Ham radio operators need help when they’re first starting out. Our hobby is technical with a lot of experimentation and learning along the way — and with experience comes wisdom. These are five things I think all new ham radio operators need to know when they’re new to the hobby. Hopefully you find these amateur radio tips helpful. If so, please like and subscribe for more helpful ham radio videos in the future! #HamRadioBasics #HamRadio #AmateurRadio
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