Ham Radio Prep recently partnered with FliteTest in a video to promote the use of ham radio for high-powered hobby flights as well as the use of activities such as drones, technology, engineering and mathematics education.
There has been a lot of confusion as a result of the Federal Communications Commission’s publication on March 19 in the Federal Register that the agency will begin charging for amateur radio licenses and vanity call signs.
Our #1 mission here at Ham Radio Prep is to advance the art of amateur radio and to keep the history of it alive and thriving as well. We want to pave the way for an even brighter future for all of those interested in Ham Radio for many years to come!
Reminder: It is illegal to transmit on amateur radio frequencies without an FCC license. Always follow FCC regulations when operating on amateur radio.