KC1YR's List of Ham Links of Interest

DX and Contesting

DX Summit. See packet spots on the Web from clusters around the world.

DX Central includes links to several useful DX bulletins, if you're looking for general DX news, as well as info on managers among other things.

Contest Calendar. SM3CER has done a great job of compiling contest info, including links to each contest's rules and home pages.

AC6V's Ham Prefix list, including links to info about DXCC, zones, grid squares and more

For general contesting info, you can also try Contesting.com

Want to find out competitors' results after a contest? Check out the 3830 reflector.

If you don't want to wait for the QSL card to see if you're in some DXpedition's log, N6ED has links to a lot of DX logs online

For a packet directory specifically geared towards DX clusters, check out the DX Cluster node site. If you're hoping to get into a DX node through the Internet, they've also got a DX Cluster Telnet directory.

Traveling and want to find out how to get operating permission? You can either go to the ARRL's info page or OH2MCN's listing.

Boris T93Y has a really nice home page, featuring photos from Dayton '00 and WRTC 2000 as well as some searchable DXpedition logs, and even the T9 callbook online. He's also got a separate page with DX info at t93y.com.

Danny T93M has a site at t93m.com.

Callsign Lookups

U.S. callsigns, taken from the FCC database

Local interest

Framingham Amateur Radio Association

New England flea market list

Yankee Clipper Contest Club

American Radio Relay League


For general news from the amateur radio world, there's eHAM.net

If you'd like a Web page of your own, qsl.net offers free Web space to any licensed amateur.

Traveling? Check out the Amateur Radio Repeater Database.

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