SD AMATEUR RADIO LINKS
- Prairie Dog Amateur Radio Web site
- Prairie Dog Amateur Groups.io for member use. Contact W0SD to get signed up for the group.
- SD Link Web Site SD-Link system which covers most of the state of SD and is available through Turkey Ridge in this area using 444.975 with a tone of 146.2. This site has lots of information that is valuable for SD Hams.
- SDARC SD-Link Yahoo group for information on the South Dakota State wide repeater system operated by the South Dakota Amateur Radio Council. This system consists of 12 sites in SD and covers most of the state and the 10 largest towns of SD and provides coverage on the I-90 and I-29 corridores.
- DARN and SDARES Yahoo group for information on South Dakota Amatuer Radio Emergency System
- SD Ham Trader Yahoo Group for buying and selling ham gear
- SD Contest Records Web site of SD Amateur Radio Contest records
- SD DXCC and WAZ Standings
- http://www.kd0s.com/DTDXCC/Information.html Dakota Contest and operating events
- www.kd0s.com Has lots of information on amateur radio emergency communication in SD and amateur radio clubs on South Dakota.
- http://www.kd0s.com/kg0gg/sdares.htm Information on ARRL ARES in South Dakota
- http://www.darn-ecg.org/Home.html Information on amateur radio emergency communicatons in SD
- http://www.kd0s.com/DARN-Plan.pdf Dakota Amateur Radio emergency communications plan
LINKS TO SD CLUBS
Link to Lake Area Amateur Klub
Link to Brooking Radio Research Club>
Link to Sioux Empire Amateur Radio Club
Link to Huron Amateur Radio Association Inc.
Link to Deuel County Amateur Radio Club
Link to Hub City Amateur Radio Club
Link to Pierre Amateur Radio Club
Link to Northern Hills Amateur Radio Club
Link to Praire Dog Amateur Radio Club Yankton, Vermillion and Southeast South Dakota
Link to Black Hills Amateur Radio Club Rapid City
HAM RADIO NEWSLINE
- Ham Radio Newsline When page opens in another window click on Audio for Ham Radio Newsline which is about 20 minutes in length. It takes a little while to load. You can also click on the script version and read it. There is a new program each week with the new addition coming out on Friday morning.
- The latest edition is at the top of the list. If you want to listen or read older editions just scroll down.
- If you watch what you are doing you can close the ham radio newsline page and return the the PDARC website which will still be open if you don’t close it..
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