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One of the fun parts of amateur radio is learning about the many fascinating and fun things you can do. Below are amateur radio operators that have offered to give presentations about particular amateur radio topics, and we invite you to reach out to them to learn how they can come present to your amateur radio club or other amateur radio event.

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Electronic logging tools

Maintaining paper logs is a great way to track your contacts, but if you’ve ever thought about using electronic logging tools, Steve KG5VK can offer details about various options, including how they work and pros and cons of each.

Contact Steve KG5VK at KG5VK@ARRL.NET

Tower climbing safety

Installing a tower to give some height to your amateur radio antennas can help with making those DX contacts, but it is important to keep safety in mind whenever climbing your tower. Steve KG5VK gives information about how to stay safe during your climbs.

Contact Steve KG5VK at KG5VK@ARRL.NET

Youth in Amateur Radio

Interested in encouraging youth to participate in amateur radio? Katherine KT5KMF has exciting details on how to get involved, get licensed, and start making contacts!

Contact Katherine KT5KMF at KT5KMF@ARRL.NET

National Traffic System and the Art of Traffic Handling

Do you know how to relay critical information during an emergency? Learn about the “relay” in American Radio Relay League from Aaron K8AMH, including a high level overview of how messages (traffic) move across the country and beyond, the radiogram format used, and how you can participate to practice and build this critical communications skill.

Contact Aaron K8AMH at K8AMH@ARRL.NET

Learning CW (Morse Code)

Join Ken KD2KW for a review of his experiences with learning Morse Code and how the teaching methods have changed for learning to use Morse Code. You’ll hear about practice methods to overcome the “threshold” in copy speed, a bit of history and motivation for using Morse Code, some QSO basics with preferred equipment, and available resources for learning and using Morse Code.

Contact Ken Mitchell KD2KW at

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