The purpose of the AA6TS site is:
- Provide information and resources useful to radio operators and listeners.
- To help educate new hams and offer guidance to all radio hobbyists.
- To offer a connection point where radio enthusiasts can meet and exchange comments and information.
- To promote amateur radio, shortwave listening, frequency scanning, and Citizens
Band radios such as CB, GMRS, FRS and eXRS.
- To support disaster services, especially emergency communications.
- To provide news and links of interest to the radio community.
This site was launched in December 2011 by Tom Smerk, AA6TS (formerly N6TKT), and it has a lot of room for development. I hope that it will eventually become a favorite of hams and radio enthusiasts around the world. You can help by taking the time to explore the site, leave a comment or introduce new topics, share any interesting news that you have verified, send
me comments, share your favorite links, or post a photo of your ham shack, unusual piece of equipment, your club or group, or an event you worked on. My email is email@example.com.
Enjoy your visit, and please come back often.
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This site was Updated on 4/09/2013