Foundation exam passed at age 5 years and eleven months old
The Humber Fortress DX ARC is proud to Announce and congratulate its youngest new Member Miss Kayleigh Huntley,
on passing her Foundation exam at age 5 years and eleven months .
Also Passing their Exams today were:
and a big congratulations to Kevin Johnson M6OZY on passing his intermediate Exam Kevin had worked very hard for this pass today.
Full Write up will follow on the Candidates and their training that has taken place
Chair Humber Fortress DX A.R.C
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Amateur radio, so easy even a 5 year old can do it.
I am going to share this with friends who feel they can't pass the tech exam!
QUOTE=K6FRG;2516724]I am going to share this with friends who feel they can't pass the tech exam![/QUOTE]
Or even that "difficult", "impossible to pass" Extra exam! 73,Michelle
Congrats to the lil girl she did something cool...
i wish i could get my kids excited enuff to do radio P.............DREAMING !!!
Yeah yeah i know........ The world is changing ham radio ...taint... what it use to be...
And the world has changed as well... I guess but the bands are alive tons of hams to talk to and lots of cool new radio toys are here i only dreamed we would have back in the late 70's and 80's are here now.....
HUZZAH FOR NEW HAMS AND NEW RADIO TOYS!!!
I wasn't even literate enough to read the questions at 5 yrs old.
A quite exceptional well coached almost 6 year old
Originally Posted by KC0W
what is a foundation exam?
looks like its the UK equivalent to the US Tech license
The UK has three license classes: Foundation, Intermediate, and Advanced.
Originally Posted by AK4PX
Foundation class holders are limited to 10W, Intermediate class holders are limited to 50W, while Advanced class holders may use up to 400W, the max allowed in the UK. I don't know about the band limitations, or if there are any at all.
Just thought I'd help by adding some info.