These items are different from the usual reports of emergency communications. The first two are memories of family members who were hams, the third is a celebration of a club’s longevity……Dan
Sounding off as true listeners ham it up and tune in to a wave of nostalgia. Columnist reminisces about his father, who was an amateur radio operator.
Not for everyone. A visit to the family farm and the remains of a home-built tower triggers memories for letter to the editor writer. Back in the day, his two older brothers, Elliot and Tick, who were ham radio operators.
Radio club are on the airwaves for 65 years! The Ballymena (Northern Ireland) Amateur Radio Club has been transmitting since 1947 and last week they were officially recognised by Ballymena Borough Council for their 65 years of service to the community. What’s the first thing you notice in the picture below?