On the Air
Rob Zielfelder, N1NUG, explains how to get started with a couple of handheld radios and a directional antenna that you can make from inexpensive hardware store materials.
Steve Simons, W1SMS, shares his experiences as a Technical Coordinator for the Connecticut Section
Passing traffic is a ham radio activity that’s nearly as old as ham radio itself, and getting accurate messages to their destination in a timely manner takes training and skill.
Tune in to find out how, so you can make plans to operate from a Field Day GOTA Station on Field Day weekend, June 24 and 25
Seasoned VHF operator Bob Witte, KØNR, talks about how to prepare yourself and your station for joining in on the fun for next month's VHF Contest.
ARRL Director of Emergency Management, Josh Johnston, Ke5MHV, talks about the basics of the Incident Command System, how hams fit into it, and why it is important for hams to be trained in it.
Learn how to get up and running – literally -- in radio orienteering, also known as Amateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF), a type of radio sport that involves finding transmitters located on outdoor courses.
Get the basics on ARRL’s year-long Volunteers On the Air operating event from two of the hams who designed the event.
How hams across the US help bring ARRL programs and services to the community