Amateur Radio: Elmers List Info and Administrivia

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Amateur Radio: Elmers List Info and Administrivia
_________________________________________________________________

This administrivia file and the companion Amateur Radio Elmers
Resource Directory are intended for non-commercial distribution via
the Internet. Any other uses, please E-mail for permission.
_________________________________________________________________

Table of Contents

* A Brief Historical Overview
* What is an Elmer?
* What is an Elmer Today?
* How do I become an Internet Elmer?
* How may I obtain the latest copy of the Elmers List?
* Acknowledgements
_________________________________________________________________

A Brief Historical Overview

If there is any one constant in the changing state of the
communications art, it is that "Hams" (Amateur Radio Operators) have
always been on the forefront of it. Rumors abound where the term "Ham"
came from. Some of the more amusing are described in the list of
Frequently Asked Questions for this newsgroup.

Regardless of origin of the name, a "Ham" is universally recognizable
as one who experiments in radio and communications.

Whether it be constructing a low-power CW radio with vacuum tubes, or
designing TCP/IP packet networks, such experimentation has
historically spilled over into the mainstream such as was the case
with Howard Armstrong, who developed the regenerative oscillator and
FM radio, or General Curtis E. LeMay (K0GRL, W6EZV) who was
instrumental in making Single-Sideband the communications standard for
the Strategic Air Command (1946-1992, now reorganized into a joint
command called USSTRATCOM) and eventually the U.S. Air Force. Although
packet-switching techniques originated from DARPA (Defense Advanced
Research Projects Agency) and the ARPANet, no one can deny the
tremendous influence that amateurs, including those within TAPR
(Tucson Amateur Packet Radio), have had in demonstrating the viability
of TCP/IP and AX.25 communications via radio links. The efforts of
AMSAT (the Amateur Satellite Corporation), including the development
of many ham satellites and the low-orbiting Microsats (communications
satellites no bigger than a breadbox that use store-and-forward packet
techniques), have certainly advanced the state-of-the-art in
communications, one of the defined purposes of the Amateur Radio
Service, as recognized by international treaty.
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What is an Elmer?

Since in many cases hams are writing "the book", there is often no
"book" or other established reference for a beginner to refer to.
Traditionally, information has been passed on from ham to ham via
word-of-mouth. Like many of the traditional crafts, a variation of the
Master-Apprentice system has emerged, the Elmer-Novice relationship.

The term Elmer has probably been in use since at least the 1950's (I'm
told, but haven't yet confirmed, that it appears in British amateur
radio publications from that period). The name Elmer was likely chosen
because Elmers are usually older and wiser, having the benefit of many
years in the hobby, including several failed projects, and an electric
shock or two. The first U.S. reference to Elmer in print was from Rod
Newkirk, W9BRD, in his "How's DX" column in QST from the
early-to-mid-1970's.

Such Elmers have traditionally been the mainstay of amateur radio, and
the source of many new hams, particularly those interested in working
on emerging technologies. Even more importantly, Elmers provided an
outlet for the impatient newcomer who wanted "to know everything, and
right away." Faced with such a request, a good Elmer will smile and
proceed to lead the novice through some project or operating
experience. Several hours, days, or weeks later, the novice would have
his answers, but would have earned them. Even better, the sense of
accomplishment would boost the novice's confidence and nudge him or
her down the road to being a model, experienced ham operator.

Many present hams feel that such an experience is missing today. In
today's hustle-bustle world, the response to such natural curiosity
and desire to learn is, more often than not, "I'm too busy" or "RTFM."
As a result, the quality of new hams declines and the knowledge and
operating habits they develop in their first formative months and
years leave much to be desired. And the very same hams who claim that
they "can't understand the new generation" also, in almost the same
breath, lament about the "decline of amateur radio."
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What is an Elmer Today?

An Elmer today is of any age, male or female, who has some expertise
and is willing to share it with beginners. Elmers don't even need to
be licensed amateurs, just people with knowledge in some area of
electronics or communications technology.
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How do I become an Internet Elmer?

With the ever-widening scope of the Internet, the amateur radio
newsgroups on Usenet, and now the World-Wide Web, the potential for
Elmers to share their knowledge to a wide audience has never been
greater. To that end, I maintain a list of such Elmers. Volunteers may
register via my formatted, on-line, World-Wide Web Registration Form:

http://www.novia.net/~pschleck/elmers/register.html

I would prefer that you register using the above form (which not only
ensures that nothing is omitted, but also makes adding your entry much
easier by automatically converting it to HTML). However, volunteers
who are not yet on the Web are also quite welcome, and may register by
writing me at elmers-...@novia.net with their name, amateur radio
callsign(s) (if any), E-mail address, and area(s) of expertise.
URL-format pointers to resources they maintain, such as WWW home
pages, FTP archives, mail servers, or mailing lists, would also be
quite welcome. The list has gotten large enough that there should be
plenty of suitable examples to model your entry after. If you need
some further assistance formatting your entry, drop me a line and tell
me a bit about yourself. Ironically, sometimes the best Elmers write
to me saying, "I'm not an expert, but..."

I have set up an administrivia mailbox for correspondence related to
this list (elmers-...@novia.net, the default Reply-To: of this
message when posted to Usenet News). I would prefer that all such
correspondence be directed to that address. In addition to saving it
into a special folder, my incoming E-mail filter will also send you an
automated return-receipt.

Also, an unfortunate increase in the amount of unsolicited junk-mail
that I receive (often dozens of messages _every day_) has forced me to
become much more ruthless about filtering incoming E-mail. While I can
guarantee that I will read all mail sent to elmers-request before the
next bimonthly posting of the list, mail sent to pschleck may not only
not get reviewed for some time, my incoming mail filter (procmail) may
even bounce it back to the sender if it can't be automatically
categorized as originating from known, friendly senders or have known,
welcome keywords in the headers (Elmer is obviously one of those
keywords).
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How may I obtain the latest copy of the Elmers List?

There are currently 5 ways of obtaining the Elmers List. Any site at
least reachable by Internet E-mail can use the Mailing-List or
Mail-Server options:

World-Wide Web (WWW):

This is the recommended method for accessing the Elmers list, as it
allows this resource to be viewed as hypertext. The home site at
www.novia.net features immediate updates each month, hypertext-linked
subject and geographic indexes, keyword searching, and registration
and feedback forms. The other two sites use automatically-converted
versions of the Usenet news articles, but are still usable,
particularly if you are outside North America. The site marked with an
asterisk also offers Wide-Area Information Service (WAIS) index
searching by keyword for all Usenet News FAQ's:

* http://www.novia.net/~pschleck/elmers/
* http://www.lib.ox.ac.uk/internet/news/faq/rec.radio.amateur.misc.h
tml
* http://www.cs.ruu.nl/cgi-bin/faqwais *

(_Note:_ Because of maintenance problems - FAQ documents not being
promptly updated in particular - the sites at Ohio State and Smart
Pages are no longer recommended for accessing a current copy of the
Elmers List and have been removed from the above list.)

see also the newsgroups under comp.infosystems.www.* (I haven't listed
URL's for all of the newsgroups under this hierarchy as there are now
about a dozen of them (!!!).)

Usenet News:

This was the original distribution medium for the Elmers list. It
continues to be supported for users who cannot access the World-Wide
Web. Since the document uses URL's throughout, the news article
version may also be viewed as hypertext via some mail and news
readers. The latest copy of the list can be found in the news articles
with Subjects like _"Amateur Radio: Elmers Resource Directory Part */*
[*-*]"_ (The * represents a wildcard character, as the need to split
the list evenly, as well as keep all parts under the 64K message limit
for Usenet, requires that I adjust the split occasionally). Since the
list is cross-posted to the following newsgroups:

* news:rec.radio.amateur.misc
* news:rec.radio.info
* news:rec.answers
* news:news.answers

on the first Monday of each even-numbered month, with an expiration
date 10 weeks into the future, there should always be a copy available
at most news sites. Check your newsreader documentation for
information about reading previously-read articles or articles that
are "threaded" to this one. Also complain to your local news
administrator (E-mail to "news@localhost" or "usenet@localhost") if
your local news server is configured to ignore Expires headers (and
thus prematurely delete the articles) in worthwhile, mostly moderated,
information newsgroups like those listed above.

Anonymous FTP:

If your site is directly connected to the Internet, you may retrieve
the latest copy via File Transfer Protocol (FTP) from the following
sites:

* ftp://ftp.novia.net/customers/pschleck/elmers/
* ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/
* ftp://ftp.uu.net/usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/

Mailing-List:

Since the list is cross-posted to rec.radio.info, the latest copy may
be obtained from the mailing-list gateway for that newsgroup (along
with many other informational articles about radio) when it is
published each even-numbered month. To subscribe, send E-mail to:

list...@ucsd.edu

and in the BODY (not the Subject) of the message, write:

subscribe radio-info

The server may not be able to determine your return address. In that
case write:

subscribe radio-info (your E-mail address)

You should get an acknowledgement very shortly.

Mail-Server:

If you don't want to read through the entire gateway of
rec.radio.info, or want a copy of the list right away, send E-mail to:

mail-...@rtfm.mit.edu

and in the BODY (not the Subject) of the message, write:

send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/README
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/index/subject/part1
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/index/subject/part2
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/index/geographic
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part1
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part2
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part3
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part4
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part5
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/list/part6
send usenet/news.answers/radio/ham-radio/elmers/diff

and the latest copy of the list should be sent to you E-mail within 24
hours (the mail-server uses batch priority to reduce system demand).
_________________________________________________________________

Acknowledgements

By using this resource, you are benefitting the net by obtaining
assistance in the fastest and most efficient way possible. By
volunteering to appear on this list, you are contributing to the good
reputation of the radio-related newsgroups.

Thanks to all the volunteer Elmers, as well as courteous list users,
for making this service a success.

--
73, Paul W. Schleck, K3FU
psch...@novia.net (personal mail)
elmers-...@novia.net (Elmers List administrivia)

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Paul W. Schleck K3FU

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Amateur Radio: Elmers List Subject Quick-Search Index
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(_Note:_ This index is not necessarily all-inclusive and some Elmers
are listed more than once.)

10-X INTERNATIONAL

* Arthur
* Bouthillier
* Forman
* LaCaze
* Lefever
* Neal
* Perham
* Rymell
* Stetson
* Thompson

AMATEUR RADIO EMERGENCY SERVICE (ARES)/RADIO AMATEUR CIVIL EMERGENCY SERVICE
(RACES)/SKYWARN/OTHER EMERGENCY SERVICES

* Adams, J (Delmont, PA ARES, ARRL OES, ARES/RACES WWW Page)
* Arthur (ARES and SKYWARN, North Alabama Emergency Response Team)
* Avnet (Fountain Valley, CA RACES)
* Boccardi (ARES/RACES/SKYWARN)
* Bourne (Deputy State ACS Officer - CA Governor's Office of
Emergency Services, Webmaster of National RACES WWW Site)
* Bouthillier (RI ARES)
* Boyd (ARES/RACES, SCV CA SEC, Shasta County CA RACES Radio
Officer/EC)
* Brown (Collier County, FL ARES EC)
* Buck (Hawaii)
* Calvert (SKYWARN, OK University Debris Project)
* Carlson (ARES/RACES)
* Curry (Trustee, Washington, DC RACES Repeater)
* Cushman (RACES, Huntington Beach, CA Certified Distaster Worker,
Community Emergency Response Team Member, and Net Control
Certification Instructor)
* Czaikowski (ARES, former VA RACES Radio Officer)
* Dibble (Barry County, MI, ARES EC and RACES Radio Officer)
* Forman (ARES OES, RACES, SKYWARN, Virginia Digital Emergency
Network)
* Gray (Arkansas Section)
* Hambrecht (ARES)
* Hendershot (Josephine County, OR, Asst. EC)
* Henderson (ARES/RACES/SKYWARN)
* Johansen (ARES)
* Kiepura (SKYWARN)
* Kurtz (Certified Disaster Recovery Planner)
* Lacouture (RACES)
* Long (Schenectady County, NY, RACES and SKYWARN)
* Lorentz (ARES/SKYWARN, Wright County, MN EC)
* Meredith (SKYWARN)
* Mims (ARES District EC and MA Area II EMA RACES Radio Officer)
* Moell, A (Hospital Disaster Support Communications System and WWW
Page)
* Moisan (Eastern MA SKYWARN)
* Morris (ARES)
* Moseson (ARES/RACES)
* Mosher (Marion County, OR, ARES)
* Neal
* Nichols (ARES/RACES)
* Nickolaus (Dakota County, NE EC, Siouxland area SKYWARN spotter
network)
* Nugent (ARES/SKYWARN, Greene County, OH, Red Cross DAT
Coordinator)
* Patton (Commanche, TX, ARES EC and RACES EC, SKYWARN)
* Putman (Maritime Search and Rescue)
* Ratchford (ARES/RACES/SKYWARN, Searcy County, AR, EC)
* Richardson, W (ARES/RACES)
* Robinson (RACES/SKYWARN, EMT, Radiological, HAZMAT)
* Rogers (SKYWARN)
* Rossi (Essex Junction, VT RACES)
* Rymell (Lycoming County, PA, EC)
* Scribner (ARES, Maine RACES Director)
* Sohl, R (ARES/RACES)
* Stetson (Burlington, VT ARES and Red Cross Volunteer)
* Williams, T (REACT 4921 Team)
* Winchell
* Wright

RADIO AMATEUR SATELLITE CORPORATION (AMSAT)

* Anderson
* Bauer (VP for Human Spaceflight Program, Member of SAREX Working
Group, Member of US Delegation for ARISS, NASA/SAREX WWW Page)
* Boudda
* Bourne (Life Member)
* Green
* Gunton
* Hawks
* Hilton
* Jones (TAPR/AMSAT DSP-93 Kits)
* Lacouture
* Mancastroppa
* Marchant
* Nichols
* Nugent
* Sohl, R
* Williamson (Vice President for Electronic Publishing, WWW Page,
Anonymous FTP Archive, E-mail Aliases, and Public Mailing Lists)

AMATEUR TELEPRINTER OVER RADIO (AMTOR)/GOLAY TELEPRINTER OVER RADIO
(GTOR)/PACKET TELEPRINTER OVER RADIO (PACTOR)/RADIO TELETYPE (RTTY)

* Barbo (RTTY)
* Biccum (AMTOR/GTOR/PACTOR)
* Bouthillier (PACTOR)
* Cieslak, C (RTTY)
* Forman
* Hambrecht
* Hart (RTTY)
* Hawks (PACTOR)
* Hendershot
* Jones (TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives, Mailing Lists, and
Membership Info)
* Laakkonen (PACTOR)
* Long
* Losty (AMTOR/PACTOR/SITOR)
* Mosher (RTTY)
* Neeson
* Nickolaus (RTTY)
* Ozbirn (RTTY)
* Perrault (RTTY)
* Quick (RTTY)
* Richardson, H
* Scribner
* Sohl, R (AMTOR)
* Subastian
* Sussman (AMTOR/PACTOR/RTTY, Publisher of PACTOR News WWW Page,
Speaker and Host of PACTOR Forum at Dayton Hamvention)
* Weingarten (RTTY)

AMERICA ON-LINE

* Arthur (Community Leader, Radio Communications Forum for Youth in
Radio Communications)
* Harlan (ATV Quarterly Representative, Ham Radio Manufacturers and
Dealers Section)

AMERICAN RADIO RELAY LEAGUE (ARRL) FIELD ORGANIZATION

* Arthur (AL ASM of Youth Services)
* Coffee (CA PIO and TS)
* Collier (TS)
* Czaikowski (OES, Former OO/AA and VA SEC)
* Forman (VA TC)
* Goldstein (Volunteer Counsel - Florida Only)
* Gray (AR SM and OO) Asst. EC)
* Hennigan (NH TC)
* Meredith (Southwestern Division Assistant Director)
* Neal (KS OO and TS)
* Nickolaus (Dakota County, NE OBS)
* Scribner (Maine ACC)
* Sefranek (EMA TS and Instructor)
* Sohl, B (NJ Local Govt. Liason)
* Sohl, R (TX TS)
* Stetson (VT Asst. SM)
* Traver (NY OO)
* Winkler (Arizona PIC)

AMERICAN RADIO RELAY LEAGUE (ARRL) HEADQUARTERS STAFF

* Hare (Laboratory Manager)
* Henderson (Contest Branch Manager)
* Jahnke (VEC Manager)
* Lau (Info Server Sysop, Program for the Disabled Coordinator, ARRL
Foundation Secretary and WWW Page)
* Tracy (Test Engineer, QST Product Review and Advertising
Acceptance Testing, QST Article Research)

AMIGA PERSONAL COMPUTER

* Morris
* Ratchford
* Subastian
* Williams, T

ANTENNAS

* Anderson (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Barbo (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Design)
* Biccum (HF/VHF/Wire/Homebrew)
* Bishop (HF/Microwave/Dishes)
* Boudda (HF)
* Bourne (Microwave)
* Bouthillier (HF/Wire/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Boyce (HF/Wire/Quads/Magnetic Loops)
* Boyd (Beams/Yagis)
* Brakob
* Branch (Indoor)
* Brubaker (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* Buck
* Budd (Homebrew)
* Chatham (HF/VHF/UHF)
* Cieslak, C (HF/VHF/Wire/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Coffee (HF/VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis)
* Croce
* Curry
(HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Repair/Mobile/Portab
le)
* Custer (VHF/Dishes)
* Czaikowski
* Danaher (HF)
* Daney (HF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* D'Arcy (VHF/UHF/Wire)
* Emm (HF/VHF/Wire)
* Feeney (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Forman
(HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portabl
e/Indoor)
* Gray (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Green (HF/VHF/UHF/Log Periodic)
* Gunton (Microwave)
* Halbert (simple HF Wire)
* Hambrecht (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Log Periodic/Magnetic
Loops/Computer Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)
* Hancock (Homebrew)
* Hawks (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Computer Silation/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Hendershot
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile)
* Hicks (HF/VHF/Wire/Quads/Homebrew)
* Hilton (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Humphries (VHF and Multi-Band Wire)
* Kiepura (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair)
* Kolb (HF/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Laakkonen (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* LaCaze (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)
* Lacouture
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile)
* Lefever
(HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portabl
e/Indoor)
* Legary (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile/Other)
* Liew (HF/VHF)
* Long (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)
* Losty (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)
* Moisan (MF/HF/Magnetic Loops/Homebrew/Repair)
* Morris
* Mustermann (Magnetic Loops)
* Neal (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)
* Neeson
* Nutter (HF/VHF/Wire)
* Ornitz (Design/Homebrew/Corrosion Protection/Materials
Compatibility)
* Ozbirn (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Log
Periodic/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Petri (VHF)
* Placer
* Quick (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable)
* Ratchford
(VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Redding, J (VHF/UHF)
* Rego (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair)
* Rhea (Wire/Homebrew/Mobile/Indoor)
* Richards (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Log Periodic/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor/Other)
* Rifleman (Wire/Portable/Indoor)
* Roberson (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Log
Periodic/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)
* Rogers
* Rosenfeld (HF/Wire/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Rossi (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)
* Rymell (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Magnetic Loops/Homebrew/Portable)
* Schmitz (VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)
* Scribner
* Sefranek (HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Subastian (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Computer Simulation/Design/Repair)
* Sweeney (Mobile)
* Taubman (Microwave/Dishes/Design)
* Thomas, G (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Portable/Indoor)
* Turner, W (Wire)
* Veach
* Wall
* Weingarten (HF/Wire)
* Wetzel (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Log
Periodic/Magnetic Loops/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* White
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Magnetic
Loops/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Wilson (Wire)
* Winchell (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew)
* Wintheiser (MF/Quads/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Indoor)
* Winward (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Homebrew
Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Wright (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* Zurn (Wire)

ANTIQUE AND OLDER EQUIPMENT/BOATANCHORS

* Anderson
* Avery (including AWA)
* Bishop
* Cooke (Wireless Set #19 WWW page)
* Crestohl (Collins, Johnson, etc., Government, Some Military
Equipment, Restoration, Value, Estate Liquidation)
* Croce
* Curry
* Eisenberg
* Forman (Collins)
* Gavila (Collins, Drake, National, Hallicrafters, Heathkit, Racal,
European Boatanchor Swap Mailing List)
* Hambrecht
* Hendershot
* Hicks
* Kilgore
* Lefever
* Long
* Losty (Repair and Restoration)
* Morris
* Muncey (Radio Era Archives, Schematics and Documentation)
* Ornitz (Cleaning and Refurbishing, Test Equipment, Chemistry and
Safety)
* Paperman (Manuals, Service Information, and Literature)
* Petri (Tube Type Radios)
* Quick (including Restoration)
* Rego (including Heathkit, Swan, Collins, Kenwood, and Johnson)
* Richards
* Richardson, W
* Rymell (including Tube Gear)
* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Turner, C (including Kenwood and Ten-Tec)
* White
* Winward

ANTIQUE WIRELESS ASSOCIATION (AWA)

* Avery

APPLE MACINTOSH COMPUTER

* Avery
* Boccardi
* Danaher
* Kincaid
* Luszcz (Shareware, including MacMultiMeter)
* Marchant
* Mims
* Morris
* Perham
* Placer
* Rego
* Schmitz
* Seney (Macnet, including Anonymous FTP Archive)
* Sproul, K
* Subastian

BATTERIES

* Buck
* Calvert
* Chatham
* Cieslak, C
* Collier
* Curry
* Gieszczykiewicz
* Gray
* Hendershot
* Hilton
* Hodgdon
* Lefever
* Losty
* Morris
* Neal
* Ozbirn
* Perham
* Quick
* Redding, J
* Rego
* Rosenfeld
* Sefranek
* Sohl, R
* Subastian
* Taubman
* Wetzel
* White
* Winward

BRITISH AMATEUR RADIO TELEDATA GROUP (BARTG)

* Sussman

BRITISH AMATEUR TELEVISION CLUB (BATC)

* Pawson (WWW Page)

BULLETIN-BOARD SYSTEMS (BBS'S), LANDLINE

* Bertolino (Trance)
* Carlson
* Czaikowski
* D'Arcy
* Forman
* Howard, J
* LaCaze
* Neal
* Nugent
* Stetson
* Watters
* Wetzel
* Wright

CALLSIGN DATA/NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVICE (NTIS)

* Carruth

CIVIL AIR PATROL (CAP)

* Hornberger (Former Landstation Bluebird 284, Missouri Wing)
* Meredith
* Sohl, R (Ground/Air Search and Rescue)

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY CLUBS

* Carlson (University of Maryland, Baltimore County)
* Gray
* Kincaid
* Rosenfeld (Former Treasurer, University of Maryland)
* Sproul, K
* Turner, C
* Williams, T

COMMERCIAL SERVICES EQUIPMENT

* Curry
* Eisenberg
* Gray
* Gunton (including Microwave)
* Hendershot
* Losty (including Commercial HF, Satellite, GMDSS, Microwave, and
High Power Broadcasting)
* Meredith (ArizonaONE Wired & Wireless)
* Neal
* Richards (Retired 2-Way Radio Service Technician with 25 Years of
Service with Motorola C&E Repairing, Installing, and Testing
Commercial 2-Way Radio Equipment, including Pagers, Portables,
Mobiles, Base and Control Stations, Repeaters, Closed-Circuit
Television, Communications Consoles, Remote Control Equipment,
Microwave, and Multiplex)
* Sohl, R
* Wetzel

CW (MORSE CODE)

* Adams, D
* Anderson
* Arthur
* Avery
* Bouthillier
* Branch
* Brown
* Brubaker
* Budd
* Carter
* Chatham
* Coffee
* Croce
* Czaikowski
* Daney
* Dibble (including Instruction)
* Ellenberg
* Emm
* Feeney
* Forman
* Gapinski (VHF Meteor Scatter)
* Hancock
* Hart
* Hendershot
* Henderson
* Hicks
* Howard, D
* LaCaze
* Lacouture
* Liew
* Lorentz
* Losty (Commercial 2nd Class Radiotelegraph Licensee, Instructor
for Local Classes from Novice to Extra)
* Lowman
* Morris
* Neeson
* Nickolaus
* Perham
* Perrault
* Petri
* Pitts
* Placer
* Putman (Member, FISTS)
* Rego
* Rifleman
* Roberson
* Rossi
* Scribner
* Solomon
* Thomas, G
* Traver
* Turner, C (QRP)
* Twigger (Amateur and Commercial Radio Exam Practice WWW Pages)
* Veach (5-20 WPM Classes)
* Watters
* Weingarten
* Wetzel
* White
* Wintheiser
* Wright
* Zurn

DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSING (DSP)

* Coffee
* Forman
* Gilliver
* Jones (TAPR President, TAPR/AMSAT DSP-93 Kits, WWW Pages, FTP,
Archives, Mailing Lists, and Membership Info)
* Kincaid
* Lefever
* Sussman
* Taubman
* Wall
* Wetzel

DIRECTION FINDING (DF)

* Moell, J (Homing In Column WWW Page)

EARTH-MOON-EARTH (EME) COMMUNICATIONS

* Anderson
* Smit (WWW Page)
* Wetzel

EQUIPMENT TESTING/TROUBLESHOOTING

* Alois (Kenwood TR-2200A)
* Anderson
* Avnet (including Kits)
* Bouthillier
* Chatham
* Curry
* Czaikowski
* Eisenberg
* Emm
* Forman
* Gavila
* Gieszczykiewicz (sci.electronics.repair FAQ)
* Gray
* Hancock
* Hare (ARRL Laboratory Manager)
* Hendershot (Test Equipment and Troubleshooting)
* Hilton
* Howard, J (Computer Programming, Digital Electronics, Computer
Control)
* Kincaid
* Kolb
* LaCaze
* Lacouture
* Lefever
* Long
* Losty (Repair/Restoration of Boatanchor and Modern
Communications/Microwave/Computer Equipment)
* Moisan (including Surface Mount and General Repair)
* Morris
* Muncey (Radio Era Archives, Schematics and Documentation)
* Neal
* Nichols
* Nugent (including Repair)
* Ornitz (Instrumentation)
* Paperman (Manuals, Service Information, and Literature)
* Petri
* Quick
* Richards (Retired 2-Way Radio Service Technician with 25 Years of
Service with Motorola C&E Repairing, Installing, and Testing
Commercial 2-Way Radio Equipment, including Pagers, Portables,
Mobiles, Base and Control Stations, Repeaters, Closed-Circuit
Television, Communications Consoles, Remote Control Equipment,
Microwave, and Multiplex)
* Roberson
* Rossi
* Sefranek
* Seney (Oscilloscope FAQ)
* Simpson
* Sohl, R
* Taubman
* Thompson
* Wetzel
* White
* Witte (Instrumentation, Test Equipment, and Measurements)

ESPERANTO

* Munsil (including Contact Information for the Esperanto League for
North America, ELNA)
* Zurn

FREQUENTLY-ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQ'S)

* Davis (Australia and aus.radio Newsgroup)
* Gieszczykiewicz (sci.electronics.repair Newsgroup)
* Goldstein (Packet Radio WWW Server, including Packet FAQ)
* Harlan (Amateur Television)
* Jahnke (VE Exams Scheduled)
* Jones (TAPR)
* Langner (SSTV)
* Moell, J (Radio Direction Finding)
* Moisan (GE Superadio, Sangean ATS-909/ DX-398, Carpet Loop
Antennas)
* Peerenboom (Dayton, OH E-mail Elmers)
* Rhea (Six Meter VHF Band WWW Page)
* Seney (General Amateur Radio and Oscilloscope WWW Pages)
* Twigger (Amateur and Commercial Radio Exam Practice WWW Pages)
* Williamson (AMSAT)

GEORGIA RADIO AMATEUR PACKET ENTHUSIASTS SOCIETY (GRAPES)

* Jarrett (WWW Page)
* Subastian

HANDICAPPED OPERATING

* Cushman (L-2 Paraplegic)
* Gilliver (Blind Issues)
* Kincaid
* Lau (ARRL Program for the Disabled Coordinator)
* Moisan (including Invisible Disability WWW Page)
* Neal
* Nichols
* Nugent
* Ozbirn
* Thomas, G
* Tice (Manager and WWW Page, Courage HANDI-HAM System)
* Williams, T

HIGH FREQUENCY (HF)/CONTESTING/DISTANCE (DX)

