MAP65 DX Aggregator (V 1.3)

Upload MAP65 spots to DXMAPS

MAP65 DX Aggregator is a program that allows those using MAP65 to automatically upload JT65 DX reports to DXMAPS so that they can be shown on the  maps, listings, etc.  

The program takes the messages decoded by MAP65 from the map65_rx.log file, interpret and filter them, and upload the data to DXMAPS server. 

Using MAP65 DX Aggregator is extremely easy and if you already use MAP65 you can be uploading DX reports in minutes. Simply follow these steps:

1.- Download the program, unZIP it and place it in any folder of your computer you whish (for instance C:\Program files\MAP65DXAggregator).  The program does not require installation in most of the cases, just place it in a folder and run it.  If you get an error message indicating that some files are missing then download a full setup package , place it in an empty folder and run it from there (do no run it directly from internet)

2.- Enter your amateur radio callsign and your locator/grid square.

3.- Select the location of the map65_rx.log file. By default it is in the C:\WSJT\MAP65 folder.

4.- Press "Start monitoring".

When "Start monitoring" is pressed the program will wait for updates to the map65_rx.log file. If all is OK you will see the messages received in the "Raw message received" box.

Leave the program running (you can minimize it if you want). As soon as a CQ or QRZ message is received it will automatically send the information to DXMAPS.

If you are having some trouble using MAP65 DX Aggregator don't hesitate to E-Mail me

You could also be interested in the AIS DX Aggregator, in the WSJT DX Aggregator and in the APRS DX Aggregator

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