|American Radio Relay League||Virginia ARES/RACES|
|Southeastern Repeater Association||Eastern Virginia APRS Group - N4EVA|
|Virginia Beach ARC - W4UG||Virginia DX Century Club - W4DZ|
|Chesapeake Amateur Radio Service - W4CAR||Portsmouth ARC - W4POX|
|Tidewater Wireless - W4VB||USS Wisconsin ARC - N4WIS|
|Western Tidewater ARA - WT4RA||Suffolk Area ARA|
|Virginia Air & Space Center ARG - KE4ZXW|
|NASA Langley ARC - KG4NJA||Williamsburg Area ARC|
|Eastern Shore ARC||Sterling Park ARC -Region 4 2x3 QSL bureau|
|Middle Peninsula ARC||Tidewater Radio Conventions|
|Radio Amateur Society of Norfolk|
|Fessenden ARS - K4OBX|
|Columbia Emergency Repeater Association||The Albemarle Amateur Radio Society - NC4EC|
|Outer Banks Repeater Association|
UI-View is an APRS program developed by Roger Barker G4IDE (SK 9/8/04). This program is steadily gaining popularity
in North America, primarily because of unprecidented support by Roger and the fact it is likely the most stable windows based
APRS system in amateur radio today. Users may make their own maps using Street Atlas USA ("old style", not deluxe or current
"new style" versions), Streets and Trips, or Precision Mapping version 5,6 & 7 (which allows "zooming" much like APRSDOS or WINAPRS).
UI-View features an "open-ended architecture", allowing other people to write add-on programs to UI-View. There are several
add-ons available now. You may download the freeware version from the UI-View website. This version is almost 100% fully functional.
If you'd like, you may register the program
here. Though entirely voluntary, Roger's family requests that in lieu of a registration fee, any new registrations please make a donation to your national cancer research organization (in the USA, the American Cancer Society).