Due to Covid-19 we have cancelled our meetings and testing until further notice.
We will post on this web page when we will resume the schedule.
In the meantime, if you have a 3D printer and/or Laser Cutter, contact us to help with printing Face Shields for local Medical Facilities.
If you want to learn Morse code and you don’t have a teacher, you’d probably just head over to a website or download a phone app. Before that, you probably bought a cassette tape or a phonograph record. But how did you learn Morse if you didn’t have any of that and didn’t know anyone who could send you practice? Sure, you could listen to the radio, but in 1939 that might be difficult, especially to find people sending slow enough for you to copy.
In no particular order, here are the number of exam sessions our VE team members have attended:
|WD0DXD||Allen D Harpham||27|
|KW0G||Ken L Gompert||8|
|KD0JCP||Bradley D Harpham||9|
|KD0RLZ||Randall M Datus||14|
|KC0WA||John W Wood||18|
|KB0ZOM||Benjamin A Schudel||4|
|K0MZV||C S Meyer||9|
We are making a difference folks! If I have time in the future I will go through our records and give you totals of actual tests given and how many of each license we have been a part of passing for folks.
The Amateur Radio Association of Nebraska is a group of dedicated volunteer amateur radio enthusiasts located in central and south central Nebraska. Volunteer amateur radio operators help their communities through community events, disaster response, and various programs.