This is the site for the American Radio Relay League. Go here to
learn about getting your amateur radio license.
This is the site where you can download CwGet, an exceptionally handy
and easy-to-use program which automatically decodes Morse Code
transmissions. This program can be used to decode the raw data
transmissions from Morse Code AnaSondes. This program also seamlessly
integrates with the Anasphere software for the Morse Code AnaSondes
to yield final data values.
This site provides upper-air data in the form of forecasts and
actual radiosonde soundings. This data is useful if you want to
predict where a balloon will go, or to have data to compare
with that gathered by AnaSondes.
This is the website for BOREALIS, which is the Montana Space Grant
Consortium's High Altitude Balloon Program. Anasphere's president,
Dr. John Bognar, was Flight Director for BOREALIS for two years.
This site illustrates how a student-driven near-space research
program can be conducted.