MixW is not complicated to use. It's as easy as clicking on some buttons. But don't be fooled! You're going to want to use some of the MixW's features to enhance everything you do in a radio. This is especially true with DXCC. Sorry, but it's true. MixW offers a Telnet/DSP cluster with support for Talkover and Talkover-Direct. You can configure auto backups. Go ahead and try it, it's cool. MixW is 64-Bit running in Windows 2000 Vista, XP, and the latest version of Windows.
First things first. Load your dummy station into MixW. No, we're not talking about a station with 15 watts (or even two) into a loop antenna. We're talking about a 250 watt station into an antenna of maximum length. Yes, astronomical. Very good. Better than good!
Now, add a new radio (in MixW) by pressing the NEW radio button on the top left. Make sure you click it. This doesn't do "anything" at all. You have clicked on the NEW radio button. You're going to have to do some stuff right away to make your station work. MixW will check this out.
You just loaded up a new radio. Name it. It won't matter what it is called but on the second radio click and make sure you select CONNECT DISK. Now you'll get a new folder appears on your disk. This is where you'll store your log. You will need to be sure to have another station on and be on the air with it in order to copy your log from the second radio as it's going out as extra copies. d2c66b5586