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Getting started in amateur radio.

Julius Berens

Getting started in amateur radio.

by Julius Berens

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Published by J.F. Rider in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Radio -- Amateurs" manuals.

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesA Rider publication,, no. 199
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsTK9956 .B45
    The Physical Object
    Pagination136 p.
    Number of Pages136
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6225196M
    LC Control Number57011292
    OCLC/WorldCa3271263

    Amateur Radio Getting Started Guides At Essex Ham, we know that once you’ve got your licence, taking the next steps can be tricky – we’ve all been there. To help out, we’ve put together some handy Amateur Radio Getting Started Guides, available as web pages or PDF files. Getting Started with Ham Radio. Prev NEXT. Listen in on the Amateur Radio Frequency Bands (U.S.) via a radio scanner or a short-wave receiver. Be sure any short-wave receiver you buy is capable of receiving single sideband (SSB), used for voice communications on the short-wave bands. On any scanner, you will hear local ham operators using.

    The article “Getting started on amateur radio satellites” by John Heath, G7HIA, contains much useful information. The recommended book to read is “The Radio Amateur’s Satellite Handbook” by Martin Davidoff, K2UBC. This book is available from the Radio Society of . Getting Started in Amateur Radio sets out to explore what is possible and get you started on a voyage of discovery. If you want to know something about the hobby or are newly licensed, or are even just looking for something different, Getting Started in Amateur Radio provides the answers.

    How to Get Started In Ham Radio When individuals ask me about amateur radio, one of the main threads in the conversation usually is "How do I get started?" This is a bigger question than it first appears, because it involves not only getting a license, but also what to do after one gets that license. By H. Ward Silver. Nonhams usually are pretty surprised to find out about ham radio satellites. Imagine — do-it-yourself satellites! The first amateur satellite, OSCAR-1 (Orbiting Satellite Carrying Amateur Radio), was built by American hams and went into orbit in , just a couple of years after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik and ignited the space race.


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