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Self-study manual, provides an introduction to Amateur Radio Emergency Communications.
Get on the air now! A guide to your first Amateur Radio station.
Join in the fun of homebrewing! Handle electronic components, circuit boards and try your hand at soldering.
A great “beginners” electronics kit!
An instructional ready resource designed to support lessons in wave fundamentals and modulation.
This portable two-channel digital storage oscilloscope is a handy and affordable for hobbyist and student!
The new USB Boe-Bot is a reprogrammable robot built on a high-quality brushed aluminum chassis.
Special Event Stations, DXCC Program, Operating Resources, Awards, International Operating, QSL Service, Operating Specialties, Contests, W1AW, Centennial QSO Party, Logbook of the World
FCC License Info and Forms, Volunteer Instructors/Mentors, College Students and Educators, Courses & Training, Getting Licensed, Amateur Radio in the Classroom, Volunteer Examiners, What is Ham Radio, Get on the Air
Join ARRL/Renew Membership, Member Directory, myARRL, Membership Certificate, Membership Levels, Member Discounts, Member Support
Federal, State and Local, Technical Relations Office, Volunteer Consulting Engineer Program, Volunteer Counsel Program, Antenna Regulation and Zoning, CCR Study Information, International, Federal RFI Preemption
Served Agencies and Partners, Public Service Honor Roll, ARES, Ham Aid, NTS, Public Service Resources
ARRL References, ARRL Lab, Radio Technology Topics, Radio Frequency Interference (RFI)
Donate to ARRL, Volunteer Opportunities, Recruiting & Outreach, The ARRL Foundation, Youth, Clubs, Hamfests and Conventions Calendar
ARRL Publication Dealers, ARRL Store, List all Products, Periodicals, Shipping, Product Notes, Customer Service/Support
ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio
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