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I have recently received my ham radio Technician class license. This site is primarily informational. We will talk about how easy it is to get a license, how the ham radio can be used for every day and emergency uses, how it fits into todays' world of preparedness, and also the selection and considerations to purchasing a ham radio and equipment (antennas, etc) Guest speakers will be on to provide insight into the world of ham and various topics.My new blog for information on getting started in amateur radio is: http://hamitupladiesandgents.blogspot.com/

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We are airing early today. TODAY WE WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THE LATEST ARRL NEWS. AND, DO YOU KNOW THE WORLDS LONGEST MORSE CODE MESSAGE? IT IS A PART OF NEVADAS HISTORY. JOIN ME VIA CHAT OR... more

LAST WEEK WE HAD KT7KEN ON TALKING ABOUT THE RESCUE OF ONE OF OUR OWN LOCAL ARES MEMBERS AND STARTED A COLD WEATHER LIST FOR CAR AND DRIVING SAFETY. WE WILL CONTINUE OUR LIST OF... more
LADYHAM KF7CDB

WEBSITES FOR WINTER CAR KITS

  • by LADYHAM KF7CDB
Here are some websites that can help with preparing your car for cold weather emergencies; http://theepicenter.com/>... more

This week we have a special guest, KT7KEN, who was instrumental in a search and rescue of one of our own ARES members who became lost and stranded deep in the backwoods of our own mountains here in Idaho. He will cover... more

Announcing the winner of the Sparkey award today, and will be announcing the Elmer award contest. Will be taking your calls. News from ARRL and a preview of a dramatic rescue that happened here, in the North Idaho mountains.
LADYHAM KF7CDB

Preparedness

  • by LADYHAM KF7CDB
We had quite the exercise this week in which one of our own ARES(Amateur Radio Emergency Service) needed to be rescued. The outcome turned out good, but a lot of lessons were learned along the way. More details to follow.

Today we will continue our discussion of packet radio. Amateur radio has come a long way in the past 100 years! This show is intended to educate fellow hams and future hams to the many facets of ham radio.

I learned about packet radio last night and want to share the details. You can use your computer WITHOUT INTERNET to send emails and chat and folders. I will be talking aobut how it works

Amateur radio has come a long way in the past 100 years! This show is intended to educate fellow hams and future hams to the many facets of ham radio. Special speakers to be featured on such topics as preparedness the many types of... more

Today we continue our talk on the history of Morse code and its applications. Feel free to call in anytime!

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