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  • Qatari Es’hail 2 Satellite will Include AMSAT-DL Phase 4 Amateur Radio Transponders

    American Radio Relay League | Ham Radio Association and Resources
    16 Sep 2014 | 2:27 pm
    Gunter’s Space Page has reported that the Es’hail 2 communications satellite will carry analog and digital Amateur Radio transponders. The new satellite, which will be operated by Es’hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company, will be in a geostationary orbit, positioned at the 26 East “hotspot” position for TV broadcasting to the Middle East and North Africa. Launch is planned for late 2016.Es’hail...
  • Radio Enthusiasts from 25 Countries Compete in Borovoye:

    eHam.net News
    16 Sep 2014 | 5:01 pm
    BOROVOYE - More than 300 amateur radio enthusiasts from 25 countries gathered in Borovoye Sept. 6-13 for the 17th Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) World Championship. ARDF, also known as "fox hunting," is a radio-based discipline that originated in Denmark and England after World War II. Competitors use maps, compasses and radios with directional antennas to find five transmitters ("foxes") in the woods or in rough terrain in the shortest amount of time. Participation requires physical and mental skill.
  • SPRATLY ISLANDS(1S0,9M4.etc) --SOON TOO HOT FOR DX?

    QRZ Forums - Amateur Radio News
    W1YW
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:37 am
    One of the rarest and most sought DX counters again in the news...as the gas 'wars' heat up, will we ever see another Spratly DXpedition? http://www.aol.com/article/2014/09/1...doff/20962939/ 73 Chip W1YW
  • Plano Balloon Festival Special Event - K5P

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    NW5Q
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:26 pm
    We will be operating special event station K5P to celebrate the 35th annual Plano, Texas Hot Air Balloon Festival From Friday 9/19 to Sunday 9/21. We will have 2 stations on the air at the event all 3 days on whatever bands are open at the time from 10-40m. Operation will be mostly SSB, but we also plan some CW ops. Limited activity from home stations before and after the event is also possible. A special QSL card is available with SASE. Check the K5P site here on qrz.com for details. I hope you work us! Stan NW5Q
  • GreenEville TN Hamfest

    QRZ Forums - Hamfest and Convention Calendar
    KM4EBX
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Greeneville TN will be having a HamFest Oct 18. See website for more information http://www.greenevillehamfest.com/ Attached Files 2014gvillehamfest.pdf (29.4 KB)
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  • Qatari Es’hail 2 Satellite will Include AMSAT-DL Phase 4 Amateur Radio Transponders

    16 Sep 2014 | 2:27 pm
    Gunter’s Space Page has reported that the Es’hail 2 communications satellite will carry analog and digital Amateur Radio transponders. The new satellite, which will be operated by Es’hailSat, the Qatar Satellite Company, will be in a geostationary orbit, positioned at the 26 East “hotspot” position for TV broadcasting to the Middle East and North Africa. Launch is planned for late 2016.Es’hail...
  • “Last Man Standing” Special Event Set for September 28

    16 Sep 2014 | 12:50 pm
    A Hollywood-style Amateur Radio special event is set for later this month from the so-called “Seinfeld Stage” on the CBS Studio Center lot in Studio City, California. The K6H “Hollywood Hamnado” special event station will be on HF and D-STAR, September 28, from 1400 until 2200 UTC. Hosts for the event will be Amateur Radio crew members of the ABC television series “Last Man Standing.” On the sh...
  • Colorado ARES Team Wins an Honorable Mention in Citizen Corps Awards

    16 Sep 2014 | 11:01 am
    The Boulder County (Colorado) ARES team (BCARES) received an honorable mention in the Citizen Corps 2014 Individual and Community Preparedness Awards. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) announced the nationwide award recipients on September 3.BCARES was cited under the Technical Innovation category for its use of Amateur TV and APRS and for its Mountain Emergency Radio Network (MERN...
  • Moon-Bound Ham Radio Payload Will Transmit Your Message from Space — But Hurry!

