Welcome to the new web site!
We’re doing a little digital remodeling and bringing up a new HamOperator.com with many new features and capabilities. This new platform should allow the site to look better on mobile devices, allow new types of content, and make it easier to keep up to date.
Should you be looking for something in the old web site, it is still available here: https://HamOperator.com/hamoperator/hamoperator.com.html
While the site is underconstruction, URLs to the various pages and resources may change. Anything in the wp.hamoperator.com domain will likely change.
- February 17, 2019, 7:30 pm: Ohio Link Network
- February 17, 2019, 8:00 pm: Oklahoma
- February 18, 2019, 7:30 pm: MNWis Fusion Technical Net
- February 19, 2019, 7:30 pm: Nebraska Ragchew
- February 20, 2019, 7:30 pm: San Antonio DN
- February 20, 2019, 8:00 pm: Canadian Net
- February 20, 2019, 8:00 pm: Yellow River DG
Mobile Digital updates for WiRES-X and FTM-1/400
Hotspot services on FCS003-23 will be discontinued Feb. 28. Service will be maintained on YSF “US MNWis 21493”, #37624.
We now have OLD STUFF
MNWIS Real-Time Reports Includes connected nodes, Last Heard and other information
Chuck’s Channels – Downloadable repeater frequencies for Minnesota and vicinity
List of Fusion Nets and connections
Local Fusion Repeaters (MN+)
Recommended Fusion Simplex Frequencies
Good cheap HF antennas: The K0ZE/K9EQ Antenna Shootout
25-Mar-2016: How to set up Windows 7 and 10 for WiRES-X 24x7x365 remote operation on the Fusion Help page.
Tower Time Lapse Video – Taken at the MNWis Pine County repeater site
Fusion Help – help and tip sheets, technical information, and other Fusion resources. (Link to old page)
Yaesu Fusion Blog – Hints and help from your first Fusion contact to installing and operating a Fusion repeater. This blog presents to the experiences of over 20 Hams who operate Yaesu Fusion equipment. (Link to old blog)
The HamOperator.com Amazon Store (proceeds help fund the website and other Ham Radio contributions)
Icom AH-4 Universal Tuner. The Official K9EQ Unofficial Icom AH-4 Tuner Page. It’s not just about working all bands. It’s also about building practical, cheap, antennas that you can design and put together with stuff from Home Depot. Find out why 50 ohms and aluminum are evil. Did I mention cheap?
Please refer to the BARS/W0MDT Mission Statement. This mission statement applies to all activities including the Fusion Net, and Hams in the Park. We humbly suggest that other organizations also establish their mission statement.
K9EQ’s Amateur Radio Rules. Sometimes we need rules. Sometimes we don’t. Do we need these rules? You decide!
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