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Old 09-06-2015, 08:08 AM   #11
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Location: Douglasville, GA
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Welcome to the forum. These guys will help you with anything you don't understand about ham radio. Congratulations on being a new ham. Don't stop with being a Tech. Get right on it and study for General and Extra. I got my tech in 1992 and got my General after the code requirement was dropped and got my Extra the month after the General. Should have got my ticket back in 1962 when I studied the Handbook and learned code but just got married and lost interest but continued with RC airplanes instead. Lots of good uses for a ham license. I am a VE here in the Atlanta area and assist in license classes and also in ARES and am a volunteer ham operator at a nearby hospital. In fact will be there today for the monthly Hospital Net (first Sunday of every month) at 3:00pm EDT on 7.185 if anyone can hear us with the lousy propagation.

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