For information about the W7UQ Amateur Radio Club's facilities and equipment, please see the appropriate sections:
Misc. Station Resources:
US Amateur Radio Bands (February 23, 2007)
It is absolutely necessary to know what frequencies your have privileges for. To assist in that, the ARRL compiles data on amateur radio station frequency privileges, and combines that with general amateur radio practice to ensure radio spectrum is used effectively and within accepted practice. Several hams have taken this data and produced their own band plan listings to aid operators by providing writing space for notes, perhaps for a favorite net on a certain band or an indication of accepted calling frequencies and modes of communications.
Azimuthal Maps, Centered on W7UQ Club Station:
Many map projections are available to show the 3 dimensional earth on a 2D display, but for amateur radio use the azimuthal projection provides vital directional data not available in other projections. Azimuthal maps preserve the relative angle between points on a sphere. In order to do achieve this, the distance between points is distorted. The result is a useful map for pointing beam and other directional antennas to various parts of the Earth.
After some time operating at W7UQ, KE7PHG has put together some Google Maps views of QSOs. The one below is for contacts made at the W7UQ station. Feel free to scroll around and explore contacts made all around the world in the embedded map below.