This program uses a free XML feed from the HamQTH.com website of
Petr, OK2CQR. His callsign database has over 1.5 million callsigns and
is very fast, returning the station information in just a few seconds.
Thanks to Petr for a great service.
Given a ham radio callsign, twHamQTH will display the name, address, city
and country of the station. About 40 pieces of the station data are
downloaded and can be shared with other programs.
New in this version - The list of AG calls read from
eqsl.cc is saved in a local file. You can specify how many days old
the file can be before it is read again. This speads up program startup,
and keeps things working even when the file at eqsl.cc offline
Request to hamQTH.com changed from HTTP to HTTPS.
Looks up callsign data faster than browsers. There are no
An "AG" feature will show you if the station is "Authenticity Guarenteed"
Click the Save button to put the data in a tab. You can have as many
tabs as you want.
All of the station information, almost 40 items, is downloaded.
An Export button places all of the station info into shared
memory, where other programs can access it. For example, twlog
uses the data to populate some of its fields.
Online Help is available from the main menu bar.
The text fields are editable, so you can add notes and comments.
For example, his frequence, etc.