Before you can get on the air, you need to be licensed and know the rules to operate legally.
Find a Class: Find a license class offered in your local area.
Take Practice Exams: Get a feel for how the exam is going to go and what you should really focus on while studying.
New Hams Info website – NewHams.info site. Its purpose is to provide training, information and general encouragement to new or prospective amateur radio operators (hams). Sort of a virtual “Elmer”, as we say. Experienced hams should find it interesting and useful as well.
Amateur radio – a 21st Century hobby
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.
Look Up A Newly Obtained or Current Amateur Radio License. The first place your new license will appear online, please check, Universal Licensing System.