The Home of Amateur Radio

Our Mission

It is our mission to promote the amateur radio hobby to those interested in radio communications.  We provide the opportunity to gain experience in radio communications, theory, technology, and fellowship.  We use various methods for communication:  VOIP/ROIP, Social Media, and of course, RF linking and experimentation.

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International Radio Network

The IRN (International Radio Network) is a VoIP/RoIP system using Teamspeak 3 (TS3) that allows users to TX/RX using RF around the World using  different devices (Mobile Phones, Tablets, Computers etc) for free.

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29.360 MHz on CQ100

QsoNet uses the internet to receive audio signals from a ham radio transmitting station, then instantly reflects the audio back to all stations listening on that frequency. There is no RF. Everything is done over the internet. The result is a simulated ionosphere for worldwide amateur radio communication. Stations can use voice, CW (Morse code), PSK and FSK modulation.

Learn more about CQ100

*THEGUILD* Echolink Conference Node 679320 / DMR TG 31674 / Allstar Node 47374

EchoLink® software allows licensed Amateur Radio stations to communicate with one another over the Internet, using streaming-audio technology.  The program allows worldwide connections to be made between stations, or from computer to station, greatly enhancing Amateur Radio's communications capabilities.

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D-Star X-Reflector XRF134

The XLX Multiprotocol Gateway Reflector Server is part of the software system for the D-Star Network. The sources are published under GPL Licenses.

4 Modules are available.

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TheGuild QSO on Zello

Zello is the very popular Walkie Talkie app that works on smart phones, tablets, PC's, and network radios.  We have several channels available to our registered users and members.

Download Zello and search for TheGuild

SPOTLIGHT: Hamshack Hotline

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Hamshack Hotline

Hamshack Hotline (HH) is a FREE dedicated voip telecom service for the Ham Radio community.  Typically, phones are established in hamshacks, EOCs, Clubs & club members, ARES, and other Ham related areas and functions.  It is not the intention of HH to replace traffic carried over radio in an emergency or other tactical operation, but rather to augment it, by offloading managerial tactical operations and providing a full duplex path for such communications when spectrum is occupied, conditions diminished, or otherwise unavailable.   HH also supports FAXing of information (with appropriate equipment) which allows tactical offices to share documents & data between tactical locations.   In a non-tactical use, HH is an effective resource for off-air troubleshooting when you need to coordinate a troubleshoot of a radio circuit off-air and between multiple SMEs.   In addition to all this, conference bridges on the HH network allow large groups of Hams to coordinate & meet in real time anywhere in the world.

The World Wide Amateur Radio Guild Inc. is a proud affiliate and user of this great system, and adding more of our members everyday.  We also have bridge conference available to our members at extension 313!

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Next Steps...

With a simple membership application, you can join TheGuild and begin speaking with over 1000 members from all over the world!