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The Lakeshore Repeater Association
The Lakeshore Repeater Association is an organization of Radio Amateurs in South-Eastern Wisconsin that maintains and operates the VHF 2 Meter KR9RK repeater on 147.270 MHz and the 70 centimeter KR9RK repeater on 442.00 MHz
An amateur radio search engine which bills itself as "Squelching out the QRM of Ham Radio Searches" as well as an amateur radio news agregator.
The Volunteer Center of Racine County
The Volunteer Center of Racine County (VCRC) maintains and operates the WI9VCR Ham Radio station in Racine, WI.
Gateway Technical College Amateur Radio Club, N9GTC
The Gateway Technical College club station is located at one of Gateway's Advanced Technology Centers in SE Wisconsin.
Wisconsin ARES / RACES
In Wisconsin, each county has an ARES(R)/RACES group, which regularly trains on the air and in formal training sessions.
Lake County RACES/ARES GROUP
Founded in 1952, the Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES) is a public service that provides communications personnel to government agencies in times of extraordinary need. During periods of activation, RACES personnel are called upon to perform many tasks for the government agencies they serve. Although the exact nature of each activation will be different, the common thread is communications.
Milwaukee Radio Amateurs' Club
Among the world's oldest, the Milwaukee Radio Amateurs' Club has been continuously active since it was established in 1917
West Allis Radio Amateur Club
The West Allis Radio Amateur Club, Inc. (WARAC) was founded in 1954 by hams in West Allis, Wisconsin and the southwest suburban areas of Milwaukee. Today, the club has active members from all parts of the Metropolitan Milwaukee area.
Wisconsin Association of Repeaters
The WISCONSIN ASSOCIATION OF REPEATERS was founded in 1972 as an organization of trustees and representatives of repeaters, State-wide, whose goal is mutual cooperation on the VHF/UHF spectrum, in the voluntary spirit of Amateur Radio. Today, there are over 600 coordinated repeaters and links in the State.
Milwaukee Area Amateur Radio Society
The Milwaukee Area Amateur Radio Society operates the largest-coverage 2 meter repeater in Southeastern Wisconsin.
The Milwaukee Repeater Club
Our nickname is "The Friendly One" because we try very hard to make the 146.91 a great place for hams to meet their friends and to make new ones. We have a Friendship Committee whose purpose is to contact new arrivals on the repeater and to make them feel welcome.
The American Radio Relay League
ARRL is the national membership association for Amateur Radio operators with approximately 152,000 members, is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the United States.
ARRL Wisconsin Section
The Wisconsin section of the ARRL
Amateur Radio Emergency Service
Amateur Radio Disaster Services is a online resourse site for amateur radio operators and those seeking to get a license or are interested or involved in disaster services
Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service
Whatever need arises, trained personnel are ready and prepared to help. ACS/RACES groups develop and maintain their communications ability by training throughout the year with special exercises and public-service events. When that fateful day occurs,RACES will be there to meet the challenge.
SKYWARN is a concept developed in the early 1970s that was intended to promote a cooperative effort between the National Weather Service and communities. The emphasis of the effort is often focused on the storm spotter, an individual who takes a position near their community and reports wind gusts, hail size, rainfall, and cloud formations that could signal a developing tornado. Another part of SKYWARN is the receipt and effective distribution of National Weather Service information.
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) conducts research and gathers data about the global oceans, atmosphere, space and sun, and applies this knowledge to science and service that touch the lives of all Americans.
Federal Communications Commission
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is an independent US government agency, directly responsible to Congress, and regulates interstate and international communications by radio, television, wire, satellite and cable. FCC website resources include Public Notices, News Releases, Orders, Notices of Proposed Rulemaking, FactSheets, databases, and audio recordings
QRZ! Ham Radio Services
QRZ was founded in 1992 by Fred Lloyd, AA7BQ as a spinoff of what was once called the "Callsign Project", a cooperative effort designed to obtain and distribute FCC database tapes. The "Callsign Project" was born on the internet newsgroup rec.ham-radio (later rec.radio.amateur.misc)
Amateur Radio Newsline
The weekly Amateur Radio Newsline™ Amateur Radio bulletin is formatted and engineered primarily for distribution on VHF / UHF amateur repeaters and by FM simplex bulletin stations. Audio processing is specifically contoured for these delivery media, but the service can also be relayed with good results on HF SSB
Amateur Electronics Supply
Whatever you are looking for in Amateur Radio, you can find it at AES. Are you looking for a new HF Transceiver? We have the best selection you have ever seen.
Racine County Emergency Management
The Racine County Office of Emergency Management is charged with preparing the county to respond to crisis situations. This is accomplished through planning, training, exercising and actual response to emergency and disaster situations. An integral component of the emergency management program is public outreach, educating the public on hazards to the community and proper safeguards to take.
Kenosha County Emergency Management
The Kenosha County Department of Emergency Management
The American Red Cross Southeast Wisconsin Tri-County Chapter
The American Red Cross is a humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, that provides relief to victims of disaster and helps people prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies. The Southeast Wisconsin Tri-County Chapter does this through services that enhance the lives of residents in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth Counties.
Racine Wisconsin Community Information
Racine, Wisconsin the Belle City of the Lakes. Information for residents and visitors alike. Located on Lake Michigan between Milwaukee and Chicago, Racine has much to offer.
Alex's Recommended Downloads
An expansive list of recommended downloads everyone should have on their computers. Windows and Mac downloads available.
The Holland Amateur Radio Club, K8DAA
A group of Amateur Radio operators in Holland Michigan promoting Aamateur Rradio technology and operation through fellowship, public service and hamming.
Hello Radio - ARRL Introduction to Amateur Radio
You've probably all read about the Hello campaign coming from ARRL and realize it is a potential marketing, PR and membership gold mine.
Link to Us
Add a link to The Racine Megacycle Club on your Web page, and give your visitors one-click access to the club's website.
To use the official W9UDU link icon below, just copy the HTML below and put it in your Web page.
<a href="http://www.w9udu.org/" name="linkto:The Racine Megacycle Club, W9UDU"><img src="http://www.w9udu.org/rmc.gif" alt="The Racine Megacycle Club, W9UDU"></a>
The link will look like this: