Ham Information

Amateur Radio Service must comply with Part 97 of the FCC Rules 
Many of the area Amateur Radio clubs offer testing sessions and some offer classes to help prepare for taking the amateur radio license tests. Check out the club's website and/or contact the club to find out when these are being offered. Other useful information about licensing can be found on the ARRL getting licensed page   


  • Dave Casler's youtube channel   - He has a series of videos that go along with the ARRL study guides for Amateur Radio License tests.
  • K7AGE's Youtube chanel Useful videos by Randy about antennas, radios and other things ham radio related.
  • AmateurLogic - monthly show about ham radio, they also have a video series called Ham College help prepare for the technician test.
  • Ham Nation -Popular weekly video show about Amatuer Radio 

Web SDR:
Tune around the radio bands using web based software defined radios from locations world wide. A WebSDR is a Software-Defined Radio receiver connected to the internet, allowing many listeners to listen and tune it simultaneously. SDR technology makes it possible that all listeners tune independently, and thus listen to different signals;

  • Web SDR -List of web based SDR receivers
  • Kiwi SDR - List of web based SDR receivers