Latitude and Longitude of a Point

Let EWA (and Google) help you calculate your coordinates data. There are five tools in one:

  1. Use My Current Location - If you're using a wireless device on a cellular network, we can determine your current location;
  2. Enter Lat/Long - You can verify your coordinates in decimal or in degrees-minutes-seconds to verify on a map that you have the correct location;
  3. Search by an Address; or
  4. Show Lat/Long for a Map Location - Select a point on a map by scrolling in as far as practical to where you know your transmitter to be (even search by Street View for more specificity), then click "Use Location."

When selecting coordinates on the map, bear in mind that frequency coordination data sent to the FCC needs to be for the United States, where Latitude data is always a positive number and Longitude data is always a negative number.

An accurate location can only be determined if you are using a wireless network.
  • Latitude:
  • Longitude:
Example: 41.02987
Example: -92.59838 (All Longitude values in the U.S. are negative.)
  • Latitude:
  • Longitude:
Please select a location on the map below. You may zoom in/out and click and hold to drag the map

This map displays the coordinates you have provided.