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11-18-2010 05:51 PM
steel
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Originally Posted by ffiill View Post
Here in UK three levels same as in US-however you are only allowed to operate at sea on full licence.Just been reading up on this for whats called in UK intermediate licence.
When you're in international waters, does it even matter?
11-12-2010 07:51 AM
SVAuspicious From qrz.com it looks like KA9GAT hasn't been reissued. If you pass the tests again you can apply under the vanity call program to get your old call back. I think there is a small fee.

The tests aren't hard.
11-11-2010 10:09 PM
Stuff4Toys Just a quick question:

Had my Tech licence KA9GAT but dropped it waaaaaay back in 1985. Can I get my licence re-instated? Keep the same old call letters? Used to be active in MARS, teletype, HF and 2 meters.
11-11-2010 07:46 PM
Silverstreak01 Does anyone know of a net for us old salts??

73 KD4LZL
11-11-2010 04:03 PM
rikhall Killarny Sailor

Congratulations. You will have a lot of fun with it.

73 de VE9RIK
11-11-2010 12:48 PM
carl762 Congratulations.

I started studying for the Tech license, stopped, now have to start all over again. Need to find my Gordon West book. Now that I have a boat, I definitely want to be able to use my Icom T90A HT.
11-11-2010 11:28 AM
jephotog I used this to learn morse code.

PilotMorse Morse Code Tutor for Aviation

Or you can get the 5x5 software to study for the Ham for $30 and get the morse software for free. I have used this software to pass a number of tests.
11-11-2010 10:36 AM
Boasun Gesh! All I have is a GMDSS license...
But can I use that on Ham freqs??
11-11-2010 09:13 AM
svTrekka Congratulation from KF5DIU…
09-19-2010 06:31 PM
jackdale
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Originally Posted by F4d3d View Post
Congratulations.

I'm interested in becoming a HAM operator - what time commitment was involved to properly prepare for the exam? Did you write the Canadian exam or the American one? Do you have any other information that I might find useful in deciding if I should take the plunge?
In Calgary, you can contact the Calgary Amateur Radio Association (Welcome to CARA)

To assist in studying for the Canadian test, Industry Canada has an exam bank:
Spectrum Management and Telecommunications - Amateur Radio Exam Generator
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