The "Ham Shack"


The "Ham Shack"

A spot for Amateur Radio Licenced providers can gather.

Members: 89
Latest Activity: May 17, 2013

Welcome to the "Ham Shack", Introduce Yourself!

Welcome to the "Ham Shack. A place where Ham licensed EMS providers or anyone interested in learning more about the hobby and how to become licensed can meet and share. "Ragchews" are encouraged!

Please take a moment to sign in and introduce yourself to the group -- including what department/agency you are from and what class FCC license you hold -- on the Comment Wall below. Also feel free to start a discussion in the group forum below about topics that are important to HAMs!


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Last reply by Peter Ackermann May 12, 2013.

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Old Radios and Restorations

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Comment Wall


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Comment by Eric Rinehart on October 29, 2010 at 2:27pm
Hi there. I'm Eric, I'm a volunteer EMT-B, close to getting IV cert. I have a Tech ticket and I just joined the local ARES group. Looking forward to learning about how our dept can interface with ARES in an emergency. My plans are to learn Morse, investigate packet radio, as well as update to General. KD0GPZ clear.
Comment by Robert McLaughlin on October 12, 2010 at 4:16pm
Greetings Everyone, Semi-Active Ham, working on EMT-IV at the moment, then on to paramedic.... been a first responder for a while, finally decided to get up and tie my medical interest more into what i do for a living.. I have my tech ticket at the moment, and am looking forward to the extra class SOON, but needed to get schooling over for the paramedic, then off to more studying for the "BIG" Ticket..... 73's KI4WKW
Comment by Robert on October 4, 2010 at 8:39pm
W6OGD EMT/EMS Chief in Los Angeles I am currently a tech but am working on my upgrade to General.
Comment by Vaughn luppnow on March 14, 2010 at 6:18pm
Greetings from South Africa
ILS medic (full time) and Radio Amateur when I get the time
73 de ZR2VL
Comment by Dolph Holmes on January 24, 2010 at 8:50am
Anyone going to be at EMS today March 6th?
Comment by Randy Degerman on January 24, 2010 at 12:59am
Hey Ham Shack gang guess what? I did yup yup. I am An /AE-xtra. Yes I did it. I passed. If I can boost your mind set. Yes you can do it too :). If you need support. I will try to help you too. GOD Blessings to you. 73's Ki6hnc/AE ,Randy <>/body>
Comment by Randy Degerman on January 5, 2010 at 11:50am
I know .52 is the national call freq. I just want you. To start to think :) We have been so Q (dead) around here lately. we need to listen to .52 and others. We still need to be prepared. Is There a national Emergergency frequ. for ham? Got ya :) 73's Ki6hnc Randy
Comment by Randall Nelson on January 5, 2010 at 9:31am
Long time everybody. I don't see the problem with having a "net" on 146.52. It is a calling frequency and it is calling a net. Besides with the lack of use of most of our frequencies, we need to start using them or we are going to lose them. Any activity is strongly encouraged.
73's AP0UP Randy
Comment by kevin badger on January 5, 2010 at 12:23am
Hello all. My callsign is N0UKM and have been licensed since sept 92. Even though I have moved back to Maine, I will not give up my N0 call. Retired last year after spending 28 years as a volunteer fire medic making all the way up to Chief of EMS and Special Operations. Just got an antenna for my mobile rig and currently getting it programmed for the freq's that are needed up here.
Comment by Dolph Holmes on January 4, 2010 at 7:49pm
Not a great idea since 52 is supposed to be a calling freq and that would
start a real freeforall!

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