This page provides links to other APRS sites as well as APRS compatible hardware.
http://www.c2i2.com/~dstanic/aprs.htmlThis site, based in Yuma AZ, has many links and is updated often. There is a chat room that is open Sunday's at 19:00 UTC. That's noon in Yuma... They occasionally get users voice chatting from the UK and other parts of the world. When you get to the chat room the first time.... wait until it checks your system. There is nothing to download. All you need is a sound card and a computer mic. Whenever you want to chat, press your F9 key. The entire site is dedicated to all aspects of amateur radio.
http://ve2.ele.etsmtl.ca Club Radio Amateur VE2ETS in Montreal. This site includes software development et web site covering APRS. It is going throught a traduction so that the site is bilingual. But the APRS section is all bilingual.
www.tapr.org/~wa1louStan Horzepa's web page(s). author of APRS Tracks, Maps and Mobiles. The only person I know that admits to driving an Opel and having a Connecticut Driver's License. He is also moderator or the TAPR APRSSIG.
http://www.kc5goi.net/aprs/dcaraaprs.htmDenton County ARA, Denton, Texas site. Several things happening here and worth exploring.
http://www.kc5goi.net This site contains links to additional APRS related sites.
http://mulvey.dyndns.com/aprshas a javAPRS page + Igate ( running under Linux) for Western NY. No other APRS info, though.
http://dayton.aprs.nethas a javAPRS applet showing Dayton, Ohio area activity, as well as some other APRS stuff.
http://www.projectx.com/This site is very interesting and has an APRS page.
http://www.n3hcp.com/links.htmlThis page contains many links to additional APRS web sites.
http://www.sunflower.com/~foxes/gpspage/gpspage.htm This site is about trackers and GPS reciever boards.
http://www.cyberhighway.net/~tatebAmateur Radio in the Laramie Area" AKA 'The Dungeon' is a web page for amateur operators in Laramie, Wyoming. It includes a lot more than just APRS, but local APRS info, getting started in APRS and APRS resources (usual list) are all covered there. It is mostly aimed at the local operator and not at the APRS community at large,except for a few extras...I 'mirror' the AGWPE 'getting it to run' checklist and Bill Diaz's 'AFilter' software. There are also schematics for the Kantronics HSP cable and a 'work alike' for the Kenwood PG-4S data cable for the TM-V7 radios.
http://www.qsl.net/kd4tqz This is Lee Dahlen's personal site. It is fun, friendly and informative.