If you have been experiencing RF interference there is a WMA resource available that’s ready to assist you. Each section has established an RF Interference investigative team that can
help identify and possibly remedy your problem.
To initiate your request for help you can simply send an e-mail to email@example.com with your contact information and a description of the problem and anything you may have already tried.
A member of the WMA RFI team will contact you with directions on how to initiate the formal request for assistance. This then may require several steps / tasks on
your part which provide us with essential information to guide further investigative processes. Additionally, helpful information can be found on our RFI Troubleshooting Guide online at:
If you’ve recently received a new license, or perhaps are returning to the hobby after some time, the ARRL has a new Podcast called “So Now What“ geared ‘just for you’. How cool is that?
If you don’t know what a Podcast is think of it as “radio on demand” giving you an opportunity to listen to broadcasts on your schedule. This new Podcast from ARRL will broadcast every other Thursday with the alternate weeks going to the “The Doctor is In“ broadcast. The “Doctor is In” is geared toward experienced amateurs but still is worth listening too as well.
The first “So Now What” broadcast on March 7th was an introduction to the presenters. The next one will be, you guessed it, March 21st and will journey deeper into knowledge benefiting all new hams to improve your enjoyment of the hobby.
Rather than repeat all the information about these broadcasts including where to listen to them please follow this link to the ARRL announcement. It should answer most, if not all, of your questions.
Feel free to post questions to this article here on the website or on HCRA’s Facebook page or email list. They’re all great places to receive answers to your questions from a great group of experienced amateurs.
“ARRL is launching a new bi-weekly podcast geared to those who are just getting started on their Amateur Radio adventure. Whether you’re new to the hobby or looking to get back on the air after an absence, we know that you’ve got lots of questions.”