NKCCluster

NKCCluster


NKCCluster is a perfect radio-amateur (ham radio) DX cluster companion for when you're "up and about". With its small memory footprint, simple to navigate user interface, support for all popular DX cluster server software, quick and painless filtering, NKCCluster won't quite work you A Rare One all by itself but will definitely make your job much easier.

NKCCluster is compatible with DX Spider, AR-Cluster, DxNet, CC Cluster, and CLX nodes. It supports connecting to a user-defined DX cluster node, filtering DX spots per bands of interest, convenient lookup of stations' details on the Web, azimuth/bearing calculation, sending new DX spots to a selected cluster node and receiving cluster announcements.

Bug reports or enhancements requests are very welcome on http://hamradio.chonky.net/support (prior registration is required for spam prevention).

Permissions this application requires are detailed on http://hamradio.chonky.net/node/47.

Why don't you take a look at its Getting Started guide on http://hamradio.chonky.net/nkccluster/user-guide-en and decide whether you'd like to give it a try?

Recent changes:
Bug fixes:
- Crash upon change of orientation on Android 2.1 devices
- Application manifest amended to include devices without GPS
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Free
90
4.5
User ratings
342
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
2634 kb
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About NKCCluster
NKCCluster is a perfect radio-amateur (ham radio) DX cluster companion for when you're "up and about". With its small memory footprint, simple to navigate user interface, support for all popular DX cluster server software, quick and painless filtering, NKCCluster won't quite work you A Rare One all by itself but will definitely make your job much easier.

NKCCluster is compatible with DX Spider, AR-Cluster, DxNet, CC Cluster, and CLX nodes. It supports connecting to a user-defined DX cluster node, filtering DX spots per bands of interest, convenient lookup of stations' details on the Web, azimuth/bearing calculation, sending new DX spots to a selected cluster node and receiving cluster announcements.

Bug reports or enhancements requests are very welcome on http://hamradio.chonky.net/support (prior registration is required for spam prevention).

Permissions this application requires are detailed on http://hamradio.chonky.net/node/47.

Why don't you take a look at its Getting Started guide on http://hamradio.chonky.net/nkccluster/user-guide-en and decide whether you'd like to give it a try?

Recent changes:
Bug fixes:
- Crash upon change of orientation on Android 2.1 devices
- Application manifest amended to include devices without GPS

User reviews of NKCCluster
Best DXcluster app available at present. - LA7DFA
May 11, 2011
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 18, 2014
I would use this more if I could track the spots of a particular callsign and get an alert when a new spot shows. Ability to search on "de" by maidenhead locators would be useful as well. I am in EM64pr. EM or EM64Ppr or EM64PR would give me a look at who my geographic neighbors are working.
A Google User
May 31, 2014
Paul G4IJL Really good application. When out portable really useful. Note you have to be in reach of a cell tower ot Wi-Fi though. May I make a suggestion? Make the app use the GPS (optional) and when posting a DX spot show it on a map (optional). I go out VHF portable and knowing where that spot is so I can beam up and have a go contacting the spotted station would be nice.
A Google User
May 14, 2014
Beautiful app. Well worked out, clean and quick.
A Google User
Mar 23, 2014
How to control time zone? Great app, but can't figure out what controls whether time is displayed as local or UTC.
A Google User
Feb 6, 2014
Awesome! This is the most useful spotting app available. I use it with the DX Labs spots on my laptop and it is great. The developer is extremely responsive to any questions. They have at times replied in just an hour or less. There are other developers who will never reply. I highly recommend it to all DX chasers