The QTH locator is made of 2 letters, 2 figures, and 2 letters yielding the geographical coordinates of a station. You can translate the QTH locator into Longitude/Latitude or vice-versa, compute the distance and azimuth between two QTH locator or compute your Log-Sheets for contests (adding together distances). Q : Converts one QTH Locator into Longitude and Latitude. The West longitude and North latitude are given in degrees minutes, or grades. D : Distance and Azimuth computation between two QTH Locators. Computation of the distance and azimuth between two QTH Locators. The distance is given in Kilometers and the azimuth in degrees. C : Computation of the distance and azimuth between two QTH Locators. The distance is given in Kilometers and the azimuth in degrees. L : Converts the Longitude and Latitude into QTH Locator. The west longitude and north latitude can be given in degrees, degrees minutes, or grades. F : Switches back to the Server main menu. B : Quit and Disconnect. This page was last updated