From this home page, you can access four of the most popular downloads for Digital Mode software, reach two excellent High Frequency Propagation Prediction sites - including one that is exclusively dedicated to propagation using Digital Modes - and be linked to two proprietary weather sites created by kb9at that support hams involved with NOAA's SkyWarn program, those hams using troposphere ducting propagation and hams that are pilots.
Via the extreme right hand button, there's a page that supports purchase of Amateur Radio Operator certificates based on the First Class Radiotelephone license template. The certificates available here are intended to serve as a replacement for the FCC's printed licenses now that the FCC no longer issues them. Another page reached by this button takes you to a digital mode awards section, and finally, there's a section in this part of the site to facilitate the exchange of QSL cards if you've worked KB9AT on the air.
Digital Mode Operation
If you're new to Digital, you can find a short primer on the Digital Modes page of ARRL's website. For a more in-depth look at this segment of our hobby, you should consider purchasing Steve Ford's (WB8IMY) excellent book from Universal Radio. The book can be purchased by following this link: Get On The Air With HF Digital. Steve's book will tell you everything you need to know concerning what modes are available, what software is needed, Digital Mode specific frequency information, and computer/transceiver interfacing.
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