* Anderson (HF/DX)
* Arthur (Small Contests, mostly 10 Meters)
* Barbo (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Bertolino (425 DX News and IOTA WWW Page)
* Biccum
* Bishop (HF)
* Boudda
* Bouthillier (Contesting/DX)
* Boyd (20 years experience)
* Brakob (Contesting/DX)
* Branch (Contesting/DX)
* Brubaker
* Buck
* Budd
* Chatham (HF/DX)
* Cieslak, C (HF)
* Coffee
* Cooke (HF, Contesting)
* Croce
* Curry (HF)
* Czaikowski
* Danaher
* Daney
* Ellenberg (HF/DX)
* Emm
* Feeney (HF/DX)
* Forman (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Gavila (HF, 10, 15, and 80 meter SSB Phone)
* Gray
* Green (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Hambrecht
* Hamilton, T (DX)
* Hart
* Hawks (HF)
* Hendershot (HF)
* Henderson (HF/Contesting/DX, ARRL Contest Branch Manager)
* Hicks
* Hilton (HF)
* Hornberger (HF/Contesting)
* Jones (Digital Modes, TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives,
Mailing Lists, and Membership Info)
* Kiepura (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Kilgore (HF)
* Laakkonen (mostly 75, 20, and 17 Meters)
* LaCaze (HF/DX/Contesting)
* Lacouture
* Lefever (HF/Contesting)
* Liew
* Long (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Lorentz (Contesting)
* Losty (Commercial and Amateur HF)
* Lowman
* Mims (HF)
* Mosher
* Neader (Contesters and DX'ers WWW Page)
* Neal
* Nichols
* Nickolaus
* Nutter
* Ozbirn (HF/DX)
* Perham (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Perrault (HF)
* Pitts
* Placer
* Rego (HF/DX)
* Richards
* Richardson, H
* Rifleman (HF/DX)
* Rosenfeld (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Rossi (HF/Contesting/DX)
* Rymell (HF)
* Sefranek
* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Strobel (DX Packet Cluster WebNet WWW Page)
* Subastian (HF)
* Taubman (HF)
* Thomas, G (HF)
* Thompson
* Thomson (Mostly CW)
* Traver (including County Hunting, DXpeditions, and QSO Parties)
* Turner, C (HF)
* Weingarten
* Wetzel (HF/DX)
* White (HF/DX)
* Wilson (Contesting)
* Winchell (HF)
* Winward (HF)
* Witkowski (DX QSL Info WWW Page, ARRL SWL Bureau Manager)
* Wright (HF/Contesting/DX)

HOMEBREWING/DO-IT-YOURSELF

* Anderson
* Avnet
* Bishop
* Boyce
* Buck
* Carruth (Digital Design, Software)
* Chatham
* Cieslak, C
* Croce
* Curry (including Gas & Electric Welding)
* Custer
* Eisenberg
* Forman
* Gilliver (DSP, Blind Issues)
* Gray
* Gunton (Microwave Components/Techlock Distributing WWW Page)
* Halbert (QRP)
* Hambrecht
* Hancock
* Hendershot (RF Design and Wireless Systems)
* Hicks
* Hilton
* Howard, J (Computer Programming, Digital Electronics, Computer
Control)
* Johnson, R
* Kincaid
* LaCaze
* Lacouture
* Lefever
* Liew
* Long
* Miles (Digital/Analog/RF/R&D)
* Moisan
* Neal
* Neeson
* Nichols
* Nugent
* Ornitz (Chemical and Toxic Material Use and Handling, including
Printed Circuit Boards)
* Ozbirn
* Perrault
* Petri
* Quick (Tube Equipment, Transistorized Receivers, QRP and QRO CW
Transmitters)
* Ratchford
* Richards (Tube and Solid-State)
* Rosenfeld
* Rossi (including Station Accessories)
* Rymell (including Tubes)
* Schmitz
* Sefranek
* Simpson
* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Subastian
* Taubman
* Thompson (Electronic Circuits, Metal Fabrication, Shop Techniques,
Other Fabrication)
* Veach
* Wetzel
* White
* Wintheiser
* Winward
* Witkowski

IBM PERSONAL COMPUTER (PC) AND CLONES

* Adams, D
* Anderson
* Angus
* Arthur
* Barbo
* Branch
* Brown
* Buck
* Budd
* Chatham
* Cieslak, C
* Czaikowski
* Danaher
* D'Arcy
* Ellenberg
* Emm
* Forman
* Gavila
* Gilliver (including Construction, UK only)
* Gray
* Green
* Hambrecht
* Hart
* Hawks
* Hennigan
* Hilton
* Howard, J (Controls, Programming in Visual Basic, Quick Basic,
6502 Assembly, and Forth)
* Johnson, R
* Kolb
* LaCaze
* Lacouture
* Lacy (NuTest and NuMorse Ham Training Software for Windows and WWW
Page)
* Long
* Lorentz
* Miles
* Morris
* Neal
* Nichols
* Nickolaus (DOS, Windows 3.x and 95, and Ham-Related Applications)
* Nugent
* Nutter
* Ozbirn
* Patton
* Perham
* Petersen (Simtel Software Repository)
* Ratchford
* Redding, J
* Rifleman
* Robinson
* Rossi
* Schmitz
* Simpson
* Stannard
* Subastian
* Taubman
* Thomas, G
* Watters
* Weingarten
* Wetzel
* Wilkins
* Williams, R
* Winkler
* Winward
* Witkowski (including Xbase Format DX QSL Info File)
* Wright (Computer Technician)

INTERNET SERVICES

* Branch
* Budd
* Chatham
* Cieslak, C (including UNIX, WWW, and FTP Administration)
* Coffee
* Crestohl (Moderator of the Internet & Web Forum at the Dayton
Hamvention)
* Custer
* D'Arcy
* Gavila
* Green
* Hambrecht
* Hilton
* Howard, J
* Kiepura
* Kolb
* Laakkonen
* Lefever
* Long
* Lowman
* Moisan (including Java and XML)
* Morris
* Neal
* Ozbirn
* Pulfer (Free Canadian Amateur Radio Callsign E-mail Address
Aliases)
* Ratchford
* Redding, J
* Rifleman
* Robinson
* Sohl, B
* Sohl, R
* Subastian
* Thomas, G
* Watters
* Weingarten
* Wetzel
* Wilkins
* Williamson
* Winchell
* Witkowski

JAMAICA AMATEUR RADIO ASSOCIATION (JARA)

* Wilkinson (WWW Page)

LASER COMMUNICATIONS

* Carruth
* Subastian
* Wetzel

LEAGUE OF YOUNG RADIO AMATEURS (LYRA)

* Arthur (Former President and Vice President)

LOW FREQUENCY (LF)

* Hawks
* Lacouture
* Rymell
* Subastian
* Thomson (1750 meter band LOWFER operation and LF/MF Radiobeacon
DX'ing)
* Wetzel
* White
* Winward

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MAIL/FILE TRANSFER PROTOCOL (FTP)/WORLD-WIDE WEB (WWW)/MULTIPLE-USER DUNGEON
(MUD) SERVERS/ARCHIVES

* Adams, J (ARES/RACES WWW Page)
* Arthur (Leage of Young Radio Amateurs WWW Page, Young Amateur
Radio Operators Webring, Franklin County, AL Amateur Radio Club
WWW Page, and Alabama Radio WWW Page)
* Bauer (NASA/SAREX WWW Page)


* Bertolino (425 DX News and IOTA WWW Page)

* Bible (Spread Spectrum WWW Page)
* Bourne (National RACES WWW Site)
* Collier (ADI/Premier Communications WWW Page)
* Cooke (Wireless Set #19 WWW Page)
* Custer (Repeater Building and Link Systems WWW Pages)
* Davis (Australia and aus.radio Newsgroup FAQ WWW Page)
* deVolpi (AmSoft and World of Ham Radio WWW Page and FTP Archive)
* Emm (Colorado QRP Club WWW Page)
* Estey (TAPR North American Digital Systems Directory WWW Page)
* Forman (Virginia Digital Emergency Network WWW Page)
* Goldstein (Packet Radio and TAPR WWW Server)
* Gray (Arkansas Amateur Radio Service, Arkansas Hams E-mail List,
and ARRL Arkansas Section WWW Pages)
* Green (Repeater)


* Gunton (Microwave Components/Techlock Distributing WWW Page)

* Gutstadt (Navy/Marine Corps. MARS National WWW Page)
* Hancock (Black Diamond ARC WWW Page)
* Heedles (Nashua Area Radio Club, KY1N Memorial Volunteer
Examination List, VEWD Exam Session Software, and Field Day WWW
Pages)
* Howard, J (SpectSoft WWW Page and Anonymous FTP Archives)
* Jarrett (GRAPES High-Speed Packet Radio Networking WWW Page)
* Johansen (Louisiana ARES WWW Page)
* Jones (TAPR WWW Pages, FTP Archives, and Mailing Lists)
* Komppa (Foreign Licensing WWW Page)
* Langner (SSTV WWW Page)
* Lau (ARRL Info Server Sysop and ARRL Foundation WWW Page)
* Lefever (Twin Cities Repeater Club WWW Page)
* Mann (Wearable Computing and Personal Imaging WWW Pages)
* Moell, A (Hospital Disaster Support Communications System WWW
Page)
* Moisan (GE Superadio FAQ, ATS-909/ DX-398 FAQ, Carpet Loop FAQ,
and Invisibile Disabilities WWW Pages)
* Moseson (CQ Magazine and Allied Publications WWW Pages)
* Muncey (Radio Era Archives, Schematics and Documentation, WWW
Page)
* Murnane (Wireless Institute of Australia WWW Pages)


* Neader (Contesters and DX'ers WWW Page)

* Neeson (NTS Training for CW, Phone, and Digital Modes WWW Page)
* Pawson (British Amateur Television Club WWW Page)


* Petersen (Simtel Software Repository)

* Pulfer (Radio Amateurs of Canada WWW Page)
* Rogers (Packet Radio WWW Pages)
* Seney (Oscilloscope FAQ, Macnet, and Macintosh Amateur Radio
Software List WWW Pages)
* Shuch (SETI League WWW Page)
* Smit (EME and SETI WWW Page)
* Sproul, K (APRS WWW Page)
* Sproul, M (APRS WWW Page)
* Strobel (K6PBT Dealer Directory and DX PacketCluster WebNet WWW
Pages)
* Sussman (PACTOR News WWW Page)
* Tice (Courage HANDI-HAM System WWW Page)


* Twigger (Amateur and Commercial Radio Exam Practice WWW Pages)

* Wilkins (Caledonia Amateur VHF Enthusiasts WWW Page)
* Wilkinson (JARA WWW Page)
* Williams, R (AuroraMUSH)
* Williams, T (REACT 4921 Team WWW Page)
* Williamson (AMSAT WWW Page and Anonymous FTP Archives)
* Winchell (AREA WWW Page)
* Winkler (Ham Radio & More Show WWW Page)
* Witkowski (DX QSL Info WWW Page)

MAILING LISTS

* Ackermann (TAPR Net-SIG BBS)
* Adams, J (ARES/RACES)
* deVolpi (AmSoft and World of Ham Radio Product Announcements)
* Gavila (European Boatanchors Swap)
* Jones (Many, TAPR-related)
* Meredith (F6FBB Packet BBS, other Industry-Related Lists)
* Williams, R (Extra-Terrestrial Amateur Satellites and Probes)
* Williamson (Many, AMSAT-related)

MEDIA (PUBLICATION/WRITING/BROADCASTING)

* Ackermann (Books on Wireless Networking)
* Bertolino (SWL Page of Radio Rivista, Italy)
* Collier (Articles and Interviews about VHF/UHF FM operation and
the Amateur Radio Industry)
* DeWolf (Media Relations for Clubs, Syndicated Columnist on
Internet Matters)
* Harlan (ATV Quarterly)
* Heedles (Editor, Nashua Area Radio Club Newsletter)
* Jones (TAPR Publications)
* Moell, J (Homing In Column and WWW Page)
* Moseson (CQ Magazine and Allied Publications Online Coordinator)
* Richards (Technical Articles for Club Newsletter)
* Seney (Macnet)
* Sussman (PACTOR News)
* Winkler (Ham Radio & More Show)
* Witte (Ham Magazines, Electrical Engineering Publications, and a
few books)

MEDIUM FREQUENCY (MF, 160 METERS)

* Curry
* Feeney
* Gray
* Hawks
* Hendershot
* Losty
* Neal


* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Subastian

* Thomson (LF/MF Radiobeacon DX'ing)
* Wetzel
* Winward

MICROWAVE

* Bishop
* Bourne (Microwave)
* Curry
* Gunton (Microwave Components/Techlock Distributing WWW Page,
Components for up to 50 GHz)
* Hendershot
* Lacouture
* Losty
* Lowman
* Ozbirn


* Sohl, R
* Taubman

* Wetzel
* Wilkins

MILITARY AFFILIATE RADIO SYSTEM (MARS)

* Branch (Air Force)
* Chapman (Navy/Marine Corps., Afloat and Overseas Operations)
* Forman (Air Force)
* Gutstadt (Navy/Marine Corps., including National WWW Page)
* Sohl, R (Air Force)
* Stanley (Air Force Region 3 Administrative Assistant)
* Stetson (Navy/Marine Corps.)

MOBILE/PORTABLE/FIELD DAY

* Anderson
* Arthur (Field Day)
* Biccum (Field Day)
* Boccardi (Field Day)
* Bouthillier (Field Day)
* Branch (Field Day)
* Brown (Field Day)
* Brubaker
* Buck
* Carlson (Mobile)
* Carruth (FM, HT's, 10m SSB)
* Chatham (Mobile)
* Coffee (Field Day)
* Cooke (Field Day)
* Curry (Motorcycle Mobile, Portable, and Field Day)
* Czaikowski (Mobile and Field Day)
* Daney (Mobile)
* Eisenberg (Mobile)
* Ellenberg (Field Day)
* Emm
* Feeney (Mobile/Field Day)
* Forman (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Gray
* Green (Mobile/Portable)
* Hambrecht (Mobile/Field Day)
* Hare (RFI issues)
* Hawks (Mobile/Portable)
* Heedles (Field Day, WWW Page)
* Hendershot
* Henderson (Field Day)
* Hilton (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Hornberger (Field Day)
* Kiepura (Field Day)
* Kilgore (Mobile)
* Kincaid (Mobile)
* Kolb
* Laakkonen (Mobile)
* LaCaze (Field Day)
* Lacouture (Field Day)
* Lefever (Mobile/Portable/Field Day, including HF/VHF/UHF All
Modes)
* Liew
* Long (Field Day)
* Lorentz (Field Day)
* Lowman (Field Day)
* Morris (Portable)
* Neal (Mobile/Portable)
* Nickolaus (Field Day)
* Nugent (Field Day)
* Ozbirn (Field Day)
* Patton (Field Day)
* Perham (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Petri (Field Day)
* Placer
* Quick (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Ratchford (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Redding, J (Portable)
* Rego (Field Day)
* Richards (Mobile/Portable)
* Roberson (Mobile)
* Robinson (Mobile)
* Rosenfeld (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Rossi (Field Day)
* Rymell (Field Day)
* Sefranek
* Sohl, R (Mobile/Portable/Field Day)
* Sproul, K
* Stanley (Viking, MN, Amateur Radio Society Field Day Chairman)
* Thomas, G
* Weingarten (Field Day)
* Wetzel (Mobile/Portable)
* White (Mobile/Portable)
* Wintheiser (Mobile/Field Day)
* Winward (Mobile and Portable)
* Wright (Field Day)

NATIONAL TRAFFIC SYSTEM (NTS)

* Boccardi
* Carlson
* Czaikowski
* Forman
* Goldstein (NCS FL Net, Packet)
* Hambrecht
* Neeson (Eastern Canada, NTS Training for CW, Phone, and Digital
Modes WWW Page)
* Scribner

NOVICE/TECH INSTRUCTION

* Anderson
* Arthur (including classes for Scouts)
* Avnet (Instructor)
* Biccum
* Bouthillier
* Boyd


* Branch
* Brown
* Buck
* Budd

* Calvert
* Carlson
* Cooke (Instructor, Rules and Regulations)
* Czaikowski
* Danaher
* DeWolf (Instructor)
* Dibble (Novice/Tech CW and Theory)
* Dooley


* Emm
* Feeney
* Forman

* Gieszczykiewicz
* Gray
* Hamilton, T (ARRL Instructor)
* Hancock (General Technical/Theory Questions)
* Henderson (CW/Theory Classes)
* Hicks (including RF Theory)
* Hilton
* Hornberger (Novice through General)
* Howard, D
* Iezzi (North Hills Amateur Radio Club, Pittsburgh, PA Elmer Net)
* Kilgore
* Kincaid
* Lacouture
* Lacy (NuTest and NuMorse Ham Training Software for Windows)
* Lavin (Uncle Bob's Radio School)
* Losty (Instructor for Local Classes from Novice to Extra)
* Maia (W5YI Group Education Division)
* Mims (ARRL Instructor)
* Morris
* Mosher


* Neal
* Neeson
* Nichols

* Ozbirn
* Paperman


* Peerenboom (Dayton, OH E-mail Elmers)

* Perrault
* Pitts


* Quick
* Redding, J
* Rego

* Richards
* Roberson
* Rosenfeld
* Rymell
* Scribner
* Sefranek (Elmer Sessions every Monday Night)
* Simpson
* Sohl, R (Novice and Tech Classes, 4-6 times a year)
* Stetson (Classes)


* Twigger (Amateur and Commercial Radio Exam Practice WWW Pages)

* Veach (Novice/Tech Classes)
* Weingarten
* Wetzel
* Winchell
* Winward
* Wright (Morse Code, Novice, and Technician)

PACKET AND DIGITAL NETWORKING

* Ackermann (including TCP/IP, TAPR, Net-SIG, Kantronics D4-10
19.2kBaud Radio Modems, Linux/TNOS BBS, Linux Native-AX.25 Switch,
Duplex Repeaters for 9600 and 19.2kBaud, Joint IP Coordinator for
Ohio Subnet, Author of Wireless Networking Books)
* Angus (TCP/IP, NOS, UUPC, Tnet, and SNEWS, Unix, Windows IP
Coordinator for CA - LA County Subnet)
* Arthur (APRS and MSYS BBS)
* Barbo
* Boccardi (including APRS)
* Bouthillier
* Czaikowski
* Duba
* Estey (TAPR North American Digital Systems Directory WWW Page)
* Forman
* Goldstein (TAPR TNC-2 Firmware, Packet Radio and TAPR WWW Server)
* Gray
* Hawks
* Hendershot
* Hilton
* Jarrett (GRAPES High-Speed Networking WWW Page)


* Jones (TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives, Mailing Lists, and
Membership Info)

* Karn (SQPSK Software Modem for Amateur Satellites)
* Long
* Mann (Wearable Computing using GRAPES 56 kBaud Radio Modems)
* Meredith (AZ VHF/UHF Digital Coordinator, Director of AZ Network
Intertie Group, F6FBB Packet BBS Mailing List and Support BBS, and


ArizonaONE Wired & Wireless)
* Neal

* Neeson
* Nichols
* Nickolaus (IP Coordinator for Nebraska Subnet, F6FBB BBS Sysop,
TheNet Node Operator, Regional Packet Symposium Organizer)
* Ozbirn
* Perrault


* Ratchford
* Redding, J

* Richardson, H
* Richardson, W
* Rogers (Packet Radio WWW Pages)
* Rymell
* Schmitz
* Scribner
* Seney (Macnet)
* Sproul, K (APRS, including WWW Page, GPS, DGPS)
* Sproul, M (APRS, including WWW Page)
* Stannard (TCP/IP, JNOS, IP Coordinator for AK subnet)
* Stetson


* Thomas, G
* Watters
* Weingarten
* Wetzel

* Wilkins (including APRS)
* Williams, R

PART-15 BROADCASTING

* Eisenberg
* Hendershot
* Ozbirn

POWER SUPPLIES

* Anderson
* Bishop
* Bouthillier
* Buck
* Chatham
* Curry
* Forman
* Gieszczykiewicz
* Gray
* Hambrecht
* Hawks
* Hendershot
* Hilton
* Howard, J
* Lefever
* Long
* Morris
* Neal
* Nugent


* Ozbirn
* Perrault
* Petri
* Quick

* Rego
* Richards
* Roberson


* Sefranek
* Simpson
* Sohl, R

* Taubman
* Wetzel
* White
* Winward

PRODUCT INFO/FEEDBACK

* Arthur (Alabama Radio WWW Page)
* Collier (ADI/Premier Communications WWW Page)
* deVolpi (AmSoft and World of Ham Radio Product Announcements
Mailing List, WWW Page, and FTP Archive)
* Fehrmann (HamQuest Auctions for Ham Radio and Electronics)


* Gunton (Microwave Components/Techlock Distributing WWW Page)

* Hodgdon (Military and Surplus Equipment, Law Enforcement
Communications and Electronics)
* Howard, J (SpectSoft WWW Page and Anonymous FTP Archives)


* Jones (TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives, Mailing Lists, and
Membership Info)

* Lacy (NuTest and NuMorse Ham Training Software for Windows WWW
Page)
* Luszcz (Macintosh Shareware, including MacMultiMeter)
* Meredith (F6FBB Packet BBS Mailing List and Support BBS, and
ArizonaONE Wired & Wireless)
* Moell, J (Radio Direction Finding Equipment)
* Muncey (Radio Era Archives, Schematics and Documentation, WWW
Page)


* Paperman (Manuals, Service Information, and Literature)

* Rhea (Icom 706, 735, and 726)


* Richards (Retired 2-Way Radio Service Technician with 25 Years of
Service with Motorola C&E Repairing, Installing, and Testing
Commercial 2-Way Radio Equipment, including Pagers, Portables,
Mobiles, Base and Control Stations, Repeaters, Closed-Circuit
Television, Communications Consoles, Remote Control Equipment,
Microwave, and Multiplex)

* Seney (Macnet, including Anonymous FTP Archive and WWW Page)
* Strobel (K6PBT Dealer Directory WWW Home Page)

QRP (LOW POWER)

* Barbo
* Bouthillier
* Chatham
* Croce
* Emm (including Colorado QRP Club WWW Page)
* Halbert (Homebrew)
* Hendershot


* Howard, D
* LaCaze

* Lowman
* Petri
* Pitts
* Quick
* Rifleman
* Rosenfeld
* Rymell
* Sohl, R
* Thomas, G
* Turner, C (QRP)


* Wetzel
* White
* Winward

QUARTER CENTURY WIRELESS ASSOCIATION (QCWA)

* Boyd
* Buck (Hawaii)
* Czaikowski
* Hambrecht
* Kilgore
* Lowman
* Neal
* Nickolaus
* Perrault
* Winward

RADIO AMATEURS OF CANADA (RAC)

* Pulfer (Treasurer, Webmaster, WWW Page, and Free Canadian Amateur


Radio Callsign E-mail Address Aliases)

RADIO CONTROL (RC)

* Anderson
* Bishop
* Bouthillier
* Buck (Sailplanes)
* Gieszczykiewicz
* Hancock
* Hilton
* Ozbirn
* Ratchford
* Subastian
* Taubman
* White

RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFERENCE (RFI)

* Anderson
* Avnet
* Bouthillier
* Chatham
* Coffee
* Danaher
* Eisenberg
* Forman
* Gray
* Hambrecht
* Hancock (including Pager Interference)
* Hare (including Automotive, Telephone, and Cable Television)
* Hendershot
* Hennigan (Principal Area of Expertise)
* Hilton
* Lacouture
* Lefever
* Neal
* Nichols
* Nutter
* Paperman (including Signature Analysis)


* Roberson
* Rossi
* Sefranek

* Sohl, R
* Stanley
* Subastian
* Taubman

* Thomson (Telephone and Lightning Protection)
* Wall
* Wetzel
* Winward

RADIO SOCIETY OF GREAT BRITAIN (RSGB)

* Boyce
* Forman

RECIPROCAL LICENSING/FOREIGN OPERATION

* Bertolino (Italy)
* DeWolf (Belize and Canada)
* Howard, D (USA and UK under CEPT)
* Komppa (Foreign Licensing WWW Page)
* Witte (Japan)

REPEATERS

* Ackermann (Duplex Packet, 9600 and 19.2kBaud)
* Arthur (Programmable Controllers, including the CAT-300)
* Avnet (Building and Maintaining)
* Bouthillier
* Chatham


* Curry (Trustee, Washington, DC RACES Repeater)

* Custer (including Building and Link Systems)
* DeWolf (Repeater Linking, St. Lawrence Valley Repeater Council
Frequency Coordinator, Past President of the Champlain Regional
Repeater Association)
* Forman
* Gray
* Green
* Hendershot
* Hilton
* Kincaid
* Lefever (Vice President and Assistant Technical Chairman, Twin
Cities Repeater Club, TCRC)
* Long
* Meredith
* Neal
* Nichols
* Ozbirn
* Perham
* Ratchford
* Richards
* Rymell


* Sefranek
* Sohl, R

* Wetzel
* Wilkins (including UHF)
* Winchell (220 MHz-and-up Repeater Coordinator, Michigan-Area
Repeater Council)
* Witte (VHF and UHF)

SAFETY

* Boccardi (Electrical/Grounding)
* Chatham (Electrical)
* Curry (Electrical and RF)
* Danaher (RF)
* Feeney
* Forman (RF)
* Gieszczykiewicz (Electrical)
* Gray (Chemical and Electrical)
* Hare (RF Exposure Regulations)
* Hawks (RF)
* Hendershot (Electrical and RF)
* Hennigan (Electrical and RF)
* Howard, J (Chemical, Electrical, and RF)
* Kolb (Electrical)
* LaCaze (Electrical)
* Lacouture (Electrical and RF)
* Long (Electrical and RF)
* Neal (RF)
* Nutter (Electrical)
* Ornitz (Chemicals, Toxic Materials, Antique/Boatanchor
Refurbishing, Electrical, and RF)
* Ozbirn (Electrical and RF)
* Paperman (RF)
* Perham (Electrical and RF)
* Ratchford (Chemical, Electrical, and RF)
* Rego (Electrical and RF)
* Richardson, H
* Robinson (Chemical)
* Rosenfeld (Electrical)
* Simpson (Electrical)
* Stanley (RF)
* Taubman (RF)
* Turner, W (Chemical)
* Wetzel (Chemical, Electrical, and RF)
* Winward (Electrical)

SATELLITES/ORBITAL SATELLITE CARRYING AMATEUR RADIO (OSCAR)/SHUTTLE AMATEUR
RADIO EXPERIMENT (SAREX)/AMATEUR RADIO ON THE INTERNATIONAL SPACE STATION
(ARISS)

* Anderson
* Barbo (OSCAR)
* Bauer (OSCAR, AMSAT VP for Human Spaceflight Program, Member of


SAREX Working Group, Member of US Delegation for ARISS, NASA/SAREX
WWW Page)

* Bertolino (RadioSputniks and DOVE Telemetry)
* Bouthillier (OSCAR)
* Gavila (OSCAR, KO-25, UO-22, LU-19, AO-16)
* Hendershot
* Karn (SQPSK Software Modem)
* Lacouture (OSCAR)
* Marchant (OSCAR, SAREX School Group Technical Mentor)
* Morris
* Nichols
* Nutter (SAREX)
* Thomas, G (OSCAR)
* Wilkins
* Williams, R (Extra-Terrestrial Amateur Satellites and Probes
Mailing List)
* Williamson (AMSAT Vice President for Electronic Publishing, AMSAT
WWW Page, AMSAT Anonymous FTP Archive, AMSAT E-mail Aliases, AMSAT
Public Mailing Lists, and Author or Maintainer of Various
Satellite and Packet Radio Software Packages)

SCOUTING

* Biccum (Cub Scout Den Leader)
* Moss (Bou Scout Troup 81, Radio Merit Badge Counselor and Junior
Assistant Scoutmaster)
* Neal
* Sohl, B (Radio Merit Badge Counselor)
* Weingarten (Cub Scout Den Leader, Pack 62, Den 2)

SEARCH FOR EXTRATERRESTRIAL INTELLIGENCE (SETI)

* Kilgore
* Ozbirn
* Perham
* Ratchford
* Shuch (SETI League Executive Director and WWW Page)


* Smit (WWW Page)
* Wetzel

SEMINARS/LECTURES/OTHER CLUB ACTIVITIES

* Anderson
* Boccardi
* Calvert


* Crestohl (Moderator of the Internet & Web Forum at the Dayton
Hamvention)

* Emm
* Hendershot
* Henderson
* Lacouture
* Neal
* Nickolaus (Nebraska Packet Symposiums and Regional Ham Radio
Conventions)
* Ozbirn
* Paperman (EMI/RFI)
* Richardson, H
* Robinson
* Rosenfeld (Presenter at QRP Forum at Dayton Hamvention)
* Sussman (Speaker and Host of PACTOR Forum at Dayton Hamvention)


