LARC Links

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Last Updated August 1, 2014

 

ARRL ARES VIRGINIA WEB PAGE

 

VIRGINIA ARRL ARES WEBPAGE

Danville Amateur Radio Society

W4FCR Franklin County Amateur Radio Club

Charlotte County Amateur Radio Club and ARES

KG4QVP BEN’S SHACK

WB4JBJ Larry Lewis

N4KSS Mark Myers

W6SFG Home Page Bruce Braun

KD4OOM Jeff Demers

WB4QXE Woody White

Southwest Virginia Scanner Club

World War 2 D-Day Memorial Museum

Here are some links of interest that should spark your interest and lead you to other sites of interest.

ANGEL SEARCH AND RESCUE, DRY FORK, VIRGINIA
WWW.ANGELSAR.ORG ANGEL SEARCH AND RESCUE, DRY FORK, VIRGINIA

QCWA Quarter Century Wireless Association Old Dominion Chapter 202

The International Morse Preservation Society

http://www.hurricaneFrequencies.com Hurricane Frequencies

New England Repeater Directory

The Emergency Email Network — This is great, I have it going to my text messaging on my cellphone. I knew about the WTC center via this email and other happenings. WSET Weather Warn via e-mail Weatherbug This software runs in the toolbar with the local temperature and lets you know when there is an alert. My favorite Weather links AlertMe and WarnMe Weather by e-mail

Space Weather great for watching the sunspot cycle.
Curry Communications The Longwave Club of America Advanced VLF Signals Welcome to the VLF Page! HAARP Home Page HIGH FREQUENCY ACTIVE AURORAL RESEARCH PROGRAM LOCAL VE TESTING SESSIONS
Amateur Vanity Call Sign Application

The new FCC ULS Universal Licensing System

Local Weather maps and links

My Radio web page with lots of other links.

Here are the available Ham related email lists I have on my domain. To join any of these lists email me at webmaster@k4cq.net  SOUTHEASTERN EMERGENCY DIGITAL ASSOCIATION NETWORKS nusedan5.gif - 24975 Bytes

IOTA Home Page

HamFest On-Line

QRZ Call Sign Look-up

Down East Microwave

Amateur Radio Email lists

Virginia State Police

VIRGINIA’S GOOD SAMARITAN LAW This is in .pdf format. You must have acrobat reader installed to read this.

Buck Rogers’ PSK31 Site

Interested in transmitter hunting? Check this out.

GBPPR Green Bay Professional Packet Radio or WOW, check out all the cool links on this page and I’ll see you in a month or two. WHERE DID 50 OHMS COME FROM ?

SOME LOCAL AREA LINKS

OSD-Header.gif - 7949 Bytes City of Lynchburg’s Operation Smoke Detector LynLinks Lynchburg’s Premier Web Directory Extreme Ultrarunning