Mr. David Newman, NE9H - advisor
Ida Crown Amateur Radio Club is licensed by the FCC as KD9EUS. The club operates its own amateur radio station capable of worldwide communications. We offer training, so students can earn their own license. We will also provide hands-on activities to enhance learned radio/electronics concepts and to make it a fun experience. For many, amateur radio offers a lifelong hobby and a vehicle for unlimited learning.
Mike Dinelli, N9BOR
Technician Class 2018-2022: Pass Your Amateur Radio Technician Class Test - The Easy Way (EasyWayHamBooks) 2nd Edition By Craig "Buck," K4IA
- Reading for April 1, 2020 - to page 99.
- Reading for March 18, 2020 - to page 69.
- Reading for March 11, 2020 - to page 49.
- Reading for January 29, 2020 - to page 41
- Reading for January 15, 2020 - to page 31
- Reading for January 8, 2020 - to page 24.
- AM Broadcast Station Search (FCC)
- Frequency Band Chart
- QRZ.COM - Look up hams by callsign, name or location
- K9YA Telegraph - Free, monthly ham radio eZine
- Welcome to Amateur Radio—A Guide for Newcomers (The Radio Amateur Society of Australia, Inc.)
- School Club Roundup - February 10 thru 14, 2020
Simplex vs. Repeaters
- 5 Creepiest Numbers Stations Ever Recorded
- AM Radio History
- Radio Propagation 101
- What is Ham Radio?