I put together this little collection for a talk I gave to the
Magnolia DX Association
. "Why not put it up here too", I thought.
Internet Resources for DXers
Compiled May 9, 1996 by Ray Rocker, WQ5L, firstname.lastname@example.org
World Wide Web Sites
Mailing Lists and Services
- Internet DX Mailing List -- The mailing list for DXers. Send mail to email@example.com with SUBSCRIBE in the message body to be added.
- CQ-Contest -- For anyone interested in contesting. Send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with HELP in the message body for a list of commands, or SUBSCRIBE in the message body to be added to the list.
- QSL Info by E-mail -- Maintained by yours truly, WQ5L. Send mail to email@example.com with DX callsigns in the message body. Any information found in the DB0SDX PacketCluster database will be returned to you.
Usenet News Groups
Internet Relay Chat (IRC) Rooms
- #hamradio --
The main ham radio chat channel. Available on all major IRC networks.
PacketClusters Accessible Via Internet
You must have a telnet application to connect to these sites. In the telnet client, enter the host name (given below) as the host to connect to. From a browser, use telnet://hostname at the URL. For example: telnet://wd5b.aetn.org.
For all of these you should enter your callsign at the login prompt.