NOW INCLUDES SOCIAL FUNCTIONS!!!! In the repeater detail screen, click the I AM HERE button. All users will see that you are on that machine! This can be used to find your friends or a machine with a user on it. In Application settings you can turn on APRS posting. This posts your current position with the repeater you are checked into. Soon there will be a repeater view that shows local checkins and another that shows worldwide checkins that have EchoLink or IRLP.
NOW INTEGRATED WITH THE EchoLink APP!!
Over 50,000 repeaters and growing in 178 countries! Now the Official Repeater Directory of Canada and Radio Society of Great Britain!
RFinder (Repeater Finder), the premier Ham Radio repeater locating tool for Amateur Radio operators, allows you to find repeaters all over the world based on your current location or a specified location. It allows sorting by distance or by Trustee callsign as well as filtering by band and radius in miles or kilometers.
Social functions! Let other hams know you are on a repeater through RFinder AND APRS (optional)! Find an EchoLink node in RFinder and call it with one click via EchoLink! Automatic data updates as you move!
Repeater Finder (RFinder) taps into The World Wide Repeater Directory, including IRLP and EchoLink information.
Our repeater locator database is growing daily.
Access to the Directory is included for one year then it will be an annual subscription for $9.99, and your subscription works for all platforms...Android, iPhone/iPad/iPod, www.RTSYSTEMSINC.com and chirp.dansplanet.org radio programmers, as well as web.rfinder.net. Each purchase of a new platform advances your annual to a year from that new purchase date. Windows Phone is coming!
If we do not have your repeaters listed...please do not refund or give us a bad rating...add repeaters at http://add.rfinder.net or request an add or update from the app.. Don't forget LAT/LON (in decimal), use periods as decimals, please.
The application accesses our Worldwide Repeater Directory and scanner directory but only stores information for repeaters within approximately 80 miles (125 km) from your location on your handheld at any one time, saving you room on your device and allowing distance calculation and mapping features to operate smoothly. It uses geolocation either via cell tower triangulation, GPS or manual location entry (so you can look up the repeaters you will use on vacation or business trips, etc.).
If anyone has lists of repeaters from their countries we would love to incorporate that into our database.
Worldwide IRLP and Echolink nodes.
We support Android 1.6 and above!
Planned Future Developments
Contact us if you need apps created that are back-ended by IBM Lotus Domino, or any other database! Yes, Tablets!
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The features in the receiving modes include:
- Spectrum analyzer for easy tuning
- Auto synchronization ( auto slant correction)
- Auto mode detect
- VIS encoding (detects SSTV header and sets mode automatically)
- Level bar for adjusting the audio signal
- Auto save received pictures to SD Card.
- Share received pictures (Email , Dropbox etc.)
The features in the transmitting modes include:
- Pre-load up to 9 pictures from the SD Card into DroidSSTV’s gallery
- Adjust contrast, brightness and saturation
- Template editor for easily overlaying templates over images
- Macro’s for use with templates
DroidPSK is able to decode a BPSK31 or BPSK63 signal though the build in microphone. Just hold your Android phone or tablet close to the speaker of you Amateur Radio transceiver, adjust the waterfall slider to the PSK carrier frequencies and DroidPSK will start decoding.
In transmitting mode characters can be entered trough the keyboard. 20 Macros are also available to store standard texts like "name and qth" and "station info"
Starting V2.0 DroidPSK now also includes a logbook. Callsign, Name RST etc can be easily transferred into the lookbook from the receiving screen. The logbook also includes ADIF export and import to transfer your logbook data to a PC based logging software.
If you like to see more information you can take a look at the manual at: http://www.wolphi.com/ham-radio-apps/droidpsk/manual/
The suggested frequencies for PSK on the Amateur Radio bands are:
- 160m 1838.15 KHz
- 80m 3580.15 KHz
- 40m 7035.15 KHz for region 1 and region 3, and 7080.15 KHz for region 2 *
- 30m 10142.15 KHz
- 20m 14070.15 KHz
- 17m 18100.15 KHz
- 15m 21080.15 KHz (although most activity can be found 10 KHz lower)
- 12m 24920.15 KHz
- 10m 28120.15 KHz
If you experience any problems or have any suggestions please let me know at firstname.lastname@example.org
Functional overview of the application
You can use some transceiver’s DR functions.
Send and receive voice and pictures.
Send and receive text messages.
See the location of repeater sites or other stations on a map using received position data, or your transceiver’s repeater list.
Automatically set the transceiver’s “FROM” and “TO” fields by tapping a repeater site or a station on the map.
Use your own maps without needing an internet connection.
In the DV mode, read and edit the received station’s information.
Download additional information from an Internet database, such as QRZ.com or APRS.fi.
Call Sign list
Edit call signs and names used in the DR function. Also, you can add a call sign and a name in the Call Sign list.
See the detailed data entered in the Repeater list.
Change some of the transceiver’s function settings.
Select application software settings.
Import a Repeater list and a Call Sign list.
Export the Repeater list, the Call Sign list, and the Receive History.
