Thanks for the GREAT info. unfortunately i will be out of town in KY visiting family until sunday I will check out that club because i don't even know where to begin right now and don't have a clue as to what to buy for a beginner set up. I did buy an ARRL handbook (waiting for it) and i found a "HAM Radio for Dummies" book at Barnes and Noble that i'm reading now. Any suggestions for what equipment i could buy to get me up and running (not real expensive either like around $500) oh i also live in an apt so no 30 ft antennas LOL!
Thanks for the GREAT info also those sites are great!!
A LOT has changed, get the ARRL study guide, its the best on the market. Study up, test, key down.
I too was out for YEARS, didnt get sparked back into the hobby till I was 40. Seams like this is a hobby for the "older" people... Dohno. Its good to get kids involved, but doubtful they will stay involved.
Anyway, welcome back and get your test out the way...
If you seriously forgot everything then I suggest you re-read the technician class study guide just so you know the stuff
Originally Posted by [b