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ham radio

[¦ham ′rād·ē·ō]
(electronics)
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told the TV station, "I saw Frank actually two weeks ago in Ohio at the Ham Radio Convention, which he attended annually as I did.
The book is about more than just passing the exam, he says, but also about the privileges and responsibilities--and the joys--of full membership in the ham radio community.
My father, an obstetrician/gynecologist, had his clinic in the house, as well as a ham radio room communication center (DUIAL) from where he talked every day to all his ham radio friends.
Rosenfeld, an electrical engineer by day who earned his license 30 years ago, called ham radio "a hobby with a greater purpose.
I was trained on what we used in fighter aircraft, but you and my son (who's a Ham radio operator) both corrected me.
Embassy in Port-au-Prince, Haiti, has operated a ham radio station for emergency communication during natural disasters with wardens and American citizens throughout Haiti.
TechEdSat measures about 4 inches (10 centimeters) on a side and carries a ham radio transmitter.
Other attractions include the Brain Trail and live ham radio communication.
That's just what many Egyptians have been doing this week, as groups like We Rebuild scramble to keep the country connected to the outside world, turning to landline telephones, fax machines and even ham radio to keep information flowing in and out of the country.
The object was found about three hours later to be a device to transmit Morse code in ham radio communications, which a 47-year-old company employee left behind on his way home in Nagoya after attending an amateur radio event in western Japan, the police said.
While about $85,000 went to purchase the evacuation chairs, the remaining grant money provides Mercy with ham radio communication and other technology that enhances Mercy's preparedness and response capabilities.
My first overseas assignment was to Vietnam in 1965, where I was disappointed to find that ham radio was prohibited by wartime restrictions.