This project is in beta and still developing.

See https://github.com/kf7eel/ARMDS for development status, bugs, and feature requests.

What is ARMDS?

Amateur Radio Micro Data Service (ARMDS) is a service that provides useful information and tools to amateur radio operators via APRS. Source code for this project can be found here.

The Automatic Packet Reporting System (APRS, a registered trademark Bob Bruninga, WB4APR. APRS Site) is a large network of amateur radio stations sending and receiving information (locations, messages, weather, and other data) that can be utilized over the air through mobile and handheld stations, mountain top repeater stations, fixed home stations, satellites, or the internet.

ARMDS seeks to be a user friendly information service accessible by any licensed amateur radio operator.

Some feature were built with brand new APRS users, or people who are not familiar with APRS packets.

The APRS network is an incredibly versatile and complex packet radio network, operating on a single frequency in places. With APRS enabled satellites orbiting the earth and mountain top repeating stations extending coverage to many places, all connecting together via the internet, the APRS network has an extremely wide coverage area. With that in mind, why not create a general information service to assist amateur radio operators.


Features in development

If you have an idea, I would love to hear it.

This page is a work in progress. Check back often.

E-Mail: kf7eel [at] qsl.net

*APRS is a registered trademark Bob Bruninga, WB4APR. APRS Site