The WWL or World Wide Locator is born on 1 January 1985 and is the system to indicate the location of an amateur radio station using a code consisting of 2 letters 2 digits and 2 letters eg. JN55CE.
The World Wide Locator divides the Earth into 18,662,400 rectangles with a margin of error of about 5 km.
Communicate your WWL is very faster than communicating degrees, minutes and seconds of latitude and longitude.
BKTLocator calculates the WWLocator using GPS or mobile network, it also allows you to calculate the distance and direction of the locator of a our correspondent.