APRS Direct is a website that brings you global real-time APRS tracking and weather data (including CWOP). Our goal is to bring you a fast and easy-to-use map with the latest APRS activity. We can achive fast real-time updates since each user browser will be connected directly to our own APRS-IS server (with no intermediate database-server).
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This service require HTML 5 features to be able to feed you APRS data in real-time.
You have been redirected to our simple text-based website.
We now support Imperial units (like mph, miles, yard and feet). If you're lucky we will select your preferred unit system automatically (based on your browser language settings). If you want to change unit system, just open the menu and look under settings.
We added support for PHG cricles, PHG stands for Power-Height-Gain (and directivity). PHG is used to calculate the relative RF range of a station. It's possible to view a PHG circle for a single station or for all stations at the same time.
We added support for time travels, just click on Travel in time in the meny, and select prefered date and time. If you only are interested in history for a single station we recommend the new tab "history", found in the station details dialog.
We added the "Trail" tab to the station details dialog, here you may see speed and altitude graphs for the latest three months.
See our new page about supported APRS Symbols. It is also possible to get a list of stations using a specified symbol (just click on the number of stations that is using the symbol).
The statistics is generated on request and is based on the latest 10 seconds.
Average number of packets per second: 59/s
Average number of weather packets per second: 20/s
Average number of telemetry packets per second: 2/s
Average number of object/item packets per second: 5/s
Average number of message packets per second: 3/s
Average number of status packets per second: 3/s
APRS (Automatic Packet Reporting System) is a digital communications system that uses packet radio to send real time tactical information (on amateur radio frequencies). The APRS network is used by ham radio operators all over the world. Information shared over the APRS network is for example coordinates, altitude, speed, heading, text messages, alerts, announcements, bulletins and weather data. APRS has been developed by Bob Bruninga, callsign WB4APR. More information about APRS can be found at www.aprs.org or at wikipedia.
Select date and time to show map data for (enter time for your locale time zone). The regular time length select box can still be used to select how old data that should be shown (relative to selected date and time).
*Note that the heatmap will still based on data from the latest hour (not the selected date and time).
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