    15 Sep 2014 | 1:53 pm
    The Amateur Radio payload on the lunar-orbiting 4M-LXS spacecraft will carry up to 2500, 13-character digital messages into space for retransmission via JT65B mode on 145.990 MHz. But wannabes will have to act fast. The message collection site will close Wednesday, September 17 at 12:00 Central European Time (1100 UTC) the 4M website announced today. China recently announced plans to launch the...
  • New $21.40 Vanity Call Sign Fee Now in Effect

    15 Sep 2014 | 11:13 am
    The new Amateur Service vanity call sign regulatory fee of $21.40 became effective on September 11. The FCC released a Report and Order and Further Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (R&O) on August 29, in which it recalculated the fee to $21.40 for the 10-year license term. The $5.30 increase represents the largest vanity fee hike in many years. In past years, new vanity fees did not become effecti...
 
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  • Radio Enthusiasts from 25 Countries Compete in Borovoye:

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:01 pm
    BOROVOYE - More than 300 amateur radio enthusiasts from 25 countries gathered in Borovoye Sept. 6-13 for the 17th Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) World Championship. ARDF, also known as "fox hunting," is a radio-based discipline that originated in Denmark and England after World War II. Competitors use maps, compasses and radios with directional antennas to find five transmitters ("foxes") in the woods or in rough terrain in the shortest amount of time. Participation requires physical and mental skill.
  • Radio Hams Can Encrypt, In Emergencies, Says Ofcom:

    15 Sep 2014 | 5:59 pm
    Consultation promises new spectrum and hints at relaxed licence conditions: UK regulator Ofcom is looking for radio hams' opinions about proposed changes to spectrum and amateur licensing. In exchange for giving up some spectrum, hams are getting access to new spectrum in the 470 kHz and 5 MHz bands that the Ministry of Defence is happy for them to use. Users of that spectrum will have to quit if the Ministry says they're causing interference. Access to these bands has been made available by way of compensation after an April Ofcom decision to withdraw access spectrum in the 2350-2390 MHz and…
  • Emergency Service Organizations Open Doors to Visitors:

    14 Sep 2014 | 5:17 pm
    CHAMBERSBURG -- In times of crisis, county residents seek help from emergency personnel. On Saturday, the Franklin County Department of Emergency Services opened its doors to let people know what it looks like behind the scenes. Meghan O'Brien, assistant director of Franklin County Emergency Services, said that this is the fourth year of the event. The building includes the county's 911 call center and the emergency operations center, which is homebase during emergencies, as well as home to other county organizations. The building was originally part of the Letterkenny Army Depot, according…
  • Floyd County Hams Talk About Their Work In the Community:

    13 Sep 2014 | 5:07 pm
    A meeting sponsored by the Foundation for Amateur International Radio Services (FAIRS), the Floyd Amateur Radio Society (FARS), and Triad on August 26 was an opportunity to spotlight the work of local ham radio operators. The meeting at the Computer Museum/Community Amateur Radio Station, located in The Village Green in the Town of Floyd, opened with a film clip by newscaster Walter Cronkite. The clip talked about the supportive efforts of radio amateurs during emergencies. Cronkite, who was a ham, commented that it was ironic that the word "amateur" is used to refer to hams and added that…
  • Santa Barbara Amateur Radio Club:

    13 Sep 2014 | 5:06 pm
    SBARC is a non-profit public benefit corporation organized to promote education for persons interested in telecommunications, to disseminate information about scientific discoveries and progress in the field, and to train communicators for public service and emergency communications. SBARC also encourages and sponsors experiments in electronics and promotes the highest standards of practice and ethics in the conduct of communications. Our success is shown by a progressive increase in involved membership, by public recognition and support, by members' advancement in the technology, and by…
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  • SPRATLY ISLANDS(1S0,9M4.etc) --SOON TOO HOT FOR DX?

