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  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: The Status of Youth in Amateur Radio

    05/17/2011. By Sterling Coffey, N0SCC ARRL Youth Editor. I would like to thank all the readers for the fantastic comments and e-mails that you have sent in reply to the first few articles I have written. I would particularly like to thank the younger folks who have given me the topics of this article, and the very kind individuals ... Learn More

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    Results 1 - 8 of 1230 ... Youth@HamRadio.Fun: The Status of Youth in Amateur Radio. 05/17/2011. By Sterling Coffey, N0SCC ARRL Youth Editor. I would like to thank all the readers for the fantastic comments and e-mails that you have sent in ... Learn More ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Dayton on Radar

    Apr 27, 2013 ... TAGS: amateur radio, amateur radio activities, Amateur Radio perspective, arrl, ARRL EXPO area, ARRL President Kay, ARRL Youth Lounge, boston marathon, Dayton, easy way, elementary school, high school, net control, New Mexico, radio club, radio operators, Sterling Coffey, Youth, youth activities. Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Hamfesting Like Crazy

    02/28/2012. By Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor. The last few weekends of January was all about burning gas and traveling across Missouri to visit two of the state's great hamfests: the NKC Hamfest in Kansas City, and Winterfest in St Louis. Thankfully they were separated by a week, so this allowed me to take ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: New Kid in Town

    03/30/2013. Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor. Moving to a new town is a big undertaking, whether as a family, a temporary move to study abroad or get work experience while in college -- or even moving to college itself. Although it's never easy to let go of the old and become acquainted with a new place, you ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: New Mexico -- Land of Hamchantment

    02/26/2013. Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor. In a typical engineering discipline, one spends four (or more commonly, five) years in classes learning more math, science, circuit analysis and classroom topics than you could ever fathom to understand. Included in those years lies a personal responsibility to acquire ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Amateur Radio, Before and After

    10/24/2011. By ARRL Youth Editor Sterling Coffey, N0SSC n0ssc@arrl.net. Amateur Radio was born in candlelit labs and foggy fields by several renowned inventors and experimenters throughout the close of the 19th century and beginning of the 20th. The first wireless experimenters of the world -- Heinrich Hertz, Nikola ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: A Success Story

    10/02/2011. By Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor. At the Missouri S&T Amateur Radio Club, W0EEE, we've blasted into the new school year by recruiting new members and planning projects -- including a cooperative fox hunt with IEEE -- as well as some outdoor public informational and demonstrational activities ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Hams on Mars (Almost)

    05/26/2013. BySterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor n0ssc@arrl.net. Eight New Hams on “Mars”. Eight Missouri University of Science & Technology (S&T) students took their Amateur Radio license exams last week -- and passed! Most of the examinees wanted to get a license so they could legally operate high power ... Learn More

  • Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Back to School

    08/25/2012. By Sterling Coffey, N0SSC ARRL Youth Editor n0ssc@arrl.net. The sounds of cicadas buzzing in the trees herald the fast approaching school year. Every summer seems to go by so quickly in conformance to the old adage: “Time flies when you're having fun.” To most school-bound youths, fun can be as simple  ... Learn More