by HamSphere

A Ham Radio simulator over the internet, with a classic design to mimic an actual device and reaches a lot of locations worldwide

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: HamSphere

Release: HamSphere

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Last revision: Last week

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This is meant for people who want to relive those old days of using Ham Radio to communicate and have random talks with the world, well or anyone who is curious and wants to try it. If you loved or lived using the actual device back in the day, then this is a great tool or software for you. It combines a nice classic touch that represents the device, with all the buttons and controls to manipulate the would-be device, and it has digitized screens to better optimize and visualize the audio reception. All done over the Internet, which you obviously need for this software to operate.

There is no need to have a big device in your home, just with your computer or, if preferred, your smartphone device on iOS and Android. It also allows you to connect to other actual physical Ham Radios all over the world! - The trial software has everything you need to get yourself testing the software with most of it features. It has basic "digital antennas" that let you reach quite a wide range of devices or other users all over the world, at an additional cost is possible to reach even more user/radios by acquiring better digital antennas.


It let you play around with it for some time before actually subscribing
  • You can reach over 200 countries.
  • Try the software for 30 days before purchasing it.
  • Any futures software updates are for free, assuming you stay subscribed.
  • You can use it on the phone at no additional cost.
  • A growing number of users to talk to.

There is a lot of fun that could potentially be had by discovering and chatting with random people all over the world. You get to have some of your memories back if you tried this device back in the pre-internet days. 

Jan Herod
This is a Ham Radio digitized simulator that you can use on your Apple or Android cell phones or your computer. It's software that lets you connect to people in over 200 countries just like the individual old ham radio devices did for years. The software has all the buttons and controls like the devices did but on your digitized screen. And the best part is that you can use the trial software for 30 days before you decide to buy it. Great deal!
This serves as a radio transceiver for Windows, Mac, and Linux. It seems to be an easy and usable service accessible to all. I enjoy the way that this works and could definitely see it working for large groups of people. I enjoy how easy it is to use, and like that is excellent.
Jake Chen
HamSphere for Windows is a radio module for listening to music on various frequencies. HamSphere is okay if you want to test out various frequencies, with the trial version I sometimes here something and other times its nothing. If we buy the program I guess its all enhanced and we can utilize the license to make it better.
I've been curious about radio for a long time. I've been looking for a tool or software that would allow me to get into it. This software is so awesome I can access music from all over the world using it. I can get exposure to different genres of music around the world and learn about the cultural influences of music.
I had a chance to use HamSphere radio application. There are many Radio applications out there but the one thing I like about this is that it has that retro radio-style theme just like actual radios in the past used to be. The application works on Windows, Android & iOS. This is great so that whenever I need to I can transition from PC to my phone anytime. It works as a virtual radio transmitter and lets you connect with thousands of radio channels transmitting in the area. Lets you make new friends and also provides an alternative and different form of communication. It's almost old school combined with the latest tech. For any users who are thinking about trying this out or have tried other apps like this they should try this out as it will really make a difference.
While I don't believe it's an ideal reproduction, it's similar to a high-level pilot training program in duplicating the ham insight. It makes or permits you go through a significant number of the means you really want to go through to sort out some way to make contacts like utilizing VOACAP, and so forth under differing conditions... furthermore, you face large numbers of similar dissatisfactions as "genuine" ham radio clients regarding recieving wire proliferation, band choice for area and season of day, QRM, and so on had to be aware to make Qso's. You likewise get to try different things with various recieving wires and instrumentation which is instructive. I believe its fundamental utility is (1) for people who in view of funds, area and different elements can't have a genuine HF ham shack and (2) as a preparation gadget for new hams so they get a feeling of how beneficiaries and recieving wires work prior to thudding down gobs of cash on hardware. While it's anything but a substitute for "genuine" ham radio, it appears to me to be A+ in such matters and its expense (when your multi day free preliminary is finished) is minor contrasted with setting up a ham shack... about equivalent to a modest
For a year, I used Hamsphere. On my Microsoft Surface Pro, I had no luck getting it to work. Other than a receipt acknowledgement, support tickets received no response. Despite my request to cancel and my declaration to "RingJoeBing Enterprises" that I did not want to renew, they went ahead and did so, pocketing my money for an additional year. They didn't reply when I contacted them. According to me, they are an unethical business that charges for a useless product. Even on a dated machine where I eventually got it to work, the "bands" were deserted. Nothing is there. Save your money.
Theo E.
HamSphere is a virtual Ham Radio simulator that allows users to make contacts with other licensed Amateur Radio operators around the world. It features realistic propagation, antenna modelling, and provides an engaging and immersive experience for the user.
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