    W1YW
    16 Sep 2014 | 7:37 am
    One of the rarest and most sought DX counters again in the news...as the gas 'wars' heat up, will we ever see another Spratly DXpedition? http://www.aol.com/article/2014/09/1...doff/20962939/ 73 Chip W1YW
  • ESTCube-1 Solar Sail Experiment

    G4TUT
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:45 am
    ESTCube-1 Solar Sail Experiment Tõnis Eenmäe ES5TF brings news that on Tuesday, September 16, 2014, the team are starting to deploy the electric solar sail tether on-board the amateur radio CubeSat ESTCube-1. The process of burning the tether end-mass and spool locks and reeling out the first few centimeters of tether will start during the 09.06 - 09.19Z pass over Estonia. This is a high pass and should be visible over most of the Europe. The next good passes listed below (all in UTC) will be used to download images the telemetry logs and the images: 10.43 - 10.56 18.39 - 18.51 20.15 -…
  • InnovAntennas to launch a new 'reflector-less' Yagi at the RSGB Hamfest

    G4TUT
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:43 am
    InnovAntennas to launch a new 'reflector-less' Yagi at the RSGB Hamfest 5el-70mhz-LFA-R-we.pngInnovAntennas will launch a new reflector-less Yagi at this year’s Newark hamfest. The LFA-R is a gain-focused Yagi presented in a light-weight package for VHF and available in two band versions for certain HF bands (through Force 12). More information on this antenna and its capabilities can be found at the InnovAntennas website and also a full article presentation has been published in the current issue of DUBUS magazine. http://www.innovantennas.com/latest-news.html Follow Southgate News on…
  • Typhoon hits Central Philippines

    G4TUT
    15 Sep 2014 | 11:27 am
    Typhoon hits Central Philippines At least 70 people are missing after the Maharlika II experienced steering trouble and sank off the central Philippines during the approach of fast moving Typhoon Kalmaegi. Due to the Typhoon, the Philippines Amateur Radio Association has activated its HERO network for emergency traffic and coordination. PARA has requested that 7.095 plus or minus 5 kHz be kept clear. The National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council has asked all in its path to take the necessary precautions. The Typhoon over the Cagayan and Isabela provinces was bringing with it…
  • Radio Society of Great Britain partners up with RFinder

    G4TUT
    13 Sep 2014 | 1:49 am
    Radio Society of Great Britain partners up with RFinder The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) and RFinder are pleased to announce a new business partnership agreement effective from the 1st August 2014. The RSGB will be supplying the very latest UK repeater data for the RFinder which is a steadily growing worldwide repeater directory including IRLP, Echolink, AllStar, DStar, MotoTRBO, and even Winlink information. route aberdeen-st ives.png RFinder currently has over 175 countries and 50,000 repeaters in the directory. Access to the World Wide Repeater Directory is provided by any version…
 
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  • Plano Balloon Festival Special Event - K5P

    NW5Q
    16 Sep 2014 | 11:26 pm
    We will be operating special event station K5P to celebrate the 35th annual Plano, Texas Hot Air Balloon Festival From Friday 9/19 to Sunday 9/21. We will have 2 stations on the air at the event all 3 days on whatever bands are open at the time from 10-40m. Operation will be mostly SSB, but we also plan some CW ops. Limited activity from home stations before and after the event is also possible. A special QSL card is available with SASE. Check the K5P site here on qrz.com for details. I hope you work us! Stan NW5Q
  • OP14RAM/P

    OO2O
    15 Sep 2014 | 6:51 am
    Activation for 1er world war 14-18 OP14RAM / P the weekend of September 20th and 21st, 2014 from the 11 am till the 5 pm since the new museum PLUGSTREET 14-18 to PLOEGSTEERK Radio club ON4RAM of MOUSCRON ( B )
  • CONTEST PADRE LANDELL

    PY2ALC
    14 Sep 2014 | 7:02 am
    NEW CONTEST IN JANUARY 17-18 2015 http://py2alc.wix.com/contest-padrelandell
  • Everybody's Day special event September 27, 2014 NC4AR

    KG4TAH
    14 Sep 2014 | 6:54 am
    We will be transmitting LIVE FROM THE CABOOSE September 27, 2014 at EVERYBODY'S DAY 2014 Downtown Thomasville, North Carolina The Tri-County Amateur Radio Club will once again be operating a portable HF station LIVE FROM THE CABOOSE in downtown Thomasville during the annual Everybody's Day celebration. From 9 am to 4 pm on Saturday, September 27, 2014, downtown Thomasville will be filled with live music, dancing, vendors, and lots of guilt-inducing food -- and we'll be there to tell the world about it by radio, transmitting on or near 7.210 MHz. Ham radio operators who check in with our…
  • YO6EX/P on WCA YO-00478 (SB-F31) first activation

