The Ashwaubenon (High School) Tech Club

[147.075 MHz - N9DKH]

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Organization Pages

Ashwaubenon (High School) Tech Club
Green Bay Professional Packet Radio
Packerland Amateur Skywarn Society
The Green Bay Mike & Key Club
Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club
Badger State Smoke Signals
Wisconsin Amateur Packet Radio
Wisconsin ARES / RACES
Brown County ARES/RACES
Wisconsin Association of Repeaters
Amateur Radio Relay League

Members Personal Pages (many extinct, recovered with the wayback machine) 

KB9BNA - Corey's Homepage (The Slanker who started it all)
Corey's Travel Page
N9JPG - Kevin's Homepage - (Another one of the original WAHS crew members)
AB9RN (ex N9JPG)- Ole's Wild World
KB9WWV, ex N9JPG new webpage
N9VOM - Scott Gigot's New, Improved, and Now Less Useless Homepage
N9PAW - Guy's (Chris Lankford's) Poor attempt at a webpage
N9PAY - Chad's homepage

N9SVK - David DeCoster's Homepage
N9UPU - Joe's Homepage (old sparknet page)
KB9ALN- Andy's Homepage
KB9MWR - Steve's Homepage
KB9UAE - Nick's stuff
K9ZZZ - Greg Wolfe's "Wolfe's Den"
KE9LZ / WAPR Webpage
KE9LZ up north
KE9LZ De Pere Weather
Scott and Jill Cole (KB9AMM and KB9PZF of Tower Electronics)
N9ZIA Homepage
KB8ZXE - Bob's homepage
W9BLI - Webpage
Mark Bialik's homepage
K0PBX -  homepage

Chad's Original Link Page

Amateur Radio in the Classroom

Teen Radio Journey - Amateur Radio in the Eyes of a Teenager
The ARRL Amateur Radio Education & Technology Program (ETP)
- Grants and curriculum for schools
School Teacher Support Programs
ARRL Education and Technology Program Kits and Projects
Educational Activities: Recruitment & Education
New Schools Join ARRL Education and Technology Program - Aug 2005
The ARRL Amateur Radio Education & Technology Program a Force for the Future May 2006
Students, Scholarships and School Club Roundup Feb 2007

Other Cool Stuff

OhioAPRS 902Mhz Repeater Directory 
P25 Amateur Repeaters Frappr Map


ARRL Technology Task Force
We Do That With Amateur Radio