Become a Ham

What is Amateur Radio??


To get a Ham Radio license, you do need to take a written multiple choice test. A great study guide is the American Radio Relay League's Ham Radio License Manual



If you're interested in self study, David Casler KE0OG has put together a great video series to go along with the ARRL License Manual to help you. You can visit his site at http://www.ke0og.net/training or you can view a play list of his videos here. Thank you Dave Casler for putting these videos together!

All of the questions on the test are multiple choice. The questions and answers are in the license manual and will be worded exactly as listed on the test. You can take practice tests online at http://www.qrz.com/hamtest. When you are consistently passing the practice tests and you feel you are ready, please contact us using the contact us link and we will get you in contact with a local Volunteer Examiner.

Amateur Radio has many different things you can play and experiment with from emergency service, morse code, amateur television, slow scan tv, data modes, satellite and space station work, and bouncing signals on the moon. We have monthly meetings where we discuss an interesting subject. Our meetings are open to anyone who wishes to attend; no license required. Feel free to use the form on the Contact Us page and we will get you connected to a someone to help. 
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