My Ham Radio Station

My Station Radios ETC.

FT-991A Upgraded
FT23R (UK)
Isotronant Antenna
VC2000 Frequency Counter
PVC 145Mhz Quad
WS2813 Weather Station
Grid Dip Meter GD1A
Oprk HVT-600
GQ-5200 SMD Rework Solder Station


DX200 Radio reciver
Gap Titan DX
Swiss Dipole

Mode Frequencys
USA Band Plan Amature Radio
UK Band Plan Amature Radio
USA Radio Spectrum
Scanner Frequency
LogBooks I use
Log Book of the World
Log Book QRZ
Log Book EQSL
Links to Radio info (News)
Amateur Radio NewsLine
Amateur Radio Addio NewsLine ARRL
Ham Nation
Amateur Radio Socal Networking CQ CQ CQ
Ham radio Deluxe

This is a Good Ham Radio Tool Bar to install
"This tool bar will help you get the latest up to date DX news, articles, cluster spots, propagation predictions, as well as quick access to ITU, Zone and several other maps … I now use it daily!" - Paul K4UJ founder of
"It is EXCELLENT and I sure glad I found it." - Floyd N5FG Manager of CQ WAZ Awards Program

News from: American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources

Amateur Radio Featured at 2023 National Hurricane Conference

  • Posted March 31st 2023, 12:40 PM

Amateur radio and the work of ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) will again be represented at the 2023 National Hurricane Conference, which will be held this year in New Orleans, Louisiana ( ARRL Director of Emergency Management Josh Johnston, KE5MHV, will be one of the presenters.

This year, the workshop will be held in-person and over Zoom. The conf...

ARRL Welcomes Sierra Harrop, W5DX, as Public Relations and Outreach…

  • Posted March 31st 2023, 8:38 AM

ARRL The National Association for Amateur Radio is pleased to welcome Sierra Harrop, W5DX, to its headquarters staff as Public Relations and Outreach Manager. Harrop brings 20 years of experience as a multi-award-winning television storyteller, producer, and host to the role. She leads ARRL?s outreach and communications strategy to promote the awareness and value of the Amateur Radio Service ...

Amateur Radio Activity Honors African American Heritage

  • Posted March 31st 2023, 8:31 AM

Parks on the Air (POTA) sites that honor African American heritage are the focus of a casual operating event organized by the OMIK Amateur Radio Association, Inc (OMIK). The OMIK POTA Challenge 2023 will run from April 1 to December 31.

OMIK was founded in 1952 by black amateur radio operators. While it is still a predominately African-American organization, today it represents a multi-racial, ...

World Amateur Radio Day is April 18

  • Posted March 31st 2023, 8:24 AM

In less than a month, 2023 World Amateur Radio Day (WARD) will be celebrated, literally, around the world!

WARD is held on April 18 every year and is celebrated by radio amateurs and their national associations which are organized as member-societies of the International Amateur Radio Union (IARU). It was on this day in 1925 that the IARU was formed in Paris. American Radio Relay League (ARRL) C...

The K7RA Solar Update

  • Posted March 31st 2023, 6:18 AM

Solar activity increased this week. Average daily sunspot number
rose from 68 to 112.6, and average daily solar flux changed from
145.6 to 156.1.

A new sunspot group emerged on March 24, two more on March 26 and
27, and three on March 29.

Due to solar wind and a geomagnetic disturbance at the beginning of
the reporting week, average daily planetary A index increased from
10.6 to 23.3, while average mi...

ARRL Announces Leadership Changes in the Hudson Division

  • Posted March 28th 2023, 12:47 PM

ARRL Director Ria Jairam, N2RJ, who has represented the Hudson Division since 2019, has stepped down, effective March 31, 2023, at 5 PM Eastern.

Vice Director Nomar Vizcarrondo, NP4H, of Englewood, New Jersey, will accede to the Director?s chair. Vizcarrondo, who earned his amateur radio license in 1978 at the age of 11, will serve as Director for the remainder of a 3-year term ending December 3...

The K7RA Solar Update

  • Posted March 24th 2023, 9:05 AM

Sunspot numbers were lower again this week, with the average
declining from 143.6 two weeks ago to 118.7 last week and now 68
this week. Average daily solar flux sank 8 points from 153.6 last
week to 145.6.

Six new sunspot groups emerged over the week, one on March 17,
another March 18, three more on March 19, one more on March 21 and
another on March 22.

Predicted solar flux is 150, 145 and 145 on Ma...

Amateur Radio Included in FEMA Guide for National Emergency Prepare…

  • Posted March 22nd 2023, 2:33 PM

The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has released a final version (March 2023) of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Functional Guidance. The guidance, which provides a framework for communications resources within incident management, officially includes support from amateur radio operators. The expanded Communications Unit ...

Tornado Season and Amateur Radio

  • Posted March 17th 2023, 8:56 AM

Tornado season is fast approaching, and amateur radio operators will again play a key role in helping the National Weather Service (NWS) issue accurate and timely warnings. In fact, March through May is considered the most active period for tornadoes to develop.

The NWS reports there have already been 255 preliminary filtered reported tornadoes and 213 confirmed tornadoes in the United States in...

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