Great article from the ARRL Youth Editor and one of your fellow Socialhams, Sterling Coffey N0SSC
The ARRL Board of Directors has unanimously voted to approve the 9 cm band plan
Public service done by amateur radio, or “ham radio” operators, during the dark day in our nation’s history that was September 11, 2001.
I’m just back from ESC/DESIGN West, which was last week in San Jose. The conference held a very low-key meet-and-greet with students in engineering programs.
While those attending this weekend's St. Patrick's Day Hamfest may not all know each other by name, they likely will recognize each other's call signs.
Members of the Colquitt County Ham Radio Society recently presented their hobby to the students in Moultrie Technical College’s (MTC) electronics technology program.
The ARRL has a group of volunteer examiners in Lincoln County that is seeking residents interested in obtaining a Federal Communications Commission amateur radio operators license.
The Mississippi Coast Amateur Radio Association celebrated its 40th anniversary Saturday with demonstrations at Edgewater Mall.
“It’s a perfect fit!” explained Newell, “We both provide our services to the same area.”
On January 4, 2012, the Amateur Radio satellite, ARISSat-1/KEDR ended its 5 month mission as it deorbited through Earth's atmosphere.
Before the event officially began, there was plenty to do as members of both clubs readied a number of radio set-ups.
Would you or your kids enjoy talking live on ham radio with other kids around the country?