Ham Radio Web Page
This page contains links to almost every
aspect of Ham Radio. Please explore. I hope you find
something you like. I check the web for interesting sites constantly. As I find 'em, I add 'em. If there is something that you would like to see here, please let me know.
Visit From Les SP3DOI and Krystyna SP3HDB on February 3, 2010:
Morse Code is No Longer Required!
The FCC's New Rules on Amateur Radio Licensing:
Morse Code Requirement Ends Friday, February 23, 2007
NEW FCC SAFETY STANDARDS INCLUDE AMATEUR
ARRLWeb: RF Exposure Regulations News
Read about how all US amateurs running more than 50 watts
pep have to conduct routine RF radiation evaluations to determine if RF fields
are sufficient to cause human exposure to RF radiation levels in excess of
Vanity Call Signs are being issued
Find out the details:
Vanity Callsign Info
Available Vanity Calls
- My name is Ron Luttringer and I have been a ham (amateur
radio operator) since 1959. My call is K6XC. I live in Concord, California
which is about 35 miles east of San Francisco. Ham Radio is a great hobby.
There is an abundance of HAM RADIO information on the Internet. Here are
some Great Ham Radio sites followed by some other sites of general interest.
Please browse around and enjoy. Before you leave, please leave me an
e-mail message. All comments are appreciated. If you have a web page please consider
adding my page as a link to yours and leave me your address so I can link
to your page . TNX!
Interested in Ham Radio? These are some great places to get info and get started:
ARRLWeb: How to Get Started in Amateur Radio
Amateur Radio Examination Question Pools
Amateur Radio Exam Practice Page
ARRLWeb: Exam Session Search
W5YI Test Locations
Practice: W1AW Schedule
Morse Academy and Ham Academy Programs on AH0A Web Page
ARRLWeb: US Amateur Radio Frequency Allocations
USA Amateurs can now
easily operate overeseas
Some San Francisco Bay Area Test Locations:
VEC Amateur Radio Club Test Information
W5YI Test Locations
Click Here to see
a copy of the RAREST QSL Card
These are some of my favorite Ham Radio
Dx and Contesting Links:
Radio Callsign Lookup Page
Callsign Database Lookup Form
(Lots of good qsl and e-mail addresses
QSL Manager Lookup by Paulo
K4UTE Type in a DX station and get the QSL Manager
QSL Bureaus from IARU Addresses of all QSL Bureaus
Announced DX Operations Find out when
Ohio/Penn Dx PacketCluster DX Bulletins (OPDX)
425 DX News Bulletin
from Italy !
Contest Club's WWW Home Page
Northern California DX
ARRLWeb: ARRLWeb: DXCC Rules
ARRLWeb: The ARRL DXCC Countries List
IOTA - Islands on the Air-List
on licensing abroad
MOUNT ATHOS Have you worked it? This
page is all about this interesting community.
Ham Radio Organizations:
Amateur Television and Slow Scan T.V.:
Hidden Transmitter/Foxhunt Links:
Weak Signal Links:
Packet, RTTY and other Digital Links:
Ham Radio Software :
QRP (Low Power) Links:
Ham Radio Chat Links:
Ham Radio Home Page Links:
Other Ham Radio Links:
- Amateur Radio Links Top Page
- Federal Communications
Commission (FCC) Home Page
- Mailing Lists and Newsgroups All theHam
Radio Related Locations
- Bob Colyard's Shortwave & DXing Home page Short Wave listening page.
A large resource of information about radio
and electronics related topics
Ham Radio Hardware Links:
W6EEN Memorial Contest Radio Station
- K6XC was a member of the W6EEN Contest Radio station. Don Doughty, W6EEN became a Silent Key
- in January, 2009.
- Don, W6EEN had a WORLD CLASS CONTEST STATION
located in Bermuda Dunes, CA (Near Palm Springs).
- W6EEN was a basically a two radio contest
station However, we have run 3 & 4 station multi-multis on occasion.
- Operators were Don: W6EEN, Ron: K6XC, Doug:
N6RT, Norm: W6ORD, Mark: KI7WX, Dave: W6AQ, plus other guest operators.
- Doug, N6RT has been also operating W6EEN as a single
operator contest station and has been getting world wide attention with his
- W6EEN operated in most major contests.
- We operated in the WPX contest at the end
of March. We had fun running multi-multi with 3 transmitters.
- We used our NE6N call and operators were:
W6EEN, K6XC, W6ORD, KI7WX, N6RT. W6AQ,
- We operated in the ARRL SWEEPSTAKES (SSB),in
- W6EEN operated in the CQ WW SSB Contest
- We operated in the
California QSO Party on the first weekend ofOctober. This is a World-Wide contest with
stations outside California working California stations. The object is to
work as many California stations as possible as well as all of the California
Counties. Did you work us?
- California QSO Party Home Page Includes
rules for CQP.
- WA7BNM Contest Calendar
- W6EEN Contest Radio Web Page
Check out !!!!! Scott Luttringer's
Scott is one of my sons. Scott's call
is K6SRL. He is a graduate of the University of California, Davis and
works in the Sacramento area with developmentally disabled people.
My wife and I have 3 other children, Dennis, Heidi
and Michael (Scott's twin brother). While they don't have web pages,
We are equally proud of them!
Dennis and Michael both work in environmental cleanup.
Our Daughter, Heidi is married to Chuck, whom we consider our 4th son.
They have blessed us with our three grandsons, William, James and Jonathan.
- Comments or suggestions? email me at:
- 73 and see you in the contest.
This page was last updated February 4, 2010
Be Sure to check out the new W6EEN Contest
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