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Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club
Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club: The Blue Mountains Amateur Radio Club is located in the lower Blue Mountains, and operates 6m, 2m and 70cm repeaters covering most of the Sydney area. The club also operates IRLP node 600, one of the first IRLP nodes in Australia. For more details on these projects, plus a lot more, visit http://www.bmarc.oz-hams.org
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Chifley Amateur Radio Club
Chifley Amateur Radio Club: The Chifley ARC is located in Western Sydney. The club conducts classes, and operated a 2m and 70cm repeater, as well as IRLP node 605. The club also operates the VK2CZR packet BBS. Take a look at http://www.chifley.oz-hams.org
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Fishers Ghost Amateur Radio Club: Fishers Ghost is an amateur radio club that was created in 1982 by 3 local CB operators. Fishers Ghost Amateur Radio Club is still active today and one of the founding members, Les, still attends and even holds classes for the young radio buffs.
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Moorabbin and District Radio Club : The Moorabbin and District Radio Club (M&DRC;) is one of Melbourne's oldest and largest amateur radio groups. Founded in 1949 the club boasts a long and active history in the hobby.
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Nepean Amateur Radio Group:
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Oceania Amateur Radio DX Group Incorporated: Dedicated and Devoted to the following Support and abide by Government's rules and regulations. Promote good amateur radio procedures. Promote and assist DX Operations as needed. Assist in training of operators in countries with limited activity Print QSL's and act as QSL manager where required. Provide DX news and QSL routes where possible.
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Radio Corner: The Radio Corner site, which is intended to give the Amateur Radio Community somewhere to hang out online and discuss anything of interest.
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redhat.irlp.net repository: The redhat.irlp.net repository provides many resources to the IRLP community free of charge. It hosts most available Redhat ISO's and most importantly, updates resulting from feature improvements and security updates.
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The Sunshine Coast Amateur Radio: Club is based on the beautiful Sunshine Coast in Queensland Australia, but has members in many other parts of Australia.  It is just 100km north of Brisbane, the capital of the state.
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VHFDX Group: The NSW VHF DX Group is an informal group of New South Wales (VK2) Amateur Radio Operators interested in simplex communication at VHF and UHF over extended distances using any appropriate mode. Members of the Group engage in both Terrestrial and EME communication, and use a variety of modes, which include SSB, CW, FSK441 and JT44. Membership is informal; there are no officers or fees.
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VKHam.com: 100's of pages of Ham related info. Repeater listings and maps, VK's on the Internet - Australia's largest online listing of VK's e-mail & URL addresses, VK Classifieds - VK's busiest online classifieds, software downloads, home of the Aust. Amateur Radio Netring, radio & computer links and much more radio related info.
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Wagga Amateur Radio Club: Wagga Amateur Radio Club is a small but active group that has been in existence for some 30 plus years. We now have our own clubrooms in the centre of the city which we are currently renovating. We manage a 2m Repeater on Mt Flakeney, a 70cm Repeater on Willans Hill (which is linked to Mt Ginini) and an IRLP node (626). There is a Wagga Net on 7165 at 12 noon each Sunday. The Club meets on the last Friday of the month, sponsors a small WICEN group and conducts Study classes every Thursday. In addition members can often be found at the Club Working Bee on the Saturday after the club meeting. For more information contact President Greg VK2KGO on 69223632 or Secretary John on 69265471
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Other Links associated with Oz-Hams or Amateur Radio
JBO Communications Pty Ltd
JBO Communications Pty Ltd: The infrastructure used to support Oz-Hams has been supplied by JBO Communications Pty Ltd.
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Comindico Australia Pty Ltd: Oz-Hams is tele-housed in and connected to the Comindico network.
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Australian Communications Authority: This is the government agency which regulates Amateur Radio in Australia.
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Wireless Institute of Australia: This is Australia's primary representative body for Amateur Radio.
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Support & Diagnostic Tools
Looking Glasses
Looking Glass / Traceroute: Looking Glass and Trace routing applications allow you to see how traffic flows through the Internet from locations other than your own. Some looking glasses located within Australian networks include: Comindico, OPTUS, & Telstra. To locate looking glasses in other networks around the google try searching for "looking glass" at http://www.google.com
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Sam Spade Network Tracnig  Tool
Sam Spade: "Sam Spade assumes some Internet moxie on your part, and it's so loaded with nifty tools that it's a bit overwhelming. On the other hand, it's free and incredibly user-friendly"
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