HaM Radio Related Links

Clubs, Organizations, Events and History of Amateur Radio

The History of Telecommunications.

The Foundation for Amateur Radio (FAR) -  FAR's Scholarship Committee is responsible for the administration of over 70 amateur radio-related scholarships that are sponsored by 28 clubs and individuals from across the nation. Scholarship amounts range from $500 to $2,500. 

History of the ARRL's co founding father  on his 135th anniversary of  Hiram Percy Maxim, W1AW who is buried in Rose Hill Cemetery in Hagerstown, MD

A site dedicated to Harford County Amateur Radio Emergency Communications ARES and RACES information. 

The Cumberland Valley Amateur Radio Club (CVARC) page. A well designed page with lots of good information and links. Well worth a visit. 

Looking for a local club in the Tri State Area that's just for kids with an interest in amateur radio?  Try the The Anne Arundel Radio Club Jr.  

The WA8FSE link - the OFFICIAL link to the Opequon Radio Society.

The Baltimore Amateur Radio Club  (BARC) - offering information for Amateurs in the greater Baltimore, Maryland area.

Please visit the Victor Amateur Radio Association - for up to date Hamfest information for the Maryland, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Delaware regions.  

The ARRL Home Page - a great source providing amateurs the latest information concerning our hobby as well as a wealth of information for those wishing to become amateurs.

The FCC Amateur Radio Services page provides up to the minute information on current public notices, rulemaking and releases effecting our hobby in many ways.

Visit the Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation AMSAT for the latest information on satellite communications on AO-40 and current projects.

Green Mountain Repeater Association page serving Prince Georges County, Maryland 

Here is a link for information on the Mid-Atlantic QSO Party

Software - Amateur Radio Equipment - Call Sign Lookup - General Info - Misc

Best Field Day logger program I have ever seen - simple and easy - Just used it in the 2009 contest !  SQUIRL 

Finally a site that's all about TUBES - Fnd that old 01A or 6146 you need at The Tube Center  

Legacy and history of old QSL cards can be found at W8JYZ webpage  Old QSL cards

Cable, adapters and cable assembly supplier http://fieldcomponents.com/

Coax cable assemblies, bulk cable, connectors http://www.txmstore.com/  

Maybe your wondering about the history of Amateur Radio, well try the Ham Shack for a look back in time.

Scratching you head trying to find that specific scanner frequency, well try the Long Island Scanning Resources Site   

The master of the J-Pole antenna find this and other interesting articles at KE3FL's homepage  

Looking for that perfect device to install that wire antenna? Look no further then the EZ Hang  

Manuals for FREE, just visit WWW.QSO.NL  search his list, e-mail him and your all set. 

Calling all Kenwood users,  try this site for your all your modification  needs XE1BEF 

For exceptional quality in QSL card making check out the QSLfactory.  

Looking for some basic Amateur Radio stats like total licensed Hams etc.? Then check out FCC Radio Stats  

How about a specific modification to your rig new or old? Take a look at the  Mods.DK  

Amateur Radio logging software is available at N3FJP site. 

The WM7D Home Page - a great source for call sign look ups and hundreds of HAM related links! 

Try the QRZ Home Page - another excellent site for call sign look ups and general ham related articles.

AC6V's Operating Aids provides a nice page with many links to many useful Ham needs. 

Software tools to help you predict the performance of a radio system can be found at Radio Mobile   

The eHAM link - provides amateurs a real nice site for reviewing new equipment or just looking for some advise on new and used gear.

The DXZONE link - offers a smorgasbord of information on Amateur Radio, SWL, Radio Publications and more... 

Into Digital Modes then take a look at WM2U's page for some useful information on rtty,sstv,psk31, mfsk and more.  
The eQSL.cc website provides a sources for sending electronic ( e-mail ) QSL cards. Becoming very popular !

Try QTH.Com when your looking to buy some used gear or advertise that old stuff sitting in your garage.  

The Ham Gallery - link offers another great site full of Amateur Web links, DXing information, Dayton Hamvention photos and more...... 

Try DXSoft when your looking for some Ham Software for Windows.

QSL.Net Amateur Radio site which offers free Web hosting and e-mail for hams.

Heavens-Above  gives all of those interested in satellite locations and astronomy a great place to start. 

 Getting Started in Amateur Radio 

EXAM Lookup by the ARRL

The MDC Section Home Page

Simplex Frequencies for the Metro Areas

New Hams Guide by e-Ham

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