SPACE is a simple program that can be used to determine the approximate spatial clearance parameters of an array comprising any number of yagis, stacked vertically and/or horizontally. Front and Rear TURNING RADIUS as well as front and rear CLEARANCE HEIGHT, and minimum GROUND CLEARANCE are calculated as the array is elevated from 0 to 90 degrees. This old program is certainly far from high tech but has proven itself very handy in planning new towers and arrays, and in locating them properly in tight surroundings.
SPACE is also now available as an EXCEL program.
Click here to download the zipped file for CALL3.TXT. CALL3.TXT is used by the WSJT applications and the current version of GJTRACKER to automatically enter the other station's grid locator. In addition to including location information for many VHF stations, it includes all known 6m EME stations. Information on this file follows:CALL3.TXT
In addition to being very useful for use with WSJT modes, it is used in the most recent version of GJTRACKER moontracking program. It is in a text file format so you can correct/add/modify your personal version, using a text editor such as WORDPAD, or other types of database programs (PC File, EXCEL, etc.). Since this data base is a consolidation of information from other sources, no guarantee is offered regarding the accuracy of the information in this database.
You can also obtain program WsjtMerge.zip
from K2TXB, to combine various versions of CALL3.TXT. Be sure to
select the W7GJ format if you want to preserve all the data
fields in the CALL3.TXT file from this site.
This page last updated on 17 February, 2016