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The Denver Radio Club, WØTX

Providing Amateur Radio Services for the Denver Area Since 1917.
Denver Colorado, U.S.A.
E-Mail to: W0TX@w0tx.org
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DRC Ham Radio Web Links

Try some of these interesting web sites!

Denver Radio Club Items

Image of YouTube Logo Packet Radio Classes by W6OAV - all ten classes are now on the DRC YouTube Channel Image of YouTube Logo

 

Other Metro Denver Area Clubs

RMRL - Rocky Mountain Radio League
CRA - Colorado Repeater Assn.
CRRG - Castle Rock Repeater Group
Colorado ARES
Colorado RACES
Colorado Section, ARRL
Rocky Mountain Division ARRL

 

Other Ham Clubs Around the World

SandHills Amateur Radio Club, Garden City and Scott City, Kansas
KARS - Kona Amateur Radio Society, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii
Amateur Radio Lighthouse Society
OCARC, Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada
The Essex Ham Webite, from south west England

 

Call Sign and Repeater Look-Up Servers

UALR Call Sign Lookup Server

 

Maritime Mobile Distress Calls

If you receive a MAYDAY call on the Amateur Radio H.F. frequencies, from a boat or ship In Distress at sea:
Make a telephone call to the U.S. Coast Guard at: 703-313-5900
or 305-415-6800 (both numbers are monitored 24hrs./day).

Please get the boat/ship's location and keep in constant communications with the boat/ship
until the U.S.G.C. H.F. radio can come up on the frequency you are are using.

Copy these phone numbers and keep the info in your shack where it is easily found.

 

Ham Radio and Related Organizations

ARRL - American Radio Relay League's Home Page
AMRAD
AMSAT, Radio Amateur Satellite Corp.
FISTS - The Intl. Morse Code Preservation Society
TAPR, Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Corp.
FCC Welcome Page
The Maritime Radio Historical Society
IEEE organization
SETI League
Interactive Shortwave Broadcast Schedule from the HFCC

 

International Amateur Radio Societies

RSGB - Radio Society of Great Britain, UK
GARS - Guernsey Amateur Radio Society
JARL - Japan Amateur Radio League (in English)
GARS - Gibraltar Amateur Radio Society
SARTS - Singapore Amateur Radio Transmitting Society
RNARS - Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society
TTARS - Trinidad and Tobago Amateur Radio Society
RL - Luxemborg Amateur Radio Society
Waverley Amateur Radio Society, Sydney Australia
Federacion Mexicana de Radio Experimentadores (in Spanish)
Union Radioaficionados Espa├▒oles (in Spanish)
Radio Club de Costa Rica (in Spanish)
DARC - Deutscher Amateur-Radio Club (in German)
REF - Union Francaise des Radioamateurs (in French)
ARI - Associazione Radioamatori Italiani (in Italian)
Radio Amateurs of Canada (in Canadian, eh?)
ARSK - Radio Society of Kenya
IRTS - Irish Radio Transmitting Society
IARU - International Amateur Radio Union
ITU - International Telecommunication Union

 

Amateur Radio News

Southgate Amateur Radio News - International Ham Radio News from London, England
"Amateur Radio Newsline": Pasternak's Ham Radio News Reports
eHam.net News and Reviews
The iCQ Podcast from Great Britain

 

Dealers and Suppliers

HamRadio Outlet
Hamcity
R F Parts Company
Radio City inc.
BUXCOMM - Packet Radio Stuff
Texas Towers On-Line Store
Array Solutions - antenna arrays
BEC Distribution Ltd., TOKO Products Distributor and Technical Info.
Digikey Corp. - Electronic Parts
Mouser Electronics
Jameco Electronics
Allied Electronics
Allied Electronics
Dan's Small Parts and Kits Co.
Arrow Electronics
Newark Electronics
BG Micro Electronics
Micro Center Computers & Electronics
Monoprice Computer & Home Electronics Supply
Monitoring Times Magazine
Hutton Communications Supply

 

Equipment Manufactures:

Antenna Specialists and Maxrad brand antennas
Antenex Antenna Corp.
Arrow Antenna
Andrew Corp. (Heliax Coax Cable)
Alinco USA
Yaesu USA
Icom
Hamtronics - VHF & UHF Radio Equipment
ADI/Premier/Pryme
Kenwood Amateur Radio
Down East Amateur Microwave
Ameritron
B&W (Barker & Williamson) Antennas/Coils
Tigertronics Digital/Packet Interfaces
Diamond Antenna
Bencher
Comet Antenna/Daiwa/Maldol
Cushcraft
MFJ
Mirage
Kantronics
Timewave
US Tower
Vectronics
MAHA Batteries/Chargers
M2 Antennas
Rohn Tower Information
Glen Martin Engineering - Towers
SGC
Ten-Tec

 

Misc. Ham Radio Related Information

The FCC's Info on Amateur Radio Service, U.S.A.
The FCC's Title 47 - The Rules for the U.S.A.
Guide to Amateur Radio for New Hams
"How Ham Radio Works" at howstuffworks.com's web site
The Wikipedia's article on amateur radio
AC6V, Rod Dinkins' little web site
AA9PW's FCC & FAA Practice License Exams
HamGallery: QSL Card site
QSL.NET: home page of the free amateur radio web hosting site
The eHam Web Site: News, Reviews, Articles
Ham Radio Mods pages
QRSS and You
W7EL, Roy Lewallen's "EZNEC" Antenna Modeling Program
G4FGQ, Reg Edwards' (SK) Free Ham Radio Software (Memorial Site)
Contesting.Com
VK2CA's web site in OZ land
What Time is It? - The U.S. Naval Observatory
Storage Battery FAQ from Wind & Sun Co.
Repeater Builder's Technical Info
G3SEK's Technical References on R.F. Amplifier Design
U.S. Coast Guard's Maritime Communications Information Pages
Chuck Husick's Boating Radio and Electronics Pages
Harry's Homebrew Projects
History of the Atlantic Cable & Submarine Telegraphy
Salsa, HF Propagation Prediction, QRP PK31, and some other non-related items.
Small Tuned loop antennas (STLs) for H.F.
More information on Small Tuned loop antennas (STLs), aka Magnetic Loops.
"John's Radio Pages.
"The Mystery of Radials" by Thierry Lombry, ON4SKY.
Anyone remember what a CK722 is?
More Carl and Jerry memories.
Some information about Tesla.
Cheap and easy to build Yagis for VHF/UHF, by WA5VJB and AB5SS.
What is a "Class E" transmitter?
An on-line, interactive, Amateur Satellite Pass Predictor by AMSAT.
How to Silver Plate RF Components
Radio, electrical and electronic articles, from G3YNH
SolderSmoke Podcasts (in MP3 format), by Bill, N2CQR
The 50 KW A.M. Broadcast Transmitter at KOA radio, Denver Colorado, circa 1935.
Ham Radio Interest by Facebook® Users
American Radio History
Sherwood Engineering's Ham Receiver Tests (ranked by Dynamic Range, Narrow Spaced)


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