Amateur Radio Personal Pages in the United States in the Best of the Web Directory

Amateur Radio Personal Pages in the United States

  • AA6J

    Home of the Radio Merit Badge Notes and the Pacific Crest Trail Repeater Guide. Includes information on scouting and radio, Ham licensing, and club membership.

  • K0KP

    Provides an online log search for QSQs and statistics, including radio links for the amateur radio enthusiasts.

  • K2PG

    Amateur radio, with an accent on vintage radio, full fidelity, AM. Based in Ocean County, New Jersey.

  • K2PJWs Home

    Provides information on the 3.853 Group and projects.

  • K5MBX

    Features Hallicrafters museum, including Drake and Collins radio equipment by amateur Charlie Hug.

  • K8CX

    Features the Ham gallery containing rare Dx sound clips, Dayton photo collections, and QSL card museum.

  • KB0H

    General information about amateur radio, Morse code, and St. Louis area organizations. Includes links to amateur radio sites and mailing list.

  • KL7J

    Online resources for the amateur radio DX and SSTV graphics, plus personal shack information.

  • NW7US

    Amateur radio operator in Stevensville, Montana. Offers information and resources on shortwave listening and amateur radio propagation.

  • W2BLC

    Showcases collection of amateur Ham radio information and reference links.

  • W4RNL

    Page contains complete set of selected notes on Tales and Technicals, antenna modeling aids, and written books for the radio amateurs.

  • W5WWW

    Home site dedicated to law enforcement andHam radio information. Includes personal biography, awards, and Texas related facts.

  • W8DRO

    Information on satellites, ISS, space shuttles, and digital modes of communication by John Harmon.

  • WA8PHD

    Presents photos of antenna, radio service equipments, with information on frequencies and transceiver rigs.

  • WB8ERJ

    Ham radio page contains MIR SSTV pictures on 145.985 Mhz frequency, portable satellite station photo, index information, and links.

  • WE6R

    Features list of sorted six-meter repeaters in California and other Ham radio links.

  • WM8C

    Covers hobbies and interests of the radio amateur including Ham tubes, amateur exams, ARRL classes, and related links.

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