|The WIN System
||The WIN System is a community of amateur radio operators focused on educating all licensed radio operators so they can better serve their communities.
The WIN System operates a series of over 100 linked repeaters which cover a great deal of the US and many other countries around the world.
The WIN System is an OPEN Repeater system.
We encourage all licensed amateur radio operators to stop in and get acquainted.|
|The San Bruno Community Foundation’s Community Grants Fund
||The San Bruno Community Foundation’s Community Grants Fund. This responsive grantmaking program allows local community groups to apply for grant funding to support new or existing programs that benefit the San Bruno community. Such programs may include, but are not limited to, racial equity and social justice programs as well as programs addressing community needs related to COVID-19.|
|The Northern California Packet Association
||The Northern California Packet Association
The Digital Band Planning & Coordination Group of Northern California|
|The Northern Amateur Relay Council of California
||Welcome to northern California's repeater coordinating body. The Northern Amateur Relay Council of California, Inc. (NARCC) is the Amateur Radio coordinating organization for the 10 meter band and higher in Northern California.
In cooperation with the FCC, ARRL, and the support of the hams in northern California, NARCC performs the repeater coordination function for the region. NARCC's region extends from California's coast to the Nevada border and from Tehachapi in the south to the Oregon border in the north. All amateurs with repeaters in the region are urged to file for Coordination and maintain their station data with NARCC. Having a station with Current Coordination helps should a dispute arise.|
|San Mateo County Sheriff's Office Communications Unit
||Our team consists of a group of Amateur Radio operators who volunteer with the San Mateo County Sheriff’s Office. Working under the Sheriff's Emergency Services Bureau we provide Communications and Logistical support during many different types of local and regional events and emergencies. If you are active in Amateur Radio, have an interest in emergency communications and are looking to use your skills please consider being part of our team.|
||QSL.net hosts over 31,000 web sites... over 54,000 e-mail forwarding accounts... over 600 mailing lists... and provides bandwidth and hardware for N6RT's DX Services (including log searches for over 20 million QSOs) at DX.QSL.NET.|
||Comm Academy is a free, virtual training conference for anyone interested in learning more about emergency communications technologies and practices. Taking place April 9, 2022, Comm Academy will feature a lineup of experienced emergency preparedness and emergency communications personnel with great information, stories, and ideas to share.
More than just a collection of online presentations, Comm Academy 2022 will be an interactive event, with participants able to converse with presenters and other attendees via YouTube chat.|
|C.A.R.L.A. -- California Amateur Radio Linking Association
||A radio repeater system in Northern and Central California|
||The largest organization supporting American Amateur Radio Operators.|
|Amateur Radio in Space
||The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation (as AMSAT is officially known) was first formed in the District of Columbia in 1969 as an educational organization. Its goal was to foster Amateur Radio’s participation in space research and communication. AMSAT was founded to continue the efforts, begun in 1961, by Project OSCAR, a west coast USA-based group which built and launched the very first Amateur Radio satellite, OSCAR, on December 12, 1961, barely four years after the launch of Russia’s first Sputnik.|