BITX 20 on Groups.io
BITX 20 is a home built and kit QRP radio. This radio started out as a build from spare parts, but has developed into a full features circuit board and design. I have build a couple of these and just love them.
eHam.net discussion group – Youth.
Ham Radio for Kids?
HF Projects on Groups.io
The name of this group is a bit misleading. It's mostly focused on building or buying the Super Packer Pro amplifier. It's sometimes an interesting read, though.
Proposing a school ham radio club?
on eHam.net. This is a fairly lively discussion on eHam on the topic started by a student who is genuinely interested.
Radio Artisan on Groups.io
This is a fairly lively discussion group of hams using open source software with ham radio.
Raspberry Pi 4 Ham Radio on Groups.io
This is a place for Amateur Radio Ops to discuss the Raspberry Pi and how it can be applied to Ham Radio. I love my Raspberry Pi computers. They are a really cheap way to automate things.
Softrock 40 on Groups.io
The softrock 40 is probably the smallest SDR QRP radio around. For those who may not know SDR stands for Software Defines Radio, and QRP means the radio is low-power, usually less than 5 watts. QRP radios are generally the easiest and cheapest to build.
Ham Radio School
We are an amateur radio (ham radio) license preparation and education service dedicated to helping you develop the knowledge and skills you need to get on the air quickly, with competence and confidence. With our integrated learning system you will ace your ham radio license exam, and you will Really Get It! You will really understand ham radio!
National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators (NCVEC)
WIWC Dave Bauchiero
From Dave’s Site: “Welcome to my web site of Amateur Radio links and amateur radio web sites. For the newcomers to amateur radio there are some excellent sites on the net for information. This site holds web pages related to almost entirely to Amateur Radio, Ham Radio which I have created to complement existing related web sites on the internet.“
5 Ham Radio Projects with Diana Eng
From 2009-2010, Make: had the pleasure of hosting a series of ham radio articles by fashion designer, hardware hacker, and ham radio enthusiast, Diana Eng. You may also remember Diana from season 2 of Project Runway. Here are five of Diana’s best radio project posts.
Amateur Radio: The Ultimate STEM Activity
How time does fly. It seems like just last week I made a post about my Field Day adventures in and around the Atlanta area. I explored the concept of Field Day as Amateur Radio’s open house and spending time with several different groups to learn what makes Field Day special for them. In truth, of course, it’s been a full 12 months and yet another Field Day is in the log. This year, I took Field Day on the road and spent the weekend with a marvelous group of young men and women up in the Boston, Massachusetts area.