Amateur Radio License Map
Use this map to find amateur radio license holders in the USA. Click here for more info.
- Select the type of input (callsign, gridsquare, zip code or street address) on the left.
- Enter an appropriate search value on the right.
- Hit the button.
- Scroll down see the map.
The selection determines the center of the map.
When the map appears, you can adjust the zoom level and drag the map around. If you're looking at a sparsely populated area, you'll probably need to zoom out.
After two seconds of not moving, it will reload with stations for the new area. You can also click on the gridsquare labels to center tha map on that square. Use the "Show grid labels" checkbox to temporarily remove the gridsquare lines and labels if they get in the way.
Click on a marker to see name and address info.
You may need to zoom in or out using the + and - buttons in the lower right corner to suit the density of the area.
Click on a marker to see a popup showing who is at that address. A "+" sign on the label indicates that there is more than one callsign at that address. On the popup, clicking on the callsign / title will re-center the map at that address.
The bottom line on the popup shows distance, link to that callsign at qrz.com, the license class (Technician, General or Extra) and their gridsquare. Clicking the gridsquare will re-center the map to the center of that gridsquare. This and the callsign link described above provides some ability to navigate your way across an area.
A text listing appears below the map.
Thanks for giving this a go. Have fun! It's still a work in progress. Any comments, ideas etc are welcome by email at tetranz (at) gmail.com. There's some more background info and discussion here.