Links

Link to amateur radio resources in the Greater San Antonio Metropolitan area.

Link to amateur radio resources in the Greater San Antonio Metropolitan area.

SKYWARN® is a National Weather Service (NWS) program

SKYWARN® is a National Weather Service (NWS) program

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For projects are centered around Arduino, Raspberry Pi, Intel Edison, home automation and more./

Texas Lightning Strike Map Apple Lightning App
MCRP 3-40.3C ANTENNA HANDBOOK (MCRP) 6-22D, Antenna Handbook
(Ham) Rig “Cheat Sheets” Band-Plan
Q-Codes FT8 Operating Guide
Battery University Antenna Length Calculator

A full line of “off grid” solar & battery products Use code AMBAJM at checkout for an additional 15% discount. Jillian Moyes, KI5REY
The link can be used to create a certificate for your license. The certificate created can be printed and framed and then hung on your wall or you can use it simply to see what your new vanity call might look like as compared to other calls that you might be considering.

11342 IH-35 N
San Antonio, TX 78233
(210) 637-3200
Good source for components, computer parts, tools.


Baofeng -> The Official Baofeng Store
Baofeng official website provides you with the most cost-effective long-range Baofeng two-way radios and meets all your amateur and commercial need. With OEM, ODM ability, quotation for bulk order is available. Contact us directly for a best price!
www.baofengradio.com

Chrip programing

CHRIP frequencies files

CHIRP is a free, open-source tool for programming your radio. It supports a large number of manufacturers and models, as well as provides a way to interface with multiple data sources and formats.
Easy to build YAGI antenna A three element Yagi using PVC and a tape measure to use with Baofeng for FOX hunt.
Programing cable-Amazon BTECH PC03 FTDI Genuine USB Programming Cable, BaoFeng UV-5R BF-F8HP UV-82HP BF-888S, and Kenwood Radios
HOA & Hidden Antennas TNØ7 Engineering is a small business located in rural Tennessee. We have the privilege of having plenty of room to experiment with antennas. They have been building and experimenting with amateur radio antennas and equipment since the mid ’50’s. Some of their more successful creations are available on this website. We believe you will find these systems to be compact, efficient, and will provide you with years of enjoyable communication.