Aether 1.6.4 – Log ham radio transmissions.

Aether 1.6.4

Aether is a ham radio logging application for OS X. It includes tools to quickly and easily log QSOs while on the air, as well as organize, search and track your QSOs later. Aether was designed for OS X, and has the same kind of clean, intuitive, friendly interface you’ve come to expect on the Mac.

  • LoTW and integration
  • Awards tracking
  • ADIF, Cabrillo export/import
  • Serial/USB rig control
  • Automatic callbook lookup including optional support for subscriptions
  • Automatic notification of previous QSOs
  • Powerful address and QSL info-label printing
  • Google Maps integration
  • Distance and beam heading calculation
  • cocoaModem 2.0 and fldigi integration
  • Instant search
  • Spotlight, Mail, Address Book, AppleScript, and VoiceOver support
  • Much more

What’s New

Version 1.6.4:

New Features
  • Added official support for Yaesu FTdx3000
Bug Fixes
  • Fixed a crash when looking up certain Russian callsigns on
  • Fixed a bug that caused Aether to fail to launch on some systems running OS X 10.7 Lion
  • Fixed bug that could cause auto update installation to fail in very rare cases
  • Fixed incorrect padding of minutes field of latitude longitude in ADIF output
  • Fixed broken AppleScript lookup command
  • Fixed bug where duplicate awards would show up in extremely rare cases
  • Fixed crash when using custom awards definition files with uniquingKeys defined
  • Fixed bug in USA Counties award tracking logic that caused it to miss counties
  • Fixed a bug that could cause incorrect station info to be uploaded to LoTW in certain cases
  • Fixed a crash when using the search field in the Help menu on 10.7 and 10.8.*
Other Changes
  • Updated to latest version of TrustedQSL library (2.3)
  • Update callsign prefix file (CTY.CSV)
  • Greatly improved performance of initial awards calculations when showing the awards report for a log the first time


OS X 10.7.5 or later, 64-bit processor


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