Saturday, June 23, 2012

Android Application for Radio Amateurs

Here is some details of the Android Applications I use on my Galaxy S2


1) Echolink for Android)
2) HF Beacon. (HF beacon monitoring your android clock must be accurate)
Adroid Main Menu
Android Galaxy S2
3) Call Log. (Logbook)
4) HamGPS.
5) DroidRTTY.
6) AndPSKmail.
7) APRS View.
8) APRSdroid.
9) DroidPSK.
10) QRZDroid.
11) NCDXF Beacon.
12) NKCCluster.
13) DroidProp (very nice propagation program)
14) ElectroDroid.
15) HamSA.
16) Morse Code Trainer.
17) RF Calculator.
18) AHPSDR (Android SDR client for SDRServers)
19) AMSAT DROID (Satellite tracking)


1) Echolink for Android)
Very nice program works very well 3G or Wifi
Link where you can install the app
Echolink
Echolink Station List


















HF Beacon.

Very nice program to monitor 20M Beacons make shore your time is correct.
HF Beacon











Call Log.

Very handy if you are a way from your computer or logbook (Field station)
Call Log.



















HamGPS.

Ham GPS


















DroidRTTY.

You can connect your radio via Mic / Speaker
DroidRTTY











AndPSKmail.

You can connect your radio via Mic / Speaker
AndPSKmail


 

 

 

 

 

 


APRS View. 

APRS View is just a simple APRS view
APRS View

 












 


APRSdroid.

This the better APRS Viewer that aloes you to send Message as well as publishing you position.(U have the option to use GPRS / HSDPA data not your radio or you can connect to radio with speaker / Mic or blue-tooth)
(Very handy)
Read my details how to connect android to radio.




 































DroidPSK.











QRZDroid


















NKCCluster.



NKCCluster



















DroidProp


















ElectroDroid

This program is fantastic has all resistor xl, xc, f, resonant , and lots more
ic pin outs, regulator, cable details... ,555, tuned  ...78xx regulators.


















HamSA

South African Radio armature information application.

















Morse Code Trainer



















 RF Calculator



















AHPSDR (Android SDR client for SDRServers)


















Raspberry Pin connections



RPiREF is an easy and quick way of checking the Pin-out and GPIO references of the Raspberry Pi P1 and P5 Headers.
This information is already available in a number of forms but having it available on your Android smartphone or tablet is useful when you are experimenting.
This app covers :
- Pin numbering of the P1 GPIO Header
- Pin numbering of the P5 Header on Rev 2 boards
- Proper GPIO references for each pin
- 3.3V, 5V and ground pins

SDR Touch

This it the best App ever.
Turns your mobile phone or tablet into a cheap and portable software defined radio scanner.
Using the RTL2832U driver you could use one of the following compatible USB DVB-T tuners.
You could also connect to rtl_tcp server (read my write up here)









AmsatDroid

This App predicts future passes for amateur radio satellites for a specified location.
link where you can install it.