Steven’s Amateur Radio Link Page

Welcome !

To my new Amateur Radio Link Page,  This  page is a list of links that I have discovered from hours of looking to help me with getting my ham radio technicians license. If you find any broken links or Amateur Radio info you would like to share with me….please email me at stevenprovost570@gmail.com

*9/22/2022 – Please note, I am Currently working on my Amateur Radio Technician Class License

Page Updated on 7/4/2023

Amateur Call sign Lookup

  1. QRZ-Amateur Callsign Lookup
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CW training software

  1. CW course on the UBA-website (www.uba.be)
  2. G4FON Koch method trainer (www.g4fon.net)
  3. Just learn Morse code (www.justlearnmorsecode.com )
  4. Contest simulation (www.dxatlas.com/MorseRunner )
  5. Increase your speed using RUFZ (www.rufzxp.net )
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The American Radio Relay League

  1. The American Radio Relay League
  2. ARRL Learning Center
  3. ARRL – Alabama Section Home
  4. ARRL – Mississippi Section Home
  5. ARRL – N. Florida Section Home
  6. ARRL – Hamfests and Convention Database
  7. ARRL- NE – ARRL New England Division
  8. ARRL Audio News (Spotify.com Podcast)
  9. ARRL- The Doctor Is In (Spotify. Com Podcast)
  10. ARRL- ON The Air Magazine – Podcast
  11. Support for Instructors
  12. Support for Teachers
  13. Resources for Volunteer Examiners
  14. Find an Exam Site
  15. Practice Exams
  16. License Manuals
  17. ARRL Volunteer Examiner Coordinator (ARRL VEC)
  18. Public and Media Relations 
  19. FCC License Renewal 
  20. Foundation, Grants and Scholarships
  21. Advertising and Other Business Opportunities
  22. Find a License Exam Session
  23. Find a Licensing Class
  24. ARRL Continuing Education Program 
  25. ARRL – Books, Software and Operating Resources
  26. Radio Clubs (ARRL-affiliated clubs)
  27. ARRL – Hamfests and Conventions
  28. The ARRL Field Organization Structure
  29. ARRL- Awards Page
  30. ARRL- Contests Page
  31. QSL Service
  32. ARRL – Logbook of the World
  33. Use Your License to Serve the Community (Public Service)
  34. Amateur Radio Emergency Service®
  35. Emergency Communications Training
  36. QST – ARRL members’ journal(NEW) 
  37. QEX –X A Forum for Communications Experimenters(NEW)
  38. NCJ – National Contest Journal –  (NEW)
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Amateur Radio Satellites

  1. Work-Sat.com
  2. Talking to Satellites on Ham Radio – Ham Radio Prep
  3. Best Ham Radio for Satellites: Reviews & Set up Guide
  4. Ham Radio Satellite Tracking for Beginners – Ham Radio …
  5. Amateur radio satellites – N2YO.com
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Amateur Radio Store’s

  1. HAM RADIO OUTLET
  2. LARGEST HAM RADIO ACCESSORY CATALOG
  3. Associated radio
  4. Ham City/ Jun’s
  5. DX Engineering Company
  6. AlasKit Educational & Scientific Resources
  7. Cheapham.com
  8. kjielectronics.co
  9. www.ldgelectronics.com  
  10. Bridgecommsystem.com
  11. Quicksilver Radio Products (NEW)
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Weather Links

  1. SKYWARN – NWS SKYWARN Storm Spotter Program
  2. SKYWARN Local – WX1BOX Southern New England SKYWARN
  3. Weather Stations at WeatherShack.com
  4. The NWS SkyWarn Home Page
  5. National Hurricane Center
  6. National Hurricane Center Ham Station (WX4NHC)
  7. Baldwin County 911 – Hurricane Info
  8. The Hurricane Watch Net
  9. Baron Critical Weather Institute
  10. National Weather Service – Mobile/Pens.
  11. FairhopeWeather.com
  12. Fairhope East Elementary School – WeatherSTEM station page

## Reports

A good overview of the upcoming week is K7RA’s solar report, which comes out on Fridays: https://www.wm7d.net/hamradio/solar/k7ra.shtml.

