Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by W4IOA, Jun 13, 2021.
Maybe. But I’d prefer to recruit Amateur Radio Operators, not “H.A.M.S.”, whatever the blazes that alleged acronym is supposed to stand for. Or against.
Bringing all the HAMS to the yard, uh huh.
all hams are an acronym.
I didn't read all of it, but the linked article wasn't bad. It used the all-caps version of HAM exactly one time, in the caption to a picture, but it was otherwise written correctly. It wasn't written as H.A.M. or H.A.M.S.
I think maybe dropping the code requirement, publishing all of the test questions and answers, and developing a mode that uses radio to allow computers to communicate for you would bring in more.
It’s quantity, not quality, which pays the subscription fee at ARRL
Sadly, that is apparently true.
Its like armature radio
I thought it was rather well written presentation for the general public who really has no clue what amatuer radio is or does.
A kind of presentation that covers a lot of bases.
Lets not forget we need operators of all kinds and flavors. Just because you come in from one angle doesn't mean that where you will always be.