QTH      Quincy, Illinois       +39.9°N, -91.3°W        Grid Square EM49

DSTAR   Reflector 051D     147.195 mhz & 441.89375 mhz Repeaters

WiRES-X  C4FM           Node 30625   146.43 mhz          Room 40625 
          Also use: Colorado-Link   MNWIS-Fusion   Kansas-City Rooms 


You are always welcome to check in to the Breakfast Club net.

I hope you can check with me on the following mornings when I am net control.

    7:00 am to 8:00 am Sunday

Net Control     Breakfast Club    3.973 mhz

    7:00 am to 8:00 am Wednesday


Breakfast Club         3.973 mhz         4am to 8am Central Time

This net is open to all amateur operators.
The Breakfast Club meets daily in four, one hour sessions, from 4 am to 8 am Central Time.
To join the Breakfast Club you need to check into the net 10 times.
Then you can go Hamdata.com to get a certificate.


68 Group                   7.268 mhz         2pm to 4pm Central Time

Join us in the afternoons, we are a friendly bunch
Check in with our net and stick around for the "73" round at 3:30
For more info check our website at 68group.net

Amateur Radio Callsign Lookup

University of Arkansas U.S. Amateur Radio Callsign   Lookup Page ARRL FCC License   Data Search
Buckmaster Worldwide HamCall   Callsign Server The QRZ   Callsign Database
Hamdata Callsign Server   Call Search

Amateur Radio Organizations

      Area Radio Clubs

Illinois      Missouri      Iowa
Quincy- WIARC Hannibal -HARC Davenport - DRAC
Canton -FCARC Columbia - CMRA
Springfield - SVRC St Charles - SCARC
Jacksonville - JARS St Louis - SRC
Peoria - PAARC Washignton - ZBARC

      Other Radio Organizations

Amateur Radio Satellite Corporation   Amsat American Radio Relay League   ARRL
Quarter Century Wireless Association   QCWA Radio Amateurs of Canada   RAC
Radio Society of Great Britain   RSGB Ten-Ten International Net, Inc.   Ten-Ten
The W5YI Group   W5YI Group Tucson Amateur Packet Radio   TAPR

Amateur Radio Equipment Manufacturers

Alinco HENRY Amplifiers P C Electronics Timewave
Astron Corporation Icom QRO Technologies WinRadio Communications
Bencher Kenwood Radio Shack Yaesu-U.S.A.
Barker & Williamson MAHA Energy Corp. SGC Manufacturing
Hamtronics Inc. MFJ Enterprises SSB Electronic USA
Heil Sound Mirage Sure Inc.
Optoelectronics Ten-Tec

      Links To More Manufacturers

Birmingham Amateur Radio Club - Internet Vender Directory

     Complete Repeater Listings By State

Illinois Repeater Association  IRA Kansas Amateur Repeater Council  KARC
Missouri Repeater Council  MRC Wisconsin Association of Repeaters  WAR
Iowa Repeater Council  IRC Amateur Radio Council of Arizona  ARCA
Indiana Repeater Council  IRC Florida Repeater Council  FRC
Arkansas Repeater Council  ARC Michigan Area Repeater Council  MARC

FYI: SERA (SouthEast Repeater Association) coordinates for the states of KY, TN, NC, SC, MS, VA, WV, & GA. They do not release a list of repeaters on the internet. You must be a paying member to receive a printed list of repeaters quarterly.
Other Helpful Links

Amateur Licensing

FCC - Universal Licensing System
FCC - Amateur Radio Service

      Other Links

National Institute of Standards and Technology - Time & Frequency Standards

Amateur Radio on the Internet, using voice-over-IP (VoIP) technology - EchoLink

An amateur radio logbook system for Windows - XMLog