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DXmaps was founded in 2009 after I tried to locate an up to date good quality Prefix map for myself, all the maps I looked at were either out of date, poor quality or not the size that I required, so early in 2008 I decided to create one myself, it took around 12 months of late nights to perfect the prefix map using GIS software, I did have a full time job so I only worked on this project when time allowed, they finally went to print in June 2009. Our maps are updated as and when required to ensure they are current, all other maps were produced after other radio amateurs who had previously purchased one of our prefix maps asked me if I had or could produce a great circle map, so that prompted me to create a map which was centred on the UK. This was quickly followed by a European locator map and then a custom great circle map which was centred on the amateurs exact location. We have sold our maps all over the world, our success is echoed by amateurs from all parts of the world.
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N4PL Rating: 2023-03-06
Rotator Controller Insert Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
Recently installed the DX Maps insert in my G-1000DXA controller. Looks great!
WB0OEW Rating: 2020-03-13
very good map Time Owned: 0 to 3 months.
I bought the world map with dx prefix indices down the sides. Excellent print quality. Map shows lots of city names (pretty small font but still very clear), lat, long, grid square, country name and boundary and, of course, prefixes. Have not checked every one for accuracy but spot checks were correct. Came nicely packed in tube, shipping only took a few days from UK to AZ. It was pretty curled so I laid it out flat for a day on a bench with weights on the corners and it flattened nicely. Mounted it on a cork board so I can use pins to mark QSL locations. Recommended.