* Thomas, G
* Watters

* Wetzel

SPREAD SPECTRUM

* Bible (WWW Page)
* Hendershot
* Hilton


* Jones (TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives, Mailing Lists, and
Membership Info)

* Karn
* Taubman
* Wilkins

TELEVISION, FAST-SCAN (ATV)

* Curry (Amateur and Commercial, Manager, WHUT-TV Television,
Channel 32, Washington, DC)
* Harlan (ATV Quarterly)
* Hendershot
* Hilton
* Kiepura
* Moisan (Experience Shooting Video in Studio and Field for
Public-Access TV)
* Neal
* Nichols
* Ozbirn
* Pawson (Editor, CQ-TV Magazine and Webmaster, British Amateur
Television Club WWW Page)
* Ratchford


* Sohl, R
* Subastian

* White

TELEVISION, SLOW-SCAN (SSTV)

* Barbo
* Cieslak, C
* Hilton
* Kilgore
* Langner (including FAQ and WWW Page)
* Ozbirn
* Ratchford
* Sohl, R


* Sproul, K
* Subastian

TOWERS

* Avnet (and Grounding Systems)
* Bouthillier
* Forman
* Gray
* Lefever
* Neal
* Ozbirn
* Perham
* Ratchford
* Richards


* Roberson
* Rossi
* Sefranek

* Sohl, B (Zoning Issues)
* Sohl, R
* Thompson
* Veach
* Wetzel

TUCSON AMATEUR PACKET RADIO (TAPR)

* Ackermann (Net-SIG Mailing List, Vice President, and Board Member,
Author of Wireless Networking Books)
* Bible (Spread Spectrum WWW Page)
* Bourne
* Estey (North American Digital Systems Directory WWW Page)
* Goldstein (WWW Page, TNC-2 Firmware)


* Jones (TAPR President, WWW Pages, FTP Archives, Mailing Lists, and
Membership Info)

* Nichols
* Pitts
* Ratchford


* Sproul, K
* Subastian

UNIX AND CLONES

* Ackermann (including TNOS/Linux BBS and Linux Native-AX.25 Switch)
* Angus (including Unix/Windows TCP/IP and Sendmail)
* Boyce
* Carruth (System Administration, Phoenix, AZ Linux Users Group)
* Chatham
* Cieslak, C (including System, WWW, and FTP Administration)
* Gieszczykiewicz
* Ozbirn
* Pitts
* Rhea
* Sefranek
* Subastian
* Thomson
* Wetzel
* Wilkins
* Williams, R (including Programming)
* Zurn

VERY HIGH FREQUENCY (VHF)/ULTRA HIGH FREQUENCY (UHF)

* Anderson
* Avnet (VHF/UHF and Repeaters)
* Barbo (VHF/UHF)
* Bouthillier (VHF)
* Chatham
* Coffee (6 meters and Contests)
* Collier
* Curry
* Custer
* Eisenberg
* Emm (VHF/UHF)
* Forman
* Gapinski (VHF CW Meteor Scatter)
* Gray
* Green (VHF/UHF)
* Hendershot
* Hilton (VHF)
* Humphries (2m FM)
* Johnson, R (VHF/UHF)
* Kiepura (VHF)
* Laakkonen (VHF)
* Lefever (VHF/UHF, including All Modes and Mobile)
* Lowman
* Meredith
* Morris
* Moseson


* Neal
* Nichols
* Nugent
* Ozbirn

* Petri (Weak Signal)
* Pitts (VHF)
* Ratchford (VHF/UHF)
* Redding, J (VHF/UHF)
* Rego (VHF)
* Rhea (VHF, including 6 Meters)
* Richards
* Rosenfeld (VHF/UHF)
* Sefranek (VHF)
* Sohl, B (VHF)
* Sohl, R (UHF)
* Stanley
* Subastian (VHF/UHF)
* Taubmano (VHF/UHF)
* Thomas, G (VHF/UHF)
* Thomson (Commercial VHF and UHF)
* Wetzel (VHF/UHF)
* Wilkins (VHF/UHF, Caledonia Amateur VHF Enthusiasts WWW Page)
* Winward (VHF/UHF)
* Witte (including VHF and UHF Repeaters, Portable, Mountaintopping,
and Colorado 14er Radio Event)

VOLUNTEER EXAMINER (VE) AND INDUSTRY (COMMUNICATIONS) CANADA (IC) EXAMINER
PROGRAMS

* Adams, D
* Anderson (Laurel)
* Avery (W5YI and ARRL)
* Avnet (W5YI Contact and ARRL VE)
* Boccardi (ARRL)
* Bouthillier
* Boyd (ARRL and W5YI)
* Brown (ARRL)
* Buck (ARRL)
* Budd (ARRL)
* Coffee (ARRL)
* Collier (ARRL and W5YI)
* Cooke (Industry Canada Designated Examiner)
* Curry (ARRL)
* Czaikowski (ARRL)
* Danaher
* DeWolf (Industry Canada Designated Examiner)
* Dibble (ARRL and W5YI)
* Dooley (ARRL)
* Eisenberg (W5YI)
* Ellenberg (ARRL)
* Emm (ARRL)
* Feeney (ARRL)
* Forman (ARRL and W5YI)
* Gray (ARRL and Arkansas Area Team Liaison)
* Hamilton, T (ARRL)
* Hart (ARRL)
* Heedles (ARRL, KY1N Memorial Volunteer Examination List, VEWD Exam
Session Software)
* Hendershot (W5YI)
* Henderson (ARRL and WCARS)
* Hennigan
* Hilton (ARRL and W5YI)
* Jahnke (ARRL VEC Manager, Member of NCVEC Question Pool Committee)
* Kolb (ARRL and W5YI)
* LaCaze (ARRL and W5YI)
* Lacouture (ARRL)
* Lavin (ARRL, W5YI, et al)
* Lorentz (ARRL)
* Maia (W5YI VEC)
* Mims (ARRL)
* Mosher (ARRL)
* Neal (W5YI)
* Nichols (ARRL, Laurel, and W5YI)
* Nutter (ARRL)
* Ozbirn (ARRL, W5YI, and Central Alabama)
* Paperman
* Patton
* Perham (ARRL)
* Perrault
* Petri (ARRL)
* Pitts (ARRL)
* Richardson, H
* Roberson (Central Alabama)
* Rosenfeld (ARRL, Laurel and W5YI)
* Rossi (ARRL and W5YI, Burlington ARC)
* Scribner
* Sefranek (ARRL, MA Contact)
* Simpson (ARRL and W5YI)
* Sohl, B
* Solomon (ARRL)
* Stetson (ARRL)
* Sussman (W5YI)
* Sweeney (ARRL)
* Turner, W (ARRL)
* Veach
* Weingarten (ARRL)
* Wilson (ARRL)
* Winchell (ARRL)

WIRELESS INSTITUTE OF AUSTRALIA (WIA)

* Green
* Murnane (E-mail Contacts and WWW Pages)

WOMEN (YL)

* Cushman

YOUTH

* Adams, J
* Arthur (ARRL AL ASM of Youth Services, Former President and Vice
President of League of Young Radio Amateurs, Young Amateur Radio
Operators Webring)
* Barbo
* Biccum (including Scouting)
* Carlson
* Coffee
* Green
* Heedles
* Hicks
* Kiepura
* Lacouture
* Moss (including Scouting)
* Neal
* Nichols
* Roberson
* Winward
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Amateur Radio: Elmers List Geographic Quick-Search Index
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(_Note:_ This index only lists Elmers with explicit geographic
information in their entries.)

AUSTRALIA

* Davis
* Murnane (New South Wales)

CANADA

Ontario

* Cooke (Orillia)
* DeWolf (Braeside)
* Legary (Maidstone)
* Mann (Toronto)
* Neeson (Brockville)
* Pulfer (Kingston)

FINLAND

* Komppa (Nummela)

GERMANY

* Gapinski (Dettenheim)

INDONESIA

* Subastian

ITALY

* Bertolino
* Zurn (Ispra)

JAMAICA

* Wilkinson

MALAYSIA

* Liew

MOROCCO

* Boudda (Rabat)

PHILIPPINES, THE

* Duba (Malolos, Bulacan)

SPAIN

* Gavila (Benetusser, Valencia)

SWITZERLAND

* Mancastroppa (Gland)

UNITED KINGDOM (UK)

* Boyce (West Midlands)
* D'Arcy (Lincolnshire)
* Gilliver
* Howard, D (London, England)
* Lacy (Codsall, Wolverhampton)
* Pawson
* Williams, R (Aberdeen, Scotland)

UNITED STATES OF AMERICA (USA)

Alabama

* Arthur (Russellville)
* Roberson (Arab)

Alaska

* Stannard (Anchor Point/Homer)

Arizona

* Carruth (Tempe/Phoenix)
* Jones (Tucson)
* Meredith
* Munsil (Prescott)
* Redding, J (Tucson)
* Winkler (Phoenix)

Arkansas

* Gray (Searcy)
* Ratchford (Marshall)
* Simpson (Harrisburg)

California

* Angus (Gardena/Los Angeles)
* Avnet (Fountain Valley)
* Barbo (Corning)
* Bourne (Orange)
* Boyd (Igo, Shasta County, Northern California)
* Coffee (Torrance)
* Collier (Brea)
* Cushman (Huntington Beach)
* Green (Pearblossom)
* Howard, J (Oakdale)
* Lavin (Chatsworth)
* Lowman (San Bernardino)
* Luszcz (Palo Alto)
* Moell, A (Orange County)
* Taubman (Belmont)
* Thompson (Lennox)
* Turner, C (Irvine)
* Wetzel (Orange)
* Wilson (Orange)
* Wright (San Lorenzo, East San Francisco Bay Area)

Colorado

* Emm (Aurora)
* Kurtz (Arvada)
* Weingarten (Erie)
* Witte

Connecticut

* Hare (Newington)
* Henderson (Vernon)
* Jahnke (Newington)
* Lau (Newington) o
* Losty (Bethany)
* Tracy (Newington)

Delaware

* Hart (Bear)

District of Columbia

* Curry

Florida

* Brown (Naples, Collier County)
* Croce (Holly Hill)
* Goldstein
* Hilton (Orlando)
* Kolb (December through May: Vero Beach)
* Laakkonen (Port St. Lucie)
* White (Hudson)

Georgia

* Hambrecht (Manchester)
* Humphries (Atlanta)
* Jarrett
* Solomon (Smyrna)
* Veach (North Georgia Mountains in Blairsville)
* Williams, T (College Park)

Hawaii

* Buck (Waimea, Hawaii County, Big Island)

Idaho

* Morris (Post Falls)

Illinois

* Cieslak, C (Champaign-Urbana)
* Putman (Elgin)

Indiana

* Dooley (Indianapolis)
* Gutstadt (Bloomington)
* Hawks (Kokomo)

Kansas

* Calvert (Great Bend)
* Neal (Stilwell)

Louisiana

* Johansen (Metairie)
* LaCaze (Morgan City)
* Watters (Elm Grove)

Maine

* Feeney (Scarborough)
* Scribner (Gardiner)

Maryland

* Anderson (Frederick)
* Bauer (Silver Spring)
* Carlson (School Year: Baltimore)
* Curry (Adelphi)
* Kincaid (St. Leonard)
* Nichols (Gaithersburg)

Massachusetts

* Halbert (near Boston)
* Lacouture (Franklin)
* Langner (Chelmsford)
* Mims (Taunton)
* Moisan (Salem)
* Sefranek (Shirley)
* Thomas, G (Springfield)

Michigan

* Daney (Lambertville)
* Dibble (Delton)

Minnesota

* Brakob (Plymouth)
* Lefever (Burnsville)
* Lorentz (Annandale)
* Stanley (Janesville)
* Wintheiser (Meeker County)

Mississippi

* Ozbirn (Rienzi)
* Richardson, H (Brookhaven)

Missouri

* Hornberger (St. Louis)
* Robinson
* Schmitz (Ewing)

Nebraska

* Nickolaus (South Sioux City)

Nevada

* Richards (Sparks)

New Hampshire

* Heedles (Amherst)
* Hennigan (Rindge)
* Seney (Manchester)

New Jersey

* Boccardi (North Brunswick)
* Carlson (School Vacation: South Plainfield)
* Moseson
* Placer (Oakland)
* Shuch (Little Ferry)
* Sohl, B (Budd Lake)
* Sproul, K (North Brunswick)
* Sproul, M (North Brunswick)
* Winward (Whitehouse Station)

New Mexico

* Sohl, R (Nogal)

New York

* Avery (Canandaigua)
* Eisenberg (Merrick)
* Ellenberg (New York City)
* Howard, D (Nyack)
* Long (Scotia)
* Rego (Verplanck)
* Thomson (Rifton/Kingston)
* Traver (Lisle)

North Carolina

* Nutter (Kitty Hawk, Dare County)
* Perham (Shiloh)
* Rifleman (Cary)
* Turner, W (Weddington)

Ohio

* Ackermann (Dayton)
* Carter (Somerset)
* Gunton (Dayton)
* Nugent (Beavercreek, near Dayton)
* Peerenboom (Dayton)

Oklahoma

* Adams, D (Lawton)

Oregon

* Hamilton, T
* Hendershot (Grant's Pass)
* Mosher (Salem)
* Rosenfeld (Eugene)

Pennsylvania

* Adams, J (Delmont)
* Budd (Monroeville)
* Custer (Somerset)
* Czaikowski (Lincoln University)
* de Volpi (New Cumberland)
* Gieszczykiewicz (Pittsburgh)
* Iezzi (Pittsburgh)
* Rymell (Muncy, Lycoming County)

Rhode Island

* Bouthillier (Coventry)

South Carolina

* Hicks (Blacksburg)

Tennessee

* Ornitz (Kingsport)

Texas

* Branch (Universal City)
* Chatham (Austin)
* Danaher (Mesquite)
* Hodgdon (Mesquite)
* Kilgore (Georgetown)
* Maia (Dallas)
* Paperman (Cut 'n Shoot)
* Patton (Comanche)
* Petri (Palestine)
* Rhea (Coppell)
* Sohl, R (Odessa and Alpine)

Utah

* Brubaker (Draper)

Vermont

* Crestohl (Cambridge)
* Rossi (Essex Junction)
* Stetson (Westford)
* Wilkins (St. Johnsbury)

Virginia

* Chapman (Fredericksburg)
* Forman (Fredericksburg)
* Kolb (May through December: Hillsville)
* Marchant (Marshall)
* Sweeney (Roanoke)

Washington

* Biccum (Issaquah)
* Miles (Seattle)
* Pitts (Anacortes)

West Virginia

* Hancock (Shady Springs)

Wisconsin

* Twigger (Milwaukee)
* Witkowski (Stevens Point)
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Amateur Radio: Elmers Resource Directory

More information about this list can be found in the companion posting
to this file, "Amateur Radio: Elmers List Info and Administrivia."

73, Paul, K3FU
_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

John Ackermann N8UR

j...@febo.com

http://www.febo.com/

My primary interests are in packet radio network building
(particularly higher speed stuff) and TCP/IP. I've got quite a lot of
info on using the Kantronics D4-10 19.2kB radios, as that's the
hardware we've been struggling with here.

I'm now working heavily with Linux, and help run a TNOS/Linux BBS, and
a Linux native-AX.25 switch. Although I'm not "the world's greatest
authority" on either, I'd be happy to help folks with questions to the
extent I can.

I've developed some experience with full-duplex packet repeaters. I've
built 2 19.2 repeaters, and am working on a 9600 Baud one now.

My World-Wide Web Page above has a reasonable set of resources for
digital networking, including HTML versions of some of my work,
sample configuration files for Linux AX.25, and some Linux software
tools, as well as the Ohio IP address coordination info.

I've just finished writing a book on TCP/IP that TAPR will publish
(hopefully) by the end of the year. It'll be called _Networking
Without Wires_ and is a completely rewritten, and greatly expanded,
version of the old _IntroNOS_ document I wrote several years ago. In
the meantime, I've made the old _IntroNOS_ available in HTML format on
my World-Wide Web Page above.

TAPR (Tucson Amateur Packet Radio) has formed a special interest group
to discuss issues of regional packet networking (Net-SIG). As a
result, the TAPR net-sig mailing list was born, and is now ready for
operation.

This list is <not> intended to replace any of the existing
packet-related mailing lists. Its purpose is provide a medium for
communications among those interested in packet radio networking, both
dealing with technical issues and political/regulatory ones. We'll
discuss things like how the potential 219MHz band will fit into the
networking picture, how to link areas using different networking
schemes, how to set network parameters, etc. The list's charter will
be posted there regularly.

The address of the list is net...@tapr.org and you can subscribe by
sending mail to list...@tapr.org with the text "join netsig".

Apart from subscribing to the list, you can contact me for further
details about the Net-SIG (including upcoming conferences).

TAPR Vice President and Board Member

Joint ampr.org IP Coordinator for Ohio subnet (44.71.xxx.xxx)

Please direct all correspondence regarding the assignment of ampr.org
IP numbers in Ohio to:

ipa...@febo.com

which is a mailing list read by a team of coordinators.

[_Editor's Note:_ All ampr.org coordinators are listed in the document
at:

ftp://ftp.ucsd.edu/hamradio/amprnets

]
_________________________________________________________________

Deryl W. Adams KJ5RT

ma...@lawtonok.net
ma...@sonetcom.com

http://members.xoom.com/Magikal/

ICQ#: 1727969

Voice: +1 (580) 355-1858
Work: +1 (580) 355-0894
FAX: +1 (580) 355-8617

Lawton, Oklahoma
USA

* CW
* IBM PC's
* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Joshua Adams N3XGR

n3...@qsl.net

http://www.qsl.net/n3xgr/

+1 (412) 468-3774

111 Kenneth Drive
Delmont, PA 15626-1107
USA

* ARES
* Youth

I am a teenage amateur radio operator and am involved with ARES.

ARRL Official Emergency Station (OES)

(I have also had ARRL training to become an Emergency Coordinator, or
EC.)

ARES/RACES Index World-Wide Web Page

(available from my home page, above)

Owner, ARES/RACES Reflector

(See Alan Waller's entry for subscription information.)
_________________________________________________________________

Wesley Alois KA3QGV

ka3...@cw.umd.edu

Maintenance expertise and technical notes for the Kenwood TR-2200A
transceiver
_________________________________________________________________

Barry Anderson K3SUI

band...@eni.net

+1 (301) 620-0270

2404 Dominion Dr #3C
Frederick, MD 21702
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Antique and Older Equipment
* CW
* EME
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF/DX
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Mobile/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* OSCAR
* Power Supplies
* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI
* Seminars/Lectures
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (Laurel VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Jeff Angus WA6FWI

jan...@grendel.com
WA6FWI@WA6FWI.#SCA.CA.USA.NOAM

http://www.grendel.com

I run NOS as a tcp/ip <--> AX.25 mail bbs gateway. I also run a few
nodes, And, I have successfully installed UUPC/extended 1.11k and
SNEWS for those MS-DOS afficionados out there. UNIX, Windows
networking information available.

ampr.org IP Coordinator for California - Los Angeles County (44.16.xxx.xxx)

Hardware, software and wetware questions answered either with correct
answers or the name of someone who does know.

J. Angus, 15900 Crenshaw Blvd. Suite G533 Gardena, CA 90249-4832, USA.
Phone numbers: +1 (310) 253-0929 pager or +1 (310) 287-0618 voice.

[_Editor's Note:_ All ampr.org coordinators are listed in the document
at:

ftp://ftp.ucsd.edu/hamradio/amprnets

]
_________________________________________________________________

Christopher Arthur KT4XA

kt...@aol.com
kt...@qsl.net

http://www.qsl.net/kt4xa/

+1 (256) 332-2889

606 Underwood Road
Russellville, AL 35654-8123
USA

* 10-X International (#68980)
* ARES/SKYWARN
* CW
* Field Day
* HF/Contesting
* IBM PC's
* League of Young Radio Amateurs (LYRA)
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking (APRS and MSYS)
* Repeaters
* Youth

* Teenage Extra-Class Ham
* Member, Franklin County (Alabama) ARES
* America On-Line (AOL Community Leader in the Radio Communications


Forum for Youth in Radio Communications

* ARRL Assistant Section Manager of Youth Services (Alabama Section)
* Volunteer, North Alabama SKYWARN
* Member, Alabama Emergency Response Team
* National Weather Service (NWS) Registered Storm Spotter

Contesting is my favorite activity. I operate as many contests as
possible, mainly on phone. I do operate CW often on the HF bands.
Field Day is a big deal for me. I have been Field Day coordinator for
two different groups in the past two years, including one in
Mississippi that used my callsign this past year. I operate mostly on
the HF bands, especially ten meters.

I am experienced with IBM-compatible computer systems, as well as
packet radio networking and BBS systems, specifically MSYS. I am also
experienced in APRS. I familiar with repeaters and controllers,
specifically the CAT-300 (DX). I am also involved in the recruiting
and licensing of other youth, and am planning classes for local Cub
Scouts/Boy Scouts.

Founder, and Former President and Vice President, League of Young Radio
Amateurs (LYRA)

LYRA World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.excellweb.com/lyra/

Ringmaster, Young Amateur Radio Operators Webring:

http://www.qsl.net/kt4xa/yaroring.html

Webmaster, Franklin County (Alabama) Amateur Radio Club:

http://www.qsl.net/fcarc/

Webmaster, Alabama Radio (Commercial Dealer):

http://members.aol.com/alaradio/
_________________________________________________________________

Stan Avery WM3D

wm...@frontiernet.net

Work: +1 (716) 473-3151 ext 109

Canandaigua, NY
USA

* Antique and Older Equipment
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* CW
* Volunteer Examiner

W5YI & ARRL VE, Code Tests, Rochester, NY area

Antique Wireless Association
_________________________________________________________________

Allan Avnet AB6UB

ab...@primenet.com

http://www.primenet.com/~ab6ub/

+1 (714) 531-6707

10549 Morning Glory Circle
Fountain Valley, CA 92708
USA

* Antennas
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* RACES (Fountain Valley Group)
* RFI
* Repeaters
* Towers
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI Contact and ARRL VE)

I build and maintain repeaters for our repeater group, help teach
classes and workshops on becoming a new ham, as well as building
equipment and kits. I also work on antenna systems, towers and
grounding systems.
_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

Kevin Barbo NZ6N

nz...@arrl.net
nz...@hotmail.com
AX.25: NZ6N@KE6LW.#NCA.CA.USA.NOAM

ICQ#: 28774692

Voice: +1 (530) 824-4130
FAX/Modem: +1 (530) 824-6721

Corning, CA 96021
USA

* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Design)
* CW
* HF/Contesting/DX
* IBM PC's
* OSCAR
* Packet and Digital Networking
* QRP
* RTTY
* SSTV
* VHF/UHF
* Youth

I am into some digital modes such as RTTY, PSK-31, SSTV,
Hellschreiber, CW, and packet. I like to design antenna types and try
to see if they will work, and if they don't work, try to MAKE them
work! I have done sone QRP, but not as much as I like to do other
things like DXing and especially CW. I also have 2 meter SSB and enjoy
working meteor scatter when there is a nice shower. I like to provide
emergency communications and also communications with public events. I
am also trying to get into laser communications. I know a lot about
it, but have never taken the time to get all the stuff that I need for
it. I am quite experienced in the computer field also. I have repaired
many computers for our school, both electronically and with
configuration of software, I am also really good with networks.
_________________________________________________________________

Frank Bauer KA3HDO

ka3...@amsat.org

Silver Spring, Maryland
USA

* AMSAT
* OSCAR
* SAREX

* AMSAT Vice President for Human Spaceflight Programs
* Member of SAREX Working Group
* Member of US Delegation for ARISS (Amateur Radio on the
International Space Station)
* Vice President, Goddard ARC (WA3NAN), Goddard Space Flight Center,
Greenbelt, Maryland
* 1983-1990 Operations Manager for WA3NAN Space Shuttle
Retransmission Facility

NASA SAREX World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.gsfc.nasa.gov/sarex/
_________________________________________________________________

Maurizio Bertolino


________________________________________________________________
I121171 Maurizio Bertolino - Short Wave Listener - Italy
SWL Manager of A.R.I. (Italian Amateur Radio Association)
Sysop of Trance *free* BBS in Italy +39-11-482751 28,8 bps
E-mail:I12...@amsat.org JRC-NRD535 Kenwood R5000 AOR3000A

425 DX NEWS Weekly Bulletin WWW PAGE (NEW SITE!!!)

- ------->> http://www-dx.deis.unibo.it/htdx/ <<---------

NEWS, INFO, RUMORS, DXPEDITIONS, IOTA ACTIVITIES and more

DX CALENDAR, WABA AWARD (rules & scores) now available

in English Version and Italian Version

Same server of the IK4LZH site for QSL MANAGERS.

I am an IOTA chaser, I work DX and I join contests. Actually I'm in
love with RS sats and DOVE telemetry. I'm the Shortwave Listening
(SWL) coordinator of the Italian Amateur Radio Association and I have
a regular SWL page in their official magazine Radio Rivista. Recently
I joined the 425 gang that produces the 425 DX News bulletin. I
translate it into English and send it to many DXers via E-mail. I also
maintain a WWW page to provide the bulletins graphically with previous
numbers and more to come. I've been an SWL since 1974 when I received
a receiver as gift from my parents. Now I'm 36 and I'm running also a
free BBS devoted to HAM/SWL.
_________________________________________________________________

Steve Bible N7HPR

n7...@amsat.org
n7...@tapr.org

Spread Spectrum World-Wide Web Page:

(Sponsored by Tucson Amateur Packet Radio, TAPR)

http://www.tapr.org/ss/
_________________________________________________________________

John Biccum N7TIN

bic...@gte.net

P.O. Box 134
Issaquah, WA 98027-0134
USA

* AMTOR/GTOR/PACTOR
* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Homebrew)
* Field Day
* HF
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Scouting
* Youth

* Build and experiment with HF and VHF antennas
* Operate digital modes PACTOR, GTOR, AMTOR
* Taught Technician license classes
* Cub Scout Den Leader
_________________________________________________________________

Larry Bishop

fro...@theramp.net

+1 (309) 647-6790

* Antennas (HF/Microwave/Dishes)
* Antique and Older Equipment
* HF
* Homebrewing
* Microwave
* Power Supplies
* Radio Control (RC)
_________________________________________________________________

Brian Boccardi N2MPM

n2...@worldnet.att.net
AX.25: N2...@KB4CYC.NJ

+1 (732) 297-2457

203 Bishop Blvd.
North Brunswick NJ 08902
USA

* APRS
* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN
* ARRL VE
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* Electrical Safety and Grounding
* Field Day
* NTS
* Packet And Digital Networking
* Seminars/Lectures
_________________________________________________________________

Ahmed Boudda CN8GI

cn...@mtds.com

Voice/FAX/Modem: +212 7 681720
Work: +212 7 794140

P.O. Box 6543
10101 Rabat
MOROCCO

* AMSAT
* Antennas (HF)
* DX

Occupation: Geology, Geophysics

Hobby: Numismatics
_________________________________________________________________

Ken Bourne W6HK

w6...@qsl.net
kbo...@earthlink.net
w6...@races.net
AX.25: W6HK@W6KRW.#SCA.CA.USA.NOAM

http://home.earthlink.net/~kbourne/

Voice: +1 (714) 997-0073
Work: +1 (714) 997-0600
FAX: +1 (714) 997-0555

Orange, CA
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (Microwave)
* Microwave
* RACES
* TAPR

Deputy State ACS Officer, California Governor's Office of Emergency Services:

http://www.races.net/sca/

Webmaster, National RACES Web Site:

http://www.races.net/

Microwave Applications Engineer, R F Associates, Inc.:

http://www.rfassociates.com/

* Senior Member, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers
(IEEE)
* Fellow, Radio Club of America
* Commercial Member, Association of Public-Safety Communications
Officials-International (APCO)
* Commercial Member, California Public-Safety Radio Association
(CPRA)
* Member, Armed Forces Communications & Electronics Association
(AFCEA)
* Life Member, American Radio Relay League (ARRL)
* Life Member, Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (AMSAT)
* Member, Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
* Life Member, Wheaton Community Radio Amateurs (WCRA)
* Member, San Bernardino Microwave Society
_________________________________________________________________

Ronald L. Bouthillier, Jr. N1OLF

n1...@qsl.net
ronn...@home.com
switch.coventry.ampr.org

http://www.qsl.net/n1olf/

+1 (401) 822-2804

12 Pond View Dr.
Coventry, RI 02816
USA

* 10-X International
* ARES
* Antennas (HF/Wire/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day
* HF/Contesting/DX
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* OSCAR
* Packet and Digital Networking
* PACTOR
* Power Supplies
* QRP
* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI
* Repeaters
* Towers
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

I have been in ham radio for 15 years and played and worked on many
modes and radios.

