STUDY RESOURCES - OPERATING AND PROCEDURES
  • Discover the magic of Ham Radio - Differences between HF, VHF and UHF,Propagation, Building a Station, About Transceivers, Meter Functions, Controls, Antennas, Standing Wave Ratio (SWR), Matching Networks, Feedlines, Safety, Grounding, RF Safety, Physical Safety, Get On The Air (PPT file, save to disk)

  • Operating and procedures - how to operate your station, phonetic alphabet, Q codes, tuneups, signal reporting, Morse code, logs. (PDF file, opens in a separate window)


  • Introduction to Amateur Satellites - how to work a satellite, what is needed to work a satellite, transceiver and antenna choices, tracking software, Doppler effect... (PDF file, opens in a separate window)


  • The Art and Skill of Radio Telegraphy - learning the Morse code foundations, accuracy and speed, straight key and paddle, learning methods, practice word lists and CW history. (PDF file, opens in a separate window)
Notice: Most of the resources on this page are hosted on remote servers. Most of them are copyrighted and may require a permission from the owner in order to use them other than for personal use. The majority of the materials comes from the Toronto Emergency Communications (EmComm) Group and is offered free of charge to all Radio Clubs, ARES Groups, and individuals in the interest of public safety and community service. Unless stated otherwise, this web page serves as a links database to the most valuable internet resources for ham radio enthusiasts.
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