by TK5EP (2009)    CONVERTOR written by Patrick EGLOFF TK5EP
Move the mouse over the map and this page will show you latitude and longitude coordinates in WGS84 (both decimal and DMS), UTM as well as Maidenhead format.
You can zoom the map with the help of the mouse wheel or the control on the upper left part of the map.
The map can be centered automaticaly by entering some datas in the input field. You can either enter a city name, full address, or even latitude + longitude coordinates like 41.995,8.750. In this later case, the map will be centered on the known location closest to your entered coordinates.

To create a marker, click on the map.
To move a marker, drag and drop it.
To remove a marker, drag and drop it out of the map.
To edit a marker, click on it and use the edit tab.

A right click on a marker creates a set of auto ranging distance rings.
A right click on the map removes these rings.

Tested with IE7, Firefox 3.
Please report bugs or comments to the author.
Enter location    Enter the location you want to find. It can be a full address, a city name, or geographic coordinates in decimal format like 42.1,8.75 or even a QRA locator ! In this later case, the square limits will be shown.
The map will be centered on this position. Note that the coordinates input returns the closed know city to this point !
Map settings    Use the dropdown menus to select the graticule you want to overlay to the map, as well as the type of map.


 WGS84 dms

 WGS decimal

  Lambert II