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Essex Ham is a virtual Amateur Radio club to assist would be Amateurs as