### Dashboards:

  1. NOAA
  2. QSL.net Propagation
  3. RF Propagation Analytics
  4. SolarHam
  5. Space weather indices chart
  6. Sunspots
  7. W7MD Solar Resource page

### Reports and forecasts:

  1. Current propagation indices
  2. Current solar flux
  3. Geomagnetic activity
  4. Geomagnetic storm news
  5. K-index forecast
  6. NOAA
  7. NOAA forecast discussion
  8. Planetary K Index Proppy
  9. Solar Terrestrial Activity Report

### Maps:

– Hourly NVIS world map – http://hflink.com/propagation/
– Maps of current conditions – https://prop.kc2g.com/
– Tropospheric ducting – http://www.dxinfocentre.com/tropo.html

### Landing pages, links:

Australian space weather services
On-Line HF Propagation
Whole lot of propagation tools
ON4AA DX propagation

For those just tuning in, the official site for the solar data widget Scott is referring to is at http://www.hamqsl.com/solar.html. Some general tutorials on this data and what it means are at:

ARRL Propagation page
– Carl Leutzelschwab, K9LA – http://k9la.us/
https://www.qsl.net/w2vtm/hf_solar.html

Government Links

  1. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  2. FEMA Training – Emergency Management Institute (FEMA, USAF, DHS)
  3. DHS.gov – Department of Homeland Security
  4. NWS.gov – National Weather Service (NOAA) Home Page
  5. Mass.gov MEMA – Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
  6. SHARES (ncs.gov) – National Communications System.(SHARES)
  7. Army Mars – US. Army MARS, (Military Affiliate Radio System)
  8. NTIA.doc.gov – National Telecommunication & Information Administration
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National-State Organizations:

  1. The Alabama Repeater Council
  2. Alabama Contest Group
  3. Alabama Traffic Net
  4. The Maritime Mobile Service Net
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Awesome Armature Radio Tools

    1. Antenna &  RF Calculators – Great WebSite!
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Amateur Radio Repeaters

  1. Amateur Radio Repeaters in Maine
  2. Amateur Radio Repeaters in Vermont
  3. Amateur Radio Repeaters in New Hampshire
  4. Amateur Radio Repeaters in Massachusetts
  5. Amateur Radio Repeaters in Connecticut
  6. Amateur Radio Repeaters in Rhode Island
  7. Other USA Repeaters (Ham Radio Repeaters Database)
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Amateur Radio Emergency Links

  1. ARES – Amateur Radio Emergency Service® (ARES)
  2. Alabama Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES)
  3. Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network (AREDN)
  4. The Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Service
  5. Baldwin County Emergency Management Agency
  6. RACES – Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
  7. SATERN – Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network
  8. The New England Digital Emergency Communications Network
  9. Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency (NEW)
  10. Massachusetts Power Outages (NEW)
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Amateur Radio YouTube.Com Channels (NEW)

  1. Gorden West (WB6NOA) YouTube channel
  2. KB9VBR Antennas
  3. Ham Radio Crash Course
  4. Ham Radio DX
  5. Ham Radio Prep
  6. HAM RADIO DUDE
  7. engineeringhistory
  8. HamRadio.World
  9. TheNewHam
  10. HAM Radio For Non-Techies
  11. TheSmokinApe
  12. Ham Radio In Action
  13. Jim W6LG

Amateur Radio Equipment for Sale

  1. Craigslist.com (Maine)
  2. Craigslist.com (Vermont)
  3. Craigslist.com (New Hampshire)
  4. Craigslist.com (Boston)
  5. Craigslist.com (Western Massachusetts)
  6. Craigslist.com (Connecticut)
  7. Craigslist.com (Rhode Island)
  8. Craigslist.com  (Albany New York)
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Parks On The Air

  1. Parks On The Air Map
  2. Parks on the Air YouTube Channel
  3. Donate to Parks on the Air

Youth In Amateur Radio

  1. Jamboree-on-the-Air is held the third weekend in October.
  2. Boy Scouts Amateur Radio in Spring Camporee (NEW)
  3. K2BSA. Net (NEW)
  4. Chattanooga Amateur Radio Club (NEW) 
  5. Radio MERiT Badge(PDF File ) (NEW)
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Link for Those Wishing to get a Amateur Radio License

  1. ARRL Learning Center
  2. What is Ham Radio?
  3. Getting Your Amateur Radio License
  4. Federal Communications Commission (FCC)
  5. Online or In-person Testing
  6. 2022-2026 Technician Class Audio CD
  7.  ARRL- Technician-Study-Guide-4thEd.(PDF File  2022)
  8. Ham Radio Prep- FREE HAM RADIO PRACTICE TEST 
  9. Ham Radio Prep (Amateur Radio Online lessons)
  10. Amateur Radio Terms (PDF File)
  11. ARRL- ON The Air Magazine – Podcast
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Radio Manufacturers

