WB7TJD Superstition Amateur Radio Club
- Superstition Amateur Radio Club: Ham Radio events and activities of the Superstition ARC include promotion of amateur radio amongst the public via licensing classes and radio communication demonstrations, on-air nets and discussion, and the December Hamfest in Mesa, Arizona
W4RSC Silver Comet ARS
- Silvercomet ARS is located in Paulding County Georgia. We are a ARRL Special Service Club. We hold Training Classes, do many Special Events Stations. We are also very involved in Digital Modes.
ARROW - Ann Arbor's Ham Radio Club
- ARROW is Ann Arbor's ham radio club. We operate repeaters on 2m, 220, and 440, as well as conduct ham radio classes, license examinations, and a variety of other activities.
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Michigan Amateur Radio Alliance
- We publish a quarterly newsletter, hold Field Day,Public service events and still provide Morse Code classes on our repeater W8USA 145.230
Nellis Radio Amateur Club
- "Located at Nellis Airforce Base-Las Vegas, Nevada USA. Nellis RAC is a progressive radio club. Providing licensing classes, on-air code study group, vhf/uhf repeaters, emergency and public service communications, ""Aviation Nation"" Airshow Special Event Station N7V"
NTAN Nightly Talk Around Net
- Nightly Talk Around Net sparked many new ideals and has promoted Amateur Radio in our area with things like, ARES, Skywarn Classes, Field Day, VE testing, Internet and other events that bring our Hams together as one big family.
NMSU Instruction Manuals
- Instruction manuals for use with the NMSU training classes. Technician, General and Extra Licence class are availble in PDF Format
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Ham Classes - Study Guide Software
- Two study guides that follow the ARRL manuals. While studying when you finish a section you select it and the program presents you with the correct question pool questions for that section. By Dick W5TA
Base-Station RF Power-Amplifier Biasing
- Power amplifiers used in base stations require biasing for proper RF performance. This article explains the two classes of biasing that are prevalent in the RF industry, analyzes their characteristics, and shows implementations with existing ICs.
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