The KM6NHH
Ham Radio
Resource Page

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News & Blogs

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Quick Ham Listener Guide: Phone frequencies

For quick SSB receiver use (County Comm GP-5 SSB, PL-600, etc.)

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Time and Date

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Discussion Groups and Communities

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Marc's Local Resources

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Directories and Listening

Updates / News

2019-09-12

Greetings everyone—a quick update: I replaced the previous set of defunct podcasts with links to amateur radio podcasts which are still publishing content. I also scanned for broken links using linkchecker and found none. Thanks for stopping by.

2018-12-27

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! I have added some Time and Date resources and a Quick Ham Listener guide, for those who are, like me, often wandering around listening to things in the out of doors, and forgetting key frequency ranges.

2018-09-12

Thanks to LCARS and other sites for bookmarking this page. I will continue to update it as I come across new and helpful resources.

2017-11-30

I finally passed the Extra exam. It was a lot of work but I'm glad to have that behind me so that I can dive deep into the hobby when I have the time. I have been reading about Tropospheric Ducting and Hepburn maps lately and find it fascinating.

2017-11-02

I passed the exams, except Amateur Extra. I'll be back to take it this month. :) I'm glad to be an official ham operator now, and had my first successful transmission yesterday. I tried to check into the local net but no one was hearing me. I had programmed in the repeater via Chirp, and noticed that the settings were all off--the wrong CTCSS tone, the wrong offset, etc. Even worse, I couldn't modify the settings in memory; they wouldn't stick. After the net I switched into manual frequency entry mode, dialed everything in, and was talking to local hams immediately. I never anticipated how exciting it would feel. That was really cool.

I also just heard about SARA via the Ham Radio 360 Podcast and am interested in learning more.