My home page above is a Link page I mostly use to find what I am
looking for.
_________________________________________________________________

Sid Boyce G3VBV

sz...@amdahl.com

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Quads/Magnetic Loops)
* Homebrewing
* Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB)
* UNIX
_________________________________________________________________

Jerry Boyd K6BZ

k6...@c-zone.net

Work/FAX: +1 (916) 396-2256

P.O. Box 252
Igo, CA 96047
USA
(Shasta County-Northern California)

* ARES/RACES
* Antennas (Beams/Yagis)
* HF/DX/Contesting
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QCWA
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

ARES Section Emergency Coordinator-Sacramento Valley (California) Section

ARRL Pacific Division Representative-Public Service Advisory Committee

Former ARRL Public Information Officer-San Diego (California) Section

RACES Radio Officer/Emergency Coordinator, Shasta County (California)

* DX Expertise, DX'er for about 20 years, 5 Band DXCC
* Contest Experience about 20 years, numerous contesting awards
_________________________________________________________________

Hans Brakob K0HB

k0...@arrl.org

Voice: +1 (612) 473-6246
FAX: +1 (612) 936-8333

Plymouth, Minnesota
USA

* Antennas
* Contesting/DX
_________________________________________________________________

Thomas P. Branch K4NR

k4...@qsl.net

http://www.qsl.net/~k4nr/

Voice: +1 (210) 566-4723
Work: +1 (210) 652-5863
FAX/Modem: +1 (210) 566-4724

8559 Athenian
Universal City, TX 78148
USA

* Antennas (Indoor)
* Contesting/DX
* CW
* Field Day
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services
* USAF MARS
* Novice/Tech Instruction
_________________________________________________________________

Donn Brown W4RAZ

w4...@qsl.net

Voice: +1 (941) 455-5577
FAX: +1 (941) 455-4990

* ARES
* CW
* Field Day
* IBM PC's
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ARES EC for Collier County, Florida (Naples)
_________________________________________________________________

Alan A. Brubaker KO7X

al...@es.com

Voice: +1 (801) 571-7009
Work: +1 (801) 588-7212
FAX: +1 (801) 588-4530

671 E. 13800 South
Draper UT 84020
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* Contesting
* CW
* Field Day
* HF
_________________________________________________________________

John Buck KH7T

jrb...@ilhawaii.net

Voice: +1 (808) 885-9718

P.O. Box 489, Kamuela, Hawaii 96743-0489
USA

Waimea, Hawaii County, Big Island, Hawaii
USA

* ARES
* Antennas
* Batteries
* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Mobile
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies
* Radio Control (RC, Model Sailplanes)
* QCWA
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL)

General Radiotelephone License (Old First Class Radiotelephone)

Graduate Electronics Engineer
_________________________________________________________________

Leonard W. Budd KD3QQ

kd...@qsl.net
kd...@aol.com
AX.25: KD...@W3OC.WPA.PA.USA.NOAM

http://www.qsl.net/kd3qq/

Voice: +1 (724) 327-2429
Work: +1 (412) 795-0700

223 College Park Drive
Monroeville, PA 15146
USA

* Antennas (Homebrew)
* Contesting
* CW
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
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Rickey Calvert KB0SYG

kb0...@hotmail.com

Work: +1 (316) 792-0730

808 Hickory St.
Great Bend, KS 67530
USA

* Batteries
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Seminars/Lectures

Volunteer Storm Spotter

Participant, Oklahoma University's Debris Project
_________________________________________________________________

Rob Carlson KC2AEI

rca...@umbc.edu

http://umbc.edu/~rcarls2/

School: +1 (443) 612-7108
Home: +1 (908) 754-5393

School:
UMBC
WH Chester 232C
1000 Hilltop Circle
Baltimore, MD 21250
USA

Home:
120 West Hendricks Blvd.
South Plainfield, NJ 07080-4710
USA

* ARES/RACES
* BBS's
* College Clubs
* Mobile
* NTS
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Youth

During the school year, I am in Baltimore college ARC at University of
Maryland, Baltimore County, which is home of the UMBC Amateur Radio
Club and KB3CVD:

http://umbc.edu/~rcarls2/hamradio/

During the winter and summer, I am in New Jersey. I am active in
ARES/RACES/NTS and local clubs in both areas, and would be glad to
help other young people get into the hobby of Amateur Radio,
particularly in the interests of Public Service and Disaster
Management.
_________________________________________________________________

Rusty Carruth N7IKQ


Rusty Carruth aka N7IKQ aka ru...@indirect.com (NIC: RC541)
The Phoenix Linux User's group has formed! Details: me, or:
URL: http://plug.phoenix.az.us/
Join the Usenet Un-Net: 1700-1900Z Saturdays, 28.410 or 28.390 MHz

Other possible E-mail addresses:

n7...@qso.com
ru...@descomp.com
rus...@inficad.com

Tempe/Phoenix, AZ
USA

* Callsign Data
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day (FM, HT's, 10m SSB)

I'm willing to act as a reference for anyone wanting info on getting
tapes (especially Callsign tapes) from the Department of Commerce
National Technical Information Service (NTIS) or wanting other info
on callsign-project related stuff.

One of these days I'll actually be around for the un-net! I promise,
really! (Well, maybe not. Is anyone even doing the un-net any more? If
so, E-mail me and maybe we'll actually do it!)

My job is currently System Administrator for a large UNIX site so I
know a little bit about day-to-day UNIX operations and UNIX
installation :-) My laptop currently runs Linux most of the time (over
99% of the time). I also have much experience with constructing E-mail
paths that will work rather than bounce. Currently I do software full
time (yay!), and am fiddling with some laser experiments - if I could
get some 'spare' time.

I also have a fair amount of experience in hardware/software
interfacing and machine control.
_________________________________________________________________

Steve Carter KA4IQD

ka4...@qsl.net
ka4...@hotmail.com

http://www.qsl.net/ka4iqd/

+1 (740) 743-1595

P.O. Box 403
Somerset, OH 43783
USA

* CW

For CW, I can teach from scratch or help increase speed.
_________________________________________________________________

Frederick Chapman W4CHT, NNN0PPE

NNN...@fls.infi.net

+1 (540) 786-3759

205 Goldvein Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22407
USA

* Navy/Marine Corps. MARS

MARS Afloat and Overseas Operations
_________________________________________________________________

Dale J. Chatham WA5WNI

da...@chatham.org

Austin, TX
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF)
* Batteries


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF/DX
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Internet Services
* Mobile


* Power Supplies
* QRP

* RFI
* Repeaters
* Electrical Safety
* UNIX
* VHF
_________________________________________________________________

Chris Cieslak AA9HD

ccie...@chriscieslak.com

http://www.chriscieslak.com/

+1 (708) 344-2024

Champaign-Urbana, Illinois
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* Batteries
* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Internet Services
* RTTY
* SSTV
* UNIX


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* Digital Mode Enthusiast
* Homebrewer
* Kit Builder
* Antenna Tinkerer

I am also experienced in general computing topics, including UNIX,
WWW, and FTP administration.
_________________________________________________________________

Peter Coffee AC6EN

pcc...@earthlink.net

Work: +1 (310) 371-8096

Torrance, CA
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis)
* HF/Contesting
* CW
* DSP
* Field Day
* Internet Services
* RFI


* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* Youth

ARRL Public Information Officer and Technical Specialist

My interests include 6 meters, SWL, and VHF contesting.

I am particularly interested in working with young people under 16.
_________________________________________________________________

Ken Collier KO6UX

ko...@adi-radio.com
rcf...@aol.com
AX.25: KO6UX@W6TJ.#SOCA.CA.USA.NA

ICQ#: 2386632

Work: +1 (714) 257-0300
FAX: +1 (714) 257-0600

P.O. Box 132
Brea, CA 92821-0132
USA

* Batteries
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

ARRL Technical Specialist

Customer Support Manager for ADI/Premier Communications

Maintainer, ADI/Premier Communications World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.adi-radio.com/

My expertise is mostly in VHF/UHF FM operation and the amateur radio
industry. I have been interviewed for Newsline, and the RAIN Report,
and I have written articles for QST, CQ VHF, Popular Communications,
Field Forum, and several other ham-radio-related publications. I am
also a member of REACT International and an active user of the General
Mobile Radio Service (GMRS).
_________________________________________________________________

Bob Cooke VE3BDB, VA3ROR

ve3...@encode.com
AX.25: VE3BDB@VE3FJB

http://www.qsl.net/ve3bdb/

Voice: +1 (705) 326-6306
FAX/Modem: +1 (705) 326-6303

Orillia, Ontario
CANADA



* Antique and Older Equipment

* Field Day
* HF/Contesting

* Industry Canada Designated Examiner

I maintain Wireless Set #19 page for those interested in old radio
gear used by the military, particularly the WS #19. (See URL above)

Designated Examiner by Industry Canada for all Amateur examinations, plus for
VHF Radiotelephone Operator Certificates (marine and land)

Former RCAF communications operator, and former DOT (Canada) ship/shore and
air-ground operator, (formerly called Telecommunications and Electronics
Branch, Air Services Division)

Active with local Orillia (Ontario) ARC as an instructor for license
classes, specializing in rules and regulations.
_________________________________________________________________

Michael Crestohl W1RC, VE2XZ

w1...@amsat.org
m...@usa.net

P.O. Box 24
Cambridge VT 05444-0024


USA

* Antique and Older Equipment

(Collins, Johnson, etc., Government, some military equipment,
restoration, value, estate liquidation)



Moderator of the Internet & Web Forum at the Dayton Hamvention

_________________________________________________________________

Richard Croce KC4QDU

home...@aol.com

+1 (904) 252-4543

556 10th Street
Holly Hill, FL
USA

* Antennas


* Antique and Older Equipment
* CW

* DX
* Homebrewing
* QRP
_________________________________________________________________

Robert Curry KC3VO

kc...@aol.com

Voice: +1 (301) 439-3873
Work: +1 (301) 656-9092 & +1 (301) 910-1766

2003 Quebec St.
Adelphi, MD 20783
USA

(about 3 miles, or 5 km, north of Washington, DC)

* Antennas
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Repair/Mobile/Por
table)


* Antique and Older Equipment

* Batteries
* College and University Clubs
* Commercial Services Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF
* Homebrewing
* 160 Meters
* Microwave
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Power Supplies
* RACES
* RFI
* Repeaters
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety
* ATV
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* 30-year Member, Armed Forces Communications and Electronics
Association (AFCEA)
* FCC Commercial General Radiotelephone License (formerly First
Class, held since 1969)
* Amateur since 1969
* Supervisor, WHUT-TV, Channel 32, at Howard University, Washington,
DC
* Member, University of Maryland Amateur Radio Association, W3EAX
* Trustee, Washington, DC RACES repeater, KC3VO @ 448.875MHz out,
443.875 MHz input (open repeater, membership not needed)

I operate most all popular amateur bands, both fixed and mobile. My
motorcycle mobile unit, a 6-cylinder, 1520cc Honda Gold Wing, equipped
with a 1,500 watt output HF station, is rather unique! I enjoy
experimenting. Previous escapades include:

* Service in Teheran, Iran
* Chief Engineer of Armed Forces Radio & TV, 1969 to 1970
* Customer Engineer, IBM Corporation, 1966 to 1974
* Service Technician for SONY Corporation
* Ham radio visits to Russia in 1990 & 1992 (also visited the
Ukranian capitol, Kiev, in 1992)

Other skills and abilities include:

* Gas & Electric Welding
* Motorcycling
* Target Shooting
_________________________________________________________________

Judith D. Cushman KC6ZPH

kitt...@surfside.net

5151 Cheryl Drive
Huntington Beach CA 92649-2410
USA

* Handicapped Operating
* RACES
* Women (YL)

* Certified Disaster Worker, City of Huntington Beach, California
* Member, Community Emergency Response Team (CERT)
* Amateur and RACES member since 1991, CERT member since 1994
* L-2 Paraplegic
* Teach Net Control Certification Classes for Huntington Beach RACES
Personnel
_________________________________________________________________

Kevin K. Custer W3KKC

kug...@kuggie.com

http://www.kuggie.com/

Somerset, PA
USA

* Antennas (VHF/Dishes)
* Homebrewing
* Internet Services
* Repeaters
* VHF

My expertise is in repeater building.

Repeater Building World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.kuggie.com/rbtip/

I am also well versed in building antennas.

Link Repeater World-Wide Web Page (for a system I maintain):

http://www.hereintown.net/~kasey/
_________________________________________________________________

Steven P. Czaikowski W8SC

spcz...@chesco.com

http://www.chesco.com/~spczaiko/steve.html

107 Chase Lane
Lincoln University, PA 19352-8928


USA

* ARES
* Antennas

* BBS's


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day
* HF

* IBM PC's
* Mobile

* NTS


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking

* QCWA
* Volunteer Examiner

* Former ARES SEC for Virginia Section
* Former OO/Amateur Auxiliary
* Former RACES Radio Officer for Commonwealth of Virginia
* ARRL OES
* ARRL VE
* Code Proficiency 30 WPM
* Telecommunications Manager for Natural Gas Pipeline System
* Commercial Radiotelephone License
_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

Gary Danaher AB5RM

gdan...@flash.net
gdan...@tenet.edu

http://www.flash.net/~gdanaher/radio.htm

Voice: +1 (972) 288-6060
Work: +1 (972) 216-9932

2309 Penrose Dr.
Mesquite, TX 75150
USA

* Antennas (HF)
* Apple Macintosh Computer


* HF/Contesting/DX
* IBM PC's

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* RFI
* RF Safety
* Volunteer Examiner
_________________________________________________________________

Robert B. Daney, Jr. WD8LIC

wd8...@aol.com
bobd...@aol.com

Voice: +1 (734) 854-4815
Work: +1 (419) 843-4737
FAX: +1 (419) 843-2623

8108 Adler Rd.
Lambertville, MI 48144
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Morse Code
* HF
* Mobile
_________________________________________________________________

Shane-Antony D'Arcy G6VYS

sa.d...@ukgateway.net

http://www.sa.darcy.ukgateway.net/

+44 1 205 35 02 76

The Gatehouse
Red Cap Lane
Boston
Lincolnshire
PE21 9LZ
UNITED KINGDOM

* Antennas (VHF/UHF/Wire)
* BBS's


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

_________________________________________________________________

Andrew Davis VK1DA

and...@ozemail.com.au

Maintainer of the aus.radio (Australia) FAQ

A copy of the FAQ may be obtained from:

http://www.ozemail.com.au/~andrewd/hamradio/hamfaq.html

Please direct all feedback, submissions and administrivia to my E-mail
address above.
_________________________________________________________________

Pete deVolpi KC3TL

ams...@epix.net

AmSoft
408 Hillside Avenue
New Cumberland, PA 17070-3036
USA
Voice: +1 (717) 938-8249
FAX: +1 (717) 938-6767

A mailing list for product announcements from AmSoft, publishers of
the "World of Ham Radio" CDROM software and callsign database for
amateur radio, is available. To subscribe, contact me at my E-mail
address above.

The WWW Site for the "World of Ham Radio" is:

http://hamster.ivey.uwo.ca/~amsoft/

The FTP Archive for the "World of Ham Radio" is:

ftp://hamster.ivey.uwo.ca/pub/amsoft/
_________________________________________________________________

Peter DeWolf VE3YYY

whi...@igs.net

http://www.igs.net/~whisper/

RR #1
Braeside, ON K0A 1G0
CANADA

+1 (613) 623-5914

* Frequency Coordinator for the St. Lawrence Valley Repeater Council
(http://www.igs.net/slvrc/)
* Industry (Communications) Canada Designated Examiner
* Class Instructor for Ottawa Valley
* Syndicated Columnist on Internet matters.
* Past President of the Champlain Regional Repeater Association.

Specific interests and areas I may be of assistance:

* Canadian Radio Regulations
* Repeater Linking
* Examinations for Canadian Licenses
* SWL's
* Club media relations

(used to operate as VP1BCX, V3X, and currently also hold V31FS)

Please feel free to contact me if you require more information.
_________________________________________________________________

George (Pete) Dibble N8ZSG

n8...@juno.com
pe...@mei.net

Voice: +1 (616) 623-3280
Work: +1 (616) 226-6720
FAX/Modem: +1 (616) 623-6501

89 Woodstrail
Delton, MI 49046
USA



* ARES
* CW
* Field Day

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

Barry County, Michigan ARES Emergency Coordinator (EC)

Barry County, Michigan RACES Radio Officer

I have led local Novice-Tech classes and taught CW to Novice, General
and Extra candidates. I have organized amateur radio support for
several local public service events and assisted in coordinating
annual Field Day events for Barry County, Michigan amateurs.
_________________________________________________________________

Jim Dooley WX9J

doo...@indy.net

Voice: +1 (317) 247-1438
Work: +1 (317) 247-1438
Modem: +1 (317) 247-1438

Indianapolis, IN
USA



* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Marlon S. Duba DU3CWM

mar...@usa.net
du3...@amsat.org

Work: +69 02-931-0825
FAX: +69 02-931-0834

158 Ma. Christina St.
Guinhawa Subdivision
Malolos 3000 Bulacan
THE PHILIPPINES



* Packet and Digital Networking

_________________________________________________________________

- E -
_________________________________________________________________

Jerry Eisenberg K2CFG

eise...@aol.com

Voice: +1 (516) 378-8873
FAX/Modem: +1 (516) 623-7728

304 Margaret Boulevard
Merrick, NY 11566
USA

* Antique And Older Equipment
* Commercial Services Equipment


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing

* Mobile
* Part-15 Broadcasting
* Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)


* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner

I am available most days; work from home. I am especially interested
in teaching the practical side of ham radio technology. I will help
troubleshoot kits, old radios, etc., but will expect the new or
prospective ham to pitch in.

Expertise gained from over 45 years of ham radio and almost as many
years in broadcast engineering.
_________________________________________________________________

David B. Ellenberg WA2KWP

emic...@aol.com

Voice: +1 (212) 697-3862
Work: +1 (212) 702-8770
FAX: +1 (212) 223-2878

245 East 40th Street
Apartment 10F
New York, NY 10016
USA



* CW
* Field Day

* HF/DX
* IBM PC's


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

I have been a radio amateur since 1954, first licensed as KN2HYZ in
Peekskill, New York at the age of 14. I have been active in periods
ever since, never losing the ham spirit.

I would like to be involved in helping young people start in ham
radio. Especially those who are already licensed and are "lost"
looking for ways to operate or set up a station.
_________________________________________________________________

Marshall Emm N1FN, VK5FN

n1...@mtechnologies.com

http://www.MorseX.com/n1fn/

Voice: +1 (303) 752-3476
Work: +1 (303) 752-3382
FAX: +1 (303) 745-5792

Aurora, CO
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire)


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QRP
* Seminars/Lectures


* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Web Administrator for my business and for the Colorado QRP Club

Business World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.MorseX.com/

Colorado QRP Club World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.mtechnologies.com/cqc/

I have a pretty broad "knowledge base" in all the areas indicated, but
if I can't help with something, I probably know someone who can.
_________________________________________________________________

Carl Estey WA0CQG

wa0...@tapr.org

North American Digital Systems Directory World-Wide Web Page:



(Sponsored by Tucson Amateur Packet Radio, TAPR)

http://www.tapr.org/directory/

The purpose of the Digital Systems Directory is not to manage,
coordinate, or regulate the usage of digital systems, but to provide
the most up to date and accurate listing of digital systems that can
be provided. Neither is it a formal organization, but a mechanism to
allow regional groups to provide and share information regarding
digital systems.

The Digital Systems Directory listing is intended for use by
individuals to further their enjoyment of the hobby and by
organizations to help plan and develop digital networks.

Please direct any submissions, feedback, or administrivia to my E-mail
address above.
_________________________________________________________________

- F -
_________________________________________________________________

David B. Feeney WN1F

wn...@arrl.net
dxc...@msn.com

http://homepages.msn.com/LibraryLawn/wn1f/hamradio.html

Voice: +1 (207) 883-9545
Work: +1 (207) 885-5572 ext 424

1 Ridgeway Road
Scarborough, Maine 04074
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* CW
* HF/DX
* IBM PC's
* 160 Meters


* Mobile/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Chemical Safety


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

HF Mobile enthusiast, operating various WAS/DX Nets on SSB/CW

I enjoy running to various county/state/capitals/provinces to allow
others to achieve various awards.
_________________________________________________________________

M. Fehrmann

hamq...@hamquest.com



Auctions for Ham Radio and Electronics

http://hamquest.com/
_________________________________________________________________

Edward A. Forman W4IN, AFA2QP

efo...@erols.com
ad...@juno.com
AX.25: W4IN@W4IN.#FRED.VA.USA
44.62.196.3

http://www.freeyellow.com/members/vdenarc/

Work: +1 (703) 805-3215
FAX: +1 (703) 805-3554

5406 Rainwood Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22407-1647
USA

* 10-X International
* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN
* AMTOR/PACTOR/RTTY
* Antennas
(HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portabl
e/Indoor


* Antique and Older Equipment

* BBS's
* CW
* DSP
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF/DX/Contesting


* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* USAF MARS
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* NTS


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking

* Power Supplies
* RFI
* RF Safety


* Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB)

* Repeaters
* Towers
* VHF/UHF

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

* ARRL Official Emergency Station
* ARRL VA Section Technical Coordinator
* Collins Collectors Association Member
* Admin Officer, Virginia Digital Emergency Network ARC
* Repeater Trustee, Virginia Digital Emergency Network ARC
* RSGB IOTA Hunter
* DXCC, WAC, WAS, WAZ

Virginia Digital Emergency Network ARC World-Wide Web Page

(Available via my home page above.)
_________________________________________________________________

- G -
_________________________________________________________________

Bernie Gapinski DK3XT, AB7IY

g...@ilk.de
AX.25: DK3XT@DB0GE.#SAR.DEU.EU

http://www.ilk.de/sites/gap/

Nelkenweg 7
76706 Dettenheim
GERMANY

Meteor-scatter in high speed Morse Code on VHF
_________________________________________________________________

Jose V. Gavila EB5AGV, EC5AAU

eb5...@amsat.org
eb5...@ctv.es

http://www.geocities.com/SiliconValley/6992/

Voice: +34 96 3754693
Work: +34 96 3773436
FAX: +34 96 3787818

Ausias March 46, 15
46910 Benetusser - Valencia
SPAIN



* Antique and Older Equipment

* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* OSCAR

Manager of the European Boatanchor Swap List:

http://www.eGroups.com/list/euro_ba_swap/

* Also active in digital satellites (KO-25, UO-22, LU-19, AO-16)
and, when time permits, in 10, 15 and 80 meter SSB phone
* Also enjoy fixing vintage radio equipment (Collins, Drake,
National, Hallicrafters, Heathkit, Racal, ...)
* Work as a programmer (mainly in Windows Delphi, C++, ...) and some
electronic design
_________________________________________________________________

Filip Gieszczykiewicz

fil...@repairfaq.org
fmg...@pitt.edu

http://www.repairfaq.org/filipg/

+1 (412) 388-0977

519 Brookline Blvd., Apt. 2
Pittsburgh, PA 15226-2001
USA

* Batteries
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies

* Radio Control (RC)
* Electrical Safety
* UNIX

Webmaster of the Home Site for Samuel M. Goldwasser's sci.electronics.repair
Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ)

Main/Home Site:

http://www.repairfaq.org/ (USA)

Mirror Sites:

* http://plop.phys.cwru.edu/repairfaq/ (USA)
* http://fribble.cie.rpi.edu/~repairfaq/ (USA)
* http://www.eio.com/repairfaq/serfeio.html (USA)
* ftp://www.hitechsurplus.com/RepairFAQ/serfhts.html (USA)
* http://www.support-team.com/repairfaq/serfst.html (USA)
* http://www.jasper.demon.co.uk/repairfaq/ (England)
* http://repairfaq.physik.tu-berlin.de/ (Germany)
* http://web.ee.up.ac.za/ee/REPAIR/ (South Africa)

Archive (Compressed) Sites:

* http://nyquist.ee.ualberta.ca/~charro/cookbook/faq/ (Canada)
* http://ftp.unina.it/pub/electronics/repairfaq/ (Italy)

Translated into Italian:

* http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/6369/F_Repair_it.html (USA)
* http://ftp.unina.it/pub/electronics/REPAIR.ITA/F_Repair_it.html
(Italy)
_________________________________________________________________

J. P. (John) Gilliver G6JPG

g6...@soft255.demon.co.uk

Use my work address for a (much!) faster response!:

john.g...@gecom.com

Digital Signal Processing

Computing and Electronics for the Blind (including Radio)

I would also be willing to try to advise on PC construction and PC
matters in general - but probably UK only for these, as I'm sure there
are plenty able to give better (i. e. with more local knowledge)
advice there.
_________________________________________________________________

Howard Goldstein N2WX

n2...@tapr.org

http://www.tapr.org/~n2wx/

Wrote and maintain TAPR TNC-2 firmware (and some clones)
" " " TAPR and Packet Radio WWW Home Pages
Active on CW (NCS for Fri. Florida section net "QFN") and packet NTS
ARRL volunteer counsel (Florida _only_)

Packet Radio and TAPR are on the World-Wide-Web!

* http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/pkthome.html
* http://www.tapr.org/tapr/

What's here? A page of links (the Home Page), the TAPR Home Page, a
page of Packet Pioneers and Contacts, a hypertext packet primer and
FAQ, and more.

We seek: more packet-specific links to add and any comments and
suggestions on how to make the series more useful. All ideas welcome,
please send them to my E-mail address above.
_________________________________________________________________

Roger Gray N5QS

n5...@amsat.org
AX.25: N5...@KJ5SF.AR.US.NOAM

+1 (501) 729-5489

P.O. Box 166
Searcy, AR 72145-0166
USA

* ARES
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Batteries
* College Clubs
* Commercial Services Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting


* HF/Contesting/DX
* IBM PC's

* 160 Meters
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction


* Packet and Digital Networking

* RFI
* Repeaters
* Chemical Safety
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety
* Towers
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ARRL Arkansas Section Manager 1997-2000

Official Observer

Arkansas Hams E-mail List World-Wide Web Page:

http://sun1.hu.edu/~hamradio/ncaars/memar.htm

North Central Arkansas Amateur Radio Service World-Wide Web Page:

http://sun1.hu.edu/~hamradio/ncaars/

ARRL Arkansas Section World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.ualr.edu/~ham2/
_________________________________________________________________

Mike Green KQ6MU

mikr...@hughes.net
mikr...@ignmail.com

http://kq6mu.8m.com/

Voice: +1 (661) 272-6949
Work/FAX/Modem: +1 (661) 272-6949

P.O. Box 1084
Pearblossom, CA 93553
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Log Periodic)
* HF/DX/Contesting


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Mobile/Portable
* Repeaters
* VHF/UHF
* Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA)
* Youth

* Repeater Building, MARS Repeater System
* VHF/UHF ARRL Contests
_________________________________________________________________

Kenneth Gunton WB6QWF

ke...@techlock.com
wb6...@amsat.org

http://www.techlock.com/

Voice: +1 (937) 434-5078
Work: +1 (937) 434-5078
FAX: +1 (937) 434-5079
Modem: +1 (937) 439-3660

270 Regency Ridge, Ste 206
Dayton, OH 45459


USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (Microwave)

* Commercial Services Equipment
* Microwave

Background in microwave and RF systems and components. My company
(Techlock Distributing) has had the first microwave components Web
site on the Internet - since 1993. We offer components up to 50 GHz.
Discount to hams runs from 10 to 30 percent depending on product.

