HAM RADIO RESOURCES
I'm not as much of a HAM nut as some folks, but there are some cool things
- Sound Radio Products
- Jay at Sound Radio
Products is a great guy to buy things from. Probably not any cheaper than
the big mail-order places, but he's local.
- Oh is THIS cool or what? Download the
software, register with your callsign, then you're ready to be out on the air
via the Internet. A great demo of voice-over-IP, too, since the audio works
great even at 28.8! There are many HAMs, though, that argue this isn't true ham
radio, and I can see their point...
- CallSign Server
- The folks at someplace have a great database from the FCC.
- Repeater Database
- If you're looking for a repeater, the
database is a good place to start.
- I haven't played much with amateur packet (APRS), but with
findu.com you can see where any
APRS-enabled HAM is.
- WA License Plates
- Vehicle license plates with your callsign are available from the Department
of Licensing via the
Specialized License Plate Application
Where am I? On the corner of 47.20758 & 122.00148