Select date and time to show map data for (enter time for your locale time zone). The regular time length select box can still be used to select how old data that should be shown (relative to selected date and time).
*Note that the heatmap will still based on data from the latest hour (not the selected date and time).
Date and time:
A Mapshot creates a point-in-time snapshot of the current map view that can be recalled again in the future.
|Decimal Degrees (DD)|
|Unsigned Decimal Degrees (U-DD)|
|Degrees, Minutes, Seconds (DMS)|
|Degrees, Decimal Minutes (DDM)|
|Degrees, Decimal Minutes (DDM-APRS)|
|Degrees, Decimal Minutes (NMEA)|
The APRS-IS network requires the use of a call sign and passcode to connect to an APRS-IS server. You can request a passcode here by entering your callsign below.
Please help keep the APRS network stable and open... Do not use fake callsigns to access or spam the APRS-IS network as this will lead to an eventual ban.
A lot has changed since you were last here! Here's a quick look at what's new...
Create your own an account for a personalized experience! With an account you can save favorite stations, save map snapshots, view all of your APRS stations at a glance, and even see your personal #APRSThursday leaderboard profile!
Map it Your Way!
Always see the map your way. Data sources, map settings, layers, map location and zoom are now set everytime you log in.
Save any map view to recall later! A Mapshot is a moment-in-time snapshot of the map, including location & zoom, date/time, filter settings, historical information, ("Time Travel"), and more. You can even share Mapshots to anyone!
#APRSThursday Personal Profile!
We love #APRSThursday!! To boost engagement we now show members their #APRSThursday profile including leaderboard progress, SSID (station) check-in history, and a nice graph that depicts past check-ins.
Lets be blunt.. It's bookmarks for APRS stations. Maintain a searchable list of stations that you frequently follow with at-a-glance information such as latest received packet, location, and even a link to activate Time Travel.