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Open Source Ham Radio App for Android.

Solar / calculated band conditions, Maidenhead Grid Locator & Callsign lookups via QRZ.com XML subscription.

If you have a non-premium (free) account on QRZ.com, you will only get the name and country of callsigns. We are looking at offering more callsign databases. Many free sources only contain US hams, which is of limited use for many of us.

If you experience a force close (crash) please press the "Report" button to submit it for analysis.

Also in addition report any issues or requests via email. Include device, android version, app version. Without relevant information, nothing will get fixed.

Developers wanting to contribute to the project: submit pull requests on github.

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Recently changed in this version

Fix issue on solar screen. I can only fix the bugs when you press the "Report" button. See: http://android-developers.blogspot.com/2010/05/google-feedback-for-android.html

Comments and ratings for Ham
  • (50 stars)

    by Johan Sevenster on 20/06/2014

    Number 1 tool for Hams. Thanks for updates

  • (50 stars)

    by Sam Ebnet on 03/06/2014

    Was a nice little app. N0NBH moved servers a bit ago, and the app seems to have not followed that move. All solar data points come through as null. Emails to the Dev were bounced back. Assuming it's been abandoned.

  • (50 stars)

    by Gerald Manthey on 28/05/2014

    App stopped working and I sent email to developer only to have it returned .

  • (50 stars)

    by John Andrews on 28/05/2014

    Not working for me either. The email developer send an email that bounces.

  • (50 stars)

    by Julien Antkies on 27/05/2014

    The app stopped working. It no longer reports solar conditions.

  • (50 stars)

    by Eddie Del Rio on 27/12/2013

    I do not subscribe to QRZ so it does me no good. I have held an amateur radio license since around 1991. I have yet to be able to afford any of the equipment. I was able to repair an ancient 2 meter radio back in the late 1990's but it kept having trouble and I was spending more time fixing than talking. Come 2000 it died and I have had no equipment since. I do not even know why I renewed agai

  • (50 stars)

    by Skip Vice on 30/06/2013

    works good on my LG my touch. just great

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