GXmap is a small virtual globe and map viewer. Apart from showing an ordinary 3D globe view of the earth, it can also generate Azimuthal equidistant projection maps suitable for amateur radio (ham) usage.
In the ham mode, the antenna direction and distance from one location (i.e. a radio station) on earth to another is calculated and displayed.
A NASA satellite image is used as the default map, and tiles from OpenStreetMap are downloaded automatically when needed.
If a GPS device is connected (as detected by gpsd), the current GPS coordinates are displayed on the map as well.
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