Are you new to Amateur Radio (Ham Radio) or are you interested in Amateur Radio? Do you need a little help to get your Amateur Radio License? Maybe you’d decided to go for that Extra Class License upgrade? Do you just want to learn more about Amateur Radio?
Getting On The Air
Maybe you have your license but not sure what kind of radio and antenna to get or how to install it? Are you building your first Amateur Radio station and want some help with your project?
Maybe you trying to figure out how to get you first antenna up? Do you need help get on the HF bands with your new General License?
Amateur Radio has always been a learning hobby. Mentoring or Elmering is a part of how more experienced HAMs share their knowledge with newer folks. Our website has Forums and Articles which provide help on a variety of topics of interest to new HAMs. You can view our Elmering Forum here and the Education and Training section of our Articles area here.
Nashua Area Radio Society Learning Resources
We’d like to help you with your projects and reaching your goals. We offer weekend License Training classes. Our classes help you learn about Amateur Radio and prepare you to earn you first (Technician) license or an upgrade to you General or Extra Class License.
Our Tech Night program provides training and discussions with experienced members on many topics of interest to folks who are new to Amateur Radio.
Maybe you like to build things? We hold regular kit building nights for folks who are makers.
Are you interested in space or other STEM topics? Check out the video above from our recent High-Altitude Balloon project. We used Amateur Radio technology as part of this project to track and gain atmospheric information from a balloon which traveled to the edge of space – an altitude of over 90,000 ft!
We have lots of activities for young people to learn about Amateur Radio and fun on the air.