can reveal a DX-station’s operating patterns, increasing your ability to be at the right frequency at the right time.
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Release Date: 5/11/2002

Version: 1.6.8

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Release Date: 4/29/2002

Version: 1.6.0

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Release Date: 2/1/2002

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A great tool for helping you find new QSLers and trace down DX stations.

Quick and easy to use, SpotCollector lets you collect all the information on the spot as quickly as a click of a mouse.

SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, SpotCollector can reveal a DX-station’s operating patterns, increasing your ability to be at the right frequency at the right time.

SpotCollector Description:

SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, SpotCollector can reveal a DX-station’s operating patterns, increasing your ability to be at the right frequency at the right time.

Summary:

Release Date: 5/11/2002

Version: 1.6.8

System Requirements:

Release Date: 4/29/2002

Version: 1.6.0

System Requirements:

A great tool for helping you find new QSLers and trace down DX stations.

Quick and easy to use, SpotCollector lets you collect all the information on the spot as quickly as a click of a mouse.

SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, SpotCollector can reveal a DX-station’s operating patterns, increasing your ability to be at the right frequency at the right time.

SpotCollector Description:

SpotCollector is a free application that captures spots from up to four additional telnet-accessible DX Clusters. Besides identifying immediately-needed stations, Spot
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SpotCollector is an efficient application that easily captures spots to a single Cluster. You can save or immediately identify all available stations and tune to them.
SpotCollector provides a rich web interface which gives you quick access to the settings. You can also create lists of stations to which you tune automatically.
You can create lists of stations that you can tune or that you will automatically tune. There are 6 preset lists, each includes 20 stations. You can create your own list of the stations you use or you can create a list from an existing list of stations. You can create a list of stations to which you tune. There are 8 different sets of station lists, each includes 8 stations. You can create a list of stations to which you automatically tune.
We have added the ability to use auto tune to only a few or all stations of a list. You can also use auto tune to a single station or to all stations of a list.
One other nice feature is SpotCollecotor can capture spots directly to a file. You can save a whole list of spots, or only specific spots. If you saved a list of spots, you will be able to find them quickly again.
To get started, start SpotCollector. For the first time, you will see a dialog box asking you to define a Cluster. Pick a first Cluster, enter a name for it and press OK. You will then be asked which stations are in the Cluster. Pick all stations that you want and press OK. The program will launch and automatically capture spots from all four stations of the Cluster.
You can now see the stations where the spots were captured. You can activate any station or press Enter to view its setup. You can change the station’s settings. You can change the cluster name. You can also create new lists. You can also save any list that was captured.
You can connect to a Cluster using two different modes:
1) Connect using a list of stations. You can create your own list, choose the stations you want from a list, choose from a list of preset stations or use Auto-Tune.
2) Connect using all stations of a Cluster. You can create a list of stations that you can use with SpotCollector or you can create your own list of stations.
The web interface of SpotCollector allows you to easily edit station lists. You can create your own list and select stations from the list. You can use the following commands in the web interface:
* List

What’s New in the?

– Supports up to four DX clusters,
– Links to one of your choice
– A radio’s front panels and an antenna controller are not required
– Preserves operator history in the form of data files

SpotCollector Tips

1. SpotCollector scans a radio for a fixed 15-second interval, every 15 minutes. If a station is in an area where it might be handy to the beginner or intermediate DXer, SpotCollector will not only report the station’s info, but also the relative times at which the radio was spotted, and the locations (if the station was spotted at your selected location).

If you are curious about the radio’s actual location, the history of the radio can be found in a file stored on your PC at the radio’s assigned name, (e.g., “W5BJS1207”). If you want to see the history of a particular station, just select it, and then click on the “Open Report” button. A file will be placed in the same folder on your PC.

2. If the station is already pinned to a nearby geographic area, the program will display the station’s info. The system will automatically scan nearby frequencies. If the station is not currently pinned, you can either select a nearby geographic location, or specify a geographic location of your choice.

3. The frequencies can be selected by clicking on a map, by selecting a POI (Point of Interest), or you can enter a nearby station’s callsign manually.

4. If you wish to have SpotCollector automatically capture all four DX Clusters, you need to add a station to each cluster separately. After specifying a DX cluster, click on the “Add” button to add an additional station to that DX cluster.

After you have captured stations, the system will capture the geographic coordinates, the DX Cluster’s name, and a list of stations in that cluster. This information will be stored in a TXT file in the same folder on your PC as the original SpotCollector report. The location of each file will be noted. Click the file’s name to open it. For convenience you can add your stations to the DX Clusters by adding a station to each cluster.

If you wish to delete a station, simply click on the “Delete” button for that station, or click on the appropriate “Delete” button for the appropriate DX cluster (if more than one).

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System Requirements For SpotCollector:

Windows XP SP2 with at least 256MB of RAM
Dual monitor setup with 1600×1200 resolution on each monitor
Intel Pentium 4 Processor (Dual Core recommended)
1 GB or more RAM
256MB or more of video RAM
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