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00-My Local Clubs

Pine State Amateur Radio Club - N1ME
Home of the Pine State ARC located in the Bangor/Brewer area of Penobscot County Maine.
Piscataquis Amateur Radio Club - K1PQ
Home of the Piscataquis ARC located in Milo and serving the Milo, Brownville, Dover-Foxcroft, and Sebec areas of Piscataquis County Maine.

01-ARRL

ARRL (American Radio Relay League)
The ARRL is a non-profit organization co-founded on April 6, 1914 and is the largest membership association of amateur radio enthusiasts in the USA.
ARRL - Maine Section
The website of the Maine Section of the ARRL (Amateur Radio Relay League) and source for the Sunday morning bulletins heard on the 12 County Net at 9:30 AM Eastern time on the KQ1L link system (see the link to that site for details)
ARRL Online Net Directory
The ARRL Online Net Directory shows Amateur Radio nets that have been registered with ARRL Headquarters net directory database.

01A-Maine Groups

ARES - Maine
Current home of the Maine ARES organization.
ARES - Penobscot County
Home of the Penobscot County ARES Emergency Communications Team.
KQ1L Link System
The home of Maine's excellent KQ1L linked repeater system.
MARF - Maine Amateur Radio Foundation
The Maine Amateur Radio Foundation's purpose "is to support amateur radio throughout the state of Maine."
Yankee SKYWARN® (Eyes on the Sky)
Yankee SKYWARN® program (WX1GYX) serving western Maine and Northern New Hampshire through the Portland/Gray, Maine National Weather Service Office (GYX).

01B-New England

NESMC - New England Spectrum Management Council
NESMC is the NFCC certified frequency coordination body for amateur radio in ME, NH, MA, and RI. Look up coordinated repeaters, region specific band plans, and other information here.

02-Software

CHIRP
CHIRP is a free, open-source tool for programming your amateur radio. It supports a large number of manufacturers and models, as well as provides a way to interface with multiple data sources and formats.
Echolink
EchoLink® software, designed by Jonathan Taylor (K1RFD), allows licensed amateur radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using streaming-audio technology.
Winlink
Winlink is a worldwide radio messaging system using amateur-band radio frequencies built and administered by volunteers through the Amateur Radio Safety Foundation Inc.

02A-Directories

New England Repeater Directory
Volunteer maintained amateur radio repeater database for New England.
Repeaterbook.com
User maintained worldwide database of amateur radio repeaters.
RFinder - The Worldwide Repeater Directory
RFinder is the online repeater directory of the ARRL. They also offer an app for iOS and Android. Annual subscription is required.

02B-Radio Brands

ICOM - Amateur Radio Products
Find information and download software for your iCOM amateur radio here.
Kenwood - Amateur Radio Products
Find information and download software for your Kenwood amateur radio here.
Yaesu
Find information and download software for your Yaesu amateur radio here.


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