    YO6EX
    13 Sep 2014 | 3:24 am
    YO6EX/P will be active in WCA YO-00448 (SB-F31) for first activation in 14 September 2014. Freq: 7030, 10124, 14040, 18084, 21040 +- QRM. Valid for Castles Award. 73 & GL YO6EX
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  • GreenEville TN Hamfest

    KM4EBX
    16 Sep 2014 | 1:37 pm
    Greeneville TN will be having a HamFest Oct 18. See website for more information http://www.greenevillehamfest.com/ Attached Files 2014gvillehamfest.pdf (29.4 KB)
  • Lubbock Amateur Radio Club Hamfest

    W3LDR
    13 Sep 2014 | 11:16 pm
    We want to invite everyone to our 1st Annual ARRL Sanctioned Hamfest in Lubbock Texas Oct 18th 2014 Hamfest details at http://k5lib.org/2014-larc-hamfest/ Rodney Davis W3LDR President LARC
  • FCARC Swapfest 2014 in Appleton Wisconsin - Sunday, November 2nd, 2014

    AB9IO
    12 Sep 2014 | 9:11 pm
    Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club 2014 Swapfest! SAME LOCATION!! Fellow HAM-Sters... Hamfest weekend in Wisconsin is coming! The Milwaukee Repeater Club Hamfest is Saturday, November 1st in Milwaukee and the FCARC Swapfest is Sunday, November 2nd in Appleton, Wisconsin. Why not enjoy a full weekend of hamfesting and send the family to our beautiful shopping malls for a great weekend of pre-holiday shopping? The Fox Cities Amateur Radio Club is having another great Hamfest on Sunday, November 2nd, 2014 at Monarch Gardens, 2311 W. Spencer St. in Appleton, Wisconsin. Our hamfest could be one of the…
  • SEWFARS Swapfest

    K9BIZ
    12 Sep 2014 | 9:20 am
    SEWFARS Swapfest October 12, 2014 Sterling Chalet 1271 Highway 175 Hubertus, WI For details see "sewfars.com"
  • Western CT Hamfest Sunday Sept 14 2014 Candlewood Amateur Radio Assoc. Newtown, CT

    K2HAT
    11 Sep 2014 | 6:16 am
    http://www.arrl.org/hamfests/western...icut-hamfest-4 Western Connecticut Hamfest HAMFEST/CONVENTION 09/14/2014 Start Date: 09/14/2014 End Date: 09/14/2014 Location: Edmond Town Hall 45 Main Street Newtown, CT 06470 Website: http://www.CARARadioClub.org Sponsor: Candlewood Amateur Radio Association (CARA) Type: ARRL Hamfest Talk-In: 147.300+ (PL 100.0) Public Contact: Ron Cabral , AB1RJ 8 Little River Lane Redding, CT 06896 Phone: 203-938-7007 Email: RonCabral@optonline.net CARA Hamfest - 2014!! Sunday, September 14, 2013 - 8:30 AM to 12:30 PM Edmond Town Hall 45 Main Street, Newtown, CT…
 
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  • Amateur radio in the news: community service, radio prepares for war, end is near for Radio Shack

    Dan KB6NU
    14 Sep 2014 | 9:50 am
    Floyd County hams talk about their work in the community. A meeting sponsored by the Foundation for Amateur International Radio Services (FAIRS), the Floyd Amateur Radio Society (FARS), and Triad on August 26 was an opportunity to spotlight the work of local ham radio operators. 1935 National HRO U.S. Navy Receiver. Credit P. Litwinovich collection Radio prepares for war, Part 1. As the roaring twenties came to a close, radio technology would continue to evolve with significant improvements to consumer sets, particularly in the area of shortwave reception. The price of radios would continue…
  • Is the prepper community fertile ground for amateur radio clubs

    Dan KB6NU
    13 Sep 2014 | 11:00 am
    This morning I got an e-mail from a reader: Our local club is trying to attract new members, and to that end we’re contemplating a mass-mailing to licensed hams in our area.  But my thought is, why not include the preppers as well?  Why not reach out to the prepper community to help them learn how to communicate during emergencies?  Granted, ham radio may not be the focus of their lives, but, does that matter?  Plant the seeds of interest via an outreach and see where it goes from there! I didn’t want to dissuade him from recruiting preppers, but I don’t think that…
  • Is the solar flare affecting you at all?

