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TWIT- Netcasts you love from people you trust. HAM NATION (http://twit.tv/hn) with Bob Heil
Ham Nation airs live each Tuesday at 6:00PT/9:00ET. For more information go to http://live.twit.tv
How To Get Your Club News In Front Of ARRL
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The ARRL LAX Section Management team is preparing for the November issue of the ARRL LAX Newsletter. The newsletter will be distributed to all ARRL members in the Los Angeles area. FULL STORY.
The K5RC Web Portal - Devoted to Ham Radio
Tom Taormina has been an active Amateur Radio Operator since 1959. His life-long avocation has taken him half-way around the world and has been a major influence in the course of his life. This web site is devoted to sharing Tom's rich experiences and triumphs with others who share his passion for personal excellence and international goodwill.
Ham Radio Resource Guide
Ham Radio in the 21st Century
By Doug Grant, K1DG - November 4, 2011. For more information go to: http://www.edn.com/design/communications-networking/4368553/Ham-radio-in-the-21st-century-4368553
ARRL Rocky Mountain Division:
New to HF Bands? Welcome! (Contributed by Brian Mileshosky, N5ZGT)
K0NR: Radio Enthusiast
Everyone is welcome, no registration is required. Just show up with your bright smiley face, ready to learn something and have fun.
Licensing, Education and Training by the ARRL
A Mentor Program, Hams helping Hams. For more information go to:
Ham Speak using the BLOG
This is a forum to benefit the Amateur Radio community. Licensed amateurs are encouraged to share constructively their knowledge, techniques and experience openly. Test your knowledge and expertise athttp://www.hamspeak.blogspot.com/
KB6NU's Ham Radio BLOG
KB6NUís Ham RadioBlog is used for share opinions, ideas, which in turn is a great learning tool for the Amateur Radio (Ham) community. Including his written articles he delivers to his subscriber each Month. For more information go to http://kb6nu.com
This practical Amateur Radio Podcast, creating Elmer's one podcast at a time.
Itís really easy to get involved. Either visit the ICQ Podcast website at http://www.icqpodcast.com and download an episode or two, or subscribe using iTunes or any other MP3 client. For more information of supported services, visit http://www.icqpodcast.com/podcast
I Hope you enjoy listening to the podcast.
Martin Butler, M1MRB
MT. Baker Amateur Radio Club K7SKW and K7ZC
Presents a Guide for new Amateurs. For more information, visit: http://www.qsl.net/laacarc/pdf_guide4new_amateurs/MBARC-Info-Pack.pdf
Ten personal suggestions for Amateur Radio operators, written by Riley Hollingsworth. For more information, visit http://www.arrl.org/arrlletter?issue=2000-09-01#hollingsworth
Radio Jove - Solar & Planetary Radio Astronomy for Schools
For more information, visit http://radiojove.gsfc.nasa.gov/
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