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Other aspects of amateur radio:
The Radio Amateur Satellite Corporation:
Amateur radio satellite society based in Washington DC.
Amateur Radio on the International Space Station
Yes, YOU can talk to ISS crew.
Work amateur radio satellites with your HT radio.
Bounce amateur radio signals off of the surface of the moon.
136 and 472 kHz / 2200m and 630m band:
Amateur radio’s very TOP bands, found below the AM broadcast band.
The 50MHz / 6m band:
Just below television RF channel 2 is the “magic band”.
The 220MHz / 1.25m band:
The best aspects of both the 2m and 70cm all in one band.
The 900 MHz / 33cm band:
One of the lesser used bands. Great for home-brewers.
The World ABOVE 1 GHz:
An experimenter’s paradise.
An intro to amateur radio television (ATV)
Amateur Radio High Altitude Ballooning:
High altitude ballooning and amateur radio in one package.
Bicycle Mobile Hams of America:
A club focusing on ham radio installations on bicycles.
5 watts or less. When you care enough to send the very least.