These are some links to amateur radio and technology related websites. Check back often! Links are updated regularly.
7.272 Rag Chew, “The Chew” – Home of the world-famous 7272 rag chew net. If you have a General Class license, you can check in!
Amateur Radio Repeater Database – Look up repeaters across the US, Canada and Mexico
APRS Symbols & SSIDs – Find out what symbols and SSIDs you should use and when you should use them
APRS Wiki – Get general information on APRS
ARRL – American Radio Relay League
ARRL Net Directory Search – Look for local, regional, and national nets including those that pass traffic through the National Traffic System (NTS)
Become a VE – Find out how you can become a volunteer examiner (VE)
Callsign Database – Look up/validate callsigns worldwide
cocoaNEC – Antenna design and modeling program for the Mac
Coordinates Converter – Convert coordinates from degrees, minutes, seconds to decimal and vice versa
East Cost Amateur Radio Service (ECARS) – A fun and very useful net to listen to and participate in
EchoLink – Talk to hams around the world with EchoLink for Windows
EchoMac – Same as EchoLink, but designed for Mac OS X
eHam.net – Articles, forums, reviews, etc.
Exam/VE Test Session Lookup – Find out when and where you can take the test to get, or upgrade, your license
FLDigi – Operate various digital modes such as PSK, MFSK, RTTY and others
FLDigi Beginners Guide – Learn how to configure and use FLDigi to operate your favorite digital mode
Grid Square (Maidenhead) Locator Map – Look up your — or someone else’s — grid square
Hams for Christ Fellowship Net – A nondenominational net for those who proclaim Jesus Christ as their Lord and Savior
Hello Radio – Want to become a ham? Need more info about ham radio? Check this site out!
HF Nets by DX Zone – Looking for a HF Net? This is a great place to start!
iTerm – A terminal application with “tabbed terminals,” full-screen mode, Growl notifications and more
License change/renewal – Official FCC site to change or update your address, renew or replace your license, and get info on obtaining a vanity call sign
Mac Ham Radio – A site featuring ham radio programs designed for Mac OS X
MacUpdate – Programs and updates for your Mac. Some are free, some are not
Morse Code Ringtones – Customize a Morse code ringtone for your cellphone
MultiScan – SSTV software for Mac OS X (Requires OS X 10.5+. Will run on PPC/Intel machines)
NightWatch Net – The same hams who bring you “the chew” bring you NightWatch! If you have a general class license, you can check in!
Old Time Radio – Download your favorite old time radio programs for free from archive.org
Packet Introduction – This website, albeit dated, is a great read for those new to packet.
Q Signals, prosigns and abbreviations – Find out what QRM, QSY, 73, 88, and a whole lot more mean!
QuickTerm – A bare-bones terminal program to control TNCs via Mac OS X
RAC – Radio Amateurs of Canada
RF Safety Calculator -Calculate the RF power density for controlled and uncontrolled environments
Rick Tech – Find info on Macs and the Mac OS from a tech’s point of view
RigBlaster – Connect your radio(s) to your computer with the RigBlaster that suits your needs
RUMLog – A free logging program that you can use on your Mac. Yes, it does have rig control.
Satellite Operational Status Page – Find the operational status and schedule for some of the more popular birds
Satellite Status Page – Get a nearly real-time view of the status for some of the more popular birds
SatScape – Cross-platform satellite tracking program for Mac, Linux, Windows and BSD
This Week in Amateur Radio – Get the latest amateur radio news
Tropospheric Ducting Forcast – Select the desired region from the drop-down box and get the 6-day tropospheric ducting forecast
Warren County Radio Club – A new and growing radio group in Upstate New York
WeatherDock – A free weather app that’s displayed on the dock
WinPack – A Powerful program for Windows to control your TNC (Latest version is 6.80)
Zoomer Radio – Music from the 40′s, 50′s and 60′s, old time radio programs, and classic radio comedies
ZTerm – A somewhat customizable terminal program to control TNCs via Mac OS X