Ham since 1964. Originally WA3BQU, DL4WU, DL4AA.
_________________________________________________________________

Allan (Al) Gutstadt KF9RA, NNN0VMA

NNN...@aol.com
AX.25: KF9RA@K9IU#SIN.IN.USA.NOAM

+1 (812) 339-1008

P.O. Box 8091
Bloomington, IN 47407-8091
USA

Member, Navy-Marine Corps Military Affiliate Radio System (MARS)

Navy-Marine Corps MARS National Homepage:

http://www.maf.mobile.al.us/~navymars/index.html
_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

- H -
_________________________________________________________________

Dan Halbert KB1RT

hal...@world.std.com

QTH near Boston, MA
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire)
* Homebrewing

* Building homebrew QRP gear
* Advice on simple HF wire antennas

[_Editor's Note:_ Elmer is 1991 Charter Member of Directory.]
_________________________________________________________________

Fred Hambrecht W4JLE

(ex-KB4NGB, KJ4JE, V3CB, V31GR, W4JLE/PJ)

w4...@alltel.net

http://www.channel21.com/members/w4jle/

+1 (706) 846-5469

2990 Chalybeate Rd
Manchester, GA 31816
USA

* ARES
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Log Periodic/Magnetic
Loops/Computer Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)


* Antique and Older Equipment

* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Mobile/Field Day
* NTS
* Power Supplies
* QCWA
* RFI
* RTTY

I have been a ham since 1956. I have held the positions of SEC,
Technical Co-ordinator, Army Mars AAT4TK. I am an avid homebrewer and
antenna experimenter. I hold a EE degree and have 30 years experience
in computer design, programming, and system analysis. Present station
is all home brew except the receiver (75A4) and can be heard on 3973
kHz Friday mornings from 0300 to 0500 ET when I am NCS for the before
breakfast club. W4JLE is my original call which I just reclaimed under
the vanity call sign program. I am NO LONGER a member of the ARRL and
that has hampered my efforts with RACES.
_________________________________________________________________

Tom Hamilton WD6EAW

wd6...@cdsnet.net

Voice: +1 (541) 883-2736
FAX: +1 (541) 883-2736

P.O. Box 678
Keno, OR 97627
USA

* DX


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* President, Keno Radio Club (Ten Years)
* ARRL Instructor
* Retired U.S. Navy as Communication Tech
_________________________________________________________________

Jess Hancock W4PQK

jtha...@hotmail.com
jhan...@cwv.net

http://www.geocities.com/CapeCanaveral/Hall/2848/

Voice: +1 (304) 763-5090
Work: +1 (304) 252-6243
FAX: +1 (304) 252-6292

114 N. Kimberly St.
Shady Spring, WV 25918
USA

* Antennas (Homebrew)


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* Homebrewing
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI

Black Diamond ARC World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Agora/1214/

(includes link to W4PQK's Corner)

* General technical/theory questions
* Tracing Pager interference
* Not particularly familiar with new equipment
_________________________________________________________________

Ed Hare W1RFI


Ed Hare, W1RFI | eh...@arrl.org
American Radio Relay League |
225 Main St. |
Newington, CT 06111 USA |
+1 (860) 594-0200 - voice
+1 (860) 594-0259 - FAX

ARRL Laboratory Engineer

* Radio Frequency Interference (RFI) matters
* RF Exposure Safety/Regulations
* Equipment Testing

I have been at ARRL HQ for over 13 years. During that time, I have
become ARRL's RFI and RF-exposure guru. If you have questions about
RFI or RFI exposure, first go to the ARRL's Technical Information
Service World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.arrl.org/tis/

and download the applicable information packages. From there, you can
direct questions about RFI or RF exposure directly to me. I will
either answer your question directly, or refer you to some of my
contacts in industry, in the cable industry, etc. ARRL also publishes
the _ARRL RFI Book_ and _RF Exposure and You_.

I have also had experience with testing of transmitters and receivers,
mainly in conjunction with ARRL's Product Review testing. A copy of
ARRL's Test Procedures Manual can be downloaded from:

http://www.arrl.org/members-only/prodrev/testproc.pdf

Before I came to ARRL, I spent a number of years as a TV and audio
service technician, so can often help with troubleshooting questions.
I wrote the troubleshooting chapter of the ARRL Handbook.

The ARRL Technical Information Service (TIS) Coordinator is now
another member of the ARRL HQ staff. Please direct all TIS queries to
t...@arrl.org, _NOT_ my E-mail address above.

See Mary Lau's entry for more information about the ARRL Info Server.
_________________________________________________________________

Gene Harlan WB9MMM

at...@aol.com

Amateur Television Quarterly (ATVQ) Magazine

The magazine's E-mail address and mine are the same: ATVQ. There is
also a ham radio section for "manufacturers and dealers" on America
On-Line in which we list Amateur Television Quarterly, as expert and
manufacturer. That is where most of the Frequently-Asked Questions
(FAQ's) come from.

Most FAQ's are answered in one of two books we published. ATV Secrets
for Aspiring ATV'ers is a non technical book, and Volume II is a
300-page technical manual with theory and projects for all equipment
necessary to operate an ATV station. Prices in US funds are $9.95 and
$24.95 plus postage ($3.10). Most of your inquires can be answered by
either of these two books.

I am also compiling a set of W6ORG Notes, a regular column in ATVQ,
which answers many of the technical FAQ's on various equipment and
operations. This will be available for $9.95 also.
_________________________________________________________________

Dr. Daniel Hart KE3WH

dh...@delanet.com

http://www.delanet.com/~dhart/

+1 (302) 326-0482

P.O. Box 774
Bear, DE 19701
USA



* CW
* HF/DX
* IBM PC's

* RTTY


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Larry (Joe) Hawks KB8RP

kb...@netusa1.net
kb...@hotmail.com
AX.25: KB...@KA9OWN.CE.IN

http://www.netusa1.net/~kb8rp/

Voice: +1 (765) 453-4056
Work: +1 (765) 452-2246
FAX: +1 (765) 452-2297

706 Rainbow Circle
Kokomo, IN 46902
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Computer Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* HF
* IBM PC's

* LF
* 160 Meters
* Mobile/Portable


* Packet and Digital Networking

* PACTOR
* Power Supplies

* RF Safety
_________________________________________________________________

Jim Heedles WW1Y

hee...@ww1y.mv.com
ww...@amsat.org
AX.25: WW...@N1FT.NH.USA.NOAM

http://www.mv.com/ipusers/ww1y/

Voice: +1 (603) 672-4035
Work: +1 (603) 885-3497

6 Birch Drive
Amherst, NH 03031-1807
USA

* Field Day


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
* Youth

Maintainer, Nashua Area Radio Club World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.n1fd.org/

Maintainer, KY1N Memorial Volunteer Examination List World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.n1fd.org/ky1n/ky1n.html

Author of VEWD Exam Session Software for use by Volunteer Examiner teams.
Available from ARRL/VEC or at:

http://www.n1fd.org/vewd/vewd.html

Editor, Nashua Area Radio Club Newsletter

Actively involved in a MAJOR Field Day effort:

http://www.n1fd.org/fd/
_________________________________________________________________

Jim Hendershot WA6VQP

ji...@radiodesign.com
AX.25: WA6...@WB7VMS.OR.SA.NOAM

Work: +1 (541) 471-1100
FAX: +1 (541) 471-3489

3810 Almar Road
Grant's Pass, OR 97527
USA

* ARES/RACES
* AMTOR/RTTY
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* Commercial Services Equipment


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF
* Homebrewing

* 160 Meters
* Microwave
* Mobile/Portable

* OSCAR


* Packet and Digital Networking

* Part-15 Broadcasting


* Power Supplies
* QRP
* RFI
* Repeaters

* Electrical and RF Safety
* Seminars/Lectures
* Spread-Spectrum
* ATV
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI VEC)

Design Engineer for Radio Design Group

Company World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.radiodesign.com/

Assistant EC for Josephine County (Oregon) ARES/RACES

I am involved in commercial RF and wireless design, and willing to
share experience with other amateurs. I have a complete test equipment
facility for checking radios, antennas, etc.

Local NEWSLINE outlet: Program airs on the 147.30 repeater right after
the Monday night net.

I am active on HF, VHF and UHF, including voice and digital modes, and
will help in whatever areas I can for most of Southern Oregon.
_________________________________________________________________

Dan Henderson N1ND

n1...@arrl.org
dbhe...@worldnet.att.net

Voice: +1 (860) 594-0232
FAX: +1 (860) 594-0239

33 Windermere Ave., Apt. 15
Vernon, CT 06066
USA

* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN


* CW
* Field Day

* HF/DX/Contesting


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Seminars/Lectures

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* Volunteer Examiner (WCARS VEC)

ARRL Contest Branch Manager

I have been active in the Hobby for over 28 years, in a wide range of
activities from local clubs, special events, public service
communications, emergency communications, contesting, DXing, packet,
repeaters, traffic handling, and more. I have served as an officer of
local radio clubs, newsletter editor, Events Coordinator, Field Day
Chairman, Local County Emergency Coordinator and Area District EC,
member of several emergency preparedness planning groups, SKYWARN
coordinator, and liaison to numerous served agencies in North
Carolina. I have taught amateur radio licensing classes (theory and
code) and have been active in developing small group "seminars" for
training (everthing from "how to build a dipole" or "handle traffic"
to "how to work with/at various agencies when dispatched during and
emergency." I hold WAS (both novice CW and the "Geratol" award, DXCC,
WAC and a wide range of on-the-air operating experiences. I was
selected for membership in the A-1 Operating Club, have been award
"Ham of the Year" awards for local clubs, and am willing to work with
new-comers on most any project.
_________________________________________________________________

Dennis Hennigan WA1HOG

den...@top.monad.net
AX.25: WA1...@WA1ZYX.FN33TA.NH.USA.NOAM

Voice: +1 (603) 899-2880
FAX/Modem: +1 (603) 899-9842

17 Foliage Way
Rindge, NH 03461-4005
USA

* IBM PC's
* RFI


* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ARRL New Hampshire Technical Coordinator (TC)

My field of expertise is EMI/RFI.
_________________________________________________________________

James C. Hicks KB4OT

jimh...@mindspring.com

Voice: +1 (864) 839-2665
FAX: +1 (864) 839-2667

132 Cooksey St.
Blacksburg, SC 29702
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Quads/Homebrew)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* CW

* HF
* Homebrewing


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Youth

RF Theory
_________________________________________________________________

Coy Hilton AC0Y

ac...@arrl.net
kt...@msn.com

+1 (407) 351-6199

10025 Gramerly Ln.
Orlando, FL 32821
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)


* Batteries
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking

* Power Supplies
* Radio Control (RC)

* RFI
* Repeaters
* Spread Spectrum
* ATV
* SSTV


* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

_________________________________________________________________

Lindsay Hodgdon

pv...@airmail.net
lin...@hhmercer.com

Work: +1 (972) 289-1911
FAX: +1 (972) 289-1914

3238 Executive Blvd.
Mesquite, TX 75149
USA

* Batteries

* Military Radios
* AN/PRC-127
* AN/PRC-127A
* AN/PRC-126
* AN/PRC-128
* AN/URC-100
* AN/URC-101
* Night Vision
* AN/PVS-4
* AN/TVS-5
* AN/PVS-5
* AN/PVS-7
* AN/VVS-2
* Infrared Devices
* Starlight Devices
* Passive Devices
* Law Enforcement Communications
* Surveillance
* Military NSN's, Nomenclature and Descriptions
* Law Enforcement 1033 program, 1022 program
* Surplus Electronics
* Law Enforcement Electronics
_________________________________________________________________

Donn Hornberger KA0SOH

tipl...@aol.com

+1 (314) 832-1241

St. Louis, MO
USA

* CAP
* HF/Contesting


* Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction

Civil Air Patrol (CAP)

I was Communications Officer and former unit Landstation Bluebird 284,
1980-87. Statistically, Landstations are relatively rare. A land
station in CAP is an HF-capable station operating from both mobile and
permanent locations as needed. As a land station, I checked into
several regional nets for the Missouri Wing of the CAP. I am familiar
with the CAP emergency protocol as well as MARS and ARRL. Also, I have
extensive teaching experience for Novice to General levels and
currently am a teacher.
_________________________________________________________________

Dave Howard M0BGR, KC2DGM

hdho...@iee.org
AX.25: KC2DGM@W2DMC.#ENY.NY.USA.NA or M0BGR@GB7HSN.#32.GB.EU

http://www.cix.co.uk/~hdh/g8ext.htm

+1 (914) 353-6230

Apt 3, 170 High Ave, Nyack, NY 10960
USA

&

10, Lawnside, London SE3 9HL
UNITED KINGDOM

* CW


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QRP

* Reciprocal Licensing/Foreign Operation

I hold Class A UK license and Extra US license. I am illing to help
anyone from US or UK who want to operate in the other country, now
CEPT has been implemented.

APRS - Automatic Position Reporting System
_________________________________________________________________

Jason Howard KF6WIH

ja...@spectsoft.com

http://www.spectsoft.com/jason/resume.htm

+1 (209) 847-4394

375 Johnson Ave
Oakdale, CA 95361
USA

* BBS's


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Power Supplies


* Chemical Safety
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

SpectSoft World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.spectsoft.com/

SpectSoft Anonymous FTP Archive:

ftp://spectsoft.dynip.com/

Special Expertise:

* Computer Programming (Visual Basic, Quick Basic, 6502 Assembly,
Forth)
* Digital Electronics
* Computer Control
_________________________________________________________________

Ed Humphries N5RCK


Ed Humphries Hewlett-Packard WTEC Atlanta GA
N5RCK Internet e...@atl.hp.com

Web Page: http://members.tripod.com/~N5RCK/

J-Pole antenna plans (copper tube & TV Twin-lead)

Multiband wire antenna plan (better than G5RV !)

* 2-meter FM
* VHF Antennas
* Mobile Installations
* Multiband Wire Antennas
_________________________________________________________________

- I -
_________________________________________________________________

Ernest Iezzi N3TXH

n3...@msn.com
n3...@hotmail.com

http://www.freeyellow.com/members2/ernest3txh/

Voice: +1 (412) 921-4713
Work: +1 (412) 255-8897
FAX: +1 (412) 255-4770

1001 Herschel Street
Pittsburgh, PA 15220-4908
USA

* Novice/Tech Instruction

I would like to help any new or prospecting hams in any way that I
can. My personal experience is limited, but I am net control of a
local Elmer Net here in Pittsburgh. This net meets every Saturday
evening at 9:00 PM local time on one of the repeaters of the North
Hills Amateur Radio Club (146.88- MHz). This net is intended to help
all new hams. Many experienced hams also check in and can answer
questions and share their wisdom with beginners.
_________________________________________________________________

- J -
_________________________________________________________________

Bart Jahnke W9JJ


===============================================================
= | ARRL HQ =
= Bart J. Jahnke, W9JJ | Tel: +1 (860) 594-0300 =
= ARRL/VEC Manager | Fax: +1 (860) 594-0259 =
= 225 Main St | Internet: v...@arrl.org =
= Newington CT 06111 (USA) | =
= | =
===============================================================
* Listings of Examination Opportunities
http://www.arrl.org/arrlvec/
* Volunteer Examining procedures - ARRL VE Manual
* Support and Instruction for Volunteer Examiners - Coordinating
Exams
* Member, National Conference of VECs Question Pool Committee
* Information on what's required to become an Amateur Radio licensee
* Contributing Editor - QST Magazine - Exam Info column
_________________________________________________________________

Randal Jarrett WA4MEI

r...@radio.org

Georgia Radio Amateur Packet Enthusiasts Society (GRAPES) World-Wide Web
Page:

(Dedicated to High-Speed Packet Radio Networking

http://www.grapes.org/
_________________________________________________________________

Karen E. Johansen KC5FCU

hori...@comm.net
ka...@fhpc.com

Voice/Work: +1 (504) 456-2853
FAX/Modem: +1 (504) 456-2079

2100 Pasadena Ave. # 205
Metairie, LA 70001
USA

ARES

Louisiana ARES World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.ares.org/sela/
_________________________________________________________________

Robert K. Johnson KD6MQE

rk...@ix.netcom.com

+1 (714) 374-5649



* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* VHF/UHF
_________________________________________________________________

Greg Jones WD5IVD

wd5...@tapr.org

Voice: +1 (940) 383-0000 (Tuesday - Friday 9:00-11:00am, 3:00-5:00pm
CT)
(15:00-17:00, 21:00-23:00 UTC)
FAX: +1 (940) 566-2544



Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)

8987-309 E. Tanque Verde Road #337
Tucson, AZ 85749-9399
USA

Internet E-mail: ta...@tapr.org

TAPR President

TAPR can be reached via the Internet in several ways:

Via the World-Wide Web

TAPR Web Page http://www.tapr.org/

Packet Radio Home Page http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/pkthome.html
TAPR Spread Spectrum Page http://www.tapr.org/ss/
TAPR DSP Page http://www.tapr.org/dsp/
Special Interest Groups http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/sigf.html
Regional Digital Groups
http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/regional_groups.html


North American Digital Systems Directory

http://www.tapr.org/directory/
ARRL & TAPR Digital Comm Conf http://www.tapr.org/dcc/

TAPR Software Library http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/softf.html
TAPR Publications http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/pubsf.html
TAPR Kits http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/kits.html

TAPR Virtual Audio Meetings http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/virtual.html
Newsline Page http://www.tapr.org/newsline/
Ham Radio and More http://www.tapr.org/hrm/
Rain Report http://www.tapr.org/rain/

Via TAPR's FTP site

The TAPR Software Library is now available via anonymous FTP. You can
access the library at:

ftp://ftp.tapr.org/

Log in as:

anonymous

with your E-mail address as password.

Via TAPR's Listserv (http://www.tapr.org/tapr/html/internet.html)

TAPR maintains several SIGs in various interest areas. To get the
latest list of SIG groups, send an E-mail message to:

list...@tapr.org

with the subject line:

Request

and one or more of the following in the BODY of the message:

list

for list of mail groups on TAPR.ORG

information listname

(where listname is the name of the mail group)

to request the information on any mail group

subscribe list your_first_name your_last_name

(where list is the name of the mail list you want to join and
your_first_name and your_last_name are your first and last names,
respectively)

to subscribe

Some of the current SIGs include:

NETSIG Regional Networking SIG
BBSSIG BBS SIG
HFSIG SIG on HF Digital Topics
DSP-93 SIG for those that are building TAPR/AMSAT DSP-93 kits
APRSSIG SIG on APRS
TAPR-TNC SIG on TNC Issues
DSP SIG on general DSP topics
MIC-E SIG on supporting the TAPR APRS MicEncoder kit

TAPR-BB Announcement channel for TAPR bulletins and information

General Information about TAPR:

* Ever heard of a TNC?
* Interested in general packet radio information?
* Interested in Spread Spectrum Communications?
* Interested in high-speed packet operations?
* Interested in other types of digital communications?
* Interested in experimenting or building kits?
* Interested in keeping up-to-date on national digital and packet
issues?

Then you might be interested in TAPR!

Goals:

* Support Research and Development efforts in the area of amateur
digital communications
* Disseminate information on packet and digital communications
* Provide affordable and useful kits for experimenters and hobbyists
* Pursue and help advance the amateur art of communications through
publications, meetings, and standards

History:

If you have used a packet radio TNC, then you are already a part of
TAPR history.

The TNC (Terminal Node Controller) project was the first big project
that TAPR tackled and completed. Now TAPR covers a wide range of
interests including: APRS, Spread Spectrum, networking, Timing, DSP,
HF, and much more.

TAPR was founded in 1982 as a national organization with interests in
the areas of packet and digital communications. Today, TAPR continues
as a membership supported non-profit amateur educational research and
development organization. TAPR currently has more than 2500 members,
worldwide. TAPR continues to develop kits for the amateur community
and is working actively on publications and communications standards.

Membership:

Membership in TAPR includes a subscription to the quarterly published
Packet Status Register newsletter. PSR has been published since 1982
and is recognized as an authoritative source for up-to-date user and
technical information on packet radio. Much of the material in PSR is
timeless. Back issues may be obtained from the TAPR office. Membership
in TAPR is $20 US for one year in USA, Canada, and Mexico. Outside
North America is $25 US.

Join the amateur digital-revolution -- Join TAPR!
_________________________________________________________________

- K -
_________________________________________________________________

Phil Karn KA9Q

ka...@unix.ka9q.ampr.org

http://people.qualcomm.com/karn/

High-Performance Software Modem Project

Recently I've been working on a prototype SQPSK (staggered quadrature
phase shift keyed) modem for the amateur satellite channel. This modem
is implemented totally in software running on a PC with an ordinary
(non-DSP) Soundblaster card. It runs at 1200 bps and fits into a SSB
transceiver bandwidth.

I've made good progress and have put some info up on my web page about
it, including an audio file to show what it sounds like in noise when
the signal is still copyable, available from:

http://people.qualcomm.com/karn/ham.html

Watch that page for an announcement of when I actually release the
code, which I plan to integrate into KA9Q NOS.

Spread Spectrum

I've been trying to answer the question of consequences of promoting
relatively wide-band digital modes on band occupancy and throughput
(i.e., What gets optimized? Are there tradeoffs in quality vs.
quantity?) in the context of the spread spectrum rules debate, but I
think it needs to be a much wider discussion. See my reply comments to
the FCC on this issue:

http://people.qualcomm.com/karn/papers/index.html

(See also Steve Bible for more information on Spread Spectrum)

[_Editor's Note:_ I'm honored by the presence of many advanced-level
Elmers in this directory, including Jeffrey Angus, Gary Coffman, and
now Phil Karn. Phil has graciously agreed to appear in this directory
for the purpose of elmering and technical exchange for the advanced
topics listed above. As with all of my Elmers, please respect their
time by only seeking assistance from them for the topics under which
they are listed. There are many Elmers willing to answer more
beginning-level packet radio questions, including basic questions
about IBM PC hardware, TCP/IP and NOS. Consult the "IBM PERSONAL
COMPUTER (PC) AND CLONES" and "PACKET AND DIGITAL NETWORKING"
categories in the Subject Quick-Search Index for a complete list.]
_________________________________________________________________

Brian Kiepura KC8ESL

kc8...@aol.com

http://www.excellweb.com/users/lyra/

ICQ#: 39704874

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair)


* Field Day
* HF/Contesting/DX

* Internet Services
* SKYWARN
* ATV
* VHF
* Youth

My main area of expertise is making homebrew antennas for HF or VHF. I
know a considerable amount of info on all of the topics I chose,
however, no extremely difficult questions please!
_________________________________________________________________

Jeff Kilgore KC1MK

kil...@dev.tivoli.com
jkil...@io.com

Georgetown, TX


USA

* Antique and Older Equipment

* HF


* Mobile
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* QCWA
* SETI
* SSTV
_________________________________________________________________

Dwayne Kincaid WD8OYG

l...@ldgelectronics.com

Voice: +1 (410) 586-2177
FAX: +1 (410) 586-8475

1445 Parran Road
St. Leonard, MD 20685
USA

* Apple Macintosh Computer
* College Clubs


* DSP
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* Handicapped Operating
* Homebrewing
* Mobile


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QRP

* Repeaters

LDG Electronics World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.ldgelectronics.com/

* Antenna Tuners
_________________________________________________________________

Joseph A. Kolb W4VL

jk...@sunet.net
w4...@tcia.net

May through December:

1789 Peacock Dr.
Hillsville, VA 24343
USA

December through May:

86 Commonwealth Dr.
Vero Beach, FL 32966
USA

* Antennas (HF/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services
* Mobile

* Electrical Safety
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

I have about 4 decades of experience in Radio & TV Broadcasting and
communications in the technical end, including installation & repair
of VHF & UHF 2-way radios. I am experienced in design and construction
of various electronics equipment, including computers and associated
equipment and have a degree in electrical technology.
_________________________________________________________________

Veikko (Veke) Komppa OH2MCN

Veikko Komppa "Veke"
OH2MCN, ex OH5VD,OH2XD,CR9D,VK9YD,S79VD,FR0VD,3D2VD,9M8VD,5W1VD
Collecting licensing information on the Internet
MORE THAN 230 COUNTRIES AVAILABLE THRU The Web
http://www.qsl.net/oh2mcn/license.htm
Internet: OH2...@sral.fi or OH2...@qsl.net or Veikko...@vtt.fi
QTH: Paaskynkuja 7, FIN-03100, Nummela, FINLAND tel +358 9 2222 448
JOB: P.O.Box 1400, FIN-02044 VTT, FINLAND tel +358 9 456 5260
fax +358 9 456
7026

Information for licensing abroad for radio amateurs

(See Web URL above.)
_________________________________________________________________

Ron Kurtz WB0OPL

rgk...@ix.netcom.com

http://pw1.netcom.com/~rgkurtz/webpage.htm

Voice: +1 (303) 423-0920
Work: +1 (303) 787-4717

6493 W. 69th Pl.
Arvada, CO 80003
USA

* Advanced Class
* Certified Disaster Recovery Planner (CDRP)
_________________________________________________________________

- L -
_________________________________________________________________

Bill Laakkonen KC4KM

kc...@gate.net
kc...@snappy.ml.org

Voice: +1 (561) 340-4491
FAX: +1 (561) 340-5683

219 E. Arbor Ave
Port St. Lucie, FL 34952-1305
St. Lucie County
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* HF


* Internet Services
* Mobile

* PACTOR
* VHF

* Experienced in station assembly, including:
+ Getting antennas to operate together
+ Lightning protection
+ Getting a good HF station to WORK
* Interested in the reflections principle
* Operate mostly 75, 20, and 17 meters HF
* Also interested in digital modes (such as PACTOR)
_________________________________________________________________

Thomas LaCaze AB5DK

ab...@petronet.net
ab...@arrl.org

+1 (504) 631-9279

102 Triple Oaks Lane
Morgan City, LA 70380
USA

* 10-X International
* Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)


* BBS's
* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day

* HF/DX/Contesting
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QRP

* Electrical Safety
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Tom Lacouture WV1T

wv...@amsat.org
wv...@aol.com

Franklin, MA 02038
USA

* AMSAT
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile)
* HF/DX/Contesting


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day

* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* LF
* Microwave


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* OSCAR

* RACES
* RFI


* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* Seminars/Lectures


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
* Youth

_________________________________________________________________

Tony Lacy G4AUD

Tony...@Nu-Ware.com

http://www.Nu-Ware.com/

+44 1902 842557

58 Bilbrook Road
Codsall
Wolverhampton WV8 1ER
UNITED KINGDOM

* IBM PC's

I maintain the NuTest and NuMorse Ham training software for Windows.
I'm happy to answer any queries via E-mail/Snail-mail. Please download
free evaluation copies of the software via my WWW site above.
_________________________________________________________________

John Langner WB2OSZ

115 Stedman St. #E
Chelmsford, MA 01824-1823
USA
+1 (978) 250-0611 (civilized times only please)
jo...@world.std.com

Slow-Scan Television (SSTV)

SSTV World-Wide Web Home Page:

http://www.ultranet.com/~sstv/

SSTV Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ):

http://www.ultranet.com/~sstv/faq.html
_________________________________________________________________

Mary E. Lau N7IAL

mrobe...@arrl.org

ARRL/ARRL Foundation, Inc.
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111
USA

ARRL E-mail Information Server and Online Services SysOp (in...@arrl.org)

Many amateur radio informational documents are available from the ARRL
E-mail Information Server (or Info Server for short). To find out how
to use the Info Server, send E-mail to in...@arrl.org with any subject
(it is ignored) and the following text in the BODY of the message:

HELP
QUIT

Program for the Disabled Coordinator

(Contact me for disability-related information)

Secretary, ARRL Foundation, Inc.

