The American Radio Relay league home page                             This is the home site of the ARRL and will provide you with all kinds of info on Amateur Radio and Amateur Radio events.

QRZ.com http://www.qrz.com/ home page     This site contains more useful info on Armature radio along with equipment ads and a classified section and radio propagation info

 

 

 

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 Manatee County Armature Radio Club http://www.manatee-arc.org/     This is the web site of  the local Bradenton radio club and will give you info on Local Meetings, Membership and Events in Bradenton.

Sarasota  Armature Radio Association http://www.w4ie.org/         This is the web site of  the local Sarasota radio club and will give you info on Local Meetings, Membership and Events in Sarasota.

Big Stick Repeater System http://ni4ce.org/                                                      

          Ham Radio

 Over the years Amateur Radio has been one of the major influences in my life and I can say with no hesitation that interest in Ham Radio was the greatest influence in my pursuing a high tech future. For any one interested in technology or the inner workings of nature and science Amateur radio provides one of, if not the best and easiest hands on experimental routs to technology and science in existence. The wide scope of interests from satellites to building and designing equipment to new digital modes of communications and more will give anyone taking the time to learn and understand the fundamentals of radio and electronics a unique insight into nature,    

                                                                                science and the universe we live in. WA2IVN/4

 SARA

The West Central Florida Group, Inc. is a non-profit Amateur Radio organization.   We were founded in 2001 to manage and operate West Central Florida's only regional linked amateur radio repeater system.  The NI4CE System covers all or parts of fourteen counties and provides extensive mobile coverage along the I-75 and the I-4 corridors