Welcome to HamRadioSchool.com!
We are an amateur radio introductory license preparation and education service dedicated to helping you develop the knowledge and skills you need to get on the air quickly, with competence and confidence.
The HamRadioSchool.com integrated learning system combines the best of proven traditional methods with new media to provide a learning experience like no other in amateur radio today! With our fully coordinated book, web media, and smart device apps, you will really understand ham radio. You will really get it! And when you really understand instead of just memorizing mind-numbing exam questions and answers, the license exam becomes incredibly easy. More importantly, you’ll truly have the knowledge and skills to get on the air after you ace your license exam.... Read More
Going Mobile -- install a station in your vehicle! (Part 1)
Posted by WØSTU on November 12, 2013 | Category: Feature Article
Going mobile. Yea, that’s a great idea! Installing a mobile station in an automobile is often the next step for many hams following the establishment of a home station or perhaps as the upgrade from an HT. A mobile installation greatly expands the utility of amateur radio and... Read More
Introduction to UHF/VHF FM Repeaters
Posted by WØSTU on December 17, 2013 | Category: Ham Radio 101
Operating on VHF/UHF FM repeaters is one of the most popular activities in amateur radio. For the new ham, repeater ops are often the first and most common on-air experiences, but accessing repeaters also represents a significant initial vexation for the new ham to overcome.... Read More
Technician License Question of the Week
Posted by WØSTU on February 4, 2014 | Category: Question Of The Week
Which of the following propagation types is most commonly associated with occasional strong over-the-horizon signals on the 10, 6, and 2 meter bands? This question on propagation provides four interesting response options, each genuinely related to matters of RF propagation... Read More
Is Alaska a Country?
Posted by KØNR on January 2, 2014 | Category: Shack Talk
Many radio hams exchange QSL cards to provide written confirmation of a radio contact. Some radio amateurs just like to collect the cards while others are working to achieve various operating awards... Read More