Getting on the Air – Ham Radio License Class – Now Forming

The Salvation Army together with the Mt. Diablo Amateur Radio Club will be holding a two-part seminar where you can develop your Amateur Radio License Getting on the Air skills. This is your next step after becoming licensed. The class will be located at Salvation Army, 3950 Clayton Rd, Concord from 7-9 p.m. on March 28 and April 4. This is a free class, however there is a $5 fee for covering materials needed. Registration is required and it’s not too late! To register email the Mt Diablo Amateur Radio Club at hamradioclass@gmail.com.

The Mt Diablo Amateur Radio Club was founded in 1946. Today it has over 300 members and is one of the largest amateur radio clubs in California. For more information on the Mt Diablo Amateur Radio Club, visit their website at MDARC.org.

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3 responses to “Getting on the Air – Ham Radio License Class – Now Forming

  1. This is really cool! Thanks for letting everyone know about this great opportunity. Ham radio groups are always looking to get more good people into the amateur radio world. Another great opportunity to earn your license – especially if you enjoy Sierra Nevada backcountry recreation – is the course that the Rubicon Trail Foundation puts on, including training specific to the Eldorado repeater system. This is from whom I earned my Technician’s License. More info can be found here: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/rubicon-trail/1185466-spring-ham-radio-class.html

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  2. This is great and people should learn this skill!

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  3. Ham radio clubs are always looking to train more people on radio communication and welcome them into the amateur radio hobby. Another great ham radio class (of which I am a proud graduate) is put on by the nonprofit organization Rubicon Trail Foundation. Theirs is a great class if your intended primary radio communications are for backcountry safety and want to use and understand the Sierra Nevada’s Rubicon Repeater system. Their class is free other than the $15 FCC license, and they offer terrific group-buy pricing on a couple different Yaesu radios through Ham Radio Outlet. Check it out: http://www.pirate4x4.com/forum/rubicon-trail/1185466-spring-ham-radio-class.html

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