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- Amateur Radio
"The Worlds Hotspot For Amateur Radio Information & News" by Geoff GJ4ICD
- Amateur Radio Elmers Resource Directory
- Amateur Radio News
The Amateur Radio Newsline from Bill Pasternak WA6ITF
- Amateur Radio Newsline in TrueSpeech
Real-time audio broadcasts of Amateur radio 'Newsline' available on demand.
- Amateur Radio Operator
An international online magazine updated twice per month.
- Amateur Radio Web Server
Lou Williams (firstname.lastname@example.org, KE4ARM)
The Amateur Radio Relay League.
- Australian Radio Amateurs on the Internet
A clickable list of email addresses and WWW addresses for VK amateurs, arranged by call area (state). Only started recently, but growing daily.
If you're a fan of vintage communications radios and associated paraphernalia, you'll find something to like here.
- Canadian Amateur Radio Certification Information
- CQ Contest
- Ham Radio Articles de ka5ztx
- Desense: Some Possible Solutions
Receiver desense can be frustrating. This article defines desense and lists several approaches to minimizing interference.
- TOR Modes: Hearing the Difference
Amtor, G-tor, Pactor, Rtty - They are often hard to tell apart, especially when listening to FEC transmissions. Read the descriptions and listen to sample sound files.
- Getting Information from a Weathernode
Have you ever wanted to get weather information, such as wind speed and direction, with your packet system? Here's one way to do it.
- Ham Opinion Poll
The Raymond Sarrio Company provides an opportunity for hams to express their views on topical issues that effect ham radio. Each month a new topic is placed before the ham community. As in a true democracy, the votes are tallied in real time for all to see.
- Ham Radio FAQ
Ham Radio.FAQ is a frequently-asked questions file intended to summarize some of the common questions and help beginning ham radio operators get started.
- Ham Radio Online Magazine
Virtual Magazine -- With Frequent Updates - new material almost daily.
HAM-server was devised to allow people without direct internet access a way to get amateur radio related programs and other information. It is not directly on the internet, so ftp, telnet, and other direct connections are not available.
- Hams on Panix
- Hams on Usenet
- KS4MN Amateur Radio Page
- Linux for Hams
A full-featured Linux system with special additions for Amateur Radio.
- Low Profile Hamming
A guide to operating unobtrusively from apartments or restricted homes.
- Guglielmo Marconi
- The Maritime Mobile Service Network
The Maritime Mobile Service Network has been in operation for the past 25 yörrs. The primary purpose of the net is for handling legal third party traffic from maritime mobiles and over seas deployed U.S. military.
- NL7J Amateur Radio Page
An excellent, well-constructed Amateur Radio reference from the great state of Alaska!
- NZ1MT -- The Most Awesome Radio Web Site On the Planet Earth... and Beyond
- 5-band-NOABA Award
The 5-Band-N0ABA award is sent absolutely free of charge to any amateur radio operator who can complete two-way communication with N0ABA on 5 HF bands. At least one of the contacts must be in the 80 and/or 160 meter bands. Since N0ABA runs only 90 watts to a 26' vertical, anyone who can accomplish this is definitely deserving of an award.
- North Texas Balloon Project (NTBP)
The NTBP utilizes weather balloons to transport Amateur Radio VHF/UHF (Very-High Frequency/Ultra-High Frequency) communications equipment to very high altitudes, like 100,000 feet or 19 miles, above the earth's surface, in order to greatly enhance communications range and observe unusual high altitude effects.
- Ohio State University Archives
- PL Tone Chart
Forgot what PL-1B is? Check this nice chart.
- PT7WB's Home Page
The First Brasilian HamRadio Page on the Net.
- "Q" signal
- Radio Society of Great Britian
- Southeast Michigan Amateur Radio Web
- University of Buffalo
Anonymous FTP Server for Amateur Radio files
- University of California at San Diego
Anonymous FTP Server for Amateur Radio files
- WB3FFV Amateur Radio BBS
Telnet to the WB3FFV Amateur Radio BBS -- login as bbs when
connected or check-out the homepage, http://www.abs.net
- Wireless Institute of Australia (New South Wales Division)
The official International Amateur Radio Union member organisation for Radio Amateurs in Australia (Australian equivalent of the ARRL).
- USA Map indicating Amateur Call Areas
- VE7TCP's Amateur Radio Home Page
Amateur Radio in Prince George, contesting, DX, Propagation, Technology,
Packet Radio and more!
- Virtual Radio
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