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The VHF amateur radio band is 144.000 - 148.000 North and South America plus Hawaii and Asia and Oceania, and from 144.000 MHz to 146.000 MHz in Europe, Africa, and Russia. Propagation modes familiar to VHF operators, such as sporadic-E, auroral, meteor-scatter, transequatorial and moonbounce, all have been used on six meters.
Software for amateur radio weak-signal communication.
Peter Day, a Sheffield, England station, provides a guide to microwaves that features articles and email list.
Information on the United Kingdom amateur radio repeater networks from the RSGB Emerging Technology Co-ordination Committee. Links, channel frequency tables and operational status.
German amateur radio station provides photos of his antennas over the years, and links.
Devoted to amateur radio microwaves, including the microwave reflector, rainscatter, projects and links. Primarily for 903 MHz and above.
Dedicated to 50MHz and 144MHz in Ireland. Real audio clips of aurora, tropo, meteor scatter, F2, sporadic E and TEP propagation.
OZ4VV / 5P5V
Features articles on topics such as troposcatter and transequatorial propagation or TEP, photos and links. Denmark.
EI5FK in Ireland lists a 144mhz log and audio files, photos and links.
Pictures and projects from 144 MHz up to 76 GHz. The Netherlands.
The Four Metres Web Site
Information about the 4m or 70MHz band. This band is allocated in the United Kingdom, and a number of other countries including Hungary.
Features projects including a W2IMU feedhorn for 2.4 GHz and short yagis for 2 metres on an Az-El mount as well as Excel spreadsheet calculators for calculating troposcatter links and transmission line transformations.
Contains DXpedition details, audio files, tube datasheets, and a photo gallery of conferences attended over the years. Germany.
UK amateur shares station and personal information, travel photography, and contest photos and details.
Amateur radio operator profile and information on VHF/UHF, log of activities, and contacts. Denmark. [English, Danish]
Howard Ling provides news of his radio activity, contacts list, recordings of EME signals, information about station, and overview of projects. Lincolnshire, United Kingdom.
David Anderson with EME on 144 MHz and astronomy. MoonSked software for moontracking for Macintosh, Windows and Palm Pilot.
Jeff Luce, member of the Rochester VHF Group. Includes information about standings, microwave resources and band plans. New York, United States.
Reg Belshaw provides a description of his equipment and photographs of his shack in the United Kingdom.
Author of VHF contest logging software. Intended for the British RSGB VHF contest rules, but may be useful elsewhere.
Discusses ground gain and radiation angle at VHF.
Discussion of ionoscatter on 50 and 144 MHz by Palle Preben-Hansen, OZ1RH.
OH8K Radio Club
Club based in Sotkamo, Finland, provides DXpedition details and information about the stations, with photos.
Practical Wireless Contests
Contains information on contests held in the United Kingdom every June and September. Provides rules, results, stationery, online entry submission.
Provides information on his current station, beacons, and contest activities, as well as VHF / UHF amplifiers pages with photos and tips. The Netherlands.
Amateur in the Netherlands provides a profile, hamshack details with photos and DXCC and ODX.
W3SZ SDR/DSP and VHF Radio Site
Features articles on EME, and audio files. Also includes a resource page for use of DSP and SDR techniques on the VHF and higher amateur radio bands.