Area Amateur Radio Clubs
|Mount Beacon Amateur Radio Club
FM-repeater group specializing in public service communications.
|Overlook Amateur Radio Club
Primarily serves Ulster and Dutchess Counties in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York
|Peekskill /Cortlandt Amateur Radio Association
Serving the Greater Peekskill / Cortlandt Area of Westchester and Putnam Counties in New York State
| TSARA: Tri-States Amateur Radio Association
Serves Amateurs in the NY-NJ-PA region. Club offers an annual Hamfest, monthly VE sessions and other activities.
Amateur Radio and Electronic Parts Dealers
Parts is parts and they have a good supply of them
Parts is parts and they also have a good supply of them.
| Gateway Electronics
Lots of surplus “goodies” for construction and experimentation at attractive prices.
|Ham Radio Outlet
Another reputable, knowledgeable amateur radio dealer
ICOM specialist since 1978. Gene offers a wide selection of new, used and demo gear plus in- and out-of-warranty service. Catch him at the next hamfest, or check out his Website.
|Marlin P. Jones and Associates
Parts including microcontrollers
Anderson Powerpoles, wide variety of DC Power cables and accessories; ladder line, coax cables, antenna wire of many types; high quality antenna rope, pulleys, and insulators, Go-kit pieces.
| CQ Amateur Radio
Contests. Construction. Amateur news. Education & information.
|Ham Radio Online
| Monitoring Times
Premiere magazine for radio hobbyists covers the spectrum from LF beacons through Ku satellites. Essential reading for scanner enthusiasts!
| Nuts & Volts
Once primarily a tabloid ad-circular, this slick, professional monthly promises “Everything For Electronics” – and delivers!
| QST Magazine & QEX/Communications Quarterly
QST: Official Membership journal of the American Radio Relay League.
QEX/Communications Quarterly: Technical “meat” for the serious experimenter.
Community Service Organizations
| The Bannerman Castle Trust, Inc.
Tiny Pollepel Island (aka, “Bannerman’s”) is home to centuries of folklore – and a mysterious, crumbling castle! Take a closer look at this unique historical “icon” and one non-profit group’s efforts to preserve it.
|Yaesu (Vertex Standard)
| MFJ Enterprises, Inc.
Accessories, includes Ameritron amplifiers and Vectronics antenna tuners.
| L.K.G. Industries
Philmore parts, DATAK PCB supplies, Pfanstiehl phono stylii, EDSYN desoldering tools, Loctite products. Experimenters: check out the line of DATAKITS and DEPP educational kits!
Amateur Radio Software
| ARRL Software
ARRL offers a variety of the latest computer software for educational and station development purposes.
| AMSAT FTP Site
America’s premiere source for satellite tracking and telemetry-decoding utilities!
| FUNET: The Finnish University and Research Network Archive
Loads of useful Amateur and SWL programs for free download.
Commercial Amateur database publisher with a variety of useful products offers this free callsign lookup service.
| Rockland Repeater Association
Rockland Repeater Association website, with info about their repeaters and a link to the Crystal Radio Club.
| ARRL Callsign Search
Another of the American Radio Relay League’s free services for new and experienced Hams.
Current Band conditions
|Where are all the Hams? – Hammap
This link will show you where someone is located
Information & General Interest Sites
| ARRL: The American Radio Relay League, Inc.
National association for radio amateurs.
| ARRL Hudson Division
Webpage for the Eastern NY, NY-Long Island and Northern NJ Sections.
| AMSAT: The Amateur Radio Satellite Corporation
Non-profit association for space-communications enthusiasts. Builds, manages and promotes use of Amateur satellites.
| FCC: The Federal Communications Commission
Governmental agency that regulates all means of electronic communications in the U.S.
| NIST: National Institute of Standards & Technology
Governmental agency. Hosts web pages for standard time & frequency stations WWV, WWVH and WWVB.
|TAPR: Tucson Amateur Packet Radio, Inc.
Non-profit association for modern data communications via Amateur Radio. Pioneered the TNC and encourages use of the AX.25 packet-switching protocol.