What is eHam.net?
eHam.net is a community site designed and operated by and run
for active Amateur Radio operators (hams).
eHam.net is not just a website.
It is the Internet's #1 Amateur Radio Community.
We invite you to
bookmark the site, explore the system, and join our group of dedicated
volunteers and enthusiastic members in continuing to build the world's largest
community of Amateur Radio enthusiasts.
This site includes:
Articles - Articles of interest to the amateur radio community
can be entered and viewed here. These may be technical, operating or even
humorous in nature. They are supplied by eHam.net members for all to enjoy.
Calendar - Enter or search for the schedules for Dxpeditions,
Hamfests, contests, testing sessions, club meetings, etc.
Callbook - Up-to-the minute with the FCC database. The
callbook allows members to enter personal information such as their email
address, web site address, biography, and picture.
Chat - Chat with friends from all around the world about any topic of interest. An unlimited number of chat rooms allows you to find other hams with similar interests. It's also a great meeting place for on air schedules.
Classifieds - Buy, Sell, and Swap online for free. Ads often include photos. Cross-post to Usenet newsgroup rec.radio.swap automatically.
DX Packet Spots - View DX spots from all over the world. Filter spots by band, mode, callsign, or geographic area of the spotting station. Easy one-click link to the eHam.net QSL manager database or Callbook helps make the spotting application a must for DXers.
Forums - Forums operates like a community bulletin board. Topics can be easily added or replied to by members. Members can also subscribe to topics of particular interest. This way, they will receive, via email, all future posts to those topics.
Friends Remembered - It seems to us that there is very little
opportunity to preserve the memory of amateurs who have given themselves to our
hobby and have passed on. Friends Remembered is dedicated to deceased hams and their memory. Members may add comments and a photograph of their SK friends. Others are invited to contribute further comments.
Ham Exams - Hams trying to upgrade their license class can
take practice exams and get immediate results. Questions are taken
directly from the FCC question pool.
Ham Links - The largest and fastest way to find ham radio web sites on the Internet. Links are sorted by categories and can be searched and displayed in a variety of methods. Links are also rated by the eHam.net community.
News - eHam.net members contribute news articles to the ham radio community. News from other sources such as the ARRL are also frequently
included. eHam.net News is an excellent way for hams around the world to get
their news in front of the amateur community quickly and effectively. You can
also express your opinion and read the opinions of other users along with each
Product Reviews - Review any ham product you own or come here to read reviews about products you are considering to buy.
Profiles - Our members can enter information about themselves
on their own profile page. View other members' profiles by searching with
the eHAM callbook feature.
Propagation - Up-to-the-minute propagation information updated from the PacketClusters around the world.
Shack Showcase - Ham radio shacks, towers or interesting photos
are showcased in the eHam.net Shack Showcase on the eHam.net home page. See
pictures and short descriptions of ham radio goodies.
Speak Out - An often lively editorial forum for comment on ham
Spotlight - Ham radio operators are profiled in the
eHam.net Spotlight on the eHam.net home page. See pictures and
read about ham radio operators from around the world.
QSL Managers - Integrated with the DX Packet Spots, QSL managers are easily found with a click of the mouse.
Strays - A place for tidbits of information, news or humor that
can't quite find a home elsewhere on eHam.net.
Survey Question - Cast your vote on issues important and
not-so-important to the amateur community. Members may also add comments,
Click around and join in the fun. Be sure to tell your friends about
eHam.net so it will get even bigger and better!
If you are interested in helping to build the eHam.net site, please visit
our Help Wanted page.
You may also like to meet the eHam.net Team.