Freeware Hex Editor XVI32 [Overview] [Features] [What's New] [Screenshots] [User Reviews] [Download] [Installation] [Other Freeware] [Home] Overview XVI32 is a freeware hex editor running under Windows 9x/NT/2000/XP/Vista/7. The name XVI32 is derived from XVI, the roman notation for the number 16. XVI32 and all of its components are developed by myself. The current release 2.55 is available since June 26, 2012. XVI32 is used by thousands of people all over the world. Today, XVI32 is a valuable tool for thousands of people all over the world. This app ROCKS. This is a thread from the alt.comp.freeware newsgroup (May 2001): >>Has anyone heard of or used the freeware hex editor "XVI32 (version 2.1)"? And this e-mail was sent on October 11, 2001 by an employee of SPSS Inc., the major statistical software company: Your tool was EXACTLY what me and a friend needed to reformat huge text files correctly. You can read even more feedbacks or this nice story. Features XVI32 has the following main features. Screenshots Download
Create Maps | BatchGeo RouteFinder (free access area) // 2019-02-17 12:10:00 // Added instant activation for all payment methods // 2018-12-18 20:30:00 // New Experimental Flight Planner is available for subscribers. After so many years the RouteFinder is finally getting a facelift! This is an early version but already works enough for some quick flight planning. // 2006-04-08 06:10:00 // Please note that some airports (more and more of them lately in Europe) have arrival connecting points that cannot be reached from cruising level. // 2003-12-07 18:14:00 //RouteFinder (commercial version) is now operative at: ASA srl - a company based in Italy - offers IT solutions and services for the management and processing of aeronautical information. Disclaimer: Navigation data provided by this program IS *NOT* TO BE USED FOR REAL WORLD NAVIGATION; the author of the program declines the responsibility for any bad consequence caused by the use of a flight plan generated by the program.
GPS Visualizer Satellite Resources There are two kinds of Satellite Tracking Position Servers. One transmits moving position reports up VIA each digipeating digital satellite so that all users in the footprint can see the exact location of the satellite live on their APRS displays. There is usually only one of these statiions every 3000 miles across the planet. See the red coverage circles on the map below. The other Data Servers serves the same data to all locals on the local APRS data channel in any given local area. HAM RADIO Handheld WEB pages! This web page will show you what you will see on your Kenwood THD7 or D700 radio's front panel when it receives one of these packets. When satellites come in view (FM birds) then you will see these satellite objects once a minute on your station list. See other related APRS Satellite Pages:
Free Map Tools Geocaching Resources - How to add HTML to your cache page What is HTML? Basic HTML - fonts, links to other pages and sites and inserting images More Advanced HTML - tables, lists and bullets BB code for cache logs What is HTML? HTML or Hypertext Markup Language is a code that web pages are written in and then displayed in your web browser. Adding your own basic HTML code is however quite easy. HTML code is entered using tags. Basic HTML code Below is an example of what the text will look like and on the right the actual code you type in. Horizontal Rule You may have noticed in the above examples they are separated by a dark red line across the page, like this: This is a 'horizontal rule' using the code <hr> You can change the colour and the width across the page using these codes: <hr color="green"> horizontal rule (hr) full width of the page colour green (you can select any suitable colour) <hr color="green" width="50%"> hr width of 50% of the page (you can have any % value)
Flightradar24 In order to save data consumption Flightradar24 web page times out after 30 minutes. Please reload the web page to get another 30 minutes. or get a Flightradar24 Premium subscription and Flightradar24.com will not time-out again! GIS, CAD, GPS, mobile industry maps,news,jobs,data free software Mobile/HT Digital Comms via ECHO ECHO's POTENTIAL for DIGIPEATING: ECHO is ideal for supporting global HAM radio handheld and mobile digital communications at 9600 baud. We have demonstrated this capability via many previous satellites, but now the new ECHO and the thousands of handheld digital radios in the hands of AMSAT members can make this become a permanent reality. The table below lists the installed capability of the Kenwood D7 and D700 handheld and mobile APRS radios for stand-alone satellite communications. These radios include not only the self-contained 9600 baud TNC, but also an APRS processor and display system so that digital communications can be entered from the keypad and displayed on the multi-line display and even the map of an attached GPS. All without any other connections or PC's or laptops: (*) ECHO's position updated by ground based command stations. External Message Keyboard for the D700: And you don't even have to use the DTMF pad to enter messages. PACB-1>LSTAT:....... d:0 ........
Adyghe – ISO 9 transliteration system Adyghe – ISO 9 transliteration system Adyghe virtual keyboard The Adyghe virtual keyboard allows you to enter characters with a click of your mouse. There’s no need to change your keyboard layout anymore. The transliteration of each supported character is displayed on the right side of the character. Transliteration system: ISO 9 The international standard ISO 9 establishes a system for the transliteration into Latin characters of Cyrillic characters constituting the alphabets of many Slavic and some non-Slavic languages. Other transliteration systems for Adyghe The other currently supported transliteration systems for Adyghe are: ALA-LC, and TITUS. Adyghe books Adyghe links How to count in Adyghe Other supported languages The other supported languages are: Armenian (eastern, classical), Armenian (western), Bashkir, Belarusian, Berber, Bulgarian, Carrier, Cherokee, Georgian, Greek, Ingush, Inuktitut, Japanese, Russian, and Serbian.