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Licensing Information for Non-Hams


In order to be a ham radio operator everyone needs to get licensed and there are many ways to do it.  Right now, since we are all socially distancing there are no in-person testing sessions taking place.  However remote testing is possible and this page will contain a list as we find out where they are.

HamStudy.org  - HamStudy.org is sponsored by Icom and allows you to study for your license.  You can take your test remotely and the cost is extremely low (5$ USD).

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GBARC Repeaters

VHF Repeater WA1RJI
Receive: 146.445 MHz
Transmit: 147.445 MHz
(+1MHz offset)
CTCSS Tone: 77Hz

UHF Repeater N1KGN
Receive: 441.700 MHz
Transmit: 446.700 MHz
(+5MHz offset)
CTCSS Tone: 77Hz

Echolink Node:
441700