Amatuer Radio Information

  

This page is for indivduals who may have an interest in the hobby of amateur radio.  Some people may call this hobby ham radio also.  There are many facets that I will not dive into for there are plenty of other websites that cater to discussions, groups, propoganda and other information.  

Current Operating Stats

  

Local Tulsa Amatuer Radio Club websites

Tulsa Amatuer Radio Club-W5IASMember

Tulsa Repeater Organization-WA5LVT Member

Broken Arrow Radio Club-W5DRZ

  

Other Radio Clubs I have interests in:

American Radio Relay League  Member: to email me send to NM5I@arrl.org

Repeater Association of North Tampa -RANT Contributor

Tampa Amatuer Radio Club - TARC Member

 Peoria Area Amatuer Radio Club- PAARCMember

  

  

 This link will show a network of radio traffic with moving vehicles and other information.

APRS.FI

  

  

  

  

  

  

 

The most important item of learning is that someone can glean to enjoy the technical side of amatuer radio would be Ohms Law.  

Dont be Light in Ohm's Law!

A Law stating that electric current is proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance.

Links:

Wikipedia explaination of Ohms Law.

  

Details on Ohm's Law and how it works  

  

 

About Amateur Radio Services

  

 The amateur and amateur-satellite services are for qualified persons of any age who are interested in radio technique solely with a personal aim and without pecuniary interest. These services present an opportunity for self-training, intercommunication, and technical investigations. Twenty-seven small frequency bands throughout the spectrum are allocated to this service internationally. Some 1,300 digital, analog, pulse, and spread-spectrum emission types may be transmitted.

 Millions of amateur operators in all areas of the world communicate with each other directly or through ad hoc relay systems and amateur-satellites. They exchange messages by voice, teleprinting, telegraphy, facsimile, and television. In areas where the FCC regulates the services, an amateur operator must have an FCC or Canadian license. FCC-issued Reciprocal Permit for Alien Amateur Licensee are no longer needed. Reciprocal operation in the U.S. is now authorized by Section 47 C.F.R. § 97.107.

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