Ham Radio Deluxe is the all-in-one solution for your Radio Control, Logging, Digital Modes, Satellite, and Rotor Control in one easy package.

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Main features

Radio Control

Ham Radio Deluxe supports most radios that are on the market that have CAT Control built into the radio. For a full list of radios, please click here. Please note that each radio may take a different style of cable in order to connect to your computer. Learn more about Radio Control

Logbook

The HRD Logbook allows you to make contacts and simultaniously log them onto the computer's hard drive. There is also the option for automatic eQSL logging and 1-click LOTW logging. Awards Tracking and DX Clusters are also included. Learn more about Logbook

DM-780

DM-780 allows you to decode and transmit multiple digital modes from your computer. CW, Rtty, and PSK-31 are also available in SuperSweeper allowing for multiple signals to be decoded at the same time. Click here for a complete list of modes available with Ham Radio Deluxe. Learn more about DM-780

Satellite Tracking

Track where a satellite's path will be in the sky anytime in the next five minutes to the next 48 hours. Tracking is kept accurate by Kepler Data that automatically updates throughout the day. Learn more about Satellite Tracking

Rotator Control

Use the HRD Rotator Control to turn an antennae towards any possible signal. With full Azimuth and Elevation controls, the Rotator Control can also be used when tracking satellites. Track long-path and short-path with the built in grey line map. Learn more about Rotator Control

Full Technical Support

HRD Software is proud to offer full technical support for any questions or inquiries about the software. Support can be contacted directly by phone or email as well as by the ticket system. For peer to peer support, HRD has a full forum where questions about the software can be asked and answered by other amateur radio operators. Learn more about Technical Support

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Ham Radio Deluxe,
A History

In early 2003, Peter PH1PH and Simon HB9DRV talked about developing a simple program to control the soon to be released ICOM IC-703. Maybe it was the beer or the desire to give something back to the radio amateur community, on June 6th, 2003 the first line of code was written and Ham Radio Deluxe (HRD) was born....... Continue Reading

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