Dx2Go began as a project for me (N0VD) to learn Blackberry programming. I owned several Blackberry mobile devices for several years and was looking for a way to "check" 160M DX spots
to see if the band was open without having to get out of bed, go down to the shack, fire up a computer and log into the DX Cluster. Ok, call me lazy, but I like my sleep - especially if 160 is dead.
Enter Dx2Go - Due to liking my sleep, I developed a native Blackberry client to allowed me access to the DX Cluster in addition to other DX related information. I am still developing the native Blackberry
client (are you interested in helping or beta testing?) but wanted a wider reaching mobile interface. This specially developed web interface allows for mobile devices of many types to access the DX Cluster
while at the same time providing customization to you which can be done after creating an account
While there are sure to be some mobile device compatability issues, most smart phones released within the past few years should be able to interact with Dx2Go. Development is ongoing both on the mobile
enhanced site in addition to a fully function desktop version. In addition to the web interfaces, the Dx2Go Blackberry app is still progressing forward. In the near future, look for an Android based app.
An iPhone app may be something I look at in the future if the demand is there.
If you have problems, would like make suggestions for future enhancements or like to help with this project, please contact me.
73 es DX!
Kelly - N0VD