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The BeamFinder analysis software

BeamFinder is a multi-purpose software supporting radio propagation studies with a variety of graphical and numerical functions, scientific models and methods in, for example, sporadic E, Aurora, FAI, E- and F-layer multiple hop propagation and other types of radio wave propagation. The program deals with quantities the radio amateur is already familiar with, i.e. grid squares, geographical coordinates, distances, antenna headings and frequencies. The making of BeamFinder was an effort of many years and is based on the author's professional work in ionospheric research.

More information is available on the BeamFinder webpage including a detailed list of features, galleries showing screenshots, software information, system requirements and the BeamFinder download area. Click here: SpecialTopics.

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Screenshot displaying 144 MHz dx
BeamFinder's map window

 

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