Recreation Radio Amateur Boatanchors Amplitude Modulation
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This category is for sites about boatanchors that operate on the AM ham bands.
The AM Fone
Exists to promote and serve the needs of the AM community. Includes AM Press/Exchange Online publication, and the AM Radio Email Reflector.
The AM Window
A resource for AMers that includes mods and tutorials.
Arizona - Amplitude Modulation
Pictures and descriptions of stations in the Phoenix, Arizona area utilizing AM and older transmitters and receivers.
The Gray Hair Net
Promoting AM operation on the 160 meter band.
K2PG
Dedicated to AM on the amateur bands, the restoration of boatanchors and retired broadcast transmitters.
NI9Y
AM operator Dan Caesar's amateur radio station. Boatanchors, and collector radios. Mishawaka, Indiana.
VK3ASE: One Sixty Meter AM Crossband Radio
AM station described. Also, learn how to convert AM broadcast radios to receive one sixty meters.
W1UX
Al presents an AM page with photos.
W3AM
Celebrating and promoting amplitude modulation on the ham bands. From south Florida.
W8VG
George in Stafford, Virginia shows his vintage rigs.
WA1SOV
Features a section on AM amateur radio operators, a SDR flex radio adapter for boatanchors and a link to an amateur radio RF safety calculator.
WA4KCY
WA4KCY's list of AM resources. Includes pictures and a list of southeastern USA hamfests.
WA5BXO
John presents some theory and practical information on using AM.
WA5CMI Mike Cowart
Mike shows us his restored Globe King and his other AM rigs.
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February 23, 2016 at 12:54:04 UTC
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