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KGHP FM Broadcasting
89.9 and 104.5 from Peninsula High School. Tune in
during emergencies for local info.
For volunteer opportunity information, contact station managers Leland Smith and John Selfors at
(253) 857-3513 I'll put up a link for it when I see a webpage that doesn't take an hour to load.
Burley Amateur Radio Club Gig Harbor & Key Peninsula amateur radio resources: names, numbers, meeting times.
North KitsapAmateur Radio Club This page has many links to valuable amateur radio information.
CB and 2 Meter radio Pros and cons on emergency use of CB and 2 meter ham radio, according to KB7WEE.
Morse Code Morse code (CW) and phonetic alphabet. Print and save for a rainy day.
Local radio NETS Make sure your rig is tuned up; check into the local nets...
Other sites: Practice the exams; build antennas; buy rigs; DX resources; callsign database; Popular Communications.
Wanna be a HAM? For more information contact:
practice page Go here to study for Novice, Technician, General,
Advanced or Extra ham tickets.
Antenna stuff One of many, many sites devoted to the building of radio antennas.
Equipment auction Buy it here, online.
DX resources To much to list here, with links to more.
Callsign lookup Plus much more: airport info, etc.
Popular Communications magazine website. Tons of information.
Search & Rescue Washington resource
2 Meter Packet Packeteers apply here.
Net Check In List
Burley Amateur Radio Net (aka: THE BARN)
145.350 PL. 103.5
Every Wednesday 7:00pm
Our meetings are the 1st & 3rd Thursdays of each month at the Burley Hall
Kitsap County Emergency Team ARES/ACS; 145.430
PL. 179.9 ;
Every Sunday 7:30pm
47.460 Simplex: First Sunday of each month following announcements on the repeater.
County Amateur Radio Emergency Team (aka: PARET)
145.350 PL. 103.5
Every Monday night at 7:00pm
South Kitsap meets every month!
Must listen to repeater 145.430 for announcements as to where and when they are.
For more information on above NETS contact: Lauri & Jim Pitman