The American Radio Relay League, ARRL, is a noncommercial organization of radio amateurs. The ARRL site is all encompassing – consider becoming a member, taking any of their training courses, buying gear from their online store, etc. There is so much here including:
Baker to Vegas is the world’s most prestigious and unique law enforcement foot race.. Starting in Baker, California and ending in Las Vegas, Nevada, law enforcement officers from around the globe battle it out every Spring for the chance of winning the coveted cup trophy. Ham radio operators provide radio communication support across the entire course. Mark you calendars for March 17/18, 2018.
Bioenno sells lightweight batteries, battery packs and solar panels perfect for QRP outings or emergency power needs anywhere.
The Hughes Amateur Radio Club is a local South Bay club. They are good people, and they have worked closely with SBARC to provide their tower for use with our antenna at HamCon. Some of our club members are also members of this club.
Always the third weekend in October, JOTA uses amateur radio to link Scouts and hams around the world.
The Palos Verdes Amateur Radio Club is a local South Bay club. They are good people too. Some of our club members are also members of this club.
There are various ham radio, electronics, and maker publications available for subscription:
TARA, the Torrance Amateur Radio Association, is an independently organized volunteer group associated with the Emergency Services division of the Torrance Police Department.
NIST radio station WWVH broadcasts time and frequency information 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to listeners worldwide. The station is located on the Island of Kauai, Hawaii on a 12 hectare (30 acre) site near Kekaha at Kokole Point.
NIST radio station WWV broadcasts time and frequency information 24 hours per day, 7 days per week to millions of listeners worldwide. WWV is located near Fort Collins, Colorado, about 100 kilometers north of Denver.
Learn Morse code properly and join that exclusive club of radio amateurs who easily copy without pencil and paper. The morseDX approach expands your horizons of amateur radio, perhaps even the way you will experience the magic of this special hobby. Your ears will open to the countless messages exchanged on the CW bands – messages that today are just a meaningless jumble.