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The sites on this page are devoted primarily to amateur radio. If you know of a site that belongs on this page, or if you encounter a "dead" link, e-mail the editor.

American Radio Relay League. This is the national association for ham radio operators in the United States. If you are interested in ham radio, this is the first site you should visit.

Dayton Hamvention. The annual Dayton Hamvention is the largest gathering of ham radio operators in the United States.

All About Ham Radio! Provides links to introductory information about amateur radio.

Ham Radio Online. A superb on-line magazine devoted to ham radio.

Magic Band Network. Covers operation on the six meter (50-54 MHz) ham band.

QRP Connection. Covering low power ham radio activity.

QTH.com. An extensive list of ham radio-related classified ads can be found here.

Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation. This is the site for the latest information on ham radio satellite communications.

Radio Amateurs of Canada. The "RAC" is the national organization of Canadian hams.

Tuna Tin Two Gallery. Ham radio requires big, expensive equipment right? Nope! See ham transceivers built on a tuna can. Also cool cats, neat QRP products and other neat electronic stuff!


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