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|Renewing after 2 year grace||KF6ZCP||on 2/8/12|
|Hello Bryan -
Regretfully, as you know, your Tech license has expired in October 2009 (and gone beyond the FCC two year renewal grace period) had cancelled in October 2011. Cancellation is a termination of that license.
As an ARRL member, I would have to believe that you had received the ARRL Members free offer for renewal, as well as reminders from other VEC's.
To get re-started back into amateur radio, you at a minimum must take the current 35-question Technician exam at a VE test session. Once you pass that test FCC will issue to you a new call sign.
The best place to learn about "ham radio", both the adventure, and the license structure is to start at:
Be sure to browse and click on the links at the left-hand side of the pages you visit in that section!
Hope that helps - for more concerns, feel free to call the ARRL VEC at 860-594-0300, or by e-mail email@example.com
Perry Green, WY1O