Amateur Radio Maps Sites
Today the internet offers several useful resources for amateur radio geography. Many amateur radio mapping services, implement interactive maps with easy textual navigation and search capabilities.
Taking advantage of map overlaying techniques, make possible to overlap world maps with DXCC Prefix lists, CQ and ITU Zones, making simple to observe our globe with the ham radio filter.
Some online web map services offer also interactive point-and-click grid square locator maps, other allows you to create custom Azimuthal maps centered on your own QTH.
Here a list of selected resources taken from our
Operating Aids / Maps links category. Amateur Radio Web Maps
A large collection of maps of each dxcc country with general information, banknotes and coins, satellite images, flags and national information where available by SP6NVK
A large collection of amateur radio maps, including CQ and ITU Zones, a complete set of ham radio Prefix Maps, grid locators and time zones map. An excellent ham radio mapping service.
Interactive maps for WAC continents, CQ zones, ITU zones & regions, Grid squares, Beam map & Japan districts
Maps and QSL gallery of IOTA islands all over the world
Amateur Radio Maps to Download
A 6 Mb PDF file of CQ Zones and ITU Zones and prefixes made available to download by Icom America.
Large JPG dxcc map with amateur radio prefixes and CQ zones
A restored version of the original CQ DX Zones of the world
Large picture of a 2011 amateur radio map with DXCC country list
A large jpeg DX World map that include ITU Zones, grid squares and prefixes
Grid Squares Locator Maps
Lookup callsigns in locator, or locator of a specified callsign and display in google map
Ham Radio Maidenhead Grid Square Locator Geocoding with Google Maps by by HA8TKS
Online Azimuthal Maps
This site provides free azimuthal maps for almost anywhere on the globe. Create your own azimuthal map for your location. You can customize the map in a variety of ways by changing the options in the web form
Create a Ham Radio Az Map on the fly, various dimension available
More Ham Radio Maps
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Operating Aids / Maps links category.
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