About CQ Callbook  

As a radio amateur, would you like instant access to current information on DXers, their QSL managers and addresses? Would you like DXCC lists, details of QSL bureaus, callsign prefixes, and a lot of other helpful HAM-information at your finger tips? CQ Callbook offers you all these and more, through a portal which brings these diverse resources together via the Internet. CQ Callbook makes it easy to find QSL information from Web-accessible sources like address and manager databases and country-specific callbooks. Our links to bulletins including 425 DX News, ADXO, ARRL DX Bulletins, etc., enable you to find the information you need quickly. You can use the up-to-date listings from DX clusters to monitor and chase DX spots whilst operating your station. You can quickly find IOTA details, all new eQSLs waiting for your Callsign, and much more. CQ Callbook provides these and many other facilities designed to satisfy most DXer's needs.  
CQ Callbook runs on PCs with Microsoft ® Windows 9x, ME, 2000, NT, or XP. Version 4 or above of Microsoft ® Internet Explorer must be present.  
Many parts of CQ Callbook are context sensitive. Context sensitive means you can get help on these parts directly without having to go through the Help menu. For example, to get Help on any control (fields, buttons), place the insertion point on that control in the window and press F1.  
CQ Callbook is fully compatible with CQLog.  
Please note: registration of CQ Callbook is required to use all the features of the program, as such, some features are inaccessible in the unregistered version.  
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