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You’ve probably seen HAM radio operators working at many of our races. Since it is beneficial for the running community, many SURF members have obtained their HAM licenses, as well. If you are interested in pursuing a HAM license, Rob Freeburn, who coordinated the HAM operators for this year’s SD 100, is holding full day workshops on July 27, October 26, and December 7. The July workshop will be in Rancho Penasquitos. Other locations are TBD.
For more information on any of these workshops, you can contact Rob directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you cannot dedicate a full day, but are still interested in pursuing your license, Rob has provided the following study suggestions:
Purchase a study guide at Ham Radio Outlet (on Clairemont Mesa Blvd) or from Amazon.
Test your knowledge and find your weak spots using on-line quizzes:
qrz.com, ah0a.org, aa9pw.com
BE SURE THAT YOU STUDY THE QUESTION POOL LABELED 2018-2022. THERE ARE OLD COPIES OF THE 2014-2018 QUESTION POOL IN CIRCULATION, BUT THAT QUESTION POOL IS NO LONGER IN EFFECT. THIS CLASS AND EXAM USE THE 2018-2022 POOL. THE CUTOVER DATE WAS JULY 1, 2018.
Here is a link to exam schedules at test-only locations:
North Park, El Cajon, Bonita, Escondido
Saturday morning at 0900, rotating location, cost free:
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