Free windows world map application display current time, sunrise and sunset, greyline map, dx stations, requires windows 7 or higher.
The program includes three resized Natural Earth maps which have been resized to 4k or slightly less.
By Simon Brown G4ELI better known as the inventor of Ham Radio Deluxe.
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The resource is currently listed in dxzone.com in 2 categories. The main category is World and local maps
that is about Ham radio maps, prefix maps, world maps.
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