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They are provided as a public service. Users should follow at their own risk.
TrainingHam Test Online
Just Learn Morse Code
Become A Storm Spotter From Home
Information LookupFCC Callsign Look-Up
N0NBH's HF Propagation and Solar-Terrestrial Data
VOACAP (Voice of America Coverage Analysis Program) HF Propogation Prediction
ARRL's Color Frequency Band Chart
Maidenhead Grid Square Locator
Amateur Radio OrganizationsAmerican Radio Relay League (ARRL)
Supports the awareness and growth of Amateur Radio worldwide
Arizona ARRL Section
Amateur Radio Council of Arizona (ARCA)
ARCA is a statewide organization that is comprised of amateur radio clubs from all parts of Arizona. ARCA coordinates amateur radio activities within, and at, the State level.
Military Auxiliary Radio System (MARS)
MARS is a Department of Defense sponsored program, established as a separately managed and operated program by the Army, and Air Force. The program organizes and trains licensed amateur radio operators to support military communications activities.
Other Emergency Comms OrganizationsPima County Office of Emergency Management Communications (OEMComm)
OEM Comm provides emergency communications to Pima County.
Arizona Traffic and Emergency Net (ATEN)
The net meets each day practicing the passing of formal written NTS Radiogram Traffic messages into and out of our coverage area.
PreparednessCDC Guide to Extreme Heat
Disaster Preparedness at Home: Filter Out the Damage
Disaster Prep & Self Storage - What You Need to Know
PA DMV Emergency Driving Tips
Emergency Preparedness for Seniors & the Disabled
Humane Society - Protect Your Pets
What You Need to Know to Keep Your Family
____and Your Belongings Safe
Ready for Anything: First Aid for Pets
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