HOW DO I BECOME AN AMATEUR RADIO OPERATOR?

HOW DO I BECOME AN AMATEUR RADIO OPERATOR?

Periodically, courses for those wishing to earn their amateur radio licence are offered by local Amateur Radio Clubs or through board of education night school courses, although some individuals do study on their own. Before an amateur radio licence is issued by Industry Canada (formally Department of Communications), the prospective amateur must first pass a departmental exam. In most cases, these exams are administered by a member of a local radio club who is a department appointed “designated examiner”. The exam consists of multiple-choice questions about electronic theory, regulations, and operating procedures. It is no longer mandatory to pass a Morse code test to become a ham, however, amateurs are encouraged to become proficient in code and to take a code test.

How do I get an amateur radio license

 

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