    Dan KB6NU
    12 Sep 2014 | 12:54 pm
    According to an AP report on Wednesday, “A strong solar flare is blasting its way to Earth, but the worst of its power looks like it will barely skim above the planet and not cause many problems.” According to another report on cir.ca, the two coronal mass ejections (CMEs) began hitting Earth today and are causing moderate storming. I haven’t checked the bands at all today, but last night conditions were pretty good on 20m, 30m, and 40m. Have any of you noticed any effect from this solar storm? The post Is the solar flare affecting you at all? appeared first on…
  • An opportunity for amateur radio operators?

    Dan KB6NU
    11 Sep 2014 | 1:00 pm
    On the local NextDoor BBS, someone posted: My roof antenna has stopped delivering many of the channels it used to deliver. I can not find any services for such in the phone book and I am looking for someone who can consult with me and repair if neccessary/possible my system. I only want on air service and am reluctant to sign up/pay for pay service. Things were working fine until a month ago. I trimmed some trees back which were over my roof thinking they were blocking the input but that did not work. If anyone knows someone/service which still does this sort of work I would appreciate…
  • QSLs: W6HIP, W0GUY

    Dan KB6NU
    10 Sep 2014 | 12:00 pm
    Here are two new additions to my collection of QSLs from stations whose call signs spell words: I worked Bob during the International Lighthouse/Lightship Weekend as K6PV. We had a very nice QSO, during which he let it slip that his own callsign was W6HIP. He’s a nice guy and a University of Michigan graduate. I worked Bill (whose last name is Guy) during the KS QSO Party. The post QSLs: W6HIP, W0GUY appeared first on KB6NU's Ham Radio Blog.
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  • It's the little things that make life worthwhile

    16 Sep 2014 | 5:40 pm
    In the day to day, sometimes it's easy to forget the little things that make life worthwhile.1) Like that yesterday was my daughter Cara's 13th birthday - she's officially a teenager now!Did I mention she DETESTS having her picture taken and that she was ready to kill me when I snapped this one at Lake George this Summer?2) Like that today they served chicken corn chowder in the cafeteria at work today - one of my all time favorite soups.3) That while I was eating my chicken corn chowder in my Jeep, I managed to work DL4ISX in Germany (with some difficulty due to QSB) and HF37SONDA in Poland…
  • Crummy day

    13 Sep 2014 | 7:30 pm
    for yardwork, but it was a good day for radio! Cool, rainy and damp weather kept me inside for most of the day, grocery shopping notwithstanding.This is the first Saturday in a while that I actually got some time to sit down at the radio and get some operating in.  The 17, 15 and 12 Meter bands seemed to be in decent shape and I worked a bunch of European stations today. And W1AW/5 in Texas was so strong that he sounded like he was just down the street. I think I could have worked him with 100 milliWatts, if I had tried.And this was all icing on the cake as the day started out well with…
  • Excited

    11 Sep 2014 | 5:29 pm
    Marv K2VHW and I, under the auspices of the South Plainfield Amateur Radio Club, will be teaching a course for those in the greater Central New Jersey area who want to earn a Technician class license.Here's the flier that Marv designed to advertise the class:I'm excited, because so far we have eight potential students who have pre-registered. We have room for more, so if you're interested or know someone in the Central NJ area who might be interested, contact either Marv or myself.  We would also ask that anyone who has pre-registered or wants to register, to please try to attend the…
  • 9/11 - Never forget.

