the eight day God said "Let there be HAM radio".... and there was!"
I got my first HAM license in 1976 as UB5IIH. I
operated mostly CW. It has been my favorite mode. In
1993, due to the call system restructuring, I had to
change my callsign to UR8IDX. Currently I am a first
class license holder and enjoy using digital modes
such as PSK31, MFSK16, RTTY, SSTV.
Here on my site a number of links to HAM soft pages
can be found. Please do not get discouraged if some of
them happened to be not active. It's because the
Internet is ever changing and moving "substance".
Nevertheless, the most of them should be working ones.
I'm sure these references would help those folks who
are looking for amateur radio software to evaluate. If
you find my site to be somewhat useful, a few lines
dropped in my guestbook at the bottom of this page
would be greatly appreciated.
IARU bandplan It is neccasary to know bandplan recomended by IARU.
I know a lot of cases using forbident frequency on HF bands and VHF repiter chanels.
Some try use unexisting R8 chanel on 2 meter band. So you can download or see the
bandplan recomended by IARU 144Mhz Bandplan page Short all band plan
Satellite tracking programs.
There are a lot of software to calculate satellite visibility. I will not show all known programs.
A few of them is good to use under DOS, Windows. Satellite is nice and precision DOS software. InstantTrack is nice and precision DOS software. WinOrbit is nice and precision Windows 32bit software. Sat Scape is 3D/2D big "monster" for windows98. Require Direct X and P-II 400 processor Satellite's working frequncy
For those who interested in meteor QSO. Simply a nd nice software with CW keying and programing events. Meteor scater Little Meteor Scater program. Meteor DOS software by PA3BZO 55kb. Compact MS-soft v 5.1 by OH5IY 594kb.
Echolink Exelent program alows work with DX in real time via the internet using voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology.
Eqso Another program alows work with DX in real time via the internet using voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology.