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         Radio Amateur:     more books (100)
  1. The Radio Amateur's Hand Book by A. Frederick Collins, 2009-04-30
  2. The Arrl Operating Manual (A R R L Operating Manual, 7th ed)
  3. The ARRL Antenna Book: The Ultimate Reference for Amateur Radio Antennas, Transmission Lines And Propagation (Arrl Antenna Book) by American Radio Relay League, 2007-05-01
  4. The ARRL Extra Class License Manual: For Ham Radio (Arrl Extra Class License Manual for the Radio Amateur) by Ward Silver, 2008-07-01
  5. Now You're Talking! All You Need to Get Your First Amateur Radio License, Fifth Edition
  6. Radio Frequency Interference: How to Find It and Fix It (Radio Amateur's Library, Publication No. 149.) by Ed Hare, Robert Schetgen, 1991-06
  7. Amateur Radio Operating Manual by R.J. Eckersley, 1985
  8. The ARRL operating manual (Radio amateur's library ; no. 44)
  9. The Beginner's Handbook of Amateur Radio by Clay Laster, 2000-11-28
  10. Oscar's Amateur Radio Adventure by Robert Norman, 2010-07-07
  11. Amateur Radio Astronomer's Handbook by John Potter Shields, 1986-05-04
  12. The ARRL Operating Manual For Radio Amateurs (Arrl Operating Manual) by Mark J. Wilson, 2008-01-01
  13. Stealth Amateur Radio: Operate From Anywhere by Kirk A. Kleinschmidt, 1999
  14. ARRL Ham Radio License Manual: All You Need to Become an Amateur Radio Operator (Arrl Ham Radio License Manual) (Arrl Ham Radio License Manual) by H. Ward Silver, American Radio Relay League, 2006-06-01

1. Amateur Radio Operator - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
(Redirected from Radio amateur) An amateur radio operator is an individual who typically uses equipment at an
Amateur radio operator
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Redirected from Radio amateur Jump to: navigation search Main article: Amateur radio An amateur radio operator An amateur radio operator is an individual who typically uses equipment at an amateur radio station to engage in two-way personal communications with other similar individuals on radio frequencies assigned to the amateur radio service . Amateur radio operators have been granted an amateur radio license by a governmental regulatory authority. As a component of their license, amateur radio operators are assigned a call sign that they use to identify themselves during communication. There are about three million amateur radio operators worldwide. Amateur radio operators are also known as radio amateurs or hams The term "ham" as a nickname for amateur radio operators originated in a pejorative usage by operators in commercial and professional radio communities. The word was subsequently welcomed by amateur radio operators, and it stuck. An amateur radio operator who has died is referred to by other amateur radio operators as a silent key
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Report Source Japan United States Thailand South Korea ... Norway Few governments maintain detailed demographic statistics of their amateur radio operator populations, aside from recording the total number of licensed operators. The majority of amateur radio operators worldwide reside in

2. Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES)
RACES provides a pool of emergency communications personnel that can be called on in time of need. RACES groups across the country prepare themselves for the inevitable day
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    Home Departments RACES provides a pool of emergency communications personnel that can be called on in time of need. RACES groups across the country prepare themselves for the inevitable day when they will be called upon. When a local, county, or state government agency activates its RACES group, that group will use its resources to meet whatever need that agency has. Founded in 1952, the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a public service that provides a reserve communications group within government agencies in times of extraordinary need. During periods of activation, RACES personnel are called upon to perform many tasks for the government agencies they serve. Although the exact nature of each activation will be different, the common thread is communications. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is responsible for the regulation of RACES operations. Each RACES group is administrated by a local, county, or state civil defense agency responsible for disaster services. This civil defense agency is typically an emergency services or emergency management organization, sometimes within another agency such as police or fire. In some areas, RACES may be part of an agency's Auxiliary Communications Service (ACS). Some RACES groups call themselves by other names (often to avoid confusion with similar terms such as “racist” or “horse races”), such as ACS, DCS (Disaster Communications Service), or ECS (Emergency Communications Service). Groups of licensed Radio Amateurs certified by a government civil defense (or equivalent) agency are actually RACES groups (as far as the FCC is concerned), no matter what they are called, and operate under the FCC’s RACES regulations.

3. Radio Technology News - Gearlog
Find out about radio technology at Gearlog. The technology news blog written by geeks, for geeks.

