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ARES Registration Database
The ARES Registration Database is a web registration system based on PHP and a MySQL database. It is intended to provide ARES groups the ability to collect and store a wide assortment of member data using an easy to use web interface. Those users with administrator rights have additional capabilities, such as the ability to produce reports, download part or all of the database in CSV format (easily loads into Excel), and perform an assortment of searches. You can try it out at http://www.activeham.com/aresdb/ -- For administrative access use admin for both the user name and password.
QForms supports ICS, Radiogram, and Simple format messages. QForms allows entry of text into an electronic form to create a message. The message is saved in an XML format. The XML file is then sent (using any packet program) to a remote packet station that is also running QForms where it can be opened, displayed and printed. Optionally, a text version of the message can be created, saved and sent to a remote station (again, using any packet program you like). The text format can not be re-opened by QForms other than as a simple text file. QForms requires Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 or later.
UI-ALOHA is a UI-View32 add-on that calculates the ALOHA circle (effective RF packet communication area) of your APRS station. An XTR file is included to enable adding UI-ALOHA to your UI-View32 file menu. Just extract both files from the zip archive into your UI-View32 program directory. Requires UI-View32 version 2.03.
UI-MsgPrint is a UI-View32 add-on that allows you to print select APRS messages that are received by your UI-View station; ideal for keeping track of message traffic during an event. UI-MsgPrint can be configured to retrieve and print the full text of Wx watches, warnings, and advisories if an Internet connection is available. Requires UI-View32 version 2.03.
UI-PHG is an add-on for UI-View32 that can draw (P)ower, (H)eight, (G)ain (and direction) circles on the UI-View map for stations reporting this information (PHGphgd). PHG is an estimate of the station\'s coverage area and can be used for a number of network management tasks and for estimating a needed path. Requires UI-View32 version 2.03.
WebMonitor is a windows program that provides a way to define a set of web pages and files that you want to monitor during specific events. For example, during a snow storm: you need weather information, you need road reports, you need access to the ARES web site, and you may even need to see the ARES ops plan. WebMonitor can package all of those resources together in a way that makes it easy to get what you need when you need it.
AGWPEIntf is a programming interface to the AGW Packet Engine (TCP/IP). It is written using Delphi and should be usable with Delphi versions 5 and later.
APRSParser is a set of Delphi classes and support routines that parse APRS packets.
GenMap is a tool for Web developers that provides an easy to use interface for displaying Google maps with your data. The archive includes documentation and samples. You can see an example at http://www.activeham.com/genmap/genmap.htm
Delphi (Pascal) Code Formatter
CF is a Source Code Formatter for Delphi programs, libraries, and packages. It reads and processes complete modules as well as code segments. Code segments must be complete structures, e.g., not a partial if statement, begin-end block, case statement, etc, otherwise the result is undetermined.
Unlike the majority of source code formatting utilities, CF completely decomposes the source before attempting to format it. (In fact, the internal formatting class has a method to produce output directly from the internal lexer.) This process takes more work, but means that the new formatting rules don't depend on the previous format. One exception to this rule is comments. During the tokenizing process, comments are recorded along with extra information about where they were located to help in their proper placement during the reconstruction phase. Such information as: Did the comment follow a source line? Was it on a line of its own? Etc.