  1. Midland Radio factory store website/  
  2. Kenwood Radio Company    
  3. Yaesu.com 
  4. Wouxun Electronics Company
  5. ADI-Radi
  6. Alinco
  7. Icom
  8. Ten-Tec
  9. Advanced Specialties, Lodi NJ – Alinco, ANLI, Yaesu.
  10. Burghardt Amateur Center
  11. BUX CommCo
  12. Electronic Rainbow – Electronic kits
  13. GigaParts, Inc.
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Amateur Radio Clubs Links

  1. Mobile Amateur Radio Club (Mobile, AL.)
  2. Deep South Amateur Radio Club (Mobile, AL.)
  3. Brewton Amateur Radio Union (Brewton, AL.)
  4. South Alabama Amateur Radio Club (Andalusia, AL.)
  5. Jackson County Amateur Radio Assoc. (Pascagoula,MS.)
  6. MS Coast Amateur Radio Association (Gulfport, MS.)
  7. New Orleans Amateur Radio Club (New Orleans, LA.)
  8. Five Flags Amateur Radio Club (Pensacola, FL.)
  9. Milton Amateur Radio Club (Milton, FL.)
  10. Panama City Amateur Radio Club (Panama City, FL.)
  11. North Okaloosa Amateur Radio Club (Crestview, FL.)
  12. Playground Amateur Radio Club (Ft. Walton Beach, FL.)
  13. Telephone Pioneers ARC (Birmingham, AL.)
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Massachusetts Town & City Emergency Management Agencys

  1. Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
  2. Mass.gov MEMA – Massachusetts Emergency Management Agency
  3. Massachusetts Emergency Preparedness Regions Map (NEW)

Region One

  1. Agawam Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  2. Northampton, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  3. North Adams, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  4. Holyoke, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  5. Palmer, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  6. Pelham, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  7. Westfield Emergency Management Agency (NEW)
  8. West Springfield, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  9. Stockbridge, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  10. Chesterfield, MA Emergency Management (NEW)
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Region Two

  1. Pepperell, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  2. Paxton, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
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Region Three

  1. Salem, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  2. Peabody, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
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Region Four

  1.  
  2.  

Region 4a

  1. Acton, Ma Emergency Management Agency (NEW)

Region 4b

  1.  

Region 4c

  1. Boston, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)

Region Five

  1. Pembroke, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  2. Acushnet, Ma Emergency Management (NEW)
  3. Marlborough, MA Emergency Management (NEW)
  4. Abington, MA Emergency Management (NEW)
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  •  Emergency Management

New Links (just Added)

  1. Local News
  2. Baldwin County News Page
  3. Baldwin Register
  4. Gulf Coast Newspapers
  5. The Fairhope Times
  6. AARC – Algonquin Radio Club
  7. CERT – Community Emergency Response Team.gov – Community Emergency Response Team Home Page
  8. EMA ARES – Eastern Massachusetts ARRL Section ARES
  9. NationalGrid Outage Map – Local area power outages
  10. NTS – Table of Contents, NTS Methods and Practices Guidelines
  11. SATERN – Mass – Mass Salvation Army Team Emergency Radio Network
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Commercial Amateur Radio:

  1. Northern California DX Foundation
  2. DX News
  3. EchoLink Home Page
  4. QSL.NET Home Page
  5. Northern California DX Foundation
  6. Ham City
  7. The WireMan – coax, connectors, wire, baluns
  8. Universal Radio
  9. QTH.COM!! Swap amateur radio equipment
  10. Juns Electronics
  11. Ken’s Electronics schematics and tuneup manuals
  12. MFJ Enterprises
  13. R and L Electronics
  14. RT Systems
  15. Surplus Sales of Nebraska Index
  16. Texas Towers, The Online Ham Radio Store
  17. THE HAM STATION HOME PAGE
  18. The R.F. Connection
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Software-Defined Radio receiver

  1. WebSDR
  2. Websdr in Orlando, Florida
  3. Steel City Amateur Radio Club SDR
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Other Radio Services

  1. General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
  2. Family Radio Service (FRS)
  3. Military Auxiliary Radio System > Home
  4. REACT International, Inc. – Public Service Through Communication