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    Q & A - Amateur Radio Links [A Through M]

    Amateur Radio Links [A through M]:


    10-10 International an organization of amateur radio operators dedicated to maintaining high levels of amateur radio communications on the 10-meter amateur band (28.0-29.7 MHz). Established in 1962, 10-10 has grown continuously since that day, with some ups and downs according to the numbers of sunspots and the openness of the band.

    http://www.ten-ten.org/


    AC6V's Webpage on Awards for Amateur Radio

    http://www.ac6v.com/hamawards.htm


    AF9Y's Site for EME,Weak Signal and Astrophotography Amateur Source for Weak Signal Work

    http://www.af9y.com


    AH0A - Amateur Radio Education Web Site Ham Academy, Wavgen and Morse Academy Amateur Radio Software

    http://www.speroni.com/AH0A.html


    AMSAT The Radio Amateur Satellite Corp. Webpage

    http://www.amsat.org/amsat-new/index.php


    Antenna Calculator for Quad Antennas
    Thank you Jerry, K1OU

    http://www2.mmae.ucf.edu/~ssd/ham/quadcalc.html



    Antenna Calculator - Dipoles: How to make one. An online calculator to design one to the frequency you want.
    Thanks Jerry K1OU

    http://www.radioing.com/hamradio/antcalc.html


    Antenna Calculator - Dipole and Yagi Maker Online Calculator
    Thanks Jerry K1OU

    http://bfn.org/~bn589/antenna.html


    ARRL: Broadband Over Power Line (BPL) and Amateur Radio
    Help stop BPL interference!

    http://www.arrl.org/tis/info/HTML/plc/


    AURORA :: Propagation Resource Center :: HFRadio.org
    Where are you located, on the GEOMAGNETIC coordinates? The following maps allow you to compare the Kp Index (shown above) to a location, to find out where possible aurora sightings might occur.

    http://hfradio.org/aurora.html


    Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
    AMSATS page on the latest information regarding ARISS

    http://www.rac.ca/ariss


    Amateur Television Quarterly
    Website for those interested in Amateur Television

    http://www.hampubs.com/

    Arbeitskreis Meteore e.V.
    Have you ever seen a shooting star? Sure you have. And you will also have noticed colourful rings around the sun, which appear from time to time. People who witnessed auroras or noctilucent clouds will surely be less. All these phenomena have in common that they are somehow connected to the atmosphere of the earth. People who are interested in those phenomena have joined in the "Arbeitskreis Meteore e.V." (AKM). In the present mode, our association has been existing since 1990, but it originates from a group of observers who joined in 1975

    http://www.meteoros.de/indexe.htm


    Auroral Activity Observation Network
    Use this web page to obtain current auroral activity sighting reports from around the world, or to submit your own auroral activity sightings for others to discover. Submissions may be used for future study.

    http://www.spacew.com/www/auroras.html

    Contest Calendar by WA7BNM:

    http://www.hornucopia.com/contestcal/
    This website lists exactly when almost every known amateur radio contest takes place, with links to rules, results, webpages, awards and other useful info from contest sponsors.

    (added 04/13 by N2RJ)

    CQ magazine
    "TheRadio Amateur's Journal" CQ is the world's leading independent magazine devoted to amateur radio. For more than a half-century, CQ has been on ham radio's leading edge -- the first to promote mobile operating (in the 1950s), semiconductors (in the 1960s) and packet radio -- the original e-mail (in the 1980s). The amateur satellite program got its start with an idea in the pages of CQ!

    http://www.cq-amateur-radio.com/


    CW Links - Resource Site for Code Operating
    Extensive Information Base for CW Interests

    http://www.csun.edu/~skatz/johnpage/cw.html


    DAYTON HAMVENTION
    The Dayton Amateur Radio Association - information on the largest annual hamvention.

    http://hamvention.org/


    DF5AI.NET
    Amateur Radio Propagation Studies -Science, research, engineering, operating

    http://www.df5ai.net/


    Deutscher Amateur-Radio-Club e.V. : AURORA BEACON - DK0WCY
    DARC (Germany) Aurora Beacon Page (Some pages are ONLY available in German-Some are in English also.)

    http://www.dk0wcy.de/


    FISTS is a well established and recognized CW organization in the world of amateur radio.
    What FISTS wants to accomplish --To further the use of CW on the amateur bands, to encourage newcomers to the CW mode & to engender friendship within the membership.

    http://www.fists.org/


    GQRP Club
    Low Power Amateur Radio, The G-QRP club was formed by Rev. George Dobbs G3RJV in 1974 to cater for those interested in low power communications after a group used to meet around 3.560MHz. In the year 2000, the club celebrated its 25th birthday.

    http://www.gqrp.com/


    HIGH FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURORAL RESEARCH PROGRAM
    HAARP is a scientific endeavor aimed at studying the properties and behavior of the ionosphere, with particular emphasis on being able to understand and use it to enhance communications and surveillance systems for both civilian and defense purposes.

    http://www.haarp.alaska.edu/


    Ham-Shack
    Amateur Operator Resource Page - Billed as Everything You Need to Know to Get Started In The Hobby of Ham Radio. For repeaters, use the link:

    http://www.ham-shack.com/repeaters.html

    http://www.ham-shack.com/


    Homing In (Foxhunting)
    All About Radio Direction Finding (RDF)

    http://members.aol.com/homingin/


    K4ABT/W4ABT Amateur Radio Site
    Website concerning APRS, PSK-31 & Packet Radio with related information

    http://www.packetradio.com/


    Moonbounce, Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence and Radio Astronomy Group
    Advanced Technology Amateur Website for Amateur Radio Operators

    http://www.nitehawk.com/rasmit/
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