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ham radio

[¦ham ′rād·ē·ō]
(electronics)
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For more than 100 years, Amateur Radio also called ham radio has allowed people from all walks of life to experiment with electronics and communications techniques, as well as provide a free public service to their communities during a disaster or emergency, all without needing a cellphone or the internet.
The satellite ExceedSat 1, the brainchild of Hyderabad based amateur ham radio operator and socio-cultural activist Ashhar Farhan, would give a major boost to ham radio operators in the country.
Gonzalez said the 'target use for ham radio [of Diwata-2] is for emergency situations wherein all commercial communications are down.'
Sabug, himself a HAM radio users, also relayed that aspiring enthusiasts would have to go through certain tests from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) before being allowed to operate.
Charles Wooten, a Director of Engineeringand IT for iHeart Media based in Lynn Haven, Fla., 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 ARRL Extra Class License Manual for Ham Radio, 11th Edition
5, is about a New York City detective named Raimy Sullivan who discovers that she's able to communicate with her dead father on an old ham radio. Of course, there are more twists than that.
If you are interested in ham radio or electronics, come along.
A), Julia Rosen described how Nobel laureate and ham radio enthusiast Joseph Taylor reflects radio waves off the lunar surface.
A ham radio operator in Gloucestershire, UK, managed to make contact with the International Space Station on his amateur apparatus, The Daily Telegraph reported.
Since 1933, ham radio operators across North America have established temporary ham radio stations in public locations during Field Day to showcase the science and skill of Amateur Radio.
He was an active member of the Worcester County Bee Keepers Association and enjoyed his Ham Radio. Relatives and friends are invited to visit with Jerry's family on Tuesday, March 24, 2015 from 5-8 PM in the Britton-Wallace Funeral Home, 91 Central St, Auburn.