4. Radio Amateur
Residents licensed by the Federal Communications Commission to engage in private and experimental twoway radio operation and holding bona fide novice class licenses or higher

5. Kenwood Electronics Europe | Communications > Radio Amateur
Web site of Kenwood Electronics Europe (Kenwood Electronics Europe)
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6. Radio Amateurs Of Canada
Canada's National Amateur Radio Society We're ALL about Amateur Radio! Tous Radio Amateur of the Year
Radio Amateurs of Canada
Canada's National Amateur Radio Society "We're ALL about Amateur Radio!"
"Tous ensemble pour la radioamateur!" Home Site Map Contact RAC Search ... Calculators Log Into Members' Section Register Mbr. No.: Password: Forgot your password? Members' Section About RAC Transforming RAC ... Site Map "Amateur Radio exists as a frequency spectrum user because it qualifies as a service. Its continued existence depends to a great degree not on the service it has performed in the past, or on its simple potential for service, but on what service it is performing now and will continue to perform in the future."
The Canadian Amateur
Recent RAC Bulletins RAC Bulletin 2010-032E - Vision Statement 2010-11-14 RAC Bulletin 2010-031E - Field Organization Review Project Recent News Items EMCOMM: Indonesian disasters - update report 7 November 2010. RAC President's powerpoint presentation to 2010 AGM World War II and Post WWII YL "Spark" Stories Liability Insurance available to incorporated clubs. ... Has your address changed?
The holder of an Amateur Radio Operator Certificate shall notify the Department within thirty (30) days with respect to a change of mailing address. Section 15 RBR-4 (Formerly RIC-2)
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7. Amateur Radio - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Upon licensing, a radio amateur's national government issues a unique call sign to the radio amateur. The holder of a call sign uses it on the air to legally identify the operator or
Amateur radio
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search "Ham radio" redirects here. For other uses, see Ham radio (disambiguation) An example of an amateur radio station with three transceivers, amplifiers, and a computer for logging and for digital modes. On the wall are examples of various awards, certificates, and a reception report card (QSL card) from a foreign amateur station. Amateur radio , often called ham radio , is both a hobby and a service in which participants, called "hams", use various types of radio communications equipment to communicate with other radio amateurs for public services , recreation and self-training. Amateur radio operation is licensed by an appropriate government entity (for example, by the Federal Communications Commission in the United States ) as coordinated through the International Telecommunication Union An estimated two million people throughout the world are regularly involved with amateur radio. The term " amateur " does not imply a lack of skill or quality, but rather that amateur radio and its operators work outside of an official, governmental or commercial capacity.

8. W5YI : Sec. 97.407 Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
Assisting applicants in obtaining the various FCCissued Amateur and Commercial Radio Operator licenses.

9. Worldwide Information On Licensing For Radio Amateurs By OH2MCN
Information on licensing requirements in other countries prepared by OH2MCN.
Worldwide Information on Licensing for Radio Amateurs
This site is a member of WebRing. To browse visit here The Best Compliment of This Site is from RAC in Canada
"You should check the site on the internet about Information on licensing in other countries prepared by OH2MCN.
It is the most current and best source of information of which we are aware."
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The purpose of this web service is to give information to radio amateurs about how to get a license when abroad. All the major DXCC countries have been included in this service now. Thanks for this go to you, active DX travelers, and the ARRL which has done very much work in this respect during the spring and summer 1997.

10. The AM Forum - Index
A site dedicated to AM radio amateurs. Free e-mail list, chat group, classifieds, and technical information.
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11. American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association And Resources
The American Radio Relay League (ARRL) is the national association for amateur radio, connecting to hams around the U.S. with news, information and resources.
Website Search Category News Exam Sessions Clubs Hamfest/Conventions Contests Licensing Classes Special Events Member Directory Call Sign / Name Search 0 items Site Login Forgot Password? Register

12. NORAC | North Okanagan Radio Amateur Club
North Okanagan Radio Amateur Club welcomes members from around the World
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    • Winter Carnival
      Welcome to the home of NORAC, the North Okanagan Radio Amateur Club
      NORAC is centered in Vernon IRLP nodes and APRS trackers / digipeaters. Past club activities have included the Falkland International Sled Dog Races as well as provided communications for the Funtastic slow pitch tournament.
      NORAC Announcements
      November 14, 2010
      2010 / 2011 Memberships are now due. Please fill out the membership form from the website, and either pay by PayPal, or print off the completed form and mail in with your cheque.
      NORAC's next monthly meeting will be on November 18, 2010 at the Vernon Flying Club at 7:30pm. If anyone has a presentation they would like to make during any of the monthly meetings, contact Jesse VE7LYD ( Topics don't have to be amateur related; anything of interest would be just fine.
      NORACs pre-Christmas Dinner is on Friday, November 26, 2010 at The Pantry. Happy Hour 6:00 PM; Dinner 6:30 PM. Limited Menu: Turkey, Ham, or Roast Beef, Included: Dessert, coffee, and tea. Cost per person: $15 + taxes. The Ham of the Year Award will be given out. We would like to have a ball-park figure of attendees by Nov. 20, so the cooks have an idea of how many dozen turkeys will be needed. Call Muriel VE7EGB - 250-542-9491 or email:
      Join Blake for his winter net on 14.146 every Sunday at approximately 10:30 am

