Founded in 1914, The American Radio Relay League is the national association for Amateur Radio in the USA. Today, with more than 156,000 members, ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the United States.
QRZ was founded in 1992 by Fred Lloyd, AA7BQ as a spin off of what was once called the "Callsign Project", a cooperative effort designed to obtain and distribute FCC database tapes.
eHam.net is a community site designed and operated by and run for active Amateur Radio operators (hams).
Apply for a new license, renew, modify, assign authorization, transfer control, manage licenses and applications, associate call sign(s) and more.
SKYWARN is a program of the United States' National Weather Service (NWS). Its mission is to collect reports of localized severe weather. These reports are used to aid forecasters in issuing and verifying severe weather watches and warnings.
Connecticut ARES Region 2
"ARES" is the Amateur Radio Emergency Service. ARES (pronounced air'-ees) is a registered program of the American Radio Relay League (ARRL). ARES is not a club but a Public Service Organization with 1 Mission:
To Provide Emergency Communications in the event that regular communication systems either FAIL and/or become OVERLOADED.