APRS: Automatic Position Reporting System

APRS is a system developed, which uses amateur radio to transmit position reports, weather reports, and messages between users.

(Be patient...the applet, map and data files are over 200k, so depending on your connection speed it may take a couple of minutes to load.)

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If it did, you'd see something like this!javAPRS Screen Shot

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javAPRS Commands (Case Insensitive)
U or PGUP zooms up (wider view)
D or PGDN zooms down (narrower view)
L lists stations heard to the Java console
W lists only weather station reports to the Java console
B lists beacons to the Java console
I lists ID reports to the Java console
M lists last 25 messages to the Java console
CTRL-click centers map on clicked location
ALT-click zooms in on clicked location
Arrow keys scrolls map

Clicking on a station shows its information in the status bar

javAPRS and APRServe written by Steve Dimse, K4HG.

Steve's javAPRS page.

APRS is a registered trademark of APRS Software and Bob Bruninga, WB4APR Page