Our hosting provider and website designer
The BrightParrot web resource - a collection of information for my other hobbies.
The website of Al Quell - W1CE
The website for the Foothills Amateur Radio Club here in Wilkes County, North Carolina
The Surry County A.R.E.S. (Amateur Radio Emergency Services) website
The website for CT ARES Region 2
My echolink conference server group - stop in for a friendly chat. Listed in the Echolink directory as *USA-GNG*
The Vagabond Ragchew Net is a group of FCC-licensed amateur radio operators who meet on the air every weekday afternoon, starting at 2:30 pm Eastern, to inform, enlighten, ragchew, and possibly add a bit of humor to the day. Our nets are held on the W4NC repeater, 145.470 MHz (-600 kHz offset, 100 MHz subaudible tone access), which is owned by the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club. The repeater is located atop Sauratown Mountain, 20.27 miles NNW of downtown Winston-Salem, NC, about halfway between Pilot Mountain and Hanging Rock State Park. Our back-up repeater, also owned by the Forsyth Amateur Radio Club, operates on a frequency of 146.640 MHz (same offset and tone) and is located on the roof of the Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, 1.39 miles (2.24 km) WSW of downtown.
CT Codeplug for the CS 700 DMR Radio
This codeplug contains all known DMR UHF repeaters in Connecticut, with additional repeaters in NY. (Queens, the Bronx, NYC, Orangeburg and White Plains.)
The NC-PRN system is a fully digital repeater system that utilizes an ETSI Standard called Digital Mobile Radio, or DMR. The repeaters are linked full time to create a wide-area repeater system that covers parts of Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee. The NC-PRN Network also utilizes on-demand linking that allows a user to connect with others around the world. Each of the NC-PRN repeaters are able to support two voice conversations at the same time. So, while a user in Raleigh, NC is talking to a user in Columbia, SC, another user can be talking to someone across town, in the Southeast, or around the world.
SC HEART DMR is sponsored by SC ETV and the system is engineered, maintained and managed by SC ETV.
The Ashe County Amateur Radio Club promotes fellowship and good will in the Radio Amateur Community and provides communications in times of emergency for our community, our state and country and even the world through the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES).
The WNC DMR Amateur Radio Group is made up of a small group of amateur radio operators that fund and operate the WNC-NET Bridge Control Center and the DMR repeaters that serve the mountains of Western North Carolina.
DMR Contact Manager is a custom-designed software package designed for use with Connect Systems CS700/CS701/CS750/CS800/CS801/CS800D radios, as well as the Tytera MD-380/390/390GPS, TYT MD2017/MD9600, AnyTone AT-D868UV and AT-D858, Retevis RT3, and similar radios that use the RDT/RDB file formats. These units are MOTOTRBO-compatible DMR mobile and handheld radios suitable for both commercial and amateur radio applications.
Contact Manager makes it easy to maintain channel, zone, contact and call group information in these radios. It is fully compatible with the DMR-MARC database system and allows instant codeplug updates from a wide variety of sources.
**This is the software that can convert the AB1JU CS700 codeplug (or any CS700 codeplug) to other radio formats**
Department of Homeland Security Field Operations Guides - NIFOG, AUXFOG.
These guides are available for download as PDF files.