See where you can communicate to with just a few clicks with the original Android pocket RF planning coverage calculator for phones and tablets.
Service powered by dedicated servers at CloudRF.com using NASA SRTM terrain data with 99% Global coverage and the VHF/UHF Irregular Terrain Model (ITM), giving you accurate predictions between 20 and 20,000MHz. Requires internet connection and radio knowledge.
Registration required. You will need to supply your email address and Google Play order number to use this app. More information at http://cloudrf.com/registermyapp
This App is ideal for the following technologies and radio user groups:
Systems: DAB, DVB, GSM 2G/3G/4G/LTE, Marine VHF, PMR, TETRA, PTT, WiFi, WiMax
Groups: Emergency services (Ambulance, Coastguard, Fire, Forestry, Police), Amateur/Ham enthusiasts, Armed Forces/Military, Construction industry, Event organisers, Government, Maritime/Private Security, WISPs.
Application features - Full version:
* 100Km/63Mi max radius
* User defined resolutions from ~70m.
* KML enabled - Save to SD card and view in Google Earth
* Offline Archive - Disconnect from internet and use layers from SD card
* Multi layer - View coverage of multiple emitters at once
* Save location choice - Internal memory / SD card choice
* GPS enabled for location tracking
* Clutter layers - Random and defined
* Map pan with Latitude/Longitude in decimal degrees
* Frequency: 20MHz to 20GHz (VHF-UHF-SHF)
* Isotropic antenna
* Effective Radiated Power (ERP) in Watts
* SRTM2 elevation data with 99% Global coverage accurate to 90m
* Full Google Maps integration with Satellite layer choice
* Metric / Imperial units (m / f)
* Antenna Polarisation (H / V)
* Transmit and Receive mast heights (Above Ground Level)
* Receiver sensitivity in either dB / dBm / dBµV/m
* Terrain type for electrical conductivity
* Path Loss (dB)
* Received power (dBm)
* Field Strength (dBµV/m)
* Colour keys for dB,dBm,dBµV/m
* Transparency slider
* Colour choices for efficiency
* Save settings as template
* Searchable radio database
Full user manual available in app menu or at: https://m.cloudrf.com/app/
Service status available at:
1) SD card access - Needed to store the overlay(s).
2) Internet connection - to communicate with server.
3) GPS - to locate your position for mobile users (opt in)
Works with all popular Android devices from 2.1+.
Farrant Consulting Ltd accept no liability for how you interpret or use data from this service. It is your responsibility to supply accurate input and verify results before using them for the deployment of your network(s).
FEEDBACK/SUGGESTIONS WELCOME: email@example.com
Adapt pictures for sharing them via Email or on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Wordpress, Blogger, etc.
# Simple to use, powerful in customization #
- Resize and compress images
- Keep using your favorite Gallery App and select "share with PostPosition", then you can share it with any other App, with your pictures already reduced in size (sometimes up to 100 times smaller!)
- Image reduction algorithm is optimized for the best picture quality and low disk size
- Share your current position with or without images
- Add / remove / modify GPS Geotagging information or Private data inside images
- Keep / remove photo EXIF data or only the GPS EXIF
- Automatic rotation of pictures according to orientation EXIF tag
- Store your location (or choose a fake one) and store it inside the pictures using EXIF or via text
- Share a Google link of your position or an embedded map
- Post to Twitter, Facebook or WordPress also using only Email
- Organize your contacts in groups for quick posting
- Find out and share also the Postal address where you are
- NO ADS!
- Less than 100KB! Optimized code for fast performance and small size
Discover the rest!
Start PostPosition, attach files, post it.
From any other App select "Share with" and choose PostPosition. Add / remove GPS info and resize the images and forward it all to another App.
Select Attach File in any App. Choose PostPosition. Choose Gallery or any other App. Choose how to reduce it.
Start PostPosition, take a quick picture, post it.
You can also simply start PostPosition and send your position to you friends via SMS, gTalk, Mail, Skype, Line, Tango or WhatsApp.
WhatsApp only allows you to share the position where you are currently, but with PostPosition you can select on a map the position where you want to meet and you are not yet (or the position you were supposed to be ;-).
You can personalize which other information you want to send (Street Address, City, Altitude, Coordinates etc.) and to who by default.
Posts can be sent via mail, so you can post Offline when traveling without Internet connection, and it will be sent automatically when syncing mails again.
Long tap on the map to set a (meeting/fake) position to send.
PostPosition is a All-in-One App which gathers most of the functions from all these Apps:
Here I am 2, I am here, One touch Location, Send my Location, Meet me here, Superious, PosterDroid, Posterous, GeoCam, Twidroyd, Seesmic, picplz, Plume, twicca, GeoTagger, Image Shrink, Image Resizer.
This is a functional Beta version and we're still working on it, please leave negative feedback yet.
This is a very hardware dependent App. I apologize for all issues you may find. Please DO SEND THE REPORTS so that we can fix it for your device or contact us per mail at postposition AT sitoplex .com
Suggestions and ideas are more than welcome.
Post to Wordpress with a map using iFrames of your location. Keep a personal Blog with pictures of the places you visited.
Just link your Posterous account with Twitter or Facebook and then use firstname.lastname@example.org - anything in subject line will turn in your Twitter/Facebook status.
With it you can post automatically without installing any other App to: Facebook, Facebook Page, Twitter, LinkedIn, Buzz, FriendFeed, Jaiku, Plurk, Identica, Blogger, Tumblr, Shopify, Typepad, Xanga, Wordpress, MovableType, Drupal, Flickr, Picasa, YouTube, Vimeo, Viddler, Blip.tv, Scribd and Delicious
Go to blogger.com and create a blog.
From the Blogger dashboard, go to Settings -> Email and set up your own private mail-to-blogger address - something like email@example.com
Go to twitterfeed.com, login with your OpenID and associate your Blogger feed to your twitterfeed account.