Amateur Radio Relay League (ARRL)

This is the ultimate in ham radio information. From looking up call signs, to finding out what is going on in the world of amateur radio, the ARRL has it going on. If you are a licensed amateur radio operator, you should consider joining the ARRL. This group is the ham’s voice in Washington D.C. and in all matters relating to ham radio.

Ham Radio Links

Here are some links that may be of interest to you. HARC is not responsible for the content of these websites.

FCC CORES website

This site is useful not only for looking up the information of a fellow ham radio operator, but any FCC licensed entity in the country.

Dallas County ARES

DC-ARES is currently in the “ramping up” phase of existence. Check out this site for news on upcoming events and how to become involved in your local Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) group. Contact Dan Case - K0WOI @ [email protected] for DC ARES Registration Form.

Des Moines Radio Amateur Association


Find out what’s going on in the DMRAA. The club holds testing sessions and this site is chocked full of Des Moines area ham related info.

An excellent resource for ham operators which includes a database of ham radio call signs, practice exams for FCC testing and much more.

Web page updated 9/19/2021.

Serving Dallas County, Iowa and the surrounding area.

Hiawatha Amateur  Radio Club