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VE (Radio License) Testing

VE Testing
Date: Every 3rd Tuesday of the month
Time: 7:00 pm
Community of Christ
6231 Manning Avenue
Raytown, MO 64133-3736

Please contact Robin Cross, W0FEN
at 816-356-0888 or Email to confirm that this schedule
has not changed.


Hams In Space
This is the web site where you can learn all about getting the Hams In Space Sattellite Radio Team to give a presentation on FM Amateur Radio Satellites at your Amateur Radio Club, Hamfest, or Event!

Amateur Radio Satellites
This web site was created by Allen Mattis, N5AFV of Houston, Texas. Not only does this site contain many other links and resources, Allen has also done a lot of study, trial and error, and observations on different antennas and antenna configurations for working amateur radio satellites. I found a lot of useful information here!

AMSAT.ORG is the proverbial “mother-ship” for Amateur Radio Satellite. The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (as AMSAT is officially known) was first formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational organization. Its goal was to foster Amateur Radio's participation in space research and communication. AMSAT was founded to continue the efforts, begun in 1961, by Project Oscar.
Also known as is the location dedicated to the FM Amateur Radio Satellites, maintained by Clint Bradford - K6LCS, the AMSAT Area Coordinator for Southern California. This site contains everything any ham operator needs to know to work the “FM Birds” in no time!

QRP / Low Power

QRP ARCI, also known as QRP Amateur Radio Club International is the worldwide organization dedicated to low power communication. Sharing in the fellowship and fun activities with other QRPers worldwide, and reading and contributing to our journal - QRP QUARTERLY - can be an enjoyable experience.

HF Activity

OMISS, or “Old Man International Sideband Society,” has been operating list-type awards nets on the General Amateur bands since 1981. Want to get your WAS quickly? This is a great place to get it done. Do you like to work lots of stations for unique awards? We have several challenging awards to work for, each with an attractive certificate to hang on your wall. Do you like contesting? We hold an annual QSO Party and invite the whole Amateur community

Ten-Ten International Net, or 10-10 for short, is an organization of amateur radio operators dedicated to maintaining high levels of amateur radio communications on the 10-meter amateur band (28.0-29.7 MHz). Established in 1962, 10-10 has grown continuously since that day, with some ups and downs according to the numbers of sunspots and the openness of the band. As you read this, the number of 10-10 numbers issued to members is over 75,000. 10-10 would welcome your membership in the organization if you have an amateur radio license with 10-meter privileges. 10-10 offers the 10-meter enthusiast the opportunity to share in a wide variety of activities internationally, not the least of which is meeting new and old friends. By keeping the band active through participation in 10-10 nets, QSO parties, and certificate collection, 10-10 offers both satisfaction and challenges, while promoting learning and courteous operating practices. The combination of on-the-air activities, awards, a bi-annual convention, and the 10-10 News creates an unusually strong bond among 10-10 members.

For Mobile Installation

The Service Center, Inc. (email)
This company does a fine job of mobile radio installation. For an example of their work, click here. If you're in the Kansas City Metro Area, I highly recommend them!

For Radio Hardware

Associated Radio
Your friendly neighborhood candy store of Overland Park, Kansas. Sales, Service, Everything...

Arrow Antennas
Home of the famous, Arrow II LEO, Hand-Held, Yagi Antenna used for satellite contact. They make other surpurb antennas as well.

Elk Antennas
Another maker of supurb antennas for hand-held satellite work. Their specialty is a 2m/70cm Log Periodic Antenna.

Myers Engineering dba
Makers of a wide variety of quadra helix antennas for a wide range of commercial and amateur applications.

Smiley Antenna Company
Makers of a wide variety of tuned, specialty antennas.

Stephen Gulyas BNC-to-SMA Adapters
Maker of specialized antenna adaptors for HT Radios.

Alpha Antenna
Maker of a variety of HF Antennas.  Including Base HF, Portable HF, Mobile HF and Magnetic Loop Antennas

For QSL Cards

Detailed, color QSL Cards and Eyeball Cards. Great Personal Service! Great Professional Quality!

Great Ham Radio Resource for New Hams

A resource for newly licensed operators in the Kansas City metro area.

Local Ham Radio News

The Larry’s List Web Site is a compilation or summary of the Larry’s List e-mail broadcast maintained by Larry Staples – W0AIB. Larry has monitored the pulse and moderated the issues for all things in ham radio in the Kansas City Metro Area and beyond! A subscription to Larry’s List is a MUST for all active hams, inactive hams, and ham wannabes! Our hats are off to Larry, when we bestow the title on him as the Ayatollah of the Radiola for the Midwest!