N1MM+ Features


  • All major and many minor HF Contests are supported
    • Including General DX logging, DXpedition, DXSatellite and VHF DX.
  • SSB, CW and Digital support
  • Multi-user support
  • Rover support for QSO parties and other contests which support this.
  • VHF and up contesting
    • Transverter support (SHF bands supported up to 10, 24, 47, 76, 142 and 241 GHz).
  • Dxpedition mode (Stay in Run or S&P)

Key Features

  • ESM- Enter Send Message Mode – just press the Enter key to make a qso
  • Uses sound card for DVK but also DVK interface for W9XT and other DVK interfaces
  • Automatic CW generation (LPT and via USB to serial converter)
  • Rotator control (Using N1MM Rotor, PSTRotorAZ or ARSWIN)
  • Grayline window
  • Two VFO support when using one radio, with one VFO per Bandmap
  • SO2R/SO2V support
  • Telnet cluster support – spots automatically update the bandmaps
  • Winkeyer support (Serial CW keyer by K1EL)
  • Automatic beam heading and sunrise/sunset calculations
  • Spot all S&P calls locally (QSYing wipes the call and spots QSO in bandmap)

Digital Support

  • All major and most smaller RTTY and Digital contests
  • AFSK and FSK with use of soundcards and terminal units (DXP-38, PK-232, Kam, etc.)
  • Interfaces with MMTTY, MMVARI, and Fldigi
  • SO1V, SO2V and SO2R
  • Option of scrolling or non-scrolling text display
  • Up to 4 parallel RX decoding windows using either MMTTY or a TU, all interacting with the Entry Window
  • Multiplier/Dupe color coding of calls on the fly in any RX window
  • Ability to find calls in Master.scp file in long strings of text in the RX windows (e.g., in ASDFGHJKLN1MMAS#$%WERT, N1MM would be highlighted)
  • Multiple call Grab window that displays last 7 callsigns received in the RX window
  • Point and click capture of callsigns and exchanges to Entry Window
  • Ability to complete entire QSO with mouse and never leave the RX window (With ESM turned on)
  • Up to 24 additional macro buttons
  • Ability to stack incoming calls and work them off the stack by using a TU/Now macro


  • Entry Window, Log Window, Telnet Window, Summary Window,Info Window, Available Mults and Qs Window and the Digital Interfaces
  • Multiplier window.
  • Call check function, including N+1 matching
  • Dual graphical bandmaps click to tune radio to the spot selected. The bandmap can be zoomed in or out depending on number of spots shown
  • Available Window keeps track of needed spots and mults on each band for easy band-change decisions. *Color-coded buttons on the Entry window indicate on which bands the current contact is needed
  • Click on packet spot in Bandmap or Available window to tune to that frequency/mode
  • The program retains the size and position of windows as specified by the user
  • Customizable fonts and colors (skins)
  • Many windows have individual font “sizers”, to increase or decrease font size independent of the overall settings
  • Interface is translatable to any language. Many common language translations are available via download from within the program.

Advanced Features

  • Single Operator Two Radio Operation (SO2R), including Dueling CQ and selectable advanced SO2R modes
  • Serial number server for SO2R and multi-user modes – coordinates serial numbers between radios
  • S&P callsign stacking
  • Multi user support with automatic resync on reconnect
  • Rotator control
  • Antenna mapping

Radio Support

  • Radio interface supports radios from Alinco, Elecraft, FlexRadio, Icom, Kenwood, Orion, TenTec and Yaesu

Hardware Support

  • LPT port functionality to control antenna switches, radio selection, and PTT (XP/Vista/Windows 7,8,10,11)
  • Support for microHAM and OTRSP SO2R protocols

Import/Export Features

  • Cabrillo export support
  • ADIF import/export support
  • Transaction log, which keeps all QSOs to facilitate recovery of log
  • Statistical reports

PC Requirements

Refer to the >Documentation >Getting Started >Introduction section for the minimum hardware/software configuration necessary to support N1MM+

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