    10 Sep 2014 | 5:12 pm
    72 de Larry W2LJQRP - When you care to send the very least!
  • QRP Afield Spetember 2014

    8 Sep 2014 | 6:21 pm
    Did you know this year is QRP Afield'd 20th Anniversary?  This was posted yesterday on QRP-L:QRP Afield 2014 – Saturday, September 20, 2014 – 1600Z - 2200Z In celebration of the 20th anniversary of QRP Afield, this year’s event will follow the rules, times, and scoring of the original event from 1994. Note that this is now a six hour event, encouraging everyone to get out during daylight hours. Note also that the scoring particularly encourages QRPp operation, with added points for operating a field location at powers below one watt. Information regarding the event is given below.
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  • Portable All-Mode VHF Radio: FT-817 vs KX3

    Bob Witte
    23 Aug 2014 | 9:33 am
    For truly portable mountaintop all-mode VHF operating, especially SOTA and VHF contests, the Yaesu FT-817ND has been my rig of choice. You might say that it is really the “only game in town” for a 6m/2m/70cm radio that fits in a backpack. The Yaesu FT-817ND I’ve had my eye on the Elecraft KX3 transceiver ever since it was introduced, but really I have been waiting for the 2m module to become available. (The KX3 has HF plus 6m standard.) After being announced over a year ago, the 2m module is now shipping and radio amateurs are getting their hands on the unit. I do enjoy…
  • SOTA Summit Activation: Sandia Crest (W5N/SI-001)

    Bob Witte
    8 Aug 2014 | 9:29 pm
    Joyce KØJJW and I were headed to the Duke City Hamfest in Albuquerque when we decided to make a side trip up Sandia Crest for a low overhead (read: slacker) Summits On The Air (SOTA) activation. The view of the summit when approaching via the Sandia Crest Road. Sandia Crest pokes up 10,678 feet, towering over Albuquerque at roughly 5000 feet. Although the weather was rainy, we enjoyed the drive up the paved Sandia Crest Road through the Cibola National Forest. This looks like a great area to explore and we’ll probably be back sometime in the future. At the parking lot, about 40…
  • SOTA Summit W0C/SP-042 Activation

    Bob Witte
    4 Aug 2014 | 10:27 pm
    For the 2014 Colorado 14er Event, Joyce K0JJW and I decided to try a summit close to our cabin near Trout Creek Pass. The basic idea was to activate a non-14er SOTA peak with good VHF paths to all of the Colorado mountains. We also wanted to demonstrate the idea of activating Summits On The Air peaks during the 14er event. SOTA summit W0C/SP-042 We chose an unnamed peak (W0C/SP-042) that rises to 12,792 feet near Cottonwood Pass . This summit was already on my list of SOTA peaks to activate, so that was another plus. The trail starts at Cottonwood Pass, right on the continental divide and…
  • This Spewed Out of the Internet #28

    Bob Witte
    23 Jul 2014 | 9:45 pm
    More important things have spewed forth from the interwebz: HamRadioNow interviews the Ham Hijinks guys and has the nerve to actually publish the video. Later the Hijinks crew posted this article about changes being made to Field Day. Baofeng is going to change its name. Or is this just another Ham Hijinks article? WE2F writes: 146.52 Reasons to Monitor VHF Simplex but whatever you do, do not use 146.52 MHz on Field Day. Mike AD5A posts Why Operate QRP from Summits? The FCC kicks the butt of a cell phone jammer manufacturer, to the tune of $34.9M and also fines a couple of 14.313 MHz problem…
  • Announcing the October 2014 WØTLM Technician License Class

    Bob Witte
    12 Jul 2014 | 2:14 pm
    Ham Radio Two-Day License Class Sat October 18 and Sat October 25 (8 AM to 5 PM) 2014 Location: Tri-Lakes Monument Fire Station 1, Monument, CO The Technician license is your gateway to the world-wide excitement of Amateur Radio … Earn your ham radio Technician class radio privileges Pass your FCC amateur radio license exam right in class on the second day Multiple-choice exam, No Morse Code Required Live equipment demonstrations Learn to operate on the ham bands, 10 Meters and higher Learn to use the many VHF/UHF FM repeaters in Colorado Find out how to participate in emergency…
 
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