Includes three question pools:
* Technician Section T1-T6 only (Paid app has latest)
* General Sections G1-G4 only (Paid app has latest)
* Extra Section E1 only (Paid app has latest)
The paid version has all CURRENT sections for Technician, General and Extra class.
Run through various types of practice test to ensure that you'll be prepared!
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for any issues or suggestions.
Update: Added Scuba Diving Hand Signals and other minor corrections.
Includes all three complete question pools (and lifetime updates):
* Technician (effective until June 30, 2014)
* General (effective until June 30, 2015)
* Extra (effective until June 30, 2016)
Install the free version to try it out.
Run through various types of practice test to ensure that you'll be prepared!
Please email email@example.com for any issues or suggestions.
Includes full question pools:
* Technician (effective till 2014-06-30)
* General (effective July 1, 2011)
* Extra (effective till 2012-06-30)
* Updated latest Technician question pool.
* Correct crash when changing orientation.
Please be aware that this app can only be used to lookup U.S. base Ham callsigns. The free callsign lookup services available to this app only contain callsigns of U.S. based Ham operators. There are other non-free apps that can lookup international callsigns. If that is your requirement please pay for one of those apps.
The users location can be determined by either GPS (the device's location services) or by using the user's callsign (the address on file for the user with the FCC).
The "other" ham is identified by their callsign. HamRadioCall looks up the other ham's address on file at the FCC and displays that ham's location on a map with the connecting great circle arc. The range and azimuth to the other ham is also calculated and displayed. This can be valuable for antenna aiming and the evaluation of the propagation conditions and the performance of the both ham's equipment and antennas.
HamRadioCall is developed by Roy Watson, N1ZTL. The FCC license data is updated daily and provided courtesy of Josh Dick, W1JDD though an API at his website: callook.info.
This app is for ham radio operators, shortwave listeners, and others who need to know the propagation conditions across the HF bands. Please send comments and suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org -- thanks!
“Antenna” is a curation magazine, which you can enjoy picking up and editing articles from more than 130 selected media.
You can create your own curation magazine “Antenna”, by selecting magazines that you are curious on from these various magazines supplied.
In addition, you can also create your own original genre from the keyword that you chose.
※You can also play this App without registration!
~ The feature of “Antenna”~
■Devastating quality of screen design and maneuverability
Antenna has created the UI, which enables comfortable use in the limited Smart phone screen.
The UI is designed by Mr. Hironori Sugie, who took charge of the opening movie of Japanese TV show “NEWS ZERO”
■Connect to the information that you really want smartly.
When you always meet up with something new, isn’t there always “people” in between?
Antenna creates a bond between people and products. By using the Follow function you can acquire information smoothly from the person who has a close sense with you, or person who you are in mind.
Detail of the function
・Clip : You can Clip(save) articles that you liked. You can clip articles from the clip button on the right-top of the article. Your followers can see the articles that you have clipped.
・Comment : You can write a comment on the article.
・me too! : When you have a sympathy to other people’s comment, you can react by pressing “me too”
■Connect with Social Medias
By connecting to Facebook/Twitter/Evernote, you can save or share articles that you have clipped.
You can also see contributions of Facebook and Twitter on Antenna.
As you use Antenna more, more you get sensitive to the world, and your world will expand.
Don’t you want to produce the moment where various people and Products meet up?
【PC browser edition】
http://antenna.jp (You can use the same account with the Andriod edition)
【Official Facebook Page】
Our staff will select interesting information/articles from articles in Antenna, and will contribute them on the Facebook page everyday.
【About the supports】
Our twitter account (@antenna_jp) delivers various information about Antenna. For example, the usage of the App, updating versions etc… Please have a look at it!
We are delivering articles from more than 130 selected Media! ※up to 2013/4/4
ART and ARCHITECTURE Review
IT media digital camera plus
Lunch Journal 【Shibuya & Ebisu】
mb! by Mercedes-Benz
Nikkei Woman Online
Otakuma economic news
The radio diary of Sawaako
Tokyo Headphone Magazine
Woman Apps Magazine
※ordered in ABC order
※Antenna has an official contract with these media, for delivering articles and the media information.
【When you use the App】
In order to acquire the information, Internet environment is needed. It will be more comfortable if you use this App under Wi-Fi environment.
* Shows satellites, planets, stars, and constellations.
