A DX cluster (DxNet) provides a
useful service to radio amateurs who are interested in DX (long distance contacts). The
primary function is to allow the circulation of DX traffic information in a timely
fashion. DxNet is only useful in an environment where it is connected via a network to
other similar systems. DX information (known as spots) is sent via the
national and international packet network to each connected user in turn.
The latest version of F5MZNs
DxNet is available on this web site from the downloading page.
Questions and suggestions
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This software is public domain, and may be freely copied and distributed provided that no charge is made. Commercial use of this software is prohibited. No guarantee of performance or suitability for any particular purpose is provided. The author may not be held responsible for any consequences arising from use of this software.
While DxNet is
provided free of charge for non-commercial use, contributions towards the development
costs (documentation and C++ compiler, etc) would be welcome. The suggested amount of
contribution is 20 US$ or 16 €.
Thanks go to all those radio amateurs who acted as beta testers and sent bug reports and suggestions.
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