Whether you enjoy writing software, getting hands-on with practical equipment, developing new technology or simply want to use what’s already there to communicate with others across the world, you’ll find all of this – and more – within amateur radio. It is also great fun.
Why not try it, click onto to the link below to go to WIA and find a Amateur Radio Club under Radio Clubs and hopefully their is one near you. https://www.wia.org.au/
I started originally from the old days on 11 metres, known as the CB Radio Band, I know quite a lot of Amateurs of today started there too. Well I found this video on the net and guess what, it’s all about CB Radios and probably a lot of us out there can relate to this video. Why did I put this on the listing to view, well anyone coming to our website and who doesn’t have a amateur licence could use this as a stepping stone into the hobby. I hope we can use this as an introduction from CB Radio towards Amateur Radio.
I hope you enjoy this video as there is some good reference material towards amateur radio.
I stumbled across an interview on the internet of one of SERG’s members that was done late last year and thought I would share it with you. Really inspiring about amateur radio and how you would do it back 40 plus years ago and to think how advanced the hobby is now. I hope you enjoy the interview, I did.