Popular Links in Ham Radio 

Amateur Electronic Supply: Major retailer of ham equipment and support hardware, books, etc.

Ham Radio Outlet: Major retailer of ham equipment and support hardware, books, etc. 

Universal Radio: Major retailer of ham equipment and support hardware, books, etc.

KENWOOD: Manufacturer of hand-held, mobile, and base station ham radio equipment.

ICOM: Manufacturer of hand-held, mobile, and base station ham radio equipment.

YAESU: Manufacturer of hand-held, mobile, and base station ham radio equipment.

NUE-PSK Digital Modem: PSK-31, RTTY, and CW modem that operates without a computer.(available in kit and constructed models) cables and other accessories are available.

FiveDashInc: Software defined radio (“softrock”) kits.  Major small supplier of software defined receiver and transceiver kits.

WB5RVZ Documentation Projects: Dedicated to helping amateur radio hobbyists construct and understand the operation of Software Defined Radios. This site describes “softrock” kits and is intended to help newcomers who have absolutely no SDR experience ease into the topic with “Heathkit-Like” build instructions and easy-to-digest theory explanations.

W1WC: Many resources (links) and ham related information.

AC6V: A compilation of useful ham radio URLs found on search engines and news groups. Includes kits, information and useful hints. Lists stores, ham radio dealers and stores around the country and beyond.

Ham Gadgets smaller listing of ham gadgets and kits == worth looking at.

Elecraft high performance ham radio transceivers and support hardware; many available assembled or in modular ('no soldering') kits.

Ramsey Electronics has many gadget kits and some kits for ham radio use

Hendricks QRP Kits  Specializes in high quality, low cost QRP Kits. 

QRP Equipment and Accessory vendors: QRP'ers have a large choice of excellent radio kits and accessories available from commercial vendors, several QRP radio clubs and a few individual hams. Some vendors offer wired and tested products as well as kits.

Oak Hills Research is a source of quality ham radio transceiver and accessory kits.

Small Wonder Labs: Supplier of kits for the amateur radio enthusiast.

TENTEC: Manufacturer of ham radio transceivers, receivers, amplifiers, tuners, etc.

NorCal QRP Club an active ham radio club producing some very interesting kits and reasonable prices.

Four State Kit Index Kits for the QRP community at reasonable prices.

ARRL National ham radio organization is the primary source of information for all aspects of ham radio. 

QST is an excellent U.S. based monthly Ham Radio magazine.

CQ magazine is an excellent U.S. based monthly (independent) ham radio magazine, with an emphasis on operating, DXing, contesting, propagation, public service, and more.

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