Training, U.S. HAM Radio regulations, and Safety documents directly relating to Amateur Radio operations.
This part sets out the regulations under which an intentional, unintentional, or incidental radiator may be operated without an individual license.
The rules in this part are issued pursuant to the authority contained in Title III of the Communications Act of1934, as amended.
The purpose of this part is to provide guidance for the use of the radio spectrum in a period of war.
The station apparatus must be under the physical control of a person named in an amateur station license grant.
The rules and regulations in this part are designed to provide an amateur radio service having afundamental purpose as expressed in the following principles.
For the purpose of regulating interstate and foreign commerce in communication by wire andradio…
We have before us three petitions requesting changes to Section 97.119 of the Commission’s Rules, which governs amateur station identification.
This Order grants a request from the American Radio Relay League, Inc., (ARRL) for a temporary waiver to allow amateur stations to use additional emission types when transmitting voice or data ommunications.
How to develop a lightning protection plan.
This installment shows the type of protection to apply and how to design the protective installation.
How to develop a good external ground system to complete your station’s protection.
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