On the Air in Kentuckiana

Welcome to the Amateur Radio Kentuckiana ham radio resource website.

Feel free to look around and find information including local Ham nets, repeater information, club info, license information, local Ham events and more.


Louisville Ham Radio

Amateur Radio Web Links

Use these links to find more information about Ham Radio online.

General Ham Radio Links
Louisville & Kentuckiana Area Ham Clubs
Liscense Exam Resources
Miscellaneous Links


General Ham Radio Links

ARRL website – National Association for Amateur Radio
EchoLink – Online ham radio software
eHam.net – General Ham info site
FCC Part 97 – FCC Title 47 Part 97: “The Ham Radio Rules”
FCC ULS – Universal Licensing System. Apply/renew/manage your license
QRZ – Callsign lookups, online logbook, forums and more
Radio Reference – General radio information
Wikipedia – Wikipedia entry on Amateur Radio

Louisville & Kentuckiana Area Ham Radio Links

W4CN A.R.T.S – Amateur Radio Transmitting Society, Louisville
KY4KY B.A.R.S – Bullitt Amateur Radio Society
KF4TOL – Oldham County Amateur Radio Club
W9WWI – Clark County (IN) Amateur Radio Club
Ft. Knox Amateur Radio Club
K.C.A.R.C – KY Colonels Amateur Radio Club
K.C.G – KY Contest Group
W4KBR – North Bullitt Contest Group
C.K.A.R.S – Central KY Amateur Radio Society
WA4UXJ C.K.A.R.C – Central KY Amateur Radio Club
Lincoln Trail A.R.C – Hardin County
KY4X M.C.A.R.C – Mammoth Cave Amateur Radio Club
KARS – Kentucky Amateur Radio Society

Emergency Organizations
Oldham County ARES

Repeaters (non-club)
KK4CZ K.A.R.S – Kentuckiana Amateur Repeater System
W.A.R.N – Wide Area Repeater Network Facebook page

Other Local Resouces
KYham.net – KY Ham Info
Greater Louisville Hamfest
Vette City Hamfest
SKYWARN Recognition Day

Liscense Exam Resources

Licensing Page – Louisville Ham Radio website licensing page.
Study Guides – KB6NU’s “No Nonsense” guides.
Practice Exams – Practice license exams from QRZ
Ham Test Online

Miscellaneous Links

WCS Radio Net Logger – Ham radio net logging software
PROJECT “Universal Programmer” – Build a portable “universal” programmer for your radios
PROJECT “Bench Power Supply” – Convert a computer PSU to power your radio equipment