13. The AM Window: Stuff: AMers On The Web
These radio amateurs might mess with old ham gear, but they also utilize the Internet.
Home A-V B-Board Features Stuff Tech Why AMers On the Web Bill - W3DUQ Home of a long time AMer and The Future Net. Pete - WA1SOV - not only can you see AMers, you can hear them! Randy - N3LRX - And now for something completely different, Geocaching. KD4CPL - Nick - this guy has a lot of neat equipment - Check it out. Jim -WA2WHV lot of good pix. Also check out his WABC page and a VRML trip through a transmitter building. Dave - VK3ASE - find out about AM activity in VK-land, sound files too! If you're in Australia, try this link. Andy - WA4KCY - not only does this guy have lots of cool stuff, he's the Souteast Regional Director for AMI Al - W1UX - long time AMer from 1-land with numerous nice pix of his equipment. Randy - KK7TV - Here's the station of the Southwest Regional Director of AMI Gary - W3AM - Not only does this guy have a cool call, he has some cool stuff. Bruce - W1UJR - Lot's of station pix and other amateur radio info. Jack - W8AHB - This page is dedicated to telling the story of NikoliaTesla.

14. Radio Amateur Callbook Product Reviews
Radio Amateur Callbook product reviews by real people like you. Only at is a Web site dedicated to ham radio (amateur radio). Home FAQ Log In Help! Please Subscribe! Welcome Anonymous Become a member! or Login! Call Search
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Resources Calendar Classifieds Ham Exams Ham Links ... QSL Managers Site Info eHam Help (FAQ) Support the site The eHam Team Advertising Info ... About QSL Managers Ham Links Reviews Categories Ham Software - Other Help Reviews Summary for Radio Amateur Callbook Reviews: 23 Average rating: 4.7/5 MSRP: $49.95 Description: The CD version of the original Flying Horse Callbook. Product is in production. More info: http:// Email Subscription You are not subscribed to this review. Subscribe! My Subscriptions Subscriptions Help You can write your own review of the Radio Amateur Callbook. Page 1 of 3 Rating: 5/5 Jun 2, 2010 13:26

15. N6HB: Real-Time Maps And Charts
Real-time maps and charts for the radio amateur.
Real-Time Maps
A Collection of Maps and Charts for the Radio Amateur
May Be Used As-Is or Customized to Your Needs
Current Location of the Auroral Oval
(a useful low-bands propagation tool for determining useable signal paths) Grayline Display
(initially centered on , but can be set to any location and date/time) Infrared Satellite View of U.S.A.
(satellite footprint also covers parts of Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean)
Ionospheric Absorption
(by frequency, 5 - 30 MHz) Near-Real-Time MUF
(MUF = Maximum Useable Frequency) Solar Wind Plots
(2-hr dynamic plots are most useful for predicting geomagnetic activity) National Weather Service Maps
(Doppler Radar display, by region) World Wide Seismic Activity
(interactive world map)
73, Bob Wilson - N6HB Design by The Whole Internet, LLC

16. CQ - 'The Authority On Amateur Radio' For More Than 65 Years
CQ Amateur Radio is the world's leading independent ham radio magazine, with an emphasis on operating, DXing, contesting, propagation, public service, mobiling and construction
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17. Bartholomew County Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
The Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) was established under the Federal Communications Commission Rules and Regulations, as part of the amateur radio service.
Bartholomew County
Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
established under the Federal Communications Commission Rules
and Regulations, as part of the amateur radio service. The mission
of RACES is to establish and maintain the leadership and
organizational infrastructure necessary to provide amateur radio
communications in support of emergency management entities
throughout the United States and its territories.
RACES is employed during a variety of emergency/disaster
situations where normal governmental communications systems
have sustained damage or when additional communications are required or desired. Situations that RACES can be used include: natural disasters, technological disasters, civil disorder, Bartholomew County RACES is sponsored by Bartholomew County Emergency Management. We work closely with their office, along with the local law enforcement agencies, Bartholomew County ARES, the American Red Cross and other agencies throughout the community.

18. MF Marinefunk - Amateurfunk , ( RNARS , MARAC , INORC )
German organization of SWLs and Radio Amateurs with past or present navy or civilian maritime relationship. English - German
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19. AMSAT - The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation
AMSAT is a worldwide group of Amateur Radio Operators who share an active interest in building, launching and then communicating with each other through noncommercial Amateur
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20. The RAIN Report
This Week ARRL Lab Manager Ed Hair, W1RFI, talks about RFI basics; (Part 1, 17 minutes).
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This Week: An interview with Dave Morris, N5UP, the ham behind (Part One, 17 minutes)
Dave Miller, NZ9E, describes RAIN in the August 1996 issue of 73
The full article can be read by clicking the "About Hap" link on the left side of the page.
"From his home studio/ham shack in suburban Chicago, Hap Holly, KC9RP, produces this 10 to 15- minute weekly amateur radio program service, featuring timely interviews, occasional thought-provoking commentaries from other hams, excerpts from Hamvention Forums and other items of general interest to the ham radio community at large. Ham radio is traditionally an aural - as opposed to a visual - medium; we meet and recognize fellow hams primarily by voice, seldom seeing them in person. RAIN programming is also an aural medium, listened to by thousands of Internet users and hundreds of repeaters across the country at,

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