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Many Amers have their own Web pages. Get to know the guys you hear on the air a little better. They might mess with old ham gear, but these guys also utilize the latest Internet technology too!




Amplitude Modulation International is an organization of AMers, dedicated to the enjoyment, promotion, and preservation of Amplitude Modulation.



AMers tend to be a social bunch. Get the low down on Operating Events, Hamfests, Special Event Stations and more. Mark your calendar!



So you're ready to get on the air and join in the fun. But where do Amers congregate? Here you'll find the most commonly used frequencies on all the bands.




Listed are nets that are held on a regular basis and utilize AM as the primary mode. For your convenience, the nets are listed three different ways - by geographic Location, by Frequency and by Day of the week. If you know of any AM nets that are not listed, please email the information to webmaster@amwindow.org.


Day       Frequency     Location


Get directions (links, addresses and/or phone numbers) to information, parts, tubes, books, periodicals, etc that may be of interest or use to AMers. 



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