To use the forums and other features you must register and create an account. Registration is easy and please use your amateur radio callsign for your username if you have one. You will receive an activation link to activate your account so a valid email address is required. Be sure to check your spam folder if you don't receive the activation email. Please note that all arrl.net addresses are being rejected by the system due to the fact the arrl email server often rejects the registration and notification emails. This has been a problem in the past so the arrl.net domain is being blocked.

Please also note that to download files from the resources section you must upgrade your account after registration. All download buttons will be greyed-out until your account has been upgraded. You will automatically be directed to the membership page after successful registration, but upgrading is NOT mandatory to use the forums and other features.


Back in the mid 1990's when the Internet was young there were a small handful of websites around the web devoted to introducing and preserving amplitude modulation. Two of those websites were AM Forever and AM North America. Unfortunately, AM North America was taken over by an unfavorable group of individuals who converted it to a forum site under a new name thus eliminating AM North America completely. During that time AM Forever remained on the web until it was eventually converted to a forum site as well in 2011. Due to long-term issues with members and staff from the other AM forum site which over the years has been mostly based on differing political views and culture along with very problematic egos from various current and former members it was decided that AM Forever would be renamed to AM North America in an attempt to bring back the original intent when the AM websites first began.

Present Day

AM North America has fully evolved and to current modern-day Internet standards and is now available via a secure worldwide CDN (Constant Delivery Network) for fast content delivery. It is fully compatible with all of the latest browsers and mobile device technology. It will continue being updated as needed and occasionally with new features if they are deemed useful and will serve a functional purpose. It’s been a long hard road through the years, but the time has arrived and AM has never died and is still with us. Hopefully that will never change. AM Forever...