The RS-MS1A operating requirements are as follows:
1. Android 4.0 or later
The RS-MS1A has been tested with the following Android devices available in Japan.
- Samsung Galaxy S3 Progre(au SCL21: Android 4.0.4 / 4.1.2)
- Samsung Galaxy S3 (NTT docomo SC-03E: Android 4.1.1)
- Samsung Galaxy S3α (NTT docomo SC-03E: Android 4.1.1)
- Samsung Galaxy S4 (NTT docomo SC-04E: Android 4.2.2 / 4.3 / 4.4.2)
- Samsung Galaxy Note (NTT docomo SC-05D: Android 4.1.2)
- Samsung Galaxy Note3 (NTT docomo SC-01F / au SCL22: Android 4.3 / 4.4.2)
- Google Nexus 7 (2012) (Nexus7-16G: Android 4.2.2 / 4.4.2 / 4.4.3)
- Google Nexus 7 (2013) (Nexus7-16G: Android 4.3 / 4.4.2 / 4.4.3)
2. Touch screen
3. Bluetooth function and/or USB host function
- ID-51A/E (PLUS) 50th Anniversary model
*Not all functions are usable.
To use the RS-MS1A with a supported transceiver, you need an internal Bluetooth unit or the OPC-2350LU data cable. See your transceiver’s instruction manual for details.
- The RS-MS1A may not work with all Android devices, even if it is one of the tested devices. This is because an application program on your device may conflict with the RS-MS1A.
- You may need to install additional file managing and image processing software.
- Your Android device must be USB host function compatible to communicate with your transceiver through the OPC-2350LU cable. Even if your device is USB host function compatible, the RS-MS1A may not function properly.
- You may need to connect to the Internet through a Wireless LAN, a 3G network or an LTE network for some functions.
- The RS-MS1A supports only portrait orientation. It does not support Auto Rotate.
- Remove the data cable when the Android device is not used to reduce the devices power consumption
- The RS-MS1A program may lock up when transmitting some high-quality or large size image files, or continuously operated for a long time. In that case, restart the program.
- Depending on the Android device, the power supplied to the USB terminal may be stopped while in the display sleep mode or power saving mode. In that case, remove the “Screen timeout” check mark on the Application Setting screen of the RS-MS1A.
- When you transmit an image file with the baud rate set at 4800bps, some of that data may be lost. In that case, set the baud rate to over 9600bps.
So here it is and its open source (Apache License, Version 2.0):
Patches are welcome :)
It decodes the following modes at the moment:
Robot Modes: 36 & 72
PD Modes: 50, 90, 120, 160, 180, 240 & 290
Martin Modes: 1 & 2
Scottie Modes: 1, 2 & DX
Wraase Modes: SC2 180
You can even watch old B/W or unsupported modes in the "Raw Mode".
If an calibration header gets detected, the resulting image will be saved in the "Pictures" directory and can be immediately seen in the Image gallery.
Switching away to another application will not stop the decoder and will continue to run in background.
To stop the decoder, you must exit via the "back" button of Android.
Here you can find my wife's free open source SSTV Encoder:
You're welcome to join our "Robot36 SSTV Alpha Testers" community on Google+ to help test alpha releases:
Here a schematic for a line or headphone output to microphone input converter:
There are still some things that need to be addressed but for now: please enjoy testing :)
Be careful if using this while driving a car. The app is not suitable for operating while driving.
By default, it shows APRS positions for HAM radio operators in the Nordic countries. Its user-interactions is mostly in norwegian. We may consider extending the area and translating to more languages, if there is interest. Contributtions and suggestions are welcome. The Polaric Server project is on GitHub.
See also aprs.no/dokuwiki
After clicking on a mode the image will be scaled to that mode's native size.
To keep the aspect ratio, black borders will be added if necessary.
Original image can be resend using another mode without reloading.
Currently supported modes:
Martin Modes: Martin 1, Martin 2
PD Modes: PD 50, PD 90, PD 120, PD 160, PD 180, PD 240, PD 290
Scottie Modes: Scottie 1, Scottie 2, Scottie DX
Robot Modes: Robot 36 Color, Robot 72 Color
Wraase Modes: Wraase SC2 180
Here a free SSTV Decoder:
Click on any node on the map to get connection details. The details include the node’s frequency and tone, and whether the node is idle or not. Free + No Ads.
EchoLink for Android provides access to the EchoLink network from your Android device. You can use this app to connect to the EchoLink system from almost anywhere, using either a WiFi or cellular (3G/4G) connection.
When an incoming text message is received the program will lookup that phone number and password, if found the application will behave as follows:
•Initiate GPS and get current location.
•Convert latitude and longitude to friendly street name
•Send the Street name via text message back to the requesting users.
Since the current location is sent back via text message any phone capable of sending and receiving a text message can interface with this program
The GPS will only be initiated and then disabled when a valid incoming text message is received, saving battery life.
It starts with two letters and adds more when it sees that you are ready. This is the easiest way to learn code because the computer thinks about the practice you need next instead of wasting your time with stuff you already know or confusing you with stuff that you don’t.
You'll find yourself learning CW with fun as if it is a game.
