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WriteLog Module
Steve N9OH has created a module which adds INQP support to WriteLog. Download the WriteLog INQP module, and follow Steve's instructions. Please note that WriteLog releases after November 2003 already include Steve's INQP module.

WriteLog Tip: Indiana stations should enter "DX" as the QTH for DX stations they work.

Free NA Demo
Dave K8CC has added INQP support to NA as of version 10.55. Also, the free NA demo supports the INQP.
  • If you do not already have NA installed, then download the free NA demo. Place the ZIPDEMO.EXE file in a new directory and run it to extract all the files. Follow the instructions in the NADEMO.DOC file.
  • If you already have NA installed, and it is an old version prior to 10.55, then all you need are the INQSO.MLT, INCTY.MLT, INQSO1.CRT, and INQSO2.CRT files. For your convenience, we have created a ZIP archive that contains just the NA INQP files. Extract the files into the same directory where the rest of your NA program files reside. When you start NA, the Indiana QSO Party will be on the list of supported contests.
  • If you already have NA installed, and it is version 10.55 or later, then you already have INQP support.
NA Tip: Indiana stations should enter "DX" as the QTH for DX stations they work.
  N1MM Logger+  
  N1MM Logger  
The free logging program N1MM Logger Plus supports the INQP, including simultaneous logging for the INQP, NEQP, and 7QP.

Note: The original N1MM Logger is still available but is no longer supported by the program developers.
   TR LOG   
2017 update
Steve W9TN has created files that add INQP support to TR LOG. Please note that these files will not add INQP support to the demo version of TR LOG. Download the TR INQP files, and extract the files into a new directory. Copy the two .DOM files into the directory where the TR.EXE file and other program files reside (usually C:\TR). Copy the appropriate .CFG file to your log directory according to the following:
  • Indiana stations use INQPIN.CFG
  • Non-Indiana stations use INQP.CFG
Edit the .CFG file according to the comments in the file, and you are ready to start TR.

Mel KJ9C has provided a .DOM file that adds the 7QP and NEQP exchanges to aid in running all three QSO parties simulaneously. Follow Steve's instructions and update with Mel's .DOM file.

TR LOG Tip: Indiana stations need to enter something (use signal report or "DX") in the exchange window when logging DX contacts.

Scott N3FJP has added INQP support to his suite of logging programs. The software is free to try and registration is required for logging more than thirty contacts. Please see Scott's web site for details.
John W9WY reports that LOGic 8 supports the INQP. He was not sure, but older versions may also.
CQ/X from NO5W supports the INQP. CQ/X is GPS enabled software for mobile contesting with full integration of GPS information, including automatic county detection, distance and time to next county, etc. Details are at the website -- and its free. Recent versions now support simultaneous logging for the INQP, NEQP, and 7QP, which all occur on the same weekend.
DXLog from 9A5K supports the INQP (starting with ver 2.1.2).

As of ver 2.1.3, you may now simultaneously log INQP along with 7QP and NEQP. A single Cabrillo log may then be submitted to all three QSO parties.

Prior to ver 2.2.1, stations on county lines must be logged as two QSOs, one per county.
Aetherlog from AC7CF is a Mac OS X contest logging program that supports the INQP. It supports exporting INQP logs in Cabrillo format. You can try it for free before you buy it. See the web site for details.
SkookumLogger by K1GQ is a Mac OS X contest logging program that supports the INQP (including county line stations). Refer to the web site for more information.
The Sample Excel Log by NA9Q and provided by N9JF is an example Excel spreadsheet to aid in manually entering a Cabrillo log. Download it here, edit the Cabrillo header fields, then enter your QSOs. There are numerous comments in the sample spreadhsheet to assist you in determining the expected values.