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[How-To] Set Up a Ham Radio Shack with $1,000

Susquash

Master Class
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My uncle was a HAM radio operator for 40 years. In the last few years the advance in radios makes it much easier and cheaper to become a licensed operator. A friend of mine had a multi-band hand held radio and that coupled with being able to bounce off local towers and systems allowed him to talk to almost anywhere.
 

Annihilator

SAINT
Founding Member
That would be awesome to get a ham radio for the house and tower in the yard.
Actually you don't need a tower, the handheld is for the 2-meter band, great for local repeaters, on the HF radio, with some of todays radios, all you need is a end-fed antenna and your all set, here is a graph on the privileges from the ARRL and the classes of licenses you can get.

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Some good information on setting up a Ham radio shack for $1,000.00. But don't forget, you need a license to operate on any ham radio, if not, the fines can be very steep if caught.

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Wish I could have done it that cheaply but bought more and more equipment over the years as I progressed, much like my firearms habit. The more capable and powerful they are, the more they cost! :)
 
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