Applications for Amateur Radio

Computer applications are widely available to help hams with some mundane activities, connect to other systems, or have fun. We have collected and curated six sets of applications for amateur radio operators. They are segregated by platform and available below.

If you have any applications that you would like to see added to this list, please send an email to [email protected].

Andriod

There are more Android apps than any other mobile platform. If there is an amateur radio need, a response is available on this platform. Click here for these apps.

iOS

There are a number of apps available on the iOS platform for phones and tablets. Click here for these apps.

Linux

Applications for the Linux environment are widely available. Click here for these apps.

Mac

Mac software for amateur radio may be harder to find, but we’ve got some here. Click here for these apps.

Raspberry Pi

Applications on the web can vary from a small app that calculates the length of a dipole, or a remote radio operation. Click here for these apps.

Web

Applications on the web can vary from a small app that calculates the length of a dipole, or a remote radio operation. Click here for these apps.

Windows

The Windows platform has been around the longest and definitely has the most ham related applications. Click here for these apps.