Amateur Radio Links [N Through Z]
Nikola Tesla at PBS. ORG (Inventor of Radio)
Public Broadcasting Systems page on Nikola Tesla
PSK 31 "Official" Hompage
Informative Website on the PSK31 operating mode.
PSK 31 Information Page by K1VY
What is PSK31 you may ask? It's simple, and yet it's not. Translated literally, it's an acronym for "Phase Shift Keying, 31 Baud". PSK31 is a form of modulation (or "mode") that offers a new and higher level of performance in conversational communications (keyboard-to-keyboard) that we "hams" (amateur radio operators) can enjoy.
The #1 magazine in the field of general hobby radio, Popular Communications covers short-wave listening ("world-band radio"), broadcast-band DXing (listening for faraway AM, FM & TV broadcast stations), scanning public service and other VHF/UHF frequencies, amateur radio, citizens band (CB), emergency communications, satellites, monitoring clandestine and pirate stations, and more. Popular Communications has been published since 1982.
QRP Amateur Radio Club International
Your source for QRP information and news.
QRP Amateur Radio Web Ring
Multiple sources of information on QRP Operation and Equipment
Dedicated to the hobby of QRP - Amateur Radio communications with very low power. (Canadian Site)
QRP FOX HUNT!
The QRP Fox Hunt is a series of two-hour amateur radio events during which QRP stations ("Hounds") attempt to work specific QRP stations designated as "The Fox."
QRP.biz: The Tuna Tin Two Gallery!
Home of the Tuna Tin Two Photo Gallery (legendary QRP kit)
Amateur Radio Resource Website
Quarter Century Wireless Association
The Quarter Century Wireless Association was organized to Promote friendship and cooperation among Amateur Radio operators who were licensed at least a quarter century ago. More than 30,000 membership numbers have been assigned over the years by Headquarters. Although the majority of these amateurs live in the United States, our membership stretches world wide.
Radio Amateur Online
Links to International Amateur Radio Websites
SARA - Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers
The Society of Amateur Radio Astronomers (SARA) is an international society of dedicated enthusiasts who teach, learn, trade technical information, and do their own observations of the radio sky. This organization is a scientific, non-profit group founded for the sole purpose of supporting amateur radio astronomy. SARA was organized in 1981, and today has hundreds of members worldwide. The group consists of optical astronomers, ham radio operators, engineers, teachers and non-technical persons. Many of our members are new to the field, and membership is extended to all who have an interest in radio astronomy.
The Scientific organization dedicated to finding Extraterrestrial Life
Tuning in the cosmos...
Telegraph Instruments of Europe
Here you will find a collection of images of some of the instruments in the fantastic collection of Fons Vanden Berghen. Fons is a collector of 19th century telegraph instruments. As you will see, these are rare and beautiful instruments.
http://www.faradic.net/~gsraven/fons_im ... useum.html
Tesla Memorial Society of New York - Inventor of Radio
The Tesla Memorial Society of New York
ARRL: The ARRL National Convention
The ARRL National Convention Visit the ARRL Expo area for exhibits, demonstrations, videos and lectures
The American Radio Relay League
An Excellent source of information for Hams and prospective Hams
The Dreaded Morse Code
The book on Morse Code and why it's a necessary mode.
The Earth as seen from space
The Geratol Net
The purpose of the GERATOL NET is to assist properly licensed amateur radio operators in obtaining the GERATOL Net 75-Meter, 2-Letter Extra Class serialized UNBELIEVABLE OPERATING ACHIEVEMENT Award. The award, also known as the Geratol Basic Award, is issued by the GERATOL Net for working and having confirmed, all 50 states within the EXTRA class segment (3.750-3.775 MHz.) of the American 75 meter phone band with 1X2, 2X1, 2X2A calls and 2X2 (AH6, KH6, WH6 in HI) and (AL7, KL7, WL7 in AK) extra class format call signs.
The Telegraphers Web Page
Research Resources for the History of Telegraphy And the Work of Women in the Telegraph Industry
Unusual Aurora QSOs in 144 MHz
The so-called unusual Aurora QSOs do not follow the 'geometrical rules' in field-aligned backscatter resulting in long-distance QSOs which shouldn't exist at all.
http://www.df5ai.net/Material/articles2 ... sualAurora
W9PPG Site which asks: Why Learn and Use CW?
What in the world can I say about operating CW? These were my thoughts upon learning that I was supposed to write a column about CW operation for this newsletter. It occurred to me perhaps putting down my thoughts as to why I choose to operate the ham bands using this obsolete method might be interesting.
Zerobeat on Communications
Zerobeat.net is devoted to radio communications. We are interested in publishing technical material and historical items that pertain to radio communications.
The N6QAB Radio Direction Finding Web Site
Foxhunting - finding that elusive transmitter.