- solar system computations using white paper by Paul Schlyter
- satellite TLE data from NORAD feed at celestrak.com
- uses sgp4 c++ port
* Sky View mode ( planetarium sky map view )
- tag satellite flyby by touching a satellite as it goes overhead
- tag planets, stars, and constellations by just tapping on them while in the view
- share tagged objects with friends on your Facebook feed
* Earth View mode ( view earth from space )
- shows "you are here" marker with proper orientation for what your device is pointed at
- day / night shading
- satellite viewing band indicates when satellites are visible in your sky
* Choose from:
- Brightest satellites
- Favorite satellites
- Amateur radio satellites
- Iridium constellation satellites
* Displays paths of satellite fly-overs
* Uses location services to determine your global position
* Uses NTP ping for accurate time
* Night Mode to reduce eye shock
* Facebook integration:
- publish the satellites you've spotted
- update your favorites list at http://home.xyzw.us/star3map/user.php
* Updates data when network connection is available
* Uses cached copy when away from network
If you have any problems, please email. I will respond quickly and provide an update if there is a bug in the software.
Keywords: planetarium, astronomy, skymap, star chart, star map, satellite finder, NASA, NORAD, TLE, Celestrak, space flight, dragon c2+, spacex
No radioamadorismo moderno, o código Q tende a perder sua importância. Aliás, a boa comunicação se faz com o uso de palavras simples e bem articuladas e não com códigos. Em todo caso, certos códigos Q acabam se integrando à linguagem corriqueira do radioamador, razão pela qual este aplicativo foi feito.
The Quran is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from Allah It is widely regarded as the finest piece of literature in the Arabic language. Muslims consider the Quran to be the only book that has been protected by Allah from distortion or corruption.
Muslims believe that the Quran was verbally revealed from Allah to Muhammad (PBUH) through the angel Jibril a.s, gradually over a period of approximately 23 years, beginning on 22 December 609 CE, the Quran was collected by his companions using written Quranic materials and everything that had been memorized of the Quran.
Muslims regard the Quran as the most important miracle of Muhammad (PBUH), the proof of his prophethood and the culmination of a series of divine messages that started with the messages revealed to Adam (a.s.) and ended with Muhammad (PBUH). The Quran describes itself as a book of guidance. It sometimes offers detailed accounts of specific historical events, and it often emphasizes the moral significance of an event over its narrative sequence. The Quran is used along with the hadith to interpret sharia law. During prayers, the Quran is recited only in Arabic.
We are also working on the following Languages and Programs:
- Min Nan
- Min Bei
- Haitian Creole
- Min Dong
- Radio Quran Live from Makkah, Saudi Arabia
- Radio Quran Live from Mecca, Saudi Arabia for your IPhone New
- Renowned Quran Qaris (Reciters) live 24 hours a day
- Radio Quran Live from United Arab Emirates
- Quran Radio from Australia
- Introduction to Prayer
- Ahmed Laat in Urdu
- Quran Internet Radio Stations
- Watch live streaming broadcast of Makkah and Medina
- Listen and Download World Best Quran Reciters MP3 New
- Quran Recitation with English Translation
- Quran Recitation with Urdu Translation
- Biography of the Prophet Mohammed (SAW) by Martin Lings
- Listen to Shaikh Mutwelee El Sharawy
- Listen And Watch Live Islamic TV such as Iqra and Al Majd
- Free Download of the largest Audio selection of Islamic Scholars
- Islamic Audio
- Mobile recitation for Mobile Phones
- Audio Al-Islam
- Riyadhus Saliheen in Audio
- Hadith Audio
- Listen to the 99 Names Of Allah
- Excellent Islamic Lectures
- Ahmed Deedat Audios
- Islamic Teachings Series by Dr. Jamal Badawi
- Islamic Lessons and Lectures in Audio
- Islamic Audio Studio
- Ibrahim Izat Dawah Tabligh Muslim scholar
- Zakir Naik
- Tariq Jamil in Urdu
- Umer Palan Pure in Urdu
- Tawfiq Alsayeq Website in Arabic
- Learn to Speak Arabic Arabic, English, Transliteration, and Audio
- Islamic Lecture Tapes
- Athan Software
- Your MP3 Quran Library the complete Quran by over 30 different reciters
- The call to Prayer - Athan
and Many More ....
You may also use it to find a nearby VE session, which is the reason that the app requires the coarse location privilege.
In the late 1940s, CBS chairman William S. Paley, a fan of The Adventures of Philip Marlowe radio serial, asked his programming chief, Hubell Robinson, to develop a hardboiled Western series, a show about a "Philip Marlowe of the Old West." Robinson instructed his West Coast CBS Vice-President, Harry Ackerman, who had developed the Philip Marlowe series, to take on the task.
Ackerman and his scriptwriters, Mort Fine and David Friedkin, created an audition script called "Mark Dillon Goes to Gouge Eye" based on one of their Michael Shayne radio scripts, "The Crooked Wheel". Two auditions were created in 1949. The first was very much like a hardboiled detective series and starred Michael Rye (credited as Rye Billsbury) as Dillon; the second starred Straight Arrow actor Howard Culver in a more Western, lighter version of the same script. CBS liked the Culver version better, and Ackerman was told to proceed.
But there was a complication. Culver's contract as the star of Straight Arrow would not allow him to do another Western series. The project was shelved for three years, when MacDonnell and Meston discovered it creating an adult Western series of their own.
