LINKS

Links to some interesting places

 

Learning CW

Even though the code is no longer required for testing, it is a good idea to still try and learn it, if anything so that you can still go on the CW portions of the bands with minimum equipment.

 

Homebrew-The true spirit of Ham Radio

www.qrpme.com/       Save your tuna cans and Altoids tins.

aa1tj.com/radio.html   Everything from a voice operated CW transmitter to                                                making a transmitter or receiver from a derelict CFL.

sparkbangbuzz.com/    Real evil genius stuff here.

 

Forums and Blogs

soldersmoke.blogspot.com/    Blog and podcast home of SolderSmoke.

eham.net/

arrl.org/

orums.qrz.com/

 

General information about radio and related topics

alcatel-lucent.com/bstj/#1922   This is the Bell Systems archive (1922-1983).                                                       There is more information about radio than                                                            you can shake a stick at. Worth the look.

tapr.org/    Lots of Digital Communications info here.