18FEB 2020
Yaesu Ham Radio Outlet

Yaesu Ham Radio Outlet

Ham Radio Outlet Founder and Robert G. “Bob” Ferrero, W6RJ (ex-K6AHV), of Danville, California, died on December 4 after a period of ill health. He was 78. An ARRL Life Member, Ferrero was a California state trooper and US Navy veteran when he acquired Ham Radio Outlet in Burlingame, California, in 1971…

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08FEB 2020
All bands Ham Radio antenna

All bands Ham Radio antenna

N4KC s TOP FIVE GET-ON-THE-AIR-QUICKLY ANTENNAS Some of us give up too easily. Or we are too timid to give something new a try. I have seen several examples of this lately. One was a new amateur who got all excited after he upgraded, acquired a perfectly adequate HF station, but then so far has not gotten…
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29JAN 2020
Ham Radio Technician license frequencies

Ham Radio Technician license frequencies

Up Front Features Radio Basics Shortwave Radio Receiver Reference Scanner Monitoring Other Radio Hobbies Radio Links According to the Federal Communications Commission, amateur ( ham ) radio is:A radio communications service for the purpose of self-training, intercommunication, and technical investigations…

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19JAN 2020
Columbia Amateur Radio Club

Columbia Amateur Radio Club

The Carolina Amateur Radio Club is a service-oriented club and has been in existence for more than 40 years. Originally known as the Carolina Repeater Society, it was an offshoot of the Palmetto Amateur Radio Club (which is the oldest South Carolina amateur radio club, having been founded in 1928 on…

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09JAN 2020
Amateur Radio question pool

Amateur Radio question pool

Amateur Question Pools The Question Pools are developed and maintained by the Question Pool Committee (QPC) of the NCVEC by FCC instruction and Part 97 Rules & Regulation : Sec. 97.523 Question pools All VECs must cooperate in maintaining one question pool for each written examination element. Each question pool must contain at least 10 times the number of questions…

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30DEC 2019
Ham Radio phonetic alphabet

Ham Radio phonetic alphabet

The Phonetic Alphabet is used to identify callsign letters in place of just saying the letter itself. This is often necessary when the letters in a particular call sign might easily be confused with other letters in the alphabet. For instance, the letter S is often confused with the letter F. The letter B is often confused with the letter D,just to name a few. Using…

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20DEC 2019
Ham Radio Homebrew Antennas

Ham Radio Homebrew Antennas

Simple, inexpensive and lots of fun! Here is an easy to make home brew antenna that can get you on the air working satellites or be built for use as a portable hand held antenna to extend the range of your HT. It s a dual band 2m/70 cm yagi antenna made with common materials and cost very little to make. Also, the antenna is fed with only one coaxial cable and does not use…

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10DEC 2019
Amateur Radio Society

Amateur Radio Society

Basic Info About us The Amateur Radio Society Exists to promote skills in the area of electronic communications and to build connections that will help it s members to fullfill future duties as members of society and the Church. There are many ways to get involved, even if it s only on the radio, we want your involvement. Please check out our calendar for current events, and…

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