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    Feature. 12/15/2008 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: 'Tis the Season, Ham Style! Christmas break is only a few weeks away and is a prime time for our favorite hobby of Amateur Radio. Spending days and nights tuning the bands, listening to conversations, starting our own and adding another country to our list, we have time for ... Learn More

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    10/24/2011 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Amateur Radio, Before and After. 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 Tesla,  ... Learn More

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    12/30/2009 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: A Bird's Eye View. The mystery of space and weightlessness is one that inspires the imagination. The dream of conquering what lies beyond our atmosphere spans generations. It is that mystique and dream that has driven many dedicated Amateur Radio operators and science enthu Learn More

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    05/17/2011 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: The Status of Youth in Amateur Radio. 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 v Learn More

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    08/05/2009 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Awards All Around. Summer can be a slow time of year in the ham radio world. The contesters are in remission, preparing for battle in the fall. Hamfests are scarce, as cheap locations with air conditioning are hard to find; however, the ARRL -- and many others -- take this. Learn More. Learn More

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    04/21/2012 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: The First Contact -- Explaining the Excitement of Your First QSO. Experienced hams knew it all too well. Volunteer Examiners expect it. And for some reason, newly licensed hams fear it. What could it be? As the title suggests, completing your first contact is a daunting -- yet exciting ... Learn More

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    10/02/2015 | Pope Francis Visit Amateur Radio Special Events Log More Than 26,000 Contacts. Jim Nitzberg, WX3B, has reported that the recent multi-station special event operation logged more than 26,000 contacts. Learn More · Craig Fugate KK4INZ at WX4NHC.JPG ... Learn More

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    08/05/2009 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Awards All Around. Summer can be a slow time of year in the ham radio world. The contesters are in remission, preparing for battle in the fall. Hamfests are scarce, as cheap locations with air conditioning are hard to find; however, the ARRL -- and many others -- take this. Learn More ... Learn More

  • ARRL Announces New Youth Editor

    Oct 21, 2008 ... The ARRL has announced Duncan MacLachlan, KU0DM, of Prairie Village, Kansas, as the new Youth Editor and will write the Youth@HamRadio.Fun column. MacLachlan, 13, takes over from Andrea Hartlage, KG4IUM, as she continues her education at the Georgia Tech. Amateur Radio runs in the ... Learn More

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    Feature. 04/27/2013 | Youth@HamRadio.Fun: Dayton on Radar. One of the first things you learn in a southwestern state is to touch large metal objects often. If you don't, you'll find that your electronics will suffer. The dry air of New Mexico is no objection to this rule. Learn More · W6CSa.jpg ... Learn More