The following are websites that club members have found useful and wanted to share with everyone.
The ARRL is a useful site for up to date information on happenings regarding rule changes and so forth. Visit the site and judge for yourself. This is a national organization, requiring membership for the magazine. ARRL
If you are a resident of New Mexico, you should check out the website for the New Mexico section of the ARRL. New Mexico Section
QRZ.com is a very informative site that hosts a swap page, and also practice tests for upgrading,. They also have other forums that you may enjoy. This is a free site, and I visit it frequently. QRZ
Eham is another site that I enjoy visiting because of its various forums and articles. They also have a swap page, and various forums that gives a lot of useful information to the beginner as well as the seasoned hams. EHAM
This is one neat site as far as I am concerned. It has on the average over 200 new ads daily, as well as being able to search certain criteria. They also have forums here. You will find a lot of fair sellers here, no ebay stuff. QTH
Here is a site that is of interest to many hams interested in APRS. You may find a station running APRS tracking stations or just their home station. My wife and I use it frequently to track friends or for her to keep track of me in the 18 wheeler. APRS – Roy Craiglow
A site brought to our attention by one of our members is SolarHam.net which provides information on current solar affects that may give our transmissions trouble.
For those of you interested in the Mega-Link, this will give you all the info you need. This is a great system owned and maintained by none other than Mr. Paul Choc of Abq. It is a great tool. Please use it, but DO NOT abuse it. If an emergency is declared, relinquish the use of it IMMEDIATELY!!!