Amateur Radio operators know there is a lot of knowledge and training that go into being a successful Amateur Radio operator (Ham). Before you can get on the air, you need to have a license*. You need to know the rules to operate legally. You also need to know how to operate safely and you will need some knowledge and training to operate successfully; and now there is no requirement to learn Morse code in order to get your license. US licenses are good for 10 years before a free renewal, and anyone may hold a license except a representative of a foreign government.
Dates: Saturday, TBD in October, 2016 [Day 1]
Saturday, TBD in October, 2016 [Day 2]
Note: You should plan to attend both days to receive
all of the course information
Time: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM
Cost: $30.00 [includes ARRL License Manual and Class
Location: Commissioner’s Hearing Rooms, Coupeville
1 NE 6th Street
Coupeville WA 98239
Registration: Contact: Ken Sousa, N7AXJ
Phone [eve]: 360-675-4867
Email: n7axj < at > w7avm.org
ISLAND COUNTY AMATEUR RADIO CLUB
COUPEVILLE WA, 98239
*In the United States, Amateur Radio is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under the Communications Act of 1934 as amended. It is also subject to numerous international agreements and treaties. Worldwide, all Amateur Radio operators must be licensed. In the US, there are three license classes—Technician, General and Extra. Each successive level of license comes with an expansion of privileges.