Friday, July 25, 2014
DXHeat has no native app, it has been designed responsively, adjusting to every screen width. Beautiful icons are supplied for bookmarking / direct links on your iOS / Android App screen. Nice feature the filters to narrow the search. Unfortunately there is not (not yet?) a filter for IOTA spots, for hunters like me. No need to download software. Just point your browser to https://dxheat.com/dxc/ and enjoy the DXHeat cluster.
Find out which interesting DX HAM Radio Amateur operators are “on the air” on the amateur radio bands!
Mircules DX Cluster is an iPhone / iPad app that shows the info found on the international DX Cluster. It is available in the appstore in 2 languages; English and Dutch.
This Cluster is widely used by radio amateurs and SWL enthusiasts to find the DX “treasures” on the bands.All popular amateur bands are included
- HF bands (10m, 12m, 15m, 17m, 20m, 30m, 40m, 80m, 160m)
- VHF bands (1.25m, 2m, 4m, 6m)
- UHF 70cm band.
Mircules DX Cluster shows the last 50 DX spots on the selected band in a clear list. The first spot item in the list is the most popular DX spot at that moment. This is the item that recurs in the list the biggest number of times.
Thursday, July 03, 2014
Tuesday, July 01, 2014
Thursday, June 12, 2014
"The audio files listed on this page illustrate various situations that are often heard in DX pileups. They are excerpts from real pileups recorded directly off the air in MP3 format. The files are recorded in STEREO with the DX station on one channel, and the pileup on the other. For best results listen in stereo with stereo headphones or ear buds. While you listen, imagine tuning the pileup looking for the station the DX operator is working. Studying these recordings could help you to gain an advantage."