This site is dedicated to Amateur Radio and related topics at AA6E, Branford, Connecticut, USA. (So what is Amateur Radio?)
AA6E can currently operate in the 80, 40, 30, 20, 17, 15, 12, 10, 6, and 2 Meter Amateur bands (3.5 to 148 MHz), at power levels from 5 to 1500 Watts. Operating modes include CW (Morse Code), digital keyboard modes (PSK31 and others), SSB voice, and narrowband FM.
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We are experimenting with Wiki technology, which is the "engine" behind the pages you see here. Slowly, we are converting from the older "static" web site (see below), which uses a conventional (and now dated) software technology.
Note: The Wiki approach is normally used for collaborative web projects (famously: Wikipedia), but that is not the main purpose here. Wikis are also a good alternative to older style WYSIWIG (what you see is what you get) editors that can be more complicated to use and that are generally tied to a particular computer for content generation.