MYCallsign is an Android application for looking up Malaysian Amateur Radio (hamradio) callsign. User only need to key-in the ham callsign that they wished to view and the application will automatically display relevant information related to the hamradio operator.
* Database is updated from time to time according to SKMM website
* Does not require internet connection
* Supports quick lookup of operator's callsign and handle
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 email@example.com for any issues or suggestions.
• Quick reference of band and privilege restrictions
• Graphical representation of the amateur radio bands and licensee privileges
• ARRL's gentleman's agreements
• Native tablet layouts
• Some non-amateur frequencies of interest (NIST time channels and NOAA radio channels)
• More calling frequencies
• Emission Type Search
• UK Band Plan
• Canada Band Plan
• More non-amateur frequencies of interest
I just wanted to say that I am eager to hear everyone's feedback, positive and negative. If you have a question, suggestion, critique, ect, please either email me or write a review and I'll see what I can do.
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.
PLEASE BE AWARE THAT THIS, NOR ANY OTHER APP/WEBSITE, CAN PROVIDE ACCURATE LOCATION INFO FOR ANY HAM WHO CHOOSES TO USE A PO BOX AS THEIR ADDRESS ON FILE WITH THE FCC. FOR THOSE HAMs THAT CHOOSE TO USE A PO BOX AS THEIR ADDRESS OF RECORD WITH THE FCC, GOOGLE MAPS WILL MAKE A BEST APPROXIMATION BASED ON THE CENTROID OF THE ZIPCODE OR CITY NAME.
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