The Frederick Amateur Radio Club would love to help you get started on an exciting new adventure. Using the buttons below use the More Info button to learn what the process is to get licensed. For resources on learning how to study to get your license click on the Resources button. Once you are ready to take the test, you can take the test during one of our quarterly free testing sessions or you can typically find a few testing sessions with 50 miles every weekend. We can help you find a location to take your test. If you or someone you know (hint hint) are wanting to get your Amateur Radio license now is the time.More InfoResources
UPDATE: Gary (N3YGE) sent me a map with pictures of where the fox’s were hidden. I know a few of you wanted to know. It has been added to the bottom of this post.
We will have our spring Fox Hunt on Saturday May 15 at the Heritage Farm Park 9236 Devilbiss Bridge Rd in Walkersville. The rain date is Saturday May 22nd.
The hunt starts at 1 PM at the parking lot right behind the farmhouse on the left when you are entering the park.
If you are not familiar with a fox hunt…. Low power transmitters are hidden in a park or large area and people use radios to find the hidden transmitters.
For this activity you do not need a Ham Radio License because you are only receiving. This means this can be fun for the entire family.Read More