The Thrill of wireless

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My Aim is to prepare New Generation Amateur Radio Operators in the world and they had to communicate each other by using new technology and to do new experiments to take this to future generation. Without ending to our.

--- VU3PEN dt Oct-2018


Tuesday, 20 November 2012

What's the Appeal of Ham Radio?

http://www.arrl.org/what-is-ham-radio


You can communicate from the top of a mountain, your home, or behind the wheel of your car. You can take radio wherever you go! In times of disaster, when regular communications channels fail, hams can swing into action assisting emergency communications efforts and working with public service agencies. For instance, it was the Amateur Radio Service which kept New York City agencies in touch with each other after their command center was destroyed during the 9/11 attack. Ham Radio came to the rescue during Hurricane Katrina, where all other communications failed.

At other times, you can even talk to Shuttle astronauts or bounce signals off the moon! You can use telegraphy, voice, digital, even images in communication with other hams.

Some hams like to build and experiment with electronics. Computer hobbyists enjoy using Amateur Radio's digital communications opportunities. Those with a competitive streak enjoy "DX contests," where the object is to see how many hams in distant locations they can contact. Mostly we use ham radio to open the door to new friendships over the air or through participation in one of more than 2000 Amateur Radio clubs throughout the country. There are over 600,000 radio amateurs in the United States and over 2,000,000 worldwide.

Read real person comments in "Why I Love It!"

Know any other hobby with so much to offer?

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