This list contain links to some of the hard- and software providers I have used as a Radio Amateur over the years.
Last checked: 2021-01-24

ArgentDataAPRS TNCs and trackers/digipeaters
Bencher / VibroplexMorse keyers and paddles
ChristechNorwegian Amateur Radio equipment delear
EcholinkSoftware for Voice-over-IP (VoIP) for Online Internet linking and chat with other licensed radio-amateurs, either direct, via radio-links or via repeaters
ElecraftHAM equipment
F6FBBJean-Paul Roubelat’s webpage. The creator of the now so famous and wide-spread FBB BBS mailbox software
Ham Radio OutletHRO – US Amateur Radio Equipment provider
HammapGerhard Berg / DJ6FM»s HAMMAP (for Dos & Windows) to display geographical maps with Repeaters, Nodes, BBS»s, Beacons, etc, on your PC. Also includes GPS interface and map overlay. Available for download (latest version of Hammap is v11.0b)
Icom AmericaHAM equipment
KantronicsTNCs and Multi-mode modems for digital communications
KenwoodHAM equipment
Heil SoundQuality Microphones/Headsets for HAM use – a must for Icom
MFJEquipment and accessories for amateur radio, including Packet TNC’s
NOAAFor those who are interested in Radio propagations, this is one web-page which may be used to obtain the latest updated Solar-flux
OutbackerAustralian antenna manufacturer, specialist on HF vehicle-mounted antennas (commercially also known as Terlin antennas)
Simarud / PermoSimarud – Former Permo, Norwegian Amateur Radio equipment provider
TAPRTucson Amateur Packet Radio Organization, for more info on Packet Radio and the AX.25 protocol
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