IARL HAM Radio Relays

IARL HAM Radio Relays


The International Amateur Radio League or IARL provides you the best overview of HAM radio relays (repeaters) world wide. The data is maintained by HAM radio operators and enthousiasts all around the world, making it open and available to everyone free of charge.

This application has a built in database of devices and works offline. The map view uses Google Maps and the map tile availability may depend on the availability of an internet connection.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1:
* Added CTCSS tone codes in car view
* Removed bearing display in car view
* Fixed N0CALL bug in map view
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77
3.9
User ratings
37
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
1
File size
1457 kb
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About IARL HAM Radio Relays
The International Amateur Radio League or IARL provides you the best overview of HAM radio relays (repeaters) world wide. The data is maintained by HAM radio operators and enthousiasts all around the world, making it open and available to everyone free of charge.

This application has a built in database of devices and works offline. The map view uses Google Maps and the map tile availability may depend on the availability of an internet connection.

Recent changes:
Version 1.1:
* Added CTCSS tone codes in car view
* Removed bearing display in car view
* Fixed N0CALL bug in map view

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A Google User
Apr 16, 2014
No tones Lists frequencies, but without tones, it is a completely useless app. How much harder can it really be? Other apps dont seem to have trouble getting the info..
A Google User
Mar 14, 2014
Nice app! This will be really useful as a new ham who doesn't yet know where all the repeaters are. I agree with a previous rater that it needs greater zoom levels in urban areas.
A Google User
Dec 30, 2013
Good, but some info missing This app works great, but no PL tone frequencies are listed.
A Google User
Nov 10, 2013
wrong info a lot of frequencies are incorrect
A Google User
Jun 29, 2013
Several US issues... Doesn't include 220 band, rapidly growing in US. No tones. Most eastern US machines now use tones. Regardless of settings, distances show in kilometers. Spread between 25 and 100 miles is way too large, 50 mile range is a must in eastern US.