The original idea comes from Ward Cunningham K9OX (http://c2.com/morse/) and first described in an article in the May 1977 issue of QST magazine.
The app by default uses the LCWO letter sequence (derived from Koch one) and starts with the first two letters: K and M.
For Each letter you have a column showing how high is your error score. It starts from 100 and lowers as you start guessing letters right and increases when you are wrong or you take too much time to recognize it.
But you'll have 5 different letter layout to choose from.
WPM (Words Per Minute): let you set the speed of the CW playing. The suggested speed is 20. The minimum is 15. You should choose a speed that does help you focus on the sound of each letter and not on the dits and dahs.
CW TONE: choose a tone frequency that suits your ears. Default is 700Hz
LESSON: sets the lesson level. By default you start with lesson 1 (2 letters) and as you get confident with them new ones are addedd.
MINIMUM ERROR LEVEL: sets the minimum average error level before adding a new letter.
TIMEOUT: sets the number of seconds to wait before the app gives you a hint of the letter.
TIME LIMITED SESSION: by default the session stops when you decide to stop. But you can set it to automatically stop after 5/10/15/20/25/30 minutes.
RESET SETTINGS: resets the error level of each letter back to 100%.
LETTERS SEQUENCE: let's you select the letter sequence from a choice of 5 different ones:
LCWO (the default one):
K M U R E S N A P T L W I . J Z = F O Y , V G 5 / Q 9 2 H 3 8 B ? 4 7 C 1 D 6 0 X
KOCH (the most famous and used one):
K M R S U A P T L O W I . N J E = F 0 Y , V G 5 / Q 9 Z H 3 8 B ? 4 2 7 C 1 D 6 X
ORIGINAL MM (the original sequence from the 1977 article):
Q 7 Z G 0 9 8 O 1 J P W . L R A M 6 B / X D = Y C K N 2 3 ? F U 4 5 V H S I T E
ETANIM (one of the classical sequences):
E T A N I M D S O U R C K P B G W L Q H F Y Z V X J 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0 . / = ?
OSCAR I7OHP (a great CW trainer here in Italy):
A U V E I S 1 2 H T M O 3 N D B 4 G Z 5 R L F 6 Q W 7 J K 8 C Y 9 X P 0 . / = ?
Choose the one that suits better your training needs or switch from one to the other.
At the end of each session, the app will give you a score. It'll also record your best score so that you can compete with yourself and see how much your performances are improving.
Learn CW the fun way!
For any suggestion or request of support email to email@example.com or go to http://alphapapacharlie.com
72/73, Andrea IU4APC
A fully featured QRSS (Slow CW) Beacon on Android. You can select a DIT duration from 1 to 60 seconds and choose one of the 3 supported modes: QRSS, FSK/CW and DFCW.
You need to connect the audio out of your Android device to the audio in of your radio and an enable VOX.
How it works:
1. Choose the message you want to send (eg. IU4APC JN64DD)
2. Set the DIT duration (from 1 to 60 seconds). The app automatically calculates the message duration and the minimum frame duration.
3. Optionally set a custom frame duration (the time between the start of every message repetition). Frame duration can’t be smaller than message duration.
4. Select the mode: QRSS (slow CW), FSK/CW or DFCW
5. Select the center frequency (between 450Hz and 550Hz)
6. For FSK/CW and DFCW you can select if you want the shift to be higher or lower the main frequency
7. Press START
You can STOP the message whenever you want and also change any of the parameters as well, even during the transmission.
The Message Time shows you how much time has passed and how much is left.
Same applies to the Frame Time.
72/73, Andrea IU4APC
Get notified when propagation is reported to be good for a particular frequency band.
Now with great circle and heat map plotting on Google maps!
Open source. No Ads.
73 de AC8ES
Supports the ISO basic latin characters, the Arabic numerals and a set of punctuation.
- Convert your text to morse code
- Decode morse code to text (from text and from sound)
- Display a list of morse codes and the corresponding alphanumeric character
- Set your own speed for playback (words per minute) (3 – 25 WPM)
- Add morse code widgets to your homescreen (each widget with its own text and action [flash/beep/vibrate])
- Copy morse code to clipboard
- Use the camera flash to send morse code
- Make the phone play the morse code as beeps
- Make the phone vibrate the morse code
- Share the code with any app you like
- Listen to morse code and let the app decode it in real-time
For now only Belgium and Holland.
In the near future this app will be extended to a pro version that will be able to play your personal MP3 list build in a webdatabase, so no need to download your list onto your mobile device.
- Navigeer naar de OSB website (One Click)
- Lees de RSS feeds (One Click)
- Lees alle verschenen e-CQ QSO's
- Navigeer vanaf uw lokatie naar de OSB Shack
- Lijst van andere UBA Sectie's (Adres & Navigatie)
- Verstuur een tweet
- Zoek een callsign via QRZ.com
Blijkbaar wordt de app als niet compatible met Adroid 2.1.x weergegeven, deze werkt bij mij toch zonder problemen. U kan deze downloaden via mijn website www.on3php.be/apps.
Vragen / tips / andere steeds welkom