Not A Ham? Interested? Like to know more? Read on
Here are some links that explain ham radio and how to get licensed
What is Ham Radio? Explains in simple language about Ham Radio
You can search on Youtube for "Ham Radio" and see many videos
The ARRL is the main organization for Hams. This page explains what Ham Radio is all about
And this one discusses licensing
Ham Radio School has some good information as well.
how to get your license, what's next ?
So many choices of modes
You got your license, you got a radio, you thought about what mode, now what type of antenna
Resources are just a mouse click away
This is a great website for ham radio operators and a valuable source of info
The American Radio Relay League is the largest membership association of amateur radio enthusiasts in the USA.
QRZ has the ability to log your contacts. It's not as powerful as the others but is useful for many of us. It does not cross connect to other programs but the data can be saved.
Finding ones in your area
RadioReference.com is the world's largest radio communications data provider, featuring a complete frequency database, trunked radio system information, and FCC license data. RadioReference is also the largest broadcaster of public safety live audio communications feeds, hosting thousands of live audio broadcasts of Police, Fire, EMS, Railroad, and aircraft communications.
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The World Conference is hosted on the Western reflector by NARRI. The www.narri.org web site has a list of the repeaters they have.
Many other repeaters also connect to the IRLP or Allstar systems that may carry the World Nets.
Check for IRLP connected repeaters here: http://status.irlp.net/index.php?PSTART=3
Then to see the Allstar connections look here: https://web-tpa.allstarlink.org/nodelist/
A WebSDR is a Software-Defined Radio receiver connected to the internet, allowing many listeners to listen and tune it simultaneously. SDR technology makes it possible that all listeners tune independently, and thus listen to different signals; this is in contrast to the many classical receivers that are already available via the internet.
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