The following is an excerpt of Apps I developed especially for HAM Radio amateurs, Short wave radio listeners or even everybody who is interested in everything above 1 Hz.
iCluster was my first App on the App Store in 2009 and is now available on three different platforms, including Windows Phone 8 and Mac.
The Apps Offshore Radio and Time & Frequency have been developed together with Gerd Klawitter, the author of many well known books in the area of HAM and Radio. Gerd is also author of the contents for the App Radio Guide and Funklexikon.
Radio Guide, Funklexikon and the App Spezial Frequenzliste have been developed in cooperation with vth, Verlag für Technik und Handwerk, neue Medien GmbH.
New iCluster version 6.01.01 available. Details can be found here
iCluster – The DX-Cluster database
iCluster for HAMs (Radio amateurs), SWL (Short wave radio listeners) or for everybody who want’s to know, what’s going on on the amateur radio frequencies.
Electronic Toolbox combines electronic reference material with calculation and conversion tools in one handy app. Whether you are professional or hobbyist, the app gives you a collection of the most important electrical information right at your fingertips.
RF-Toolbox is based on my popular Electronic Toolbox app and contains some of the common tools from Electronic Toolbox but contains a wide range of additional tools, specialized for high frequency electronics, RF professionals, radio amateurs and students.
All ships, all anchorpositions, all programs, all DJs and lots of technical and background information.
The mid 1960s to the mid 1970s were the mainyears of offshore broadcasting, better known as Pirate Radio Stations. This App shows all offshore broadcasting stations from 1958, beginning with the Swedish Radio Mercur until today.
Time and Frequency
Time rules our life more than ever. Everybody uses clocks everytime, everywhere. But did you ever wonder, how and especially how exactly time can be measured? Then this App is right for you. It provides indepth background information about atomic clocks and the so called Time Dissemination Services.
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