The following links were submitted by our readers and other friends of AARC. Though not all are technical in nature, these links are germane to the field or spirit of Amateur Radio.
All About Circuits — https://www.allaboutcircuits.com/
An active and open electrical engineering online community that provides both interesting content and useful resources for electrical engineers and Amateur Radio Operators, especially the Education and Tools sections.
Amateur Radio and Emergency Communications — https://alertfind.com/amateur-radio-and-emergency-communications/Some basic info with links for further reading. (Warning: The primary website is commercial in nature and is not amateur radio related.)
Ultimate Guide to Disaster Preparedness on a Budget — https://couponfollow.com/research/disaster-preparedness-on-a-budget
Some helpful ideas on preparing a disaster preparedness plan. (Warning: The primary website is commercial in nature and is not amateur radio related and is definitely not endorsed by AARC. This page on Disaster Preparedness, however, has some good info.)
Texas Ham Radio — https://texashamradio.net/ — Offline as of 12/19/2020 / Unknown if it will return.
A new site by a Texas ham, KK5JIM. It is an always free forum site for licensees to exchange information, form private and public groups, discuss and announce events, and sell or trade ham gear. Check out the blog with many ham-related posts.
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