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K-Link is open to all amateur radio operators. If you're not already a licensed ham and would like to get in on the fun of using the original world-wide social network, here are some resources to help you get your license:
License Volunteer Examiners: Central Kansas Amateur Radio Club (Salina Kansas) Read their helpful .pdf guide by clicking here.
ARRL's "Getting Started" information packet.
QRZ.com online practice exams.
Storm Spotters are needed! Attend a Weather safety presentation and help us provide timely updates during severe weather!
Storm Fury on the Plains - Wichita CWA - Topeka CWA
New! Listen in from home or work! K-Link internet streaming audio is back! Click here to launch the player. Or, use your favorite scanner app!
New! Join us for K-Link Network Lunch on June 7 at 11am - Coyote Canyon, Salina KS.
New! "Women in Radio" YL net begins Friday March 7 at 19:00 local!
New! Attention all Minneapolis 444.850 users: Be sure to program your radios with CTCSS squelch. We will be testing a mixed-mode digital repeater in the near future and you will want to use CTCSS to avoid hearing the digital stream on your analog radios.
ATTENTION ALL K-LINK REPEATER USERS: Please review the Guidelines. Updated 12/15/2013.
READ THIS if you use a Yaesu mobile or HT. How to disable the WIRES feature that you inadvertantly activated (and people miss the first three seconds of all of your transmissions).
K-Link Repeater Business Cards are here! Print these on business card paper. Be sure to set print option to "Actual Size" or Scaling = None so they fit properly. Updated 12/15/2013.
What to do if somebody has a stuck mic PTT or is jamming the repeater.
Repeater Status: Hoisington is operating at low power (10 watts) until the repeater can be replaced.
Established: August 16, 1998
Last Update: February 27, 2014