Recalculates if you miss a turn.
Please feel free to visit this site anytime, and browse through the ham links, as I will be maintaining it frequently. What is amateur radio? It is both a hobby and a service - better known as ham radio. Unlike most hobbies, however, operators are licensed by their national government in the U.
Because It is a true service its formal name is the Amateur Radio Service. It is a non-profit hobby in which ham operators communicate with other hams in all parts of the world and out of this world!
They donate their time for emergency communications, local events. Communications is accomplished via means of what is called modes of transmitting and receiving. Once licensed, ham operators are able to use a wide variety of communications technologies examples of these modes are in the " Modes of communications page ".
With an appropriate ham license, you can use high technology radios for personal communications between friends and family, with no air time charges like cellular.
You can provide assistance to your community during emergencies. You can access from your radio available on many repeater systems to call for help. You can also place personal phone calls through many repeater systems.
Many questions regarding how all this got started can be answered with these site pages on, where did it all start and the Origins of the Handie Talkie. Support freedom Search this site Just when you think you have enough antennas or gear, this ham still has you beat.
Try these sounds of Amateur radio:NØSSC's Ham Radio Blog. The ham radio blog of Sterling Coffey, NØSSC. Sterling is dedicated to improving ham radio by promoting it to younger generations.
A collection of Amateur Radio Home Brewing projects is presented here for those who wish to build their own projects. More Arduino Microcontroller Projects for Your Ham Radio Station! Building on the success of Arduino for Ham Radio, this book — More Arduino Projects for Ham Radio — includes 15 completely new practical and functional Arduino projects for the ham shack.
This time, we branch out to use some of the newer Arduino variants and devices. amateur radio topics - 6, links & pages - from antennas to zones. AADE - L/C Meter II, kits and software, Frequency Displays for older radios; Almost All Digital Electronics - Hobby Kits and Software; American QRP Club-- For builders, experimenters, ham radio operators & low power enthusiasts.; Antique Electronic Supply - Lotsa Kits - Xtal Sets, Tube projects -- more.
Ham radio site with Amateur radio links and a collection of over Ham Radio sites services verified each week.
Including DX band conditions(DX spots) for beginners and seasoned ham operators alike.