Current Solar Propagation - https://dx.qsl.net/propagation/propagation.html
Plattsmouth Amateur Radio Club - ''Plattsmouth, Bellevue and surrounding area''
Ak-Sar-Ben Amateur Radio Club - ''Omaha and surrounding area''
3900 Club (HF Radio Group - ''Midwest, mostly Iowa - Nebraska.''
Nebraska/Iowa Promote the Band Club - ''W-NE E-IA surrounding area.''
Story County Amateur Radio Club - ''including Ames Ia.''
Pawnee Amateur Radio Club - ''including Columbus Ne.''
Nebraska Tricity Amateur Radio Club - ''including Scottsbluff Ne.''
http://aprs.mennolink.org This link is for watching Tropo conditions
http://www.dxmaps.com/spots/mapg.php?Lan=E&Frec=50&ML=M&HF=N This link is for checking which bands are open and to where
http://www.solarham.net This link is for checking the solar conditions/space weather
http://www.timeanddate.com/moon/@z-us-62870 This link is for checking your moonrise and moonset time for your location
http://www.on4kst.com/chat/start.php This link is to a good chat group for various regions & bands
http://logger.hb9q.ch This link is to a chat group for all the VHF/UHF/SHF bands for EME/Moonbounce
http://www.mapdevelopers.com/draw-circle-tool.php This link is for getting a visual representation of what coverage your station/repeater would get by placing a circle on the map. You enter range anticipated and click your location on map and it shows your results
https://www.scadacore.com/tools/rf-path/rf-line-of-sight/ This link is for RF line of sight mapping
https://www.antennas.ca/calc_ERP.htm This link is good for checking your effective radiated output power of your station
https://www.pskreporter.info/pskmap.html This link is for checking who has spotted/heard you
https://hamspots.net/ This link is also good for checking who has spotted/heard you
https://www.amsat.org/status/ This link is good to see what satellites are currently active and being reported received
http://ka7fvv.net/satelliteSSB.htm This link is good for additional satellite information
https://www.radioreference.com/db/browse/coid/1 This link is good for finding frequencies for whatever is listed in your state,county, or city
Wyoming student Nicole's project — History of Communication' workshop
Morse Code and continuous wave changed the history of radio and communication
www.emissary.ai/telegraph-morse-code-text/ Telegraph & Morse Code Text
Wyoming student Noah — Business Studies: Broadcasting and Its History — radio and broadcasting class for a small group of 10-14 year olds https://wyomingllcattorney.com/Blog/Business-Studies-Broadcasting-History
Whether you are an experienced licensed ham radio operator who wants to hear what your signal sounds like somewhere else in the world or whether you are a person interested in shortwave or amateur HF radio but don't have a radio this application may be for you.
You can open the map and click on one of the markers somewhere in the world, India, New Zealand, Kenya or Denver where someone has placed a SDR (software defined radio) online for others to adjust and listen to. Whether it is Phone, CW or Digital, this application has possibilities for you.
If you are a PC user the map may be located at
Or if you are a smart phone user go to your nearest app store and download
The map locates worldwide sites of KiwiSDR shortwave receivers covering the spectrum of 1 - 30 MHz.
→ Hit a marker symbol to display a link to the chosen KiwiSDR receiver.
→ Follow the links to open the corresponding receiver view.
→ On the receiver view, tap the back button of your device to get back to the initial KiwiSDR map at any time.
→ On the map view, tap the back button to display a help & exit dialog.