Ham-Radio (Page 2)

QRZ was founded in 1992 by Fred Lloyd, AA7BQ as a spinoff of what was once called the “Callsign Project”, a cooperative effort designed to obtain and distribute FCC database tapes.

QRZ Ham Radio

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Amateur Radio Station – N7JND

“I have been a licensed Ham Radio Operator since 1979. I enjoy chatting on Ham Radio everyday of my life. I have never grown tired of this wonderful hobby. It’s part of my everyday life. Radio in itself has been part of my whole life.

My other passion is playing the drums. I have been playing drums since 1974 and still enjoy gigging in and around the Tucson area. I have developed a drumming style that is solid and acurate.I play both acoustic and electric drums”

ARRLWeb – Amateur Radio Operators

ARRL is the national -USA membership association for Amateur Radio operators.

The seed for Amateur Radio was planted in the 1890s, when Guglielmo Marconi began his experiments in wireless telegraphy. Soon he was joined by dozens, then hundreds, of others who were enthusiastic about sending and receiving messages through the air–some with a commercial interest, but others solely out of a love for this new communications medium. The United States government began licensing Amateur Radio operators in 1912.

K8CU – Bill Jones – Radio Amateur

Bill Jones, K8CU, has been an active Radio Amateur, CW Dxer, and home project builder since first receiving his Amateur Radio license in 1966 at age 17. Bill is an electronics professional with four-decades of experience. HV Regulator PC board

High voltage regulated power supply for RF amplifiers. This is an enhancement of the article by VE6AXW in July/Aug 1999 QEX. I have redrawn the schematic for clarity, added EMI filtering, included a programmable power on timer, and generated a printed circuit board layout. Works for most voltage values.

The American QRP Club

The American QRP Club was formed in June 2003, and later incorporated, as a organization of ham radio operating enthusiasts interested in low power operation – these types of hams are called QRPers. The AmQRP Club is not affiliated with any geographic area and its membership does not meet monthly as do many regional radio clubs. Instead, the AmQRP provides online information, instruction, goods and services to the general QRP population for educational and enjoyment purposes.

AmQRP QRP Club Kits