Resources

Ham Radio 101

*www.seits.org/business/whatis1.htm 

Introduction to Ham Radio

*www.irony.com/ham-howto.html 

Beginnerís Guide to Ham Radio

*www.howstuffworks.com/ham-radio.htm

How Ham Radio Works site

*www.geocities.com/cybermediaspec/ham.html 

An excellent, comprehensive GeoLibrary site that includes General Amateur Radio Information, Organizations, Clubs and Online Publications, Amateur Radio and Electronics Tutorial Page . . .

*www.eHam.net/newham/

Guide to Amateur Radio for New Hams

*http://library.thinkquest.org/17234/?tqskip1=1 

This wonderful site, developed by teenagers Seth and Kevin,  includes What is Ham Radio?, Who Can Be a Ham Radio Operator?  Whey Should I Get a License?, How to Get Your License, What Kinds of Equipment Do I Need? What is Packet? Dictionary of Ham Radio Terms, The Amateurís Code and Ham Radio Quiz.

 

 

Ham Radio Clubs and Organizations

*www.ARRL.org  

American Radio Relay League

*www.FARA.org

Framingham Amateur Radio Association

*www.YCCC.org

Yankee Clipper Contest Club

*www.dxzone.com/catalog/Ham_Radio/Clubs/ 

Ham Radio Clubs by Continent

*http://www.rac.ca/yl.htm

Young Lady Ham Radio Operator Clubs

*http://www.handiham.org

Ham Radio for People with All Kinds of Abilities

 

 

Globe and Map Links

*www.nationalgeographic.com/xpeditions/atlas

 This site is an outstanding resource for downloadable maps made for copying and printing!

*http://66.175.38.157/sub/greatcirclemap2.gif

 Great Circle World Map

*http://www.fourmilab.ch/earthview/vlatlon.html

Earth View of Latitude and Longitude

*http://geography.about.com/library/weekly/aa031197.htm 

Latitude and Longitude Information

*http://argray.org/dist/index

www.-istp.gsfe.asa.gov/stargaze/slatlong.htm

www.indo.com/distance 

Latitude, longitude and distance between two places.

*http://www4.plala.or.jp/nomrax/webatlas.htm 

Ham maps, Morse Code . . .

 

QSL Cards

*http://hamgallery.com/qsl

 This site contains an extraordinary QSL Card collection.

*www.dxzone.com

*www.schoechi.de/qip-link.html 

Links to other QSL resource pages.

 

Morse Code Links

http://www.arrl.org/news/features/1999/0701/4/

http://goofus.org/kk4dw.html

http://www.answers.com/topic/morse-code

www.scphillips.com/morse/ 

(Java Morse Code Translator)

This link is a lot of fun!  Type letters, numbers and punctuation in a box, press a ďTranslateĒ button and see/hear the Morse code translation.  Site also includes . . . International Morse Code Chart, Phonetic Alphabets of the World and Morse Code Frequently Asked Questions.

*www.ironycom/ham-cw.html 

Wonderful A-Z Morse Code Chart

*www.babbage.demon.co.uk/morseabc.html 

Terrific Morse Code Alphabet Chart

*www.morsecode.freeserve.co.uk 

Wonderful site filled with key photos, etc.

*www.zianet.com/sparks/index.html 

Type in a letter and hear the Morse Code translation.

*http://directory.google.com/Top/Recreation/Radio/Amateur/Morse_Code

*www.n4mw.com/cpo.htm

 Code Practice Oscillator Museum

*http://ac6v.com/morseaids.htm 

Morse Code Operating Aids

*www.netwalk.com/~fsv/CWguide.htm 

A Beginnerís Guide to Making CW Contacts

*www.morsum.demon.co.uk/links.html 

Links to Other Web Sites of Morse Interest

 

 

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