Links

Links to websites dealing with amateur radio (“ham radio”)

New Zealand Amateur Radio Regulations and Licensing

NZ Amateur Radio Regulations (Ministry of Economic Development)

NZ Amateur Radio online study guides

New Zealand amateur radio band plans

National Organisations

New Zealand: NZ Association of Radio Transmitters – NZART

Australia: Wireless Institute of Australia – WIA

USA: American Radio Relay League – ARRL

General Amateur Radio Sites

Amateur Radio Callsign Directory (QRZ.com)

Amateur Radio Newsline

eHam.net

MyAmateurRadio.com Podcasts

Origins of Hamspeak (from AC6V)

Collins Collectors Association

Morse Code Radio Telegraphy

Morse – History & General

Morse Mad (lots of Morse info and links)

Sparks Telegraph Key Review

Telegraph Lore (landline telegraphy)

Morsum Magnificat (Morse magazine 1986 – 2004)

Morse Operating Aids

Morse Abbreviations and Q Signals

Morse Code Operating Aids (from AC6V)

Morse Organisations

FISTS Down Under (International Morse Preservation Society)

Straight Key Century Club

VKCW.net – an excellent Australia-based resource for Morse (CW) operators: calling frequencies, nets, on-air events and much more

Learning Morse Code

Morse Code Practice (W1AW – American Radio Relay League)

Morse Code Translator (Type in your text and hear it in Morse!)

Morse Telegraphy Key Collections & Information

Telegraph-History.org

telegraphkeys.com (pictorial catalogue of all sorts of keys)

Telegraph Office

Tom Perera W1TP

Video: Adjusting a Vibroplex Bug

Vibroplex Collectors Association

Morse Equipment Suppliers

Morse Express

Vibroplex – Bencher keys

Begali keys

2B Radio Parts (unfortunately ships to USA only)

Maritime Radio

Musick Point Radio Group – an amateur radio club in Auckland, dedicated to preserving the former home of coast station Auckland Radio ZLD

maritimeradio.org – historical information about New Zealand coast radio stations

Radio NZ programme on the 100th anniversary of Wellington Coast Radio station ZLW (July 17 2011) – unfortunately the very first sentence in the report is wrong – the morse being sent is not the ZLW callsign, but rather “CQ”, the general call to all stations

Maritime Radio Historical Society (US)

Other Radio Sites (Non-Amateur Radio)

New Zealand Radio DX League

New Zealand Vintage Radio Society