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HamDB The Amateur Radio Equipment Database is intended to provide a useful reference to amateur radio equipment, connectors and protocols.
This site is still a work in progress so many pieces of equipment have not been added yet or have details missing, however you can get involved and help in expanding the database.
Browse the database
If you want to get reading you can either search for a specific item or if you would like to have a browse the following pages make a good place to start
If you would like to get involved in helping build the equipment database the following steps will show you how to get started.
Currently accounts need to be created manually so to get one contact us with your Name, preferred username and email at https://www.suws.org.uk/wp/contact-us/ and we can create you an account.
Once you have an account you can help us by creating pages or adding information to existing pages. The help pages provide a good starting point on how to create pages or improve information on a page.