Ham Radio

Thursday, November 29, 2007

CQ100 is a program for use exclusively by licenced radio amateurs and is a simple and effective
way to keep in touch with hams all over the globe 24 hours a day without any propagation.
If you are interested you can download a 3 month free trial if you follow this link
I have already heard many CQ calls through the CQ100 virtual radio and I will be listening out
for you all, and monitoring all the other bands at the same time on my real rigs!
73 C u agn
posted by MØYKS - Simon @ 7:08 pm  
  • At 7:24 pm, Blogger John said…

    Is there anyone out there that knows if there is a copy of CQ 100 that will work with a Millenium Edition Windows operating system?

  • At 2:00 am, Blogger BSIM KI6DGJ said…

    for the Love of God and all that decent please upgrade to Xp or above.

  • At 10:18 am, Blogger MØYKS - Simon said…

    As far as I am aware:

    System Requirements:
    CQ100 requires Windows 2000, XP, VISTA or Windows 7 with sound card, microphone and speakers (or headset).
    A reliable internet connection is required with a speed of at least 33.6k dialup.

    like KI6DGJ said an upgrade is the best way to go. Good luck

  • At 6:32 pm, Blogger Unknown said…

    Are there any plans to bring CQ100 to the iMac?

  • At 6:33 pm, Blogger Unknown said…

    Are there any plans to bring CQ100 to the iMac?

  • At 10:29 pm, Blogger MØYKS - Simon said…

    Hi Scott I don't believe it is available at the moment. Have you tried echolink on your iMac, that would work.

  • At 12:37 am, Blogger Unknown said…

    Ipads are so popular. I can't understand why cq 100 does not do an Ipad App.

  • At 8:21 pm, Blogger MØYKS - Simon said…

    Lets hope that the future apps might include more amateur radio content for all operating systems and devices. 73 thanks for all of the comments.

  • At 5:56 am, Blogger Unknown said…

    It is the best $39..00 you will ever spend. Have fun right out of the box. License requirement a great thing. I haven't encountered any schlubs on the air. Twenty four hour a day enjoyment. Great for you night owels.

  • At 4:33 pm, Blogger Unknown said…

    Cq100 was a good alternative for those that could not put up an antenna.

    I say (WAS) because now people are being banned from the program for not conforming to the goose-stepping frequency police that have Doug's ear!

    It seems they wait until you renew your subscription, then a couple of days later you receive an error saying your account has been De-activated. They give you no reason this has happened and they will never answer an email. In other words, they have your money and you are gone with no recourse!

    I know this is true because it happened to me after being a member for several years and to several people I know!

    So do yourself a favor and stay away from this RIP-OFF!!!

    Hamsphire is a good alternative!

  • At 5:41 pm, Blogger BillyG said…

    CQ-100 works fine with Windows 10. You can't beat the price either. However, I would gladly pay $100 for it if the author would please port it over to the Apple iPad. I think he's missing a golden opportunity here.

  • At 8:35 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Peter asks:
    Will CQ100 work with Mac Mini OS X 10.11.6? Do I have to go to ECHOLINK?

  • At 8:16 pm, Blogger MØYKS - Simon said…

    It looks like it's windows only if you follow the link to the CQ100 download site.

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