ARRL

  • ARES

    Every licensed amateur, regardless of membership in ARRL or any other local or national organization is eligible to apply for membership in ARES. Training ... Learn More

  • Volunteer Examiners

    Information about amateur licensing: examination requirements, scheduled exam sessions, renewals, FCC and NCVEC forms, vanity call signs, volunteer ... Learn More

  • The Amateur Amateur: Radiomobile

    11/17/2008. If you've read my earlier columns, you know that I'm part of an ARES ® team. And while I've yet to go on an emergency deployment, I've hauled my ... Learn More

  • Getting Licensed

    The license gives access to all Amateur Radio frequencies above 30 megahertz, allowing these licensees the ability to communicate locally and most often ... Learn More

  • Find an Amateur Radio License Exam in Your Area

    Find an Amateur Radio License Exam in Your Area. OPTIMIZE YOUR SEARCH: Less information entered in the search fields will return more information in the ... Learn More

  • Part 97 - Amateur Radio

    PART 97—Amateur Radio Service. The Electronic Code of Federal Regulations ( e-CFR) is a regularly updated, editorial compilation of C.F.R. material and ... Learn More

  • Ham Radio Licenses

    All Amateur Radio operators must be licensed. In the U.S., there are three license classes. The higher the class of license, the more frequencies are available. Learn More

  • Question Pools

    In the US, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) offers three Amateur Radio license levels or license classes; Technician class license, General class ... Learn More