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Date Category Description
 12/18/2013 ARRL
Ham Radio
Ham Radio - the Worlds Best Hobby
Ham Radio is the World's Best Hobby.
A memoir by Dave Bell, W6AQ
 1/2/2012 ARRL
General Information
ARRL Sections - Sacramento Valley
ARRL Sacramento Valley Section News.
 6/11/2008 Ham Radio
Welcome to The World of Ham Radio
Ham radio provides the broadest and most powerful wireless communications capability available to any private citizen anywhere in the world.

The ARRL is the national association for Amateur Radio in the USA. You too can become a member and communicate across the country, around the globe, or even with astronauts in space. To learn more, follow this link to ARRL as well as the three links at the bottom of the page.
 1/23/2008 ARRL
US Amateur Radio Licensing Practice Test
A new set of practice tests. Another way to practice.
 11/6/2005 ARRL
ARES Procedures
ARRLWeb: Field Services Forms
ARRL Field Services Forms:
Leadership Officials Requisition Form, Amateur Radio Placard, ARRL Radiogram form, FSD-3, FSD-23, FSD-85, FSD-96, FSD-98, FSD-125, FSD-156, FSD-157, FSD-182, FSD-183, FSD-187, FSD-210, FSD-212, FSD-218, FSD-220, FSD-244, FSD-255, SET Guidelines, EC SET Report, NM SET Report, EC Annual Report, Red Cross 2079-I, Affiliated Club Forms
 12/14/2003 ARRL
FCC Rules: Part 97 and other Rule Parts
Amateurs are most familiar with Part 97, officially called Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 97 (47 CFR Part 97). It is the body of rules which governs the Amateur Radio Service.
 12/14/2003 ARRL
Emergency Communications
Amateur Radio Public Service
Public service communication has been a traditional responsibility of the Amateur Radio Service since 1913. In today's Amateur Radio, disaster work is a highly organized and worthwhile part of day-to-day operation, implemented principally through the Amateur Radio Emergency Service (ARES) and the National Traffic System (NTS), both sponsored by ARRL. The Radio Amateur Civil Emergency Service (RACES), independent nets and other amateur public service groups are also a part of ARRL-recognized Amateur Radio public service efforts.
 12/14/2003 ARRL
National Traffic System Methods and Practices Guidelines
The working reference manual on Traffic Net and Message Handling Procedures in the NTS.
 12/14/2003 ARRL Field Services Forms
Links to:
ARRL Radiogram Form
Amateur Message Form
Emergency Reference Information Card
ARC Client Information and Release Form
 12/13/2003 ARRL
ARES Procedures
ARRL Public Service Communications Manual
This edition of the Public Service Communications Manual constitutes an overall source of basic information on the League's public service communications program.
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