Here are a couple of long wave links sent in my Jim, K8ELR:
- Longwave Home Page. Interested in working or just listening to longwave radio? Check out this website for the Long Wave Club of America (LCWA).
- QRS. In order to beat the high QRM and QRN levels on the 136kHz ham band very slow CW is used (speeds going from 0.4 WPM even down to 0.01 WPM). QRS is a program that allows you to key your TX at these extreme slow speeds using the serial or parallel port of your PC.
ON7YD has other programs that hams will find useful, such as RCL Meter, which enables you to use your PC’s soundcard to measure inductance and capacitance.