the sister nets - World
Radio Network and World Friendship Net
by the Western Reflector and IRLP
THERE IS A
GREAT VARIETY OF INFORMATION ON OUR NETS
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section is devoted to Links- Good for new hams and the Old Timers
interest to our friends: Please note that many of our nets are hosted
on an Echolink server.
What most of us do not realize is the cost behind providing this service.
Check this page for info on the cost of providing
to know the history of ham radio? You can Google "History of
or you can download a docx file Here
or a PDF file Here with links to various
has a good overall coverage of Ham Radio Here.
page has a good set of links to various subjects about ham radio.
KC7GHT links us to CQ100. Check his QRZ page for interesting information
and great links.
He also does some interesting photography on his Jeep tours done by
Check his info
on Skype and how it is used for Ham Radio.
by KK4SHH has a cornucopia of links
This site has been shut down by the host. Until Larry gets a new host,
you can view the site here
500 AMATEUR RADIO WEB SITES All ham radio links! Nothing but amateur
radio web sites! The largest ad-free ham linking site on the web.
Good Links and starter info for new hams.
here is another one with good links
ARRL site has a nice list also of the top 10 links
is not to be left out of the mix: 10
HANDY HAM RADIO WEBSITES
possibly the biggest list but well organized by subject is the DXZone
yet another extensive one Here
is an interesting one that has links to Free manuals
you might have an interest in CW check
out this site and one of their interesting pages here
in history? Google "Old Ham Radio". The Wikipedia has this
amateur radio" and this site COLLECTING
OLD HAM RADIO TRANSCEIVERS shows a lot of old equipment.
nice repeater list
satellite info Here
and a net after Hamnation Here
More info about Allstar, Starlink and Echolink Here
site has help getting Allstar working
Micro-Node is a place to get a
ready made radio for IRLP or parts to make your own
also known as the Winlink 2000 Network, is a worldwide radio messaging
system that uses amateur-band radio frequencies to provide radio interconnection
services that include email with attachments, position reporting,
weather bulletins, emergency relief communications, and message relay.
is radio based e-mail system designed for yacht owners operating beyond
line-of-sight radio links to the internet. Much of its underlying
technology is built upon the Winlink software originally developed
by amateur radio enthusiasts. Operation on SailMail network frequencies
requires a license for the Marine Radiotelephone Service.
Amateur Radio Newsline can be found Here
on Echolink. This page shows the Western Reflector channels and what
conference server information Here
is an interesting page with links to lots of training videos
preparedness from a Counterintelligence Agent
has a ton of good information. Heading is "How to communicate
when the world goes silent". Sub headings: CB radio for emergency
comms, How good are satellite phones in an emergency?, GMRS/FRS/MURS
radios, Amateur radio (ham radio): the best emergency communication
system (with common frequencies used in emergencies), Using stealth
to operate an amateur radio, The Foxhole Radio, Crystal Radios, Homemade
AM transmitter, and lastly The spark-gap transmitter.
http://www.arrl.org/hamfests/search By location or division
has a lot of info for new hams- these titles:
to get your amateur radio license and become a “ham”; I just obtained
my Ham Radio License – Now What?; How to get started with Ham Radio;
Top Ten Rules for Being a Good Amateur Radio Operator; Upgrading to
Amateur Radio from Other Radio Services; Ham Radio Training for Responders
and Groups; Guide to Joining a Net for New Hams; Guide to Using Repeaters
for New Hams; What to put in your Go Kit; Digital Mode Primer; What
kind of ham are you?; Comic books to introduce people to ham radio
– Good idea!
Pacific Northwest area
Some Nevada news and has Nevada repeater lists. Look in the "More"
On The Air and IOTA
(North America QRP CW Club) at: www.naqcc.info
Islands Award Program) at: www.usislands.org/
- Canada Flora & Fauna at: www.qsl.net/va3rj/veff_about.html
Yahoo! Group at: www.groups.yahoo.com/group/VEFF/WCA
Flora & Fauna) at: www.wwff.co/ WLOTA
about Castles at http://www.cotapa.org/
(World Lakes Award) at: www.worldlakes.info
Lighthouse On The Air at: www.wlota.com/ has an award for expeditions
to special lighthouses on remote islands.
(Hamuniverse.com) is a great site with lots of good stuff for hams.
there are three popular VoIP packages used by Ham Radio operators,
IRLP, ILink and EchoLink.
CQiNet is a family of programs that combine Ham Radio with the Internet
using Voice over IP (VoIP) technology.
Two programs are currently in the family, "theBridge" and echoLinux.
You can find all about this Here
there is a new group for Amateur Radio Emergency Response Teams Here
N7HVN is getting the Girl Scouts involved. Check this
page for info about the girls getting a radio badge.
This is the checklist
for the girls getting their badge.
Here are some more links about scouting & radio.
an interesting fact about Weblos: There is no such scout as a Webelo.
WEBELOS stands for "We Be Loyal Scouts". Without the S the boys are
not scouts! This is the only Cub Scout advancement item which transitions
to the Boy Scout, Varsity Scout or Venturing uniform.
you are at it- check the ARRL
page for the latest news.
also check our nets page for more links.
is an article about the future of ham radio that was emailed to
me & I found it worth sharing.
are a lot of links I found about Allstar.
in flying aircraft? Check
has a lot of european links on this
Gary Hoffman is a "writer". Check his QRZ page, then go
to his web site
for some interesting humor. Check the links at the bottom.
is another way some hams communicate.
Of Interest to Amateur Radio Operators
Star DX Association link page has a tremendous list of links.
radio around the world a PDf has info on operating in other countries.
We covered this on the net on 6/18/18.