MacDonnell and Meston wanted to create a radio Western for adults, in contrast to the prevailing juvenile fare such as The Lone Ranger and The Cisco Kid. Gunsmoke was set in Dodge City, Kansas during the thriving cattle days of the 1870s. Dunning notes, "The show drew critical acclaim for unprecedented realism."
The radio series aired from April 26, 1952 ("Billy the Kid," written by Walter Newman), until June 18, 1961, on CBS. It starred William Conrad as Marshal Matt Dillon, Howard McNear as Doc Charles Adams, Georgia Ellis as Kitty Russell, and Parley Baer as Dillon's assistant Chester Wesley Proudfoot.
Conrad was one of the last actors who auditioned for the role of Marshal Dillon. With a powerful, distinctive voice, Conrad was already one of radio's busiest actors. Though Meston championed him, MacDonnell thought Conrad might be overexposed. During his audition, however, Conrad won over MacDonnell after reading only a few lines. Dillon as portrayed by Conrad was a lonely, isolated man, toughened by a hard life. MacDonnell later claimed, "Much of Matt Dillon's character grew out of Bill Conrad."
Meston relished the upending of cherished Western fiction clichés and felt that few Westerns gave any inkling of how brutal the Old West was in reality. Dunning writes that Meston was especially disgusted by the archetypal Western hero and set out "to destroy [that type of] character he loathed." In Meston's view, "Dillon was almost as scarred as the homicidal psychopaths who drifted into Dodge from all directions."
Chester's character had no surname until Baer ad libbed "Proudfoot" during an early rehearsal. The amiable character was usually described as Dillon's "assistant," but the December 13, 1952, episode "Post Martin," Dillon described Chester as Dillon's deputy. The TV series changed Chester's last name to Goode.
Doc Adams was iconoclastic and grumpy, but McNear's performances became more warm-hearted. In the January 31, 1953, episode "Cavalcade," Doc Adams' backstory is revealed: His real name is Calvin Moore, educated in Boston, and he practiced as a doctor for a year in Richmond, Virginia where he fell in love with a beautiful young woman who was also being courted by a wealthy young man named Roger Beauregard. Beauregard forced Doc into fighting a duel with him, resulting in Beauregard's being shot and killed. Even though it was a fair duel, because Doc was a Yankee and an outsider he was forced to flee. The young woman fled after him and they were married in St. Louis, but two months later she died of typhus. Doc wandered throughout the territories until he settled in Dodge City seventeen years later under the name of "Charles Adams."
Wie in einem intelligenten Karteikartensystem wiederholt die App alle Prüfungsfragen. Ist eine Frage mehrfach richtig beantwortet kommt sie nur noch selten, so lernt man nur noch die Fragen die man noch nicht kann.
Durch das Lern-O-Meter hat man jederzeit einen Überblick über den eigenen Wissensstand.
In Deutschland ist zwar der Besitz von Amateurfunkgeräten und das Empfangen von Amateurfunksendungen für jeden gestattet, jedoch muss für die aktive Teilnahme am Amateurfunkdienst (senden) ein Nachweis über besondere Kenntnisse vorhanden sein.
Grundsätzlich gibt es zwei verschieden Klassen, die Klasse E (Einsteiger) und die Klasse A (Fortgeschrittene).
Mit dieser App lernst Du auf einfache Weise und effizient alle Fragen für Deine Amateurfunkprüfung Klasse A.
Der Fragenkatalog wurde den Internetseiten der Bundesnetzagentur entnommen und wird mit deren Genehmigung veröffentlicht.
Trotz regelmäßiger und sorgfältiger Prüfung können wir die Aktualität der vorliegenden Fragen nicht garantieren.
Bitte informieren Sie sich gegebenenfalls selbst unter www.Bundesnetzagentur.de.
Stand: Klasse A, Februar 2007
Die App beinhaltet:
✔ Statistik über gelernte Fragen und Lernstand
✔ merken von Fragen und Lernen dieser als eigenes Kapitel
✔ Kurzanleitung in der App
✔ Übersicht über die letzen falsch beantworteten Fragen
✔ App arbeitet Offline, Internetverbindung ist nicht notwendig
✔ Online-Sync zum Updaten von Fragen und Antworten
✔ Lernstandsynchronisierung - Es ist nun möglich deinen Lernerfolg online mit Büffeln.Net abzugleichen. Dadurch hast du die Möglichkeit mit mehreren Geräten und im Web gleichzeitig an einer Prüfung zu lernen und deinen Lernstand überall hin mitzunehmen
✔ Prüfungsmodus (es ist möglich eine Prüfung unter gleichen Bedingungen wie in der amtlichen Prüfung zu simulieren)
✔ optionaler Benachrichtigungsdienst für Neuigkeiten rund um diese App und Bueffeln.Net