If you are are new to Amateur Radio you can get started by using an Amateur Radio Station via the internet. The websites listed here will give you access to a station without having to setup one at your home. Some of the websites contain stations that only receive signals and others permit you to transmit and receive.
Note: If you use a station that permits the use of a transmitter please remember you are responsible to transmit on the frequencies and modes that are permitted by your Amateur License.
|WebSDR||Free||Web Software Defined Radio as of Jan 31, 2018
This is a website of Software Defined Radio receivers that can be found all over the world. The site gives you access to receive HF frequencies from over 160 stations around the world.
|RH||Free||Remote Hams as of Jan 31, 2018
This website gives you access to operating remote amateur transceivers and more. This is a free service with the option to donate. The site contains access to:
|RHR||Paid||Remote Ham Radio as of Jan 31, 2018
You can rent transceivers and receivers from this website. The site has four different services. This is a premium service with special station locations, antennas, and equipment. A 30 minute trial period is available. See RHR Pricing for details.