Links from Ozzie's Packet Radio TalkTeraTerm Terminal emulation software.
Winlink 2000 Software
Bears ICS Forms When using OutPost or Winlink to send e-mail via radio, there are some things to keep in mind. First, you Compose a message, then Save it to an Outbox. You then initiate a "session" with your mail system. The system will Send messages from the Outbox, then check the system if it has any mail to deliver to you. Once the online session is complete, you can check the Inbox for any incoming message.
DMT-MARC.Net ID: 3157408 Callsign: N4SCY Name: Robert City: Titusville State: Florida Country: United States Email: email@example.com Remarks: DMR DMR-MARC.net
|Essential Net Control Forms Michael KB9VBR
TAPR, The Tucson Amateur Packet Radio Group NBEMS
Beginner's Guide to fldigi
NBEMS & fldigi Home Page
Amateur Radio Emergency Data Network
|VA Form 10|
Ozzie provided resources:|
BaoFeng List.pdf Baofeng Menu Command list
Booklets for space launches.
Hurricane Andrew, Ozzie's Adventures - 1992
Links for ARISSat-1|
Get Ready for ARISSat-1, the article from the February 2011 issue of QST Magazine.
Texas Potato Masher Antenna
Arrow Portable Antennas
EB-144 Eggbeater Antenna
|Orlando Area Ham Radio Repeaters|
|147.120||+||KT4AZ||Orlando||T 103.5 OARC Wide Area Coverage|
|146.820 / 443.275 / 1285.000||-||K1XC||Orlando||OARC D-STAR (Gateway Active)
|147.300||+||WD4WDW||Osceola||T 103.5 DISNEY ALSO 442.000 T 103.5|
|146.955||-||K4OSC||St Cloud||T 103.5|
||T 103.5 IRLP 2897 / Echolink 2397|
||T 103.5 N4TT
443.625 D-STAR 145.290 D-STAR
|+/-||W4AES / KJ4MMC
103.5 (AES Orlando) IRLP 4904 / Echolink 38985 D-STAR 443.625 +5 MHz
(W4AES__B), 145.290 -0.600 MHz (KJ4MMC__C), 1291.300 -20 MHz
All Gateway's are Active. See http://www.florida-dstar.info/
|This table blatently stolen from AES Orlando. Please support them.|
Want to become a ham yourself?|
Take the Practise Exams below, and when you can regularly get a score of 90% or better, find a Test Session - you're ready.
Ham Licensing Exam SessionsLMARS Testing
The Lake Monroe Amateur Radio Society conducts bi-monthly amateur radio exams for all elements on every odd month (January, March, May, etc.) on the fourth Saturday at the Seminole County Sheriff's Office off of 17-92 on 100 Bush Blvd. in Sanford, across from Flea World. Be there at 9:15AM. For more information and registration contact James Williams, N4ZKT at 407-333-4245. LARA Testing
Third Saturday of each month at the Lake Amateur Radio Association in Tavares on Highway 473, one mile from US 441, at 8:30AM. There is a talk-in available on frequency 147.255 MHz. For more information contact Paul Branch, K3NON, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Orlando Amateru Radio Club will give ARRL tests on the first Wednesday of each month at the Beardall Senior Center at the corner of Gore and Delaney. Be there at 5:30PM. Contact Hal, KK1B, at (407) 365-2444 or email@example.com for details.
Amateur Electronic Supply (AKA, The Candy Store) conducts amateur radio exams monthly on the second Saturday at Amateur Electronic Supply, 261 Commonwealth Av, Orlando, FL 32806 at 9:00AM (Walk-ins allowed). For more information and registration, contact James Stout, W9QC at 407-346-4235 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
First Saturday of each month at the Winter Park Christian Church, 760 N. Lakemont Avenue, at 3:30PM.
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