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I completed technician license June 2020. more
I have used CB Radio back in 1980 though 1987 or so, but now I want to get my Ham Radio license and I think this is going to give me that Boost to get it done. more
I finally found the podcast I’ve been searching for! I learned so much more useful information in 10 minutes from this podcast than a hundred hours of listening to other HAM podcasts. more
This is another great addition to the variety of learning and information resources the ARRL has made available this year. Between the various magazines, newsletters and podcasts, there is something valuable for everyone.
New to ham radio. As usual, the old hams have to complain but offer no alternative . I happen to find this show extremely helpful. Keep up the good work!
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On the Air launched 2 years ago and published 26 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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