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Amateur Radio Wiki Reference[edit]

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What is Amateur Radio
Amateur radio
History of amateur radio
Heinrich Hertz
American Radio Relay League
Telecommunication
Contesting
Amateur radio emergency communications
Amateur radio homebrew
Packet radio
Amateur radio international operation
ITU prefix (amateur stations)
The Science of Amateur Radio
International System of Units
Magnetic field
Electromagnetic radiation
Radio waves
Speed of light
Wavelength
Frequency
Hertz
Antenna (radio)
Electromagnetic spectrum
Radio
Radio frequency
Radio spectrum
High frequency
Very high frequency
Ultra high frequency
Extremely high frequency
Microwave
Infrared
Radio propagation
Wave propagation
Plasma (physics)
Ionosphere
The Regulation of Amateur Radio
International Telecommunication Union
Federal Communications Commission
Transmitter
Continuous wave
Morse code
Bandwidth (signal processing)
Amateur radio frequency allocations
Modulation
Radar
Television
Shortwave radio
DXing
Single-sideband modulation
Frequency modulation
Amplitude modulation
Vacuum tube
Radio astronomy
Electric current
Electron
Refraction
Maxwell's equations
Electric field
Phase (waves)
Sine wave
Amplitude
Oscillation
Alternating current
Polarization (waves)
Carrier wave
Electric charge
Electromagnetism
Receiver (radio)
Electronics
Capacitor
Wireless telegraphy
Voltage
Electrical resistance and conductance
Electromagnetic field
Atmosphere of Earth
Medium frequency
Resonance
Spark-gap transmitter
Inductor
Electrical conductor
Sound
Volt
Energy
Battery (electricity)
Ampere
Low frequency
Communications satellite
Radioteletype
Amateur radio operator
Telegraphy
Guglielmo Marconi
Electricity
Direct current
Ion
Sun
Watt
RC circuit
High-pass filter
RLC circuit
Band-pass filter
Low-pass filter
Band-stop filter
Signal processing
Software-defined radio
Amplifier
Transformer
Magnetic flux
Solar cycle
Sunspot
AMSAT
Amateur radio satellite
OSCAR
World Administrative Radio Conference
2-meter band
International Telecommunication Union region
Repeater
Yagi-Uda antenna
Troposphere
Tropospheric propagation
Maidenhead Locator System
Sporadic E propagation
Burst transmission
EME (communications)
Aurora (astronomy)
160-meter band
Medium wave
2200-meter band
World Radiocommunication Conference
Equivalent isotropically radiated power
Longwave
QRP operation
Title 47 CFR Part 15
600-meter amateur radio band
500 kHz
Maritime mobile amateur radio
80-meter band
60-meter band
40-meter band
20-meter band
15-meter band
WARC bands
10-meter band
6-meter band
4-meter band
1.25-meter band
70-centimeter band
33-centimeter band
23-centimeter band
13-centimeter band
Super high frequency
9-centimeter band
5 centimeter band
3-centimeter band
1.2-centimeter band
6-millimeter band
4-millimeter band
2.5-millimeter band
2-millimeter band
1-millimeter band
Tremendously high frequency
Electric power
Electrical network
Ohm's law
Electronic component
Resistor
Very low frequency
Audio signal
Data signaling rate
Radio navigation
Time signal
Radio clock
Surface wave
Radio atmospheric
Fading
Waveguide
Transverse mode
Whistler (radio)
Radiation resistance
Radio masts and towers
Monopole antenna
Umbrella antenna
T-aerial
Counterpoise (ground system)
Noise figure
Atmospheric noise
Signal-to-noise ratio
Emission spectrum
Frequency-shift keying
Sideband
Earth–ionosphere waveguide
Magnetic dip
Dawn chorus (electromagnetic)
Electromagnetic electron wave
Hiss (electromagnetic)
Auroral chorus
Geomagnetic storm
Minimum-shift keying
ASCII
Fast Fourier transform
Sudden ionospheric disturbance
Superpulse
High-voltage cable
AC power
Electric energy consumption