21JAN 2017
Ham Radio license Certificate

Ham Radio license Certificate

Have you achieved your Amateur Radio License? Now you can proudly display your accomplishment on the wall of your shack. A distinctive certificate is available from the ARRL VEC Department. This certificate acknowledges the success of newly licensed operators as well as those who made the grade long…

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18JAN 2017
Ham Radio license exam online

Ham Radio license exam online

Is a good place to start. But it is NOT a place to take online amateur radio tests. There is NO SUCH THING. All testing is done in person. This is the website for the semi-official representative organization of amateur radio, the American Radio Relay League. Another organization involved in testing…

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15JAN 2017
Antennas for Ham Radio

Antennas for Ham Radio

The antenna is the best HF amplifier Here you will find all kinds of antennas for nearly all amateur bands. Please select from the menu on the left. Shortwave and 6m Beams ZX Monoband Yagis Mosley Multiband Mini-Beams Spiderbeam 6m Antennas Verticals GAP Butternut Various GPM-1500, GP, DX-160, Sigma-5…

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12JAN 2017
Loop Antennas for Ham Radio

Loop Antennas for Ham Radio

The loop is erected horizontal to the earth The feed arrangement for operating the loop as a vertical antenna Full Wave Loop Antenna by WH2T I have personally used a 160 meter band Horizontal Full Wave Loop antenna with very good success. I worked all 50 states and several countries with 100 Watts using…

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09JAN 2017
Australian Ham Radio frequencies

Australian Ham Radio frequencies

The Bureau of Meteorology broadcasts its marine weather HF radio services for high seas and Australian coastal areas from transmitters at Charleville in Queensland and Wiluna in Western Australia. Identifiers are VMC (for services from Charleville) and VMW (for services from Wiluna). VMC (Australia Weather…
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06JAN 2017
Ham Radio dipole antenna length

Ham Radio dipole antenna length

You can also enjoy multiband performance without traps, coils, fans or other schemes. Simply cut two equal lengths of stranded copper wire. These are going to be the two halves of your dipole antenna. Don’t worry about the total length of the antenna. Just make it as long as possible. You won’t be trimming…

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03JAN 2017
Operating Ham Radio without license

Operating Ham Radio without license

Reciprocal Agreements by Country CEPT Member Nations. IARP Member Nations. Members of CEPT and IARP. USA and Canada Treaty, CEPT and IARP. Amateur radio international reciprocal operating agreements permit Amateur Radio Operators (Hams) from one country to operate a station whilst traveling in another without the need to obtain additional licenses or permits. When no agreement…

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31DEC 2016
Get Ham Radio license online

Get Ham Radio license online

Everyone Should Have A Ham Radio – Heres How To Get Your License

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28DEC 2016
Future of Ham Radio

Future of Ham Radio

There was a time when developments in the realm of amateur radio were relevant in relation to the rest of the world. In those days, a young man might become interested in the technology of radio and his first steps in that venture may have been as a radio amateur. Through building and experimentation this neophyte might eventually make a living as a radio and TV repairman…

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25DEC 2016
Ham Radio license practice test

Ham Radio license practice test

What is Ham Radio? The ARRL has created a helpful site to introduce new or prospective hams to the history and overview of Amateur Radio. This site answers questions like the following: What is Ham Radio? Who is the typical Ham? What is the appeal of Ham Radio? Why do you need a license? Why do they call themselves Hams? What does Ham Radio sound like? For answers to these…

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