(Contact me for information about the Foundation's many programs,
including scholarships and grants, at found...@arrl.org)

ARRL Foundation World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.arrl.org/arrlf/
_________________________________________________________________

Bob Lavin K6BOB

k6...@aol.com

Voice/FAX: +1 (818) 709-8888

Chatsworth, CA
USA

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL, W5YI, and other VEC's)

Uncle Bob's Radio School has been operating for nearly three years. We
have a first time passing rate of better than 98.6%. Uncle Bob has
trained with Gordon West and offers group or individual instruction in
Novice/Tech, Tech Plus, as well as all other upgrades. Additionally,
training is available for MROP/GROP. Uncle Bob is an educator with
more than 25 years experience in the classroom.
_________________________________________________________________

Phil Lefever KB0NES

kb0...@tcrc.org

+1 (612) 894-3541

11621 Selkirk Ave.
Burnsville, MN 55227
USA

* 10-X International
* Antennas
(HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portabl
e/Indoor)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* DSP
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF/Contesting


* Homebrewing
* Internet Services

* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Power Supplies

* RFI


* Repeaters
* Towers
* VHF/UHF

Vice President and Assistant Technical Chairman, Twin Cities Repeater Club

(TCRC)

TCRC World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.tcrc.org/

I have a degree in general electronics and background in service and
design. I am involved in repeater maintenance on our 3 systems. I
operate both HF and VHF/UHF (all modes) both from home and mobile.
_________________________________________________________________

Al Legary VE3SQB, VA3ALL

leg...@geocities.com

http://www.geocities.com/capecanaveral/station/1502/ham.html

RR #2 Maidstone, Ontario, CANADA

* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Computer
Simulation and Design/Mobile)

Antenna Design Technician

(All Bands, Specializing in quads and new prototypes)

Antenna Programs for Win 95/98

(Available via my World-Wide Web Home Page address above)
_________________________________________________________________

Sylvester Liew 9M8SL

cq...@tm.net.my
cq...@hotmail.com

http://www.qsl.net/9m8sl/

+60 082-250672

1146 Kenyalang Park
93300 Kuching, Sarawak
East Malaysia
MALAYSIA

* Antennas (HF/VHF)
* CW
* DX
* Field Day
* Homebrewing

I am doing a Master's Thesis on Elmers and ham radio volunteers. Any
help and advice on these matters would be deeply appreciated.
_________________________________________________________________

Tim Long WB2SPN

lo...@empireone.net

Scotia, NY
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* Field Day
* HF/Contesting/DX


* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Packet and Digital Networking
* Power Supplies

* RACES
* RTTY


* Repeaters
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* SKYWARN

Schenectady County, New York, RACES
_________________________________________________________________

Lee Lorentz WB0TRA

wb0...@arrl.net
wb0...@spacestar.net

http://www.spacestar.net/users/wb0tra/

ICQ#: 37814043

Voice: +1 (320) 274-2319
Work: +1 (320) 634-5471 x4305

13024 70th Street NW
Annandale, MN 55302
USA

* ARES/SKYWARN
* Contesting


* CW
* Field Day

* IBM PC's
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* ARRL Emergency Coordinator (EC) for Wright County, Minnesota
* SKYWARN spotter for 5+ years
* Willing to assist in finding an answer to any ham radio-related
question. I don't know all the answers, but I have some good
guesses on where to start looking.
* Interested in Contesting, and avid Field Day Fan
_________________________________________________________________

Douglas E. Losty WA1TUT

dsl...@pipeline.com

+1 (203) 393-0071

P.O. Box 49
Bethany, CT 06524
USA

* AMTOR/PACTOR
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* Commercial Services Equipment


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF

* 160 Meters
* Microwave

* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Former U.S. Merchant Marine Radio-Electronics Officer
* Experience with DX commercial communications using CW, SSB,
SITOR/AMTOR, and Satellite links
* Experience in high power commercial broadcasting
* Amateur Extra Class, Commercial General Radiotelephone, 2nd class
Radiotelegraph and GMDSS FCC licenses
* Past instructor for local licensing classes from Novice to Extra
levels
* Expertise in repair/restoration of vacuum tube (boatanchor)
equipment and also of modern communications/microwave and computer
equipment.
_________________________________________________________________

Jim Lowman AD6CW

jmlo...@ix.netcom.com

Voice: +1 (909) 881-8146
Work: +1 (909) 881-8146
FAX: +1 (909) 881-8152

San Bernardino, California
USA

* HF/DX/Contesting


* CW
* Field Day

* Internet Services
* Microwave
* QRP
* QCWA
* VHF/UHF
_________________________________________________________________

Jeff Luszcz N2TIQ

jlu...@best.com

http://www.best.com/~jluszcz/

Palo Alto, CA
USA

* Apple Macintosh Computer
* College Clubs

I have a page of Macintosh Shareware I have written:

http://www.best.com/~jluszcz/software.html

One of the programs I have written allows you to connect the Radio
Shack Digital Multimeter with PC Interface to your Macintosh Computer.
It is Apple Scriptable. The Radio Shack multi meter has a serial port
(RS-232).

It is called MacMultiMeter
_________________________________________________________________

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_________________________________________________________________

Fred O. Maia W5YI

w5...@w5yi.org
fm...@cwixmail.com

http://www.w5yi.org/

The W5YI Group, Inc.
P.O. Box 565101
Dallas, Texas 75356
USA
Tel. +1 (817) 461-6443

This firm consists of two separate divisions:

EDUCATION DIVISION:

Develops and distributes amateur radio self-training materials,
including the Gordon West/WB6NOA line of audio, video, computer
software and printed study materials. Credit card orders and
information from (toll free): +1 800 669-W5YI (9594). All materials
are guaranteed current and shipped within 24 hours with 2-day priority
delivery. They offer a special discount for instructors conducting
training classes.

W5YI Amateur Radio written license exam and Morse Code training
products are also available from every Radio Shack nationwide. Color
photographs of the major training products are available at their
Express Order or Radio Shack Unlimited desk.

THE W5YI-VEC:

Coordinates the activities of more than one thousand volunteer
examining teams world-wide. The locations of test sites near you can
be determined by calling +1 (817) 461-4663 anytime, including evenings
and weekends. Any General, Advanced or Extra Class amateur may form
their own VE team by calling +1 (817) 860-3800 during normal business
hours.

All examination results are electronically filed with the FCC. Amateur
radio licenses and call signs are normally issued within 48 hours of
VEC receipt of the examination paperwork. New amateurs may determine
their call signs by calling the FCC's toll free consumer assistance
line: +1 (800) 322-1117.



[_Editor's Note:_ Elmer is 1991 Charter Member of Directory.]
_________________________________________________________________

Marco Mancastroppa HB9VAF

marc.man...@swisscom.com
hb9...@uska.ch

http://www.qsl.net/hb9vaf/

FAX: +41 22 995 15 16

Rue de la Paix 12
CH-1196 Gland
SWITZERLAND

Oscar station locator : JN36OF

* AMSAT
_________________________________________________________________

Steve Mann N1NLF

ma...@eecg.toronto.edu

http://n1nlf-1.eecg.toronto.edu/

Toronto, Ontario
CANADA

Wearable Computing and Personal Imaging:

http://wearcam.org/research.html
http://wearcomp.org/wearpubs.html

[_Editor's Note:_ Steve is a graduate of the Massachusetts Institute
of Technology (MIT) and is currently a faculty member at the
University of Toronto. He has done a considerable amount of research
into, and implementation of, wearable, wireless networked computer
systems using amateur radio (via a 56kBaud GRAPES radio modem) as the
physical layer. He is a pioneer in "Wearable Computing." You may have
also read about his invention in Scientific American, seen it on one
of the science-oriented TV shows (such as the October 1996 episode of
Scientific American Frontiers on PBS), or read some of his articles,
such as the lead article for Proceedings of the IEEE, Vol. 86, No. 11
or his lead article in CQ-VHF. He also wrote an article in the
February 1997 issue of IEEE Computer. He is interested in connecting
with other serious amateur hobbyists pursuing like or similar
technologies. See his World-Wide Web Pages above for more
information.]
_________________________________________________________________

Will Marchant KC6ROL

kc6...@amsat.org

http://www.citizen.infi.net/~wmarchan/

Marshall, VA
USA

* AMSAT
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* OSCAR
* SAREX

I'm one of the SAREX school group technical mentors. A group of about
nine of us are assigned by AMSAT/NASA/ARRL to make sure that the
schools selected for dedicated contacts on a SAREX flight are
prepared. I'd be happy to try handling E-mail from people interested
in SAREX.
_________________________________________________________________

Daniel J. Meredith N7MRP

dme...@yahoo.com

* CAP


* Internet Services
* Packet and Digital Networking

* Repeaters
* SKYWARN
* VHF/UHF

ARRL Southwestern Division Assistant Director

Arizona VHF/UHF Digital Frequency Coordinator

Listowner/Administrator:

* F6FBB-LIST - Dedicated To F6FBB Bulletin Board Software
* Many other Industry-Related Lists Also Maintained.

Subscriptions:

list...@phx-az.com

No Subject

Message Body:

subscribe f6fbb-list

or

get lists
get help

Director, Arizona Network Intertie Group

P.O. Box 44563
Phoenix, AZ 85064-4563
azn...@phx-az.com
Arizona's Only Packet Radio Club Since 1993!

ArizonaONE Wired & Wireless

Dedicated To Amateur Radio & Commercial Wireless & Wired Applications.
Also Home To F6FBB Support BBS:

http://www.phx-az.com/
_________________________________________________________________

John Miles KE5FX

ke...@qsl.net

http://www.qsl.net/ke5fx/

Seattle, WA
USA



* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Microwave
* Novice/Tech Instruction

My experience includes many areas of digital/analog/RF homebrewing,
willing to help with homebrew R&D work of almost any type.
_________________________________________________________________

Robert Mims, Sr. WA1OEZ

mi...@ici.net

Voice: +1 (508) 823-7443
Work: +1 (508) 285-4587

189 Powderhorn Dr.
Taunton, MA 02780
USA

* ARES/RACES
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* HF


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* Area II Massachusetts E.M.A. RACES Radio Officer
* ARES District E.C.
* ARRL Instructor
_________________________________________________________________

April Moell WA6OPS

emcom...@aol.com

Hospital Disaster Support Communications System (HDSCS) Coordinator

HDSCS World-Wide Web Page:

http://members.aol.com/emcom4hosp/

For over 15 years, the 90-plus members of the ARES/RACES-affiliated
Hospital Disaster Support Communications System (HDSCS) of Orange
County, California have served over 35 hospitals in nearly 50
emergency situations. At the new HDSCS site on the Web, you can find
out how volunteer Amateur Radio operators can be an important backup
communications resource for hospitals, if the hams are well organized
and trained.

There you will find:

* How HDSCS organizes to support hospitals
* What "dedicated communicators" are and why they are important
* Frequently-Asked Questions about hams helping hospitals
* The surprising answer to "How often do hospitals need hams,
anyway?"
* Response from hospitals served by HDSCS
* Info given to new HDSCS members
* Recruiting hams for hospital communications
* And lots more...
_________________________________________________________________

Joe Moell K0OV

homi...@aol.com

Homing In Column World-Wide Web Page:

http://members.aol.com/homingin/

(Homing In is a column in 73 Magazine featuring information about
radio direction finding, hidden transmitter hunting, and jammer
tracking.)

This site features:

* Southern California T-hunting, what equipment the winners use
* International-style foxhunts have come to California
* Complete design fixes for the Dick Smith doppler set
* Updates to the Moell/Curlee book (TRANSMITTER HUNTING---Radio
Direction Finding Simplified), including board/kit/parts sources
and building tips
* Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) and answers from the Homing In
mailbox
* Index and subject list of all Homing In columns in 73 Magazine
through September 1996 (over 90 articles)
* And lots more...

The Homing In site is written and maintained by Joe Moell K0OV. It is
not affiliated with 73 Magazine, Wayne Green Enterprises, or any other
commercial entity.
_________________________________________________________________

David Moisan N1KGH

dmo...@shore.net
n1...@amsat.org

http://www1.shore.net/~dmoisan/radio.html

ICQ#: 6020404

+1 (978) 745-8375

45 St. Peter #311
Salem, MA 01970-3893
USA

* Antennas (MF/HF/Magnetic Loops/Homebrew/Repair)


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Handicapped Operating
* Homebrewing

* Internet Services
* SKYWARN
* ATV

I maintain the following FAQs:

* GE Superadio:
http://www1.shore.net/~dmoisan/faqs/superradio/gesr_faq.html
* Sangean ATS-909/DX-398:
http://www1.shore.net/~dmoisan/faqs/sangean/ats909faq.html
* Carpet Loop: (MF/HF loop antenna for apartment QTH's):
http://www1.shore.net/~dmoisan/faqs/carpetloop.html

* Internet Services: I'm knowledgeable in Java and XML and believe
that both technologies can--and should--see wide use in amateur
radio.
* SKYWARN: Spotter, Eastern MA SKYWARN
* Repair: Am familiar and comfortable with surface mount technology
and general repair.
* Video: 5+ years experience shooting video in both studio and field
for public-access TV. I can help make your ATV look better--or
give you advice to shoot your own PSA!
* Handicapped Operating: Anyone with a disability who feels
uncomfortable about asking for help is more than welcome to talk
to me. (See the Invisible Disability page elsewhere on my
website.)
_________________________________________________________________

Larry S. Morris KG7RQ

lmo...@nidlink.com

Voice: +1 (208) 777-7615
Work: +1 (509) 459-6100 ext 6998
FAX: +1 (509) 325-7329

6123 W. Hauser Lake Road
Post Falls, ID 83854-8515
USA

* ARES
* Amiga Personal Computer
* Antennas


* Antique And Older Equipment

* Apple Macintosh Computer
* Batteries


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day
* HF

* Homebrewing/Do-It-Yourself


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* OSCAR

* Portable
* Power Supplies
* VHF
_________________________________________________________________

Rich Moseson W2VU

W2...@cq-amateur-radio.com

New Jersey
USA

* VHF
* ARES/RACES

Editor, CQ VHF Magazine

CQ Magazine Online Coordinator

CQ Magazine and Allied Publications Contact Information:

CQ Magazine:
Web page: <http://www.cq-amateur-radio.com>
E-mail: c...@cq-amateur-radio.com

CQ VHF:
Web page: <http://www.cq-vhf.com/>
E-mail: cq...@cq-vhf.com

CQ Contest:
Web page: <http://www.cq-contest.com/>
E-mail (Bob Cox, K3EST, Editor): k3...@cq-contest.com

Communications Quarterly:
Web page: <http://www.comm-quarterly.com/>
E-mail (Terry Littlefield, KA1STC, Editor): ka1...@comm-quarterly.com

Popular Communications:
Web page: <http://www.popular-communications.com/>
E-mail: pop...@popular-communications.com
_________________________________________________________________

Tom Mosher AB7NV

ab...@arrl.net

Salem, OR
USA

* ARES
* HF/Contesting
* Novice/Tech Instruction


* RTTY
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ARES Member, Marion County, Oregon
_________________________________________________________________

Ben Moss KI0PX

be...@rollanet.org
be...@cyberspace.org

http://www.rollanet.org/~benm/

ICQ#: 8875766

* Scouting
* Youth

* Boy Scout Troop 81
* Radio Merit Badge Counselor and Junior Assistant Scoutmaster
_________________________________________________________________

Terry Muncey W5OAS

t...@radioera.com

Radio Era Archives:

http://www.radioera.com/

Schematic information, service information and original replicas of
operation manuals for most ham equipment are available. We have over
100,000 schematics already converted digitally for mailing or faxing
as well as thousands of original operation manuals.
_________________________________________________________________

Bil Munsil W7WKM

wmu...@aztec.asu.edu

+1 (520) 445-4304

1104 Milton Ave.
Prescott, AZ 86303-7810
USA

Jes, mi parolas la Internacian Lingvon, Esperanto.
Yes, I speak the International Language, Esperanto.

Esperanto, the International Language, is spoken by 600,000 to
2,000,000 people in over 110 countries.

Over 75 countries have national Esperanto organizations, including
third-world countries like the USA.

In Europe there is a very active Esperanto Ham Radio association known
as ILERA - Internacia Ligo por Esperanto-Radioamatoroj (International
League for Esperanto Radio Amateurs).

For more information concerning Esperanto, contact ELNA (Esperanto
League for North America) at +1 (800) ESPERANTO (377-3726) or
http://www.esperanto-usa.org/ (The ELNA membership list also lists
member ham calls and E-mail addresses.)

If you wish a ham Esperantist for a penpal, contact me at one of my
addresses above.

You might also try:

news:soc.culture.esperanto
_________________________________________________________________

Richard Murnane VK2SKY

rich...@zeta.org.au
AX.25: VK2...@VK2OP.NSW.AUS.OC New South Wales, Australia



Wireless Institute of Australia (WIA)

(The official IARU representative body for Radio Amateurs in Australia)

World-Wide Web Pages:

* Federal: http://www.wia.org.au/
* VK1 (Australian Capital Territory): http://www.wia.org.au/vk1/
* VK2 (New South Wales): http://www.wia.org.au/vk2/
* VK3 (Victoria): http://www.wia.org.au/vk3/
* VK4 (Queensland): http://www.wia.org.au/vk4/
* VK5 (South Australia): http://www.wia.org.au/vk5/
* VK6 (Western Australia): http://www.wia.org.au/vk6/
* VK7 (Tasmania): http://www.wia.org.au/vk7/
* VK8 (Northern Territory): http://www.wia.org.au/vk8/

Email:

* Federal: fed...@www.wia.org.au
* VK1 (Australian Capital Territory): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK2 (New South Wales): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK3 (Victoria): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK4 (Queensland): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK5 (South Australia): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK6 (Western Australia): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK7 (Tasmania): v...@www.wia.org.au
* VK8 (Northern Territory): v...@www.wia.org.au
_________________________________________________________________

Peter Mustermann DL2AQQ

peter....@t-online.de

* Antennas (Magnetic Loops)
_________________________________________________________________

- N -
_________________________________________________________________

Scott Neader KA9FOX

nea...@centuryinter.net

Contesters and DX'ers World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.qth.com/ka9fox/

(Featuring recent contest scores, summaries of discussion on most of
the contesting and DX-related mailing lists, and more.)
_________________________________________________________________

Frank R. Neal N8FN

n8...@colossus.org

http://www.colossus.org/

+1 (913) 681-1299

15980 Antioch Road
Stilwell, KS 66085
USA

* 10-X International
* ARES
* Antennas
(HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)
* Batteries
* BBS's
* Commercial Services Equipment
* DX


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Handicapped Operating
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* 160 Meters
* Mobile/Portable

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking
* Power Supplies

* QCWA
* RFI
* Repeaters
* RF Safety
* Scouting
* Seminars/Lectures
* ATV
* Towers
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI VEC)
* Youth

* General Radiotelephone (formerly First Class Radiotelephone)
* A+ Certification
* Certified Electronics Technician
* Advanced Class Amateur Radio License
* Official Observer w/FCC's Compliance and Information Bureau
* Technical Specialist, ARRL
_________________________________________________________________

George Neeson VE3BDM, VA3DLR

ve3...@recorder.ca

AX.25: VE3BDM@VE3CDY.#EON.ON.CAN

Voice: +1 (613) 342-1940
Work: +1 (613) 498-1602
FAX: +1 (613) 342-8933

6 Glen Wood Place, Suite 105
Brockville, Ontario K6V 2T3
CANADA

* AMTOR/PACTOR/CLOVER
* Antennas
* Morse Code
* HF
* Homebrewing
* NTS


* Packet and Digital Networking

I am an NTS operator running an unattended digital (Winlink, latest
version) digital system. I operate a hub station for Eastern Canada
Digital operations, including AMTOR, PACTOR, and CLOVER.

NTS Training for CW, Phone, and Digital Modes:

http://cc.recorder.ca/~ve3bdm/
_________________________________________________________________

Ken Nichols KD3VK

nich...@amsat.org

Voice: +1 (301) 977-5405
Work: +1 (301) 236-3717

213 Oakton Rd.
Gaithersburg, MD 20877-2051
USA

* ARES/RACES
* AMSAT


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Handicapped Operating

* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Novice/Tech Instruction
* OSCAR

* Packet and Digital Networking

* RFI
* Repeaters
* Seminars/Lectures
* SAREX
* ATV
* Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL, Laurel, and W5YI VEC)
* Youth

I am involved in training for new and upgrading Hams, paying back for
Elmering received over the years as I came into Ham Radio. I am a VE
for VEC's active in local area. I am most interested in assisting
young, old, and handicapped persons to discover Ham Radio. However, I
want to help anyone that is committed to getting a Ham license or
upgrading. I am most active on Ham satellites, mobile and fixed HF,
Digital modes and construction. I am an avid electronics constructor,
repairer and experimenter. I am trying to sample all modes, bands, and
interest areas. I am also skilled in Public Relations, demonstrations,
and "de-mystifying."
_________________________________________________________________

Mike Nickolaus NF0N

men...@avalon.net
nf...@juno.com
AX.25: NF...@NF0N.NE.USA.NA

http://www.avalon.net/~menicko/

Voice: +1 (402) 494-6070
Work: +1 (402) 241-2636

316 East 32nd Street
South Sioux City, NE 68776
USA

* ARES/SKYWARN
* Contesting/DX


* CW
* Field Day
* IBM PC's

* Packet and Digital Networking

* QCWA
* RTTY


* Seminars/Lectures
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ampr.org IP Coordinator for Nebraska subnet (44.90.xxx.xxx)



[_Editor's Note:_ All ampr.org coordinators are listed in the document
at:

ftp://ftp.ucsd.edu/hamradio/amprnets

]

Dakota County, Nebraska ARES Emergency Coordinator (EC)

ARRL Official Bulletin Station (OBS)

I have been involved in Packet since 1984. I currently run a Packet
BBS with the F6FBB software, as well as a number of Packet Nodes using
TheNet Software. I have coordinated the Volunteer Exam Session in this
area for a number of years. I operate 2 meters and HF, both CW and
SSB. DX'ing and Contesting are some of my activities, along with
collecting prefixes.

I have had NWS spotter training and am part of organizing the spotter
network in the Siouxland area. AS the EC of Dakota county, I work with
the Woodbury County, Iowa EC in the spotter effort.

During my business activity as a Systems Engineer with IBM, I have
developed some expertise in PC's and have worked with the DOS, Windows
and Windows 95 Operating Systems along with many Ham-related
applications.

I have organized a number of Ham events such as Packet Symposiums and
am the current Chairman of a Regional Ham Radio Convention.
_________________________________________________________________

Michael Nugent KD4GCX

micn...@siscom.net

+1 (937) 320-9105

Beavercreek, Ohio near Dayton
USA

* ARES/SKYWARN
* AMSAT


* BBS's
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* Field Day


* Handicapped Operating
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Power Supplies
* VHF

* Storm Chasing and Tracking
* Repair
* Emergency Communications

Greene County, Ohio, DAT Coordinator, American Red Cross

President, Miami Valley (Ohio) FM Association (MVFMA)

MVFMA World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.mvfma.org/

(See Fred Peerenboom's entry for information about the Dayton E-mail
Elmers service.)
_________________________________________________________________

Fil Nutter, Jr. W8FIL

fb...@interpath.com
AX.25: WB8...@N4QLD.NC.USA.NOAM

5 Second Ave.
Kitty Hawk (Dare County), NC 27949-3211
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire)


* HF/DX
* IBM PC's

* RFI
* Electrical Safety

* SAREX


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

I am handicapped & spend most of my time at home. My handicap is motor
related. I have taught classes in most of the areas listed above. I
have been a ham for 25 years. I enjoy talking & working with people. I
am a past vice president & newsletter editor for my local radio club.
Although not an ARES/RACES member, I have done a lot of disaster &
emergency communications. Our local club is VHF-oriented & provides
communications for several community events each year. I am active on
packet & just recently sold my NODE. Please E-mail or mail me if you
think I can help you in any way. By the way, I am married & my XYL is
also a ham. I am a Life Member of The American Radio Relay League.
_________________________________________________________________

- O -
_________________________________________________________________

Dr. Barry L. Ornitz WA4VZQ

orn...@tricon.net

+1 (423) 288-7803

4740 Edens View Road
Kingsport, TN 37664
USA

* Antennas (Design/Homebrew)


* Antique and Older Equipment

* Homebrewing


* Chemical Safety
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

Amateur and Professional Societies:

* American Radio Relay League - ARRL
* American Institute of Chemical Engineers - AIChE
* International Society for Measurement & Control - ISA

First licensed in 1964, I have a PhD in chemical engineering with
sufficient graduate courses in electrical engineering for an MS.
Formerly working in the research laboratories of Eastman Kodak,
Eastman Chemical, and W. L. Gore & Associates, I now consult in the
area of chemical and process instrumentation and control. I also hold
an FCC Commercial General Radiotelephone Operator's License (formerly
1st Class Radiotelephone License, which is no longer issued) with
Radar Endorsement.

Specialties:

* Boatanchors (mainly test equipment, cleaning issues)
* Instrumentation (Online and Analytical)
* Antennas (Corrosion Protection, Materials Compatibility)
* Chemical Safety advice related to Amateur Radio (cleaning and
refurbishing of antique/boatanchor equipment, corrosion, plating,
PCB etching, disposal of wastes such as transformer oil, solvents
and etching solutions, contact cleaners, toxic chemical exposure,
chemical safety, paint, dielectric properties of plastics,
microwave effects on materials, etc.)



[_Editor's Note:_ Elmer is 1991 Charter Member of Directory.]
_________________________________________________________________

Danny Ozbirn WB5HKK

da...@tsixroads.com

http://www2.tsixroads.com/~danoz/

Voice: +1 (601) 462-5218
Work: +1 (601) 728-4810

70-A CR 552
Rienzi, MS 38865
USA

* Antennas
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Log
Periodic/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
* Batteries
* Field Day


* Handicapped Operating
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Microwave
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Packet and Digital Networking
* Part-15 Broadcasting
* Power Supplies
* QRP

* Radio Control (RC)


* Repeaters
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* SETI
* ATV
* SSTV
* Towers
* UNIX
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL, Central Alabama, and W5YI VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

- P -
_________________________________________________________________

W. David Paperman W5WP

(ex-WQ5Y)

w5...@juno.com
wpap...@electrotex.com

Voice: +1 (281) 592-8636
Work: +1 (713) 770-1836
Modem: +1 (281) 593-2688

P.O. Box 7306
Cut 'N Shoot, TX 77306-0306


USA

* Antique and Older Equipment

* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* RFI


* RF Safety
* Seminars/Lectures

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL)

ARRL Registered Instructor

I have a large collection technical manuals. Copies are available for
the cost of duplication and postage. THIS NOT A BUSINESS. It is done
as a courtesy to those needing assistance.

I lecture and conduct workshops on the subject of ElectroMagnetic
Interference, primarily related to problems encountered in the
Clinical (Hospital) environment. This is a program based on papers of
which I am the principal author published in journals related to
Biomedical Engineering. Related to this activity, I have and use
signature analysis equipment and, depending on area and time, am
available to assist in location and identification of sources of
severe interference to radio amateur activities.
_________________________________________________________________

Bill Patton AC5AS

bpa...@itexas.net

Voice/FAX: +1 (915) 356-3278

205 Williams Drive
Comanche, TX 76442
USA

* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN


* Field Day
* IBM PC's
* Volunteer Examiner

* ARES EC and RACES EC, Comanche County, TX
* Member of VE team in Comanche, TX
* President of Comanche County ARC
_________________________________________________________________

Ian Pawson G8IQU

edi...@batc.org.uk

Editor, CQ-TV Magazine

British Amateur Television Club (BATC) Webmaster

BATC World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.batc.org.uk/

(Features information about the BATC and Amateur Television (ATV) in
Britain in general.)
_________________________________________________________________

Fred Peerenboom K8TQK

f...@febo.com

+1 (937) 256-4355

Dayton, Ohio E-mail Elmers

Sponsored by the Miami Valley (Ohio) FM Association (MVFMA):

http://www.febo.com/

The Dayton E-mail Elmers service allows new or prospective hams in
Dayton and Southwestern Ohio, or even experienced amateurs who are
venturing into a new aspect of the hobby, to send an E-mail request
for assistance. Volunteer on-line Elmers then can provide a response
in the "Elmer" tradition of mentoring new or less-experienced hams.

Today, many hams prepare for their license exams through classroom
programs, and the individual Elmer's touch isn't as common as it once
was. The E-mail Elmer service is an attempt to restore this long
tradition. The MVFMA hopes that the initial E-mail exchange will be
the start of an ongoing Elmer relationship in the best tradition of
Amateur Radio."

Hams may use the E-mail Elmer service simply by sending an E-mail
message to:

el...@febo.com

and posing the ham radio question they'd like to have answered. Users
will get a machine-generated confirmation, and within a few days, they
will get a response from one or more of the volunteer Elmers.

