Locator Square Mapping


Maidenhead Locator is a system used by amateur radio operators to identify their location on the Earth's surface.

It uses a grid system that divides the Earth into squares, with each square having a unique set of two letters and two numbers. The system is designed to increase in precision as you move to the right, with a full locator consisting of six characters (two letters and four numbers). This system is commonly used in ham radio for activities such as field day operations and contests.

This service allows users to input a Maidenhead locator square and view it on a map, as well as receive the corresponding latitude and longitude coordinates in decimal, DMS, and radian formats.