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Favorite Web Resources

Here are a few of our favorite resources around the web . . .

AC6V's Web Pages

arrl-iconARRL  http://www.arrl.org
The National Association for Amateur Radio.

ARRL Georgia Section

ARRL Southeastern Division  http://www.southeastern.arrl.org

Circuit Simulator (compliments of Hermann AJ4ZS / DL8MCP)
   http://www.falstad.com/circuit/

Coax Cable -- Attenuation & Power Handling Calculator
  http://www.timesmicrowave.com/cgi-bin/calculate.pl

Coax Cable -- Types of Coax Cable and Line Loss Calculator
http://www.arrg.us/pages/Loss-Calc.htm

CW Ring Tones -- how to put them on a cell phone   Click here and follow the steps.

Digital Mode Frequencies  Digitial_Mode_Frequencies.pdf 
List of digital mode frequencies

DXZone.com  http://www.dxzone.com/
Amateur Radio Resource Guide

Electronics + Radio Today  http://www.electronics-radio.com/index.php
Covers topics such as basic electronics and radio concepts, basic components, simple electronics circuits, radio, ham radio, construction techniques and much more.

ElectronicsTeacher.com  http://www.electronicsteacher.com/
A portal dedicated to Students, Amateur and Professionals in the electronics field.  Found by W4QO.

Feed Line Primer  http://www.qsl.net/kk6mc/FeedLinePrimer.txt
Includes a history of coax.   For other articles by Dr. Megacycle, see http://www.qsl.net/kk6mc/

Google Earth  http://earth.google.com
Explore, Search and Discover!

GQRP Club  http://www.gqrp.com/

Gwinnett ARES  http://www.gwinnettares.org/
The Gwinnett County Amateur Radio Emergency Services web site.

Hams Living in a ZIP Code  Hams by Zip 
Click on "N4MC's Ham Locator" in the page's left column.

Ham magazines  Try these:   QST     CQ     World Radio     QRP Quarterly

Ham radio in the 21st century
Ham radio today differs greatly from that of past years, but it still offers a fascinating way to explore electronics. Here’s a look at how it has changed and what it has to offer both old hands and newcomers alike. more ...

Ham Radio News

HF Propagation Information  http://www.ae4rv.com/tn/propflash.htm
AE4RV provides a flash video that introduces HF propagation and describes the SFI, A, and K indices.

Homebrew Parts  A collection by Ted Bruce.  Click here to open the pdf file.

HRO  http://www.hamradio.com
Ham Radio Outlet!

KC4GZX Amateur Radio Homebrew Projects  http://kc4gzx.tripod.com/kc4gzx/index.htm

Long Delayed Echoes, a program for ham radio enthusiasts  http://ke9v.net/
An interesting collection of recordings describing events in amateur radio history.

Mapping Tools

Martin County Amateur Radio Association  http://www.mcaraweb.com/

Martin F Jue Presentation to ARC at GA Tech 2/25/2010:  How to Trim a Dipole ...  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FtvJttfub9w

Mobile Antennas

My Grid Square  http://www.levinecentral.com/ham/grid_square.php

QRZ.com  http://qrz.com
The Ham Radio Super Site.

Radio Equipment    Ham Radio Outlet  (a NFARL supporter)  or  HamCity.com

Roswell Weather Net  http://roswellweather.net/
This is run by ex(past) president of our club Danny WA4BRO.

State of Georgia
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Tonne Software  http://www.tonnesoftware.com/index.html
A technically oriented site for engineers and technicians.  Recommended by Mack W4AX and Chuck AE4CW.

W1WC Amateur Radio Station www.w1wc.com

W2LJ's Blog - QRP, Morse Code & Amateur Radio  http://w2lj.blogspot.com/
Jim's favorite blog.

W4GBU's Atlanta Area Club Sites  http://w4gbu.home.mindspring.com/atlclubs.htm
A comprehensive list of local ham clubs.

Wey Walker K8EAB's YouTube Videos

Why 50 Ohms?
http://www.microwaves101.com/encyclopedia/why50ohms.cfm


 


Executive Team
Last updated January 18, 2016