For more information, or to volunteer as an E-mail Elmer, contact me
at my phone number or E-mail address above.
_________________________________________________________________

David Wilson Perham KL0BG

kl...@ecsu.campuscwix.net
kl...@hotmail.com

+1 (252) 336-4602

105 Shore Drive
Shiloh, NC 27974-6241
USA

* 10-X International
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* Batteries
* CW
* HF/DX/Contesting
* IBM PC's


* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Repeaters
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* SETI
* Towers
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC

* Member ARRL
* Coast Guard C130 Flight Engineer
* Member of local club: The Albemarle Amateur Radio Society
_________________________________________________________________

Terry L. Perrault WA6MVV

wa6...@hurricane.net
AX.25: WA6...@KB6LE.WWA.WA.USA.NOAM



* CW
* HF
* Homebrewing
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Packet and Digital Networking
* Power Supplies

* QCWA


* RTTY
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Keith Petersen W8SDZ

w8...@simtel.net

General Manager of Simtel(TM) Software Repository:

http://www.simtel.net/simtel.net/
ftp://ftp.simtel.net/pub/simtelnet/

(Formerly wsmr-simtel20.army.mil)

(simtel.net is a service mark of Walnut Creek CDROM)

Announcements regarding uploads to Simtel of amateur-radio-related
software are cross-posted to:

news:rec.radio.info

[_Editor's Note:_ This outstanding archive collection, which
incorporates much amateur-radio-related software, is listed here for
completeness. However, as Keith gets about 200 E-mail messages a day,
he strongly encourages self-sufficiency in the use of the archive. The
above URL's contain several documents regarding how to download files
from and upload files to this archive. There are also many other
Elmers willing to answer beginning-level questions regarding accessing
files via FTP and WWW. Consult the "INTERNET SERVICES" category in the


Subject Quick-Search Index for a complete list.]
_________________________________________________________________

Spencer Petri WA5JCI

wa5...@flash.net

+1 (903) 584-3567

Rt. 4, Box 4462
Palestine, TX 75801
USA

* Antennas (VHF)


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day
* Homebrewing

* Power Supplies
* QRP

* VHF/UHF
* Volunteer Examiner

* VHF/UHF weak signal work
* Tube type radios
_________________________________________________________________

Steve Pitts KJ7NR, NNN0BSC

s...@cnw.com
AX.25: KJ7NR@N7RHQ.#WWA.WA.USA.NOAM

http://www.cnw.com/~stv/

+1 (360) 293-4649

Anacortes, Washington
USA

* CW
* HF
* Navy MARS


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* QRP

* Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
* UNIX
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Currently hold twice-weekly slow-speed CW net on 80M. Code practice is
intended to help all increase speed and to just have some fun on the
air.
_________________________________________________________________

Roger D. Placer KA2Z

ka...@internexus.net
rog...@lucent.com

Voice: +1 (201) 337-9050
FAX: +1 (201) 337-0647

29 Bailey Avenue
Oakland, NJ 07436
USA

* Antennas
* Apple Macintosh Computer
* HF/DX
* CW
* Mobile

I'm a software engineer specializing in Macintosh development, and
I've been a ham since 1982. I was first licensed at age 14, and I now
hold an Extra class license. My expertise is in antenna-building and
theory, CW (Morse Code), DXing, SWLing, and HF operating practices in
general. I also operate mobile in a '96 Ford Ranger pickup. I'd be
happy to help any new or aspiring amateur radio operators.
_________________________________________________________________

Ken Pulfer VE3PU

jkpu...@rac.ca
jkpu...@igs.net

Radio Amateurs of Canada (RAC) Treasurer and Webmaster

(RAC is Canada's national amateur radio society.)

RAC World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.rac.ca/

Callsign E-mail Addresses for All Interested Canadian Amateurs

Any licensed Canadian amateur radio operator can now have an E-mail
address of the form:

call...@rac.ca

This means that you will no longer have to advise all your contacts of
any new E-mail address if you change your Internet service provider.
Canadian amateurs will not have to keep track of dozens or hundreds
of E-mail addresses. Just remembering the callsign is all they will
need.

RAC is able to offer this free service thanks to the volunteer help
and support of Information Gateway Services (IGS) of Kanata, Ontario,
Canada, and in particular the work of Rene Kahle, VA3RDK. Rene
developed the E-mail aliasing software, and set up the server hardware
(IGS also donates server space for the RAC and ARAS World-Wide Web
Pages that contain much useful information for Canadian amateurs).

If you wish to obtain a callsign E-mail address, simply send a message
to:

al...@rac.ca

with:

callsign = realaddress

in the BODY of the message.

For example, if my callsign was VA4KP and my real (current) E-mail
address was:

h...@qsy.ca

I would put the following in the BODY of the message:

VA4KP = h...@qsy.ca

Any subsequent mail addressed to:

VA...@rac.ca

would be redirected by the IGS server to:

h...@qsy.ca

Of course, such mail would NOT go anywhere near RAC headquarters, nor
be seen by RAC officials, nor placed in a public database that could
be exploited for "junk-mail" distribution. Any E-mail addressed
directly to:

h...@qsy.ca

will also be delivered as in the past without passing through the IGS
server.

The E-mail aliasing service is currently set up on a trial basis. If
it works well and amateurs find it useful, it will remain available
for all who wish to use it.
_________________________________________________________________

Margaret L. Putman WP2T

spa...@mc.net

Voice/FAX: +1 (847) 695-5664

502 Margurite St.
Elgin, IL 60123
USA

* CW


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Member of FISTS, International Morse Preservation Society

I can teach CW and be an on the air code buddy to those interested in
practicing CW. I have knowledge of Marine Radio, ham radio at sea, and
experience in maritime Search and Rescue.
_________________________________________________________________

- Q -
_________________________________________________________________

Steven Quick KO6KS

ko...@csiway.com
AX.25: KO...@N7SX.SOCA.CA.USA.NOAM

* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Magnetic
Loops/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing

* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Power Supplies
* QRP

* RTTY

* Homebrew tube equipment, in general
* Homebrew transistorized receivers
* Homebrew QRP and QRO CW transmitters
* Old radio restoration
* Practical power generation at home and in the field
* (Triode type single ended audio amplifiers. Not really a ham
topic)
* Practical antennas and feedlines without the nonsense
* Getting on the air effectively without spending a "kilodollar"
_________________________________________________________________

(Continued in next part.)


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_________________________________________________________________

- R -
_________________________________________________________________

J. Scott Ratchford KC5JGV

kc5...@arrl.net

Voice: +1 (870) 448-5123
Work: +1 (870) 448-3111
FAX: +1 (870) 448-4709

Marshall, AR 72650
USA

* ARES/RACES


* Amiga Personal Computer
* Antennas

(VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Mobile/Portable/Field Day


* Packet and Digital Networking

* Radio Control (RC)
* Repeaters

* Chemical Safety
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* SETI
* SKYWARN


* ATV
* SSTV
* Towers

* Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
* VHF/UHF

ARES Emergency Coordinator for Searcy County, Arkansas
_________________________________________________________________

James Redding KB7UIX

kb7...@amsat.org
AX.25: KB7...@WB7TLS.AZ.USA.NOAM

http://www.primenet.com/~cracked/

Tucson, AZ
USA

* Antennas (VHF/UHF)
* Batteries


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Packet and Digital Networking

* Portable
* VHF/UHF
_________________________________________________________________

Jerry Rego KE7YG

jerry...@usa.net
jerr...@aol.com

160 16th St.
P.O. Box 388
Verplanck, NY 10596
USA

* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair)


* Antique and Older Equipment

* Apple Macintosh Computer
* Batteries
* CW

* Field Day
* HF/DX


* Homebrewing
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Power Supplies


* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety

* VHF

* FCC General Radiotelephone License (former First Class License)
* Former Coast Guard Warrant Officer and Radio Electrician
* Current Instrument and Controls Engineer, Consolidated Edison
* Current Battalion Signal Officer, 2nd Brigade, VADF
* Certified, NABER and ANSI 45.2 Level III Engineer

I am a consulting engineer, which takes me to various locations. My
home address is shown above and in the call book. I can answer E-mail
(as everyone knows) from anywhere that I may be.

Don't know where you are going to use a old horse like myself. I am
part of the old and part of the new displine. I have fabricated all my
wire antennas which includes the matching device (transformer) and
been building equipment for more than a quarter of a century. I also
manage to repair all my equipment - when parts are available. I
restore early age broadcast receivers and HF transceivers. I know the
old Heathkit HW100 and HW101 very well and built a Heathkit 5400
transceiver with matching Power Supply. I have constructed many
amplifiers and own a Swan, Collins (S-Line), Kenwood, Heathkit, and
Johnson. I am very active in the two meter band.

In addition, I have restored many an old Coleman Lanterns (which is
very enjoyable) and also have some American Gas Machine Lanterns
(1930's).
_________________________________________________________________

Randall Rhea KR5RR

rh...@compuserve.com

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/rhea/hamradio.htm

Coppell, Texas
USA

* Antennas (Wire/Homebrew/Mobile/Indoor)
* UNIX
* VHF

* Six Meters
* Icom 706, 735, and 726

Six Meter VHF Band Frequently-Asked Questions (FAQ) World-Wide Web Page:

http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/rhea/sixmeter.htm
_________________________________________________________________

Edward (Ed) Richards K6UUZ

k6...@juno.com

343 Gault Way
Sparks, NV 89431
USA

* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Log Periodic/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor/Other)


* Antique and Older Equipment

* Commercial Services Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF
* Homebrewing


* Mobile/Portable
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Power Supplies
* Repeaters
* Towers
* VHF/UHF

I build the only coaxial antenna I have seen for amateur radio. I
experiment with antennas from 80m to 440MHz. I am a retired 2-way
radio senior technician with 25 years of service with Motorola C&E
repairing, installing, and testing, of commercial 2-way radio
equipment including pagers, portables, mobiles, base and control
stations, repeaters, CCTV, communications consoles, remote control
equipment, microwave and multiplex. I am familiar with the test
equipment required to perform these duties. I write technical articles
for our club newsletter. I am competent with both tube and transistor
circuitry. I hold or have held an Extra Class Amateur Radio License, a
First Class Commercial Radiotelephone License, a General Class
Commercial Radiotelephone License, a California State Contractors
License Class C63 (Communications), and two CET Certificates.
_________________________________________________________________

Homer Richardson WB5ASP

hrich...@tislink.com

Work: +1 (601) 833-4126
FAX/Modem: +1 (601) 833-2659

1545 Friendship Lane NW
Brookhaven, MS 39601
USA

* HF/DX


* Packet and Digital Networking

* RTTY
* Chemical Safety


* Seminars/Lectures
* Volunteer Examiner

I teach radio classes for new hams and primarily work HF, with a
special interest in DX and the digital modes.
_________________________________________________________________

W. E. Richardson KB6TLU

kb6...@ctaz.com

* ARES/RACES


* Antique and Older Equipment

* Packet and Digital Networking
_________________________________________________________________

Bruce Rifleman NE4E

ne...@ipass.net

+1 (919) 467-4655

Cary, NC
USA

* Antennas (Wire/Portable/Indoor)
* CW


* HF/DX
* IBM PC's

* Internet Services
* QRP
_________________________________________________________________

Al Roberson WQ4R

a...@airnet.net

+1 (205) 586-2081

122 Brookwood Cir., N.E.
Arab, AL 35016
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Log
Periodic/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable)


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day
* HF
* Homebrewing

* Mobile


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies

* RFI
* Towers
* Volunteer Examiner (Central Alabama VEC)
* Youth
_________________________________________________________________

Johnny Robinson KC0AOC

joh...@hotmail.com

Work: +1 (417) 863-8066

301 West Historic 66 Springfield, MO 65757-7514
USA

or

P.O. Box 50743
Springfield, MO 65805-0743
USA



* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Mobile
* RACES/SKYWARN
* Chemical Safety
* Seminars/Lectures

* Emergency Medical Technician-Instructor
* Radiation (Defense) Officer
* Radiation Monitor-Instructor
* HAZMAT
* Emergency Services Technician
_________________________________________________________________

"Buck" Rogers K4ABT

k4...@packetradio.com
buck...@inmind.com

Packet Radio Networking World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.packetradio.com/
http://www.packetradio.org/
http://www.sedan.org/

To open the pages, a Packet Radio Glossary that I began writing in
1988, and updated as new mnemonics and acronyms were added to the
Packet jargon, is at:

http://www.packetradio.com/glossary.htm

Next there is the "original" Packet Radio Primer for the Novice or
beginning Packet Radio operator at:

http://www.packetradio.com/primer.htm

Since 1996, the TNC to Transceiver diagrams from these pages are the
most used and imitated on the WWW. I maintain these drawings directly
from the Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM's) and insure they are
of the latest makes and models. These interface diagrams are at:

http://www.packetradio.com/tnc2rad.htm

These interface drawings are taken from over 14 years of the PACKET
USERS NOTEBOOK column in CQ Magazine. In addition, I've included many
TNC and transceiver 9600 baud modifications at:

http://www.packetradio.com/9600mods.htm

I've included several zip files of the latest X-1J4 Rev C code and
Packet Radio terminal programs. This site contains information and
instructions that enable the reader and user to build and configure a
Packet Radio network. Complete with the TNC changes and MODS plus
both user level and backbone node parameter suggestions, at:

http://www.packetradio.com/network.htm

The parameters and mode guidelines are at:

http://www.packetradio.com/x1j4pram.htm

To round out these pages to be the most helpful to all Amateurs, there
are pages that describe "How to...":

* Design and build antennas, complete with drawings and formulas
* Build a superb ground system for your QTH, node/repeater, or comm
site
* Build a solar powered site where no utility mains are present
* A coaxial cable table for the most used Coax by Amateurs
* WX Watch and SKYWARN links
* A Packet Radio bandplan
* An online callbook lookup link
* Hamfest Calendar
* Network maps of the 11 State SEDAN emergency comm network

and much, much more.
_________________________________________________________________

Scott Rosenfeld N7JI

(ex-NF3I)

h...@w3eax.umd.edu

http://w3eax.umd.edu/~ham/

+1 (541) 684-9970

766 Brookside Drive
Eugene, OR 97405
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* Batteries
* College and University Clubs

* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF/DX/Contesting


* Homebrewing
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* QRP
* Electrical Safety

* Seminars/Lectures
* VHF/UHF


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

* Volunteer Examiner (Laurel VEC)


* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI VEC)

I have been a ham since 15. I have been an Extra class operator since
age 17, and a VE since age 18. [_Editor's Note:_ Possibly the youngest
Contact VE ever.]

I am an avid HF QRP (low power) and mobile operator. I have spent
literally hundreds of hours installing my mobile station (IC-706 and
Screwdriver antenna, plus more grounding straps than I can remember)
in my 1995 Neon.

Most of the time I operate QRP CW mobile.

Why? It challenges my operating skills as much as possible, plus QRP
is safer (RF-wise) than is 100 or 1500 watts. With the effects of RF
exposure still unknown, I don't feel like exposing myself to
high-power RF fields any more than necessary, and if 3 watts will do
the job, so be it, I'll emit it.

In addition, people are generally amazed when you mention that not
only are you running just 3 measly watts output power, and on top of
that you're doing it from your car as it's zipping down the Interstate
at 65 mph. They just can't believe it's possible that less power than
a nightlight is bouncing off the ionosphere and ground three times,
and is still able to be detected 10,000 miles away.

I'm here to tell them it is.

I enjoy building kits, and consider myself to be a good builder.

I am a fair contest operator, and enjoy 35 WPM CW ragchews as well as
hunting for DX.

I moved from Laurel, MD to Eugene, OR in November, 1998. It has been
strange to not hear European stations 24 hours a day, although I am
getting used to hearing Japanese stations 24 hours a day. I am a
member of the Valley Radio Club of Eugene, and give VE exams with the
local group. In the past I have been very active with both the Laurel
(Maryland) and University of Maryland Amateur Radio Clubs, and
operated with both during public service events, contests, special
events, and emergency operations (earthquakes, hurricanes, etc.). I
have been the chief HF operator at University of Maryland HF-related
events (Field Day and Sweepstakes) for the past three years.

As a Volunteer Examiner, I have conducted roughly 150 test sessions,
testing at minimum a thousand applicants.

I have given Novice/Technician/General license class instruction, as
well as taught a 5 WPM code class. I have been told that I have a
knack for describing complex subjects in ways that make them far
easier for laypeople to understand. I developed a presentation touting
the best points of QRP, and made presentations at four radio clubs in
Maryland, and at the QRP forum at the 1998 Dayton Hamvention. I
organized the Dayton QRP banquet in 1998, and am doing the same in
1999.

Most of all, I love a good challenge, and proving I can do something
I've been told is practically impossible.

For instance, would anyone believe that communicating on 20 meters
over a distance of 14,000 miles from your car at 2.5 watts was
possible?
_________________________________________________________________

Ronald Rossi KK1L

rro...@btv.ibm.com
kk...@arrl.net

http://www.qsl.net/kk1l/

Voice: +1 (802) 527-3911
Work: +1 (802) 769-7477

49 Congress St. #2
St. Albans, VT 05478
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)


* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Field Day

* HF/Contesting/DX


* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* RACES
* RFI
* Towers
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

My favorite aspect of amateur radio is contesting. It drives my
station improvements and operating proficiency. I have played around
with antennas and made various station modifications to improve my
contact efficiency. Along the way I have solved some RFI problems,
built many of my station accessories, installed and built some HF
antennas, put up a small (40') tower, etc.

I volunteer as a RACES operator in no particular capacity. I help with
a few VE test sessions a year mostly representing the ARRL VEC with
the Burlington ARC team.

I work as a SRAM design/product engineer at IBM Microelectronics in
Essex Junction, Vermont. I have been interested in electronics and
computers since a young age, but only got my amateur radio license in
1993 as a Technician at the age of 31. I got to know the code and
upgraded to Extra in February of 1994.
_________________________________________________________________

John Rymell N3PFF

n3...@csrlink.net

Work: +1 (570) 389-4739

6175 Route 405 Highway
Muncy, PA 17756


USA

* 10-X International
* ARES

* Antennas (HF/VHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Magnetic
Loops/Homebrew/Portable)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* Field Day
* HF
* Homebrewing

* LF


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking

* QRP
* Repeaters

* Restore and operate old tube rigs
* Enjoy homebrewing and QRP activities
* My favorite aspect of the hobby is building operational one-tube
transmitters as part of re-creating the early Novice stations. My
"old style" shack contains older model receivers, tuners,
transmitters, and wire antennas.
* I am the Lycoming County ARRL EC, and am here to help new and/or
aspiring Amateurs.
_________________________________________________________________

- S -
_________________________________________________________________

Aaron D. Schmitz KB0YKI

asch...@marktwain.net
kb0...@qsl.net

http://www.marktwain.net/~aschmitz/

+1 (573) 494-3549

Route 1, Box 31
Ewing, MO 63440
USA

* Antennas (VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew)
* Apple Macintosh Computer


* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Packet and Digital Networking
_________________________________________________________________

Rodney L. Scribner KA1RFD

ka1...@juno.com
AX.25: KA1...@W1TLC.ME.USA.NOAM

RR 4, Box 6770
Gardiner, ME 04345
USA

* Antennas
* CW
* ARES/RACES
* NTS Traffic Nets


* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Packet and Digital Networking

* RTTY
* Volunteer Examiner

ARRL - Maine Affiliated Club Coordinator (ACC)

Maine RACES Director

Member, OOTC - Old Old Timers Club
_________________________________________________________________

Thomas C. Sefranek WA1RHP

t...@cmcorp.com

http://hamradio.cmcorp.com/

Voice: +1 (978) 425-6672
Work: +1 (978) 772-6401
FAX: +1 (978) 772-6406

112 Great Road
Shirley, MA 01464
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)


* Batteries
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF


* Homebrewing
* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies

* RFI
* Repeaters


* Towers
* UNIX
* VHF

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Massachusetts ARRL VE Contact

ARRL Technical Specialist (Eastern Massachusetts)

ARRL Instructor

Elmer Sessions every Monday Night at my house.
_________________________________________________________________

John D. Seney WD1V


.-.
/ \ .-.
/ \ / \ .-. .-. .-. .-.
`-' `-' `-' `-' `-' `-----------------------
John D. Seney, WD1V LeCroy Sales Engineer
Voice/FAX: +1 (603) 627-6303 / 627-1623
Demos & Advanced Training: wd...@amsat.org
Oscilloscope FAQ: http://people.ne.mediaone.net/wd1v/

Free Macintosh Amateur Radio Test Simulators

Available under:

ftp://ftp.barc.org/pub/hamradio/mac/theory-and-morse/

Macnet Macintosh Amateur Radio Software Distribution

Mac Computers + Hams + Radios = Macnet Software

Available under:

ftp://ftp.barc.org/pub/hamradio/mac/

or via First Class Mail on 10 New Disks for just $30.00 US

(Each Stuffed with the Latest Self Extracting Public Domain or
Freeware Versions - 800k Disks)

Macnet Index by Disk:

1. Logs + Demos
2. DX + Contest
3. Education + Remote Control
4. Astronomy + FAX
5. Packet Terminals
6. Net/Mac TCP/IP + FAQ
7. Novice Test (or the Ham Test of Your Choice)
8. Satellite Trackers + Dove
9. C/C++ Programming Tutors
10. Macnet Roster ("Who's Who" of Hams w/ Macs)

Send Check or Money Order - Outside USA Send $40.00 US
All Orders Shipped within 48 Hours

Maintainer of rec.radio.amateur.misc FAQ

(Formerly maintained by Diana Syriac, KC1SP, and Ian Kluft, KO6YQ.)

Available from:

http://people.ne.mediaone.net/wd1v/hamradio.faq.html

Send me an E-mail message with the words "HAM FAQ" on the subject line
(or packet with your E-mail address) if you want the FAQ text file
sent to you as an attached 120 KB file.

Send me a formatted disk with SASE disk mailer if you want the FAQ
text file sent to you on disk. PC or Mac formats are fine.

(The majority of the original content of the FAQ remains the same, but
now it's a hypertext document with hundreds of links to radio-related
sites and is a significant resource to all students of amateur radio -
regardless of their license status.)
_________________________________________________________________

Dr. H. Paul Shuch N6TX

n6...@setileague.org

533 Liberty Street
P.O. Box 555
Little Ferry, NJ 07643
USA

Voice: +1 (201) 641-1770
FAX: +1 (201) 641-1771

Executive Director, The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)
League, Inc.

SETI League World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.setileague.org/

"We Know We're Not Alone!"
_________________________________________________________________

Earl Simpson AC5AJ

ea...@insolwwb.net

Voice: +1 (870) 578-2385
FAX: on request only

19741 Highway 158
Harrisburg, AR 72432-9260
USA



* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Power Supplies


* Electrical Safety
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

Rein Smit W6/PA0ZN

rei...@ix.netcom.com

Earth-Moon-Earth (EME) and Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI)
World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.nitehawk.com/rasmit/
_________________________________________________________________

Bill Sohl K2UNK

bill...@planet.net

+1 (973) 691-8116

Budd Lake, NJ
USA

* Internet Services
* Scouting
* Towers (Zoning Issues)
* VHF
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)

ARRL Local Government Liaison
_________________________________________________________________

J Rick Sohl KK5RIC, AFA4ZV

(ex-WB5MPX, XE2JZL, et al)

kk5...@arrl.net

ICQ#: 11195486

Voice/FAX (Texas): +1 (915) 550-7959
Voice/FAX (New Mexico): +1 (505) 354-7031
Cellular: +1 (915) 556-1877

2712 Halifax Ave.
Odessa, Texas 79762-8004
USA

HC 67, Box 157
Nogal, NM
USA

* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN
* AMSAT
* AMTOR
* Antennas


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* CAP
* Commercial Services Equipment
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF
* Homebrewing


* Internet Services
* 160 Meters

* Microwave
* USAF MARS


* Mobile/Portable/Field Day
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies
* QRP

* RFI
* Repeaters


* ATV
* SSTV
* Towers

* VHF/UHF

ARRL Technical Specialist

I am a pilot (N6141F) with more than 10 years as air and ground search
and rescue. Active in ARES, RACES, and Civil Air Patrol (CAP West 41).

I also have a home in Alpine, Texas, USA.

I now teach classes four times a year. I do classroom work in 15
hours. I teach the Technician class using the ARRL video course.

I also do an adult class where I give them a study guide and have them
get the study materials and home study for six weeks. Then I do a
Saturday review, and (if needed) a Sunday review, then set up the test
the next weekend.
_________________________________________________________________

Harvey M. Solomon KQ0A

hsol...@qlab.quintiles.com
be...@aol.com

Voice: +1 (404) 816-5853
Work: +1 (770) 437-3039

Quintiles Laboratories Limited
5500 Highlands Parkway, Suite 600
Smyrna, GA 30082


USA

* CW
* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

_________________________________________________________________

Keith Sproul WU2Z

ksp...@noc.rutgers.edu

http://dorm.rutgers.edu/~ksproul/

Voice: +1 (732) 821-4828
Work: +1 (732) 445-3695

698 Magnolia Road
North Brunswick, NJ 08902
USA

* Apple Macintosh Computer


* College and University Clubs

* Field Day


* Packet and Digital Networking

* SSTV


* Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)

Co-Author of WinAPRS/MacAPRS:

http://aprs.rutgers.edu/

GPS Expert, including DGPS
_________________________________________________________________

Mark Sproul KB2ICI

msp...@ap.org

North Brunswick, New Jersey



* Packet and Digital Networking

Automated Position Reporting System (APRS) World-Wide Web Page:

(WinAPRS, MacAPRS)

http://aprs.rutgers.edu/
_________________________________________________________________

Jim Stanley W6GH, AFA3CY, AFF3A

jsta...@prairie.lakes.com

Voice: +1 (507) 234-6216
Work: +1 (507) 835-6458
FAX: +1 (507) 835-6666

301 East Allyn Street
Janesville, MN 56048-9202
USA

* Antennas


* Antique and Older Equipment

* HF
* Homebrewing
* 160 Meters

* MARS


* RFI
* RF Safety

* VHF/UHF

My vocation and avocation both deal with Radio Frequency transmission
and propagation. I have spent considerable time working with RF safety
issues as they pertain to broadcast radio, television, and now amateur
stations.

Presently I serve as Region 3 Administrative Assistant for Air Force
MARS.

Additionally, I serve as Activities Director and Chairman of the Field
Day Committee for the Viking Amateur Radio Society (VARS).
_________________________________________________________________

John Stannard KL7JL

stan...@alaska.net
AX.25: KL...@KL7JL.AK.USA.NOAM
kl...@kl7jl.ampr.org [44.22.0.1]

+1 (907) 235-5449

65190 Nordvik Ave.
Anchor Point, AK 99556-9702
USA

Located near Homer, Alaska, USA



* IBM PC's
* Packet and Digital Networking

ampr.org IP Coordinator for Alaska subnet (44.22.xxx.xxx)

I run a JNOS full-service BBS, so if you need help with TCP/IP, I'll
be glad to try to get you started. Any other help with packet radio
will certainly be provided, too.

I can help with most things regarding PC's, but I'm not a programmer.
:-(



[_Editor's Note:_ All ampr.org coordinators are listed in the document
at:

ftp://ftp.ucsd.edu/hamradio/amprnets

]

_________________________________________________________________

Ralph T. Stetson III KD1R, NNN0BBF

rste...@crossnet.org
kd...@together.net
AX.25: KD1R@KD1R.#NWVT.VT.USA.NOAM

http://www.together.net/~kd1r/

943 Osgood Hill Rd.
Westford, VT 05494


USA

* 10-X International
* ARES

* BBS's
* Field Day
* Navy/Marine Corps. MARS
* Novice/Tech Instruction


* Packet and Digital Networking

* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

ARRL Vermont Assistant Section Manager

Volunteer with Red Cross in Emergency Communications and Disaster Relief

Liaison for ARRL VE sessions in Burlington, VT

(Serving all of VT and adjacent states monthly on the second Friday)

I have regular classes set up for entry into Ham Radio in Essex
Junction (Vermont) as part of the Essex Adult Education Program, and
in conjunction with the Burlington ARC. We also offer free weekend
classes at least three times a year.
_________________________________________________________________

C. E. (Chuck) Strobel K6PBT

k6...@cestro.com

Maintainer of the K6PBT Dealer Directory:

(For the Ham Radio/SWL/Electronics Enthusiast)

http://www.cestro.com/pcdealer/

DX PacketCluster WebNet World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.cestro.com/pcluster/

This is a very popular site for DX Cluster sysops and users alike. It
contains cluster links, tutorial guides, GO-BBS info, the pcluster-l
reflector archives, cluster utilities/databases, DXNODES directory,
telnet guide, and more.

Please direct any feedback, submissions, or administrivia regarding
these resources to my E-mail address above.
_________________________________________________________________

Suparyono Subastian YC3YQ/5

supa...@electro.yc3yq.ampr.org
ecuser1.yc3yq.ampr.org
AX.25: ECUSER1.YC3YQ.AMPR.ORG
yo...@ecuser1.ampr.org

Voice: +62 341-560374
Work: +62 341-581092

INDONESIA

* Amiga Personal Computer
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Computer Simulation/Design/Repair)


* Apple Macintosh Computer
* Batteries

* GRAPES


* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Internet Services
* Laser Communications


* LF
* 160 Meters

* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI
* RTTY
* ATV
* SSTV


* Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
* VHF/UHF

* UNIX
_________________________________________________________________

Phil Sussman N8PS

(ex-KB8LUJ)

pac...@pactor.com
pac...@dnaco.net
AX.25: N8PS@N8PS.#DAY.OH.USA.NOAM
44.70.12.77

http://www.pactor.com/

Voice: +1 (937) 854-2929
FAX: +1 (937) 854-0012

P.O. Box 31
Clayton, OH 45315
USA

* AMTOR/PACTOR/RTTY
* BARTG
* DSP


* Volunteer Examiner (W5YI VEC)

* Editor/Publisher of PACTOR NEWS
* Moderator of PACTOR Forum at Dayton Hamvention
* Elmer on HF Digital Technology and ARQ (Linked) Modes
_________________________________________________________________

Anthony Sweeney W4VPI

aswe...@bellatlantic.net

+1 (540) 345-4239

P.O. Box 4454
Roanoke, VA 24015
USA

* Antennas (Mobile)


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
_________________________________________________________________

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--- list.body.old Mon Oct 4 03:00:13 1999
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@@ -1564,6 +1564,36 @@
- F -
_________________________________________________________________

+David B. Feeney WN1F
+
+ wn...@arrl.net
+ dxc...@msn.com
+
+ http://homepages.msn.com/LibraryLawn/wn1f/hamradio.html
+
+ Voice: +1 (207) 883-9545
+ Work: +1 (207) 885-5572 ext 424
+
+ 1 Ridgeway Road
+ Scarborough, Maine 04074
+ USA
+
+ * Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
+ * CW
+ * HF/DX
+ * IBM PC's
+ * 160 Meters
+ * Mobile/Field Day
+ * Novice/Tech Instruction
+ * Chemical Safety
+ * Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)
+
+ HF Mobile enthusiast, operating various WAS/DX Nets on SSB/CW
+
+ I enjoy running to various county/state/capitals/provinces to allow
+ others to achieve various awards.
+ _________________________________________________________________
+
M. Fehrmann

hamq...@hamquest.com
@@ -2317,6 +2347,39 @@
RF Theory
_________________________________________________________________

+Coy Hilton AC0Y
+
+ ac...@arrl.net
+ kt...@msn.com
+
+ +1 (407) 351-6199
+
+ 10025 Gramerly Ln.
+ Orlando, FL 32821
+ USA
+
+ * AMSAT
+ * Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Mobile)
+ * Batteries
+ * Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
+ * HF
+ * Homebrewing
+ * IBM PC's
+ * Internet Services
+ * Mobile/Portable/Field Day
+ * Novice/Tech Instruction
+ * Packet and Digital Networking
+ * Power Supplies
+ * Radio Control (RC)
+ * RFI
+ * Repeaters
+ * Spread Spectrum
+ * ATV
+ * SSTV
+ * VHF
+ * Volunteer Examiner (ARRL and W5YI VEC)
+ _________________________________________________________________
+
Lindsay Hodgdon

pv...@airmail.net
@@ -2509,9 +2572,8 @@


= Newington CT 06111 (USA) | =
= | =
===============================================================

- * Listings of Examination Opportunities -- bi-weekly postings
+ * Listings of Examination Opportunities
http://www.arrl.org/arrlvec/
- ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/rec.radio.amateur.misc/


* Volunteer Examining procedures - ARRL VE Manual
* Support and Instruction for Volunteer Examiners - Coordinating
Exams

@@ -2869,18 +2931,16 @@

Veikko (Veke) Komppa OH2MCN

-
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
Veikko Komppa "Veke"
- Collecting licensing information via Internet
- MORE THAN DXCC AVAILABLE THRU The Web
- Licensing info in Web at http://www.vtt.fi/ket/staff/komppa/license.htm
OH2MCN, ex OH5VD,OH2XD,CR9D,VK9YD,S79VD,FR0VD,3D2VD,9M8VD,5W1VD
- Internet: Veikko...@vtt.fi
- QTH: Paaskynkuja 7, FIN-03100, Nummela, FINLAND tel. +358 9 2222 448
- JOB: P.O.Box 1400, FIN-02044 VTT, FINLAND tel. +358 9 456 5260
- fax. +358 9 456 7026
---------------------------------------------------------------------------
+Collecting licensing information on the Internet
+MORE THAN 230 COUNTRIES AVAILABLE THRU The Web
+http://www.qsl.net/oh2mcn/license.htm
+Internet: OH2...@sral.fi or OH2...@qsl.net or Veikko...@vtt.fi
+QTH: Paaskynkuja 7, FIN-03100, Nummela, FINLAND tel +358 9 2222 448
+JOB: P.O.Box 1400, FIN-02044 VTT, FINLAND tel +358 9 456 5260
+ fax +358 9 456
+7026



Information for licensing abroad for radio amateurs

@@ -4571,6 +4631,42 @@
- R -
_________________________________________________________________

+J. Scott Ratchford KC5JGV
+
+ kc5...@arrl.net
+
+ Voice: +1 (870) 448-5123
+ Work: +1 (870) 448-3111
+ FAX: +1 (870) 448-4709
+
+ Marshall, AR 72650
+ USA
+
+ * ARES/RACES
+ * Amiga Personal Computer
+ * Antennas
+ (VHF/UHF/Beams/Yagis/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)
+ * Homebrewing
+ * IBM PC's
+ * Internet Services
+ * Mobile/Portable/Field Day
+ * Packet and Digital Networking
+ * Radio Control (RC)
+ * Repeaters
+ * Chemical Safety
+ * Electrical Safety
+ * RF Safety
+ * SETI
+ * SKYWARN
+ * ATV
+ * SSTV
+ * Towers
+ * Tucson Amateur Packet Radio (TAPR)
+ * VHF/UHF
+
+ ARES Emergency Coordinator for Searcy County, Arkansas
+ _________________________________________________________________
+
James Redding KB7UIX

kb7...@amsat.org
@@ -5755,6 +5851,36 @@

The ARRL Info Server Sysop is now Mary Lau. See her entry for more
information.
+ _________________________________________________________________
+
+Duane Traver WV2B
+
+ wv...@arrl.net
+ wv...@earthlink.net
+
+ http://www.home.earthlink.net/~wv2b/
+
+ 99 Oregon Hill Rd.
+ Lisle, NY 13797
+ USA
+
+ * CW
+ * HF/Contesting/DX
+
+ * ARRL Official Observer
+ * County Hunting- USA-CA award for working all counties
+ * DXpeditions - Have been on 2 DXpeditions to St. Paul Island
+ * Contesting - favorite is QSO parties, many years in contests
+ * DX - Like working DX
+ * Awards chasing- hold many awards, and am awards manager for
+ several
+
+ Web pages:
+
+ * http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/
+ * http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/uspx.html
+ * http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/48100.html
+ * http://www.homestead.com/dxpileup/StPaul1.html
_________________________________________________________________

Clark S. Turner WA3JPG

--
73, Paul W. Schleck, K3FU

psch...@novia.net (personal mail)
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_________________________________________________________________

- T -
_________________________________________________________________

Irving Taubman KC6YSZ

i_ta...@hotmail.com

Voice: +1 (408) 595-4723
Work: +1 (408) 956-7649
FAX: +1 (408) 584-2660

2408 Cipriani Blvd.
Belmont, CA 94002
USA

* Antennas (Microwave/Dishes/Design)
* Batteries
* DSP


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* HF
* Homebrewing

* IBM PC's
* Microwave

* Power Supplies


* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI

* RF Safety
* Spread Spectrum
* VHF/UHF
_________________________________________________________________

Gary Thomas AA1UE

wealthte...@worldnet.att.net

Work: +1 (413) 739-3511
FAX: +1 (413) 781-4102

117 Florida St.
Springfield, MA 01089
USA

* Antennas (HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Portable/Indoor)
* CW


* Handicapped Operating
* HF

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* OSCAR


* Packet and Digital Networking

* Portable


* QRP
* Seminars/Lectures
* VHF

_________________________________________________________________

Jeffrey Thompson KE6MAS

10246...@compuserve.com

Work: +1 (310) 364-9803
FAX: +1 (310) 364-9875

Lennox, CA
USA

* 10-X International
* Contesting/DX


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing

* Towers

* Metal Fabrication
* Machine Shop Services
* Chassis Fabrication
* Welding
* Tower Service
* Antenna Installation
* Cable Fabrication
* Electronic Circuit Fabrication
* Troubleshooting
* Special Test Equipment Fabrication
_________________________________________________________________

Pierre Thomson KA2QPG

mmom...@ulster.net

Rifton, NY (near Kingston)
USA

Interests:

* Operate mostly HF, mostly CW
* 1750 meter band "LOWFER" operation
* LF/MF radiobeacon DXing
* Telephone RFI and lightning protection
* UNIX operating system
* VHF & UHF FM commercial experience
_________________________________________________________________

Patrick Tice WA0TDA

hand...@mtn.org

Voice: +1 (612) 520-0515
FAX: +1 (612) 520-0577

Courage Center
HANDI-HAM System
3915 Golden Valley Rd.
Golden Valley, MN 55422
USA

Manager, Courage HANDI-HAM System

I have information pertaining to Amateur Radio and physical
disabilities or sensory impairments, such as blindness.

Visit us on the World-Wide Web:

http://www.mtn.org/handiham/

HELP WANTED: READERS NEEDED BY HANDI-HAMS

The Courage HANDI-HAM Center needs volunteer readers to record ham
radio books and publications on audio tape. Volunteer readers provide
a valuable service to persons with severe physical disabilities and
sensory impairments who cannot use regular printed books.

Volunteers should hold an Amateur Radio license and be familiar with
hobby terms and expressions. A clear speaking voice and the ability to
read the written text of Amateur Radio books and describe the diagrams
and pictures are essential.

HANDI-HAMS will provide a tech sheet and a sample tape to new
volunteers, as well as a copy of the book to be read and cassette
master tapes. Readers will need a good-quality cassette tape recorder
and a quiet place to record. Some of the books we would ask readers to
tape would be ARRL license manuals, special interest Amateur Radio
books, and instruction manuals for radios.

This volunteer work can be done in one's own home, at one's own pace,
as long as there is a quiet place to read. It is a wonderful way to
share Amateur Radio with others!
_________________________________________________________________

Michael Tracy KC1SX


Michael Tracy, KC1SX | mtr...@arrl.org


American Radio Relay League |
225 Main St. |
Newington, CT 06111 USA |
+1 (860) 594-0200 - voice
+1 (860) 594-0259 - FAX

ARRL Test Engineer

My responsibilities include both QST Product Review and Advertising
Acceptance testing. I also assist with the ARRL's Technical
Information Service (TIS) and am very knowledgeable about research of
past QST articles.



The ARRL Technical Information Service (TIS) Coordinator is now
another member of the ARRL HQ staff. Please direct all TIS queries to
t...@arrl.org, _NOT_ my E-mail address above.

The ARRL Info Server Sysop is now Mary Lau. See her entry for more
information.

_________________________________________________________________

Duane Traver WV2B

wv...@arrl.net
wv...@earthlink.net

http://www.home.earthlink.net/~wv2b/

99 Oregon Hill Rd.
Lisle, NY 13797
USA

* CW
* HF/Contesting/DX

* ARRL Official Observer


* County Hunting- USA-CA award for working all counties

* DXpeditions - Have been on 2 DXpeditions to St. Paul Island

* Contesting - favorite is QSO parties, many years in contests

* DX - Like working DX

* Awards chasing- hold many awards, and am awards manager for

several

Web pages:

* http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/
* http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/uspx.html
* http://www.geocities.com/heartland/pines/7651/48100.html


* http://www.homestead.com/dxpileup/StPaul1.html
_________________________________________________________________

Clark S. Turner WA3JPG

tur...@ics.uci.edu

http://www.ics.uci.edu/~turner/

+1 (949) 856-2131

1622 Verano Place
Irvine, CA 92612
USA



* Antique and Older Equipment

* College and University Clubs
* CW

* HF
* QRP

I work QRP CW and enjoy wilderness backpacking. I am happy to meet
beginning CW ops on the air and take some time to make QSO's. I love
simple wire antennas and simple antenna tuners, and enjoy introducing
others to these simple pleasures.

I have some experience troubleshooting the Kenwood TS 520, 830 and 440
radios. I also have experience with the older Ten Tec radios like the
Triton IV, Corsairs and sometimes work on my OMNI VI. I am happy to
help others troubleshoot the rigs, and am willing to take it slowly
with beginners (and to find the answer from others when we can't
figure it out!)

I am beginning to get interested in better fidelity SSB, and am
learning about IF filter options for Kenwood and Ten Tec rigs. I have
experience with the aftermarket Fox Tango, IRCI and now INRAD filters.
I am happy to share information on these options, I currently use
several.

If you are nearby, or coming through the University, stop in to visit
my shack, just for fun. You might force me to clean it up, and that
makes my wife, KC6TKO, very happy.
_________________________________________________________________

William N. Turner W4WNT

w4...@w4bfb.org

Weddington, NC
USA

* Antennas (Wire)
* Chemical Safety


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Due to location, I've had to experiment with wire antennas rather than
put up a tower and beam. I am an Industrial Hygienist with a chemical
background and handle product related emergency response for a
chemical company.
_________________________________________________________________

Simon Twigger AA9PW, G1SNT

sim...@mcw.edu

http://www.biochem.mcw.edu/Postdocs/Simon/

Milwaukee, WI
USA

Maintainer of Practice World-Wide Web Site for FCC Amateur and Commercial
Radio License Exams:

http://www.biochem.mcw.edu/Postdocs/Simon/radio/exam.html
http://www.biochem.mcw.edu/Postdocs/Simon/radio/commercial.html

Users can take practice exams for the five amateur radio written
exams, Novice through to Extra. These can be taken either on-line via
a web page or Java applet, or off-line using exams requested via email
or by downloading the Java applet and running on the user's home
computer.

Practice for Morse Code is also available, including graded practice
tests at variable speeds.

Commercial General Radiotelephone Operator's License (GROL) Elements
1, 3, and 8 can be practiced on the commercial exam page.
_________________________________________________________________

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- V -
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John R. Veach KE4D

j...@stc.net

Voice/FAX: +1 (706) 745-8494

North Georgia Mountains
Blairsville, Georgia


USA

* Antennas
* CW

* Homebrewing
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Towers
* Volunteer Examiner

* Classes, Novice, Tech, General
* CW classes 5-20 wpm
* General help and advice for new hams
_________________________________________________________________

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Dan Wall

dan...@iname.com

* Antennas (UHF)
* DSP
* RFI
_________________________________________________________________

Dennis 'Deni' Watters WB0TAX

de...@dwatt.com
AX.25: WB0TAX@WB0TAX.#SHRV.LA.USA.NOAM
wb0...@wb0tax.ampr.org

http://www.dwatt.com/

Voice: +1 (318) 747-2823
Work: +1 (318) 456-3750
FAX: +1 (318) 747-2689

The Dun Muvn Farm
279 Ranchtown Road
Elm Grove, LA 71051
USA

* BBS's
* CW


* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Packet and Digital Networking

* Seminars/Lectures
_________________________________________________________________

Richard E Weingarten N0SH

ke...@cwix.com

http://home.cwix.com/~ke...@cwix.com/

1133 Northridge Drive
Erie, CO 80516
USA

* Antennas (HF/Wire)


* CW
* Field Day
* HF

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Packet and Digital Networking

* RTTY
* Scouting


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Cub Scout Den Leader, Pack 62, Den 2

_________________________________________________________________

William A. Wetzel N6RKY

n6...@pacbell.net
n6...@qsl.net
AX.25: N6RKY@W6QZ.#SCA.USA.NOAM
44.10.0.137

http://home.pacbell.net/n6rky/

ICQ#: 13983514

+1 (714) 639-8126

3014 E. Pearl Ave.
Orange, CA 92869-3747
USA

* Antennas
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Log
Periodic/Magnetic Loops/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* Batteries
* BBS's

* Commercial Services Equipment
* CW
* DSP
* HF/DX
* EME


* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* Internet Services
* Laser Communications
* LF
* 160 Meters

* Microwave


* Mobile/Portable
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* Packet and Digital Networking

* Power Supplies
* QRP
* RFI
* Repeaters

* Chemical Safety
* Electrical Safety
* RF Safety
* SETI

* Seminars/Lectures
* Towers
* VHF/UHF
* UNIX

Associate of Science in Electronics Technology (ASET); Rancho Santiago
College, Santa Ana, California
_________________________________________________________________

James W. White K1EXE

jww...@gate.net

ICQ#: 15285039

+1 (727) 868-6079

13441 Litewood Dr.
Hudson, FL 34669
USA

* Antennas
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Microwave/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Dishes/Magnetic
Loops/Homebrew/Repair/Mobile/Portable/Indoor)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* CW
* Equipment Testing/Troubleshooting

* HF/DX
* Homebrewing
* LF
* Mobile/Portable


* Power Supplies
* QRP

* Radio Control (RC)
* ATV

* Amateur Extra class CW operator
* Homebrew equipment (all types)
* Retired Engineer (disabled)
* Former Electronics Engineer at Raytheon Missile Systems (Designed
automatic test equipment for various parts of missile systems,
Patriot, Hawk, Amraam)
* Build all types of antennas
* Experiment with all types of radio, packet, CW, crystal sets, CCW,
etc.
* ARRL member
* Licensed 35+ years
* Not too physically able, but can help with questions
_________________________________________________________________

Robert Wilkins N6FRI

b...@cave.org
n6...@cave.org

http://www.cave.org/

+1 (802) 748-2668

Saint Johnsbury, Vermont


USA

* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

* Microwave


* Packet and Digital Networking

* Repeaters
* SAREX
* Spread Spectrum
* VHF/UHF
* UNIX

Caledonia Amateur VHF Enthusiasts (CAVE) World-Wide Web Page



(Available via my home page above.)

CAVE APRS World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.cave.org/aprs/
_________________________________________________________________

Andrew Wilkinson 6Y5KW

6y...@cwjamaica.com

Jamaica Amateur Radio Association (JARA) World-Wide Web Page:

(JARA is Jamaica's national amateur radio society.)

http://www.buyjamaica.com/jara/
_________________________________________________________________

Riley Williams GM7GOD, KB8PPG

r...@bigfoot.com

http://www.GeoCities.com/Heartland/Plains/5137/

Aberdeen, Scotland
UNITED KINGDOM

* BBS's
* IBM PC's
* MUD's


* Packet and Digital Networking

* UNIX

I am currently a mature student at King's College, University of
Aberdeen, studying for the B.Sc. (Hons.) Computing Science. I enter
the third year of this course on 25th September 1997.

I also have my own IBM compatible computer, which has a P166
processor, 32M of RAM and a total of 4.6G of hard drive space, spread
between three EIDE hard drives. This computer normally runs under the
Linux operating system, and I am gradually moving the above Fidonet
BBS system across from MSDOS to Linux. Because of the lack of
suitable software under Linux, I am writing one myself, having had 15
years experience as a professional programmer.

I am a regular participant in AuroraMUSH, a MultiUser system, and have
authored several patches to the suftware controlling it. It may be
visited at:

telnet://amush.cx:4190/

Status Servers:

telnet://status1.amush.cx:4191/
telnet://status2.amush.cx:4191/

I have been involved with Packet radio for over a decade now. Indeed,
it was packet radio that got me interested in Amateur Radio in the
first place.

I started up a mailing list connected with the Amateur Satellite
world, currently using manual subscriptions. The list is:

Space.R...@cus.umist.ac.uk

and is for the discussion of the possibility of placing an amateur
band repeater or transponder in orbit around a planet other than
Earth, or on the surface of one of the other planets.

I will add that, although I can claim to be something of an expert on
both Linux and Packet Radio, I am definitely NOT an expert on the two
together.
_________________________________________________________________

Thornton Williams KF4LGX

rea...@mindspring.com

2991 Godby Rd., O-6
College Park, GA 30349
USA

* Amiga Personal Computer


* College and University Clubs

* Handicapped Operating

REACT 4921 Team World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.reactintl.org/

We are on 145.41 every Monday at 8:30PM MATPARC Radio 2 Meters.
Welcome!
_________________________________________________________________

Paul Williamson KB5MU

kb...@amsat.org

http://www.amsat.org/amsat/kb5mu.html

FAX: +1 (619) 571-2881

San Diego, California
USA

* AMSAT


* Internet Services
* OSCAR

AMSAT (Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation) Vice President for Electronic
Publishing

AMSAT North America World-Wide Web Page:

(All kinds of information on amateur satellites)

http://www.amsat.org/

AMSAT North America Anonymous FTP Archive:

(Software and other files for amateur satellite enthusiasts)

ftp://ftp.amsat.org/

For email access to FTP archives, send a message with just:

help

in the body to:

ftp...@amsat.org

AMSAT-NA E-mail Aliases (_<callsign>_@amsat.org) Information:

http://www.amsat.org/amsat/listserv/remailer.html

AMSAT-NA Public Mailing Lists:

ANS (AMSAT News Service)
KEPS (Keplerian elements weekly bulletins)
AMSAT-BB (discussion about amateur satellites)
SAREX (discussion about manned space missions with amateur radio)
AMSAT-DC (regional discussion for District of Columbia)
AMSAT-NE (regional discussion for New England)

Send a message with just:

help

in the body to:

majo...@amsat.org

for instructions, or see:

http://www.amsat.org/amsat/listserv/menu.html

Maintainer of the DOS satellite tracking program InstantTrack by Franklin
Antonio, N6NKF.

InstantTrack Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) List:

http://www.amsat.org/amsat/intro/itfaq.html

Author of various programs for satellite and packet radio, including:

OrbitDRV (background tracking TSR, part of InstantTrack)
ITRACK (command line for OrbitDRV, part of InstantTrack)
ITPASS (satellite pass tables for InstantTrack)
ITSORT (edit and re-arrange InstantTrack's satellite list)
ITSTAMP (annotate a timestamped log with satellite position)
DISPANG (shows KCT antenna angles on screen)
DUMMYKCT (KCT-compatible TSR driver that just displays the angles)
KISS2ASC (convert a binary KISS log to readable text)
KISSFILT (select records from a KISS log)
_________________________________________________________________

Bob Wilson N6HB

n6...@arrl.net
bob.w...@ericsson.com

+1 (714) 538-N6HB (6642)

5834 E. Bottlebrush Drive
Orange, CA 92869-6039
USA

* Antennas (Wire)
* Contesting


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Wire antennas
Practical experience with and able to explain in easily
understood terms.

Contesting
Have operated in all major DX contests, in all categories. Won
the 1990 ARRL DX Contest in Single-Op 75M category (under old
call, KA1XN), using self-designed wire beams. Can explain
terminology and assist with strategy.

ARRL VE
Inactive, but still Extra class accredited examiner, through
11/30/2000.
_________________________________________________________________

R. Bruce Winchell N8UT

wi...@concentric.net
n8...@area-ham.org

Saginaw, MI
USA

* ARES/RACES/SKYWARN
* Antennas (MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Homebrew)


* HF
* Internet Services

* Repeaters
* Seminars/Lectures


* Volunteer Examiner (ARRL VEC)

Co-Founder of the Amateur Radio Education Alliance (AREA)

(A non-profit organization dedicated to supporting amateur radio through
education)

AREA World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.area-ham.org/

220 MHz-and-up Repeater Coordinator for the Michigan Area Repeater Council

I no longer serve in any ARRL Field Organization Positions.
_________________________________________________________________

Len Winkler KB7LPW

len...@goodnet.com
AX.25: KB7...@KC7Y.AZ.USA.NA

http://www.goodnet.com/~lenwink/

Voice: +1 (602) 861-0303
FAX: +1 (602) 241-1540

P.O. Box 9219
Phoenix, AZ 85068-9219


USA

* IBM PC's

Host of the weekly Ham Radio & More Show

Heard live (as of 11/10/96) Sundays at 2300 UTC, on 5.070 MHz, tape
delayed Mondays at 1000 UTC on 3.210 MHz, on RealAudio on the
Internet, as well as on many local AM/FM radio stations around the
country.

Ned Stearns, AA7A, is the co-host of the show, also known as the
PROFESSOR. Ned's E-mail address is ste...@gn2.getnet.com.

Ham Radio & More World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.goodnet.com/~lenwink/hrm.htm

ARRL Public Information Coordinator (PIC) for Arizona
_________________________________________________________________

Patrick Wintheiser W0OPW

w0...@yahoo.com

Meeker County, MN

* Antennas (MF/Quads/Computer
Simulation/Design/Homebrew/Mobile/Indoor)
* CW
* Mobile/Field Day
* Homebrewing

* Licensed as Novice in 1957
* Currently active using antenna modeling software (AO and NW) for
various designs
* Mobile and HF wire antennas
* Designed mobile tuner and published in QEX magazine Jan/Feb 1999
* Member, Mike and Key ARC in Seattle area
_________________________________________________________________

John Winward K3AOT

k3...@mail.eclipse.net

Voice: +1 (908) 534-5571
Work: +1 (908) 534-2219
FAX/Modem: +1 (908) 534-4811

105 Naraticong Trail
Whitehouse Station, NJ 08889-3934
USA

* Antennas
(MF/HF/VHF/UHF/Wire/Beams/Yagis/Quads/Homebrew/Mobile/Portable/Ind
oor)


* Antique and Older Equipment
* Batteries

* HF
* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's

* LF
* 160 Meters

* Mobile/Portable
* Novice/Tech Instruction
* Power Supplies

* QRP
* QCWA


* Radio Control (RC)
* RFI

* Electrical Safety
* VHF/UHF
* Youth

* 40 years continuously licensed with same call sign
* Advanced Class Amateur, Second Class Commercial
* Work 1.8 MHz through 440 MHz, except 220 MHz
_________________________________________________________________

Mike Witkowski N3FDL

m...@coredcs.com

Voice/FAX: +1 (715) 341-2433

4206 Nebel St.
Stevens Point, WI 54481
USA



* Homebrewing
* IBM PC's
* Internet Services

I used to run my own bulletin board system before the Internet came
along. I also do my own monthly newsletter called the _Hamband DX'er_
for many years. It is still going. I take care of the ARRL SWL Bureau.
My name is listed in any callbook under the various QSL bureaus. I am
an avid DX'er of the ham bands with over three hundred countries
confirmed. Presently I run my own WWW Page to help others with QSL
info requests.

DX QSL Info World-Wide Web Page:

http://www.coredcs.com/~mtw/

The DX QSL Info File is updated monthly. It is in Xbase format and
runs under a variety of software, including:

* Dbase
* Vplus
* Totalham
_________________________________________________________________

Bob Witte KB0CY, 7J1AUE

kb...@qsl.net

http://members.aol.com/robtwitte/

Voice: +1 (719) 488-0859
FAX: +1 (719) 488-0859

21060 Capella Drive
Monument, CO 80132
USA

* Mobile/Portable
* Reciprocal Licensing/Foreign Operation
* Repeaters
* VHF/UHF

* Interests:
+ VHF & UHF Repeaters
See the KB0CY FM VHF Operating Guide:
http://members.aol.com/RobtWitte/fmvhf.html
+ VHF & UHF Operation (including mountaintopping & portable
operation)
+ Scanning frequencies above 30 MHz
+ Coordinator for the Colorado 14er Radio Event (VHF/UHF hiking
& mountaintopping event):
http://members.aol.com/RobtWitte/colo14.html
+ Operated portable in Japan (7J1AUE)
+ General Mobile Radio Service (GMRS)
+ Test and measurement equipment
+ Technical writing (ham magazines, EE pubs and a few books)
* Qualifications & Questionable Credentials:
+ MSEE, FCC General Radiotelephone License, Amateur Extra Class
_________________________________________________________________

Dave Wright K6JOX

dwri...@ix.netcom.com

+1 (510) 278-1966

17451 Via Carmen
San Lorenzo, CA 94580-2615
USA

* ARES/RACES
* Antennas (HF/Wire/Beams/Yagis)
* BBS's


* CW
* Field Day

* HF/Contesting/DX


* IBM PC's
* Novice/Tech Instruction

* K6EAG (Hayward Radio Club)
* ARES - (local emergencies only)
* RACES -( " " " )
* Morse (CW) & Novice/Tech Class Instructor
* Computer Technician by trade
* Enjoy Contesting, DX chasing, HF ragchew (CW/SSB), Field Day
_________________________________________________________________

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- Y -
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- Z -
_________________________________________________________________

Martin Zurn IK2RMZ, DL1GBZ

ik2...@qsl.net

http://www.qsl.net/ik2rmz/

v.Fermi 10
21027 Ispra (VA)
ITALY

* Antennas (Wire)
* CW
* Esperanto
* UNIX
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