Here at NewHams.info we don’t pretend to be the ultimate authority or only game in town. While we may have a lock on this website domain name, there are other truly useful and interesting sources with good information for new or prospective ham radio operators and we want to share some of these with you here.
The ARRL produces an audio podcast entitled So Now What? It is a “bi-weekly podcast geared to those who are just getting started on their Amateur Radio adventure. Whether you’re new to the hobby or looking to get back on the air after an absence, we know that you’ve got lots of questions.”
You can access and/or subscribe on Apple and Android to listen in with mobile phones or you can link to a web stream via Blubrry here.
A page on N0JI’s website is entitled, For New Hams. It has quite a bit of detail; topics include:
- First steps
- Making contact
- Service and groups
- Just curious
- Above and beyond
eHam.net has an informational page: Guide to Amateur Radio for New Hams.
St Louis radio club web page: New Ham Radio User Portal.
Great website with tons of educational material, Ham Radio School: Basics
HRS also has a topic, I Got My License, Now What?
As other related new ham resources come to our attention we will update this post to add links.
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This inspired our next ADRN HAM monthly meeting topic – “There’s a Ham App/Program/Web Site for That!!”
where everyone can bring their favorite. The NewHams.info blog should be on all their lists!