next generation webbased logging

welcome to the future of amateur radio logging software

– flexible, versatile, simple –

just powerful

Features

logging made easy

With an easy and intuitive web interface you can easily log your contacts directly in the browser. Use our tiny helping tool WLGate to log from WSJT-X or to send CAT data directly* from your radio to your Wavelog account.

Available for Windows, Mac and Linux.

*needs FLrig running to get CAT data

powerful maps

Wavelog comes with powerful mapping tools. Easy export your QSO as different maps, show it to your friends, place an automatic generated map in your QRZ.com Bio.

The maps are highly customizable.

true statistics

Analyze your work.

How many grids did you work? How many days per year did you do HamRadio? What was the farest distance you worked on 70cm band?

and much more..

honorable awards

Wavelog helps you with analyzing your data and shows you how far/close you are from your next award certificate. 

More then 20 awards all over the world are implemented yet and more are following. 

qsl management

The most common third party services are fully supported by Wavelog. You can sync your logs with eQSL, LotW, HRDlog, QRZ.com and QO-100 Dx Club. Your QSO’s are getting automatically confirmed with eQSL and LotW and eQSL cards can directly viewed in the WebUI. Additionally you can upload scanned QSL cards for QSO’s. 

Multilanguage

Wavelog is translated in 15 different languages (partially). Some of them still need some work. The translations are created by the developers and the community. If you want to help translating just join us on our translation platform.

https://translate.wavelog.org/

About Wavelog

The work on this project started at the end of 2023 as a spin-off of the well-known amateur radio software Cloudlog. The four core developers – DF2ET, DJ7NT, HB9HIL and LA8AJA – who have pushed Cloudlog forward for months and years, decided to continue their work in a fork that led to Wavelog. Since its initial release on February 1, 2024, Wavelog has made tremendous progress in terms of stability and functionality. We are proud that Wavelog is developed by radio amateurs for radio amateurs, without commercial motives, but out of pure passion for the hobby. Every line of code is the result of hard work to continuously improve this piece of great code. Wavelog stands for its simplicity, powerful tools, and open-source code. As a web application, Wavelog offers the great advantage of being accessible from anywhere in the world. Whether on a professional server, rented webspace or a RaspberryPi at home, Wavelog makes it possible to manage your logbook anytime, anywhere. Try it yourself and experience improved web-based logging on your server.