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Category HAM Radio

It’s offical, I got my extra license!

So back in September I decided I was going to work to get my extra ham radio license by Jan 1, 2016. I was motivated by the fact that I had been a technician class operator for nearly 6 years… Continue Reading →

It’s offical, I got my general license!

I’m a amateur radio operator and it’s been some time since I got licensed but I finally took the time to study and got my general license, opening up a¬†whole new world as far as amateur radio goes. I’m already… Continue Reading →

Tactial Simplex Repeater For 2M HAM Radio Operators

Being a technology geek for me doesn’t stop at writing code or hacking gadgets, it extends to even communications and specifically RF (Radio Frequencies). I’m a licensed HAM radio opeartor and have been for some time now. It’s true that… Continue Reading →

Oh yeah, I’m licensed!

So as I talked about in my previous post, I headed up to Dayton Ohio last weekend to witness Hamvention 2011 first hand. Well, what I failed to enlighten the world on is I had been studying to get my… Continue Reading →

Heading to Dayton Hamvention 2011

Hello fellow geeks, as many of you may already know, Hamvention 2011 is this weekend and I’m heading up to Dayton to check it out. This will be my first time and while I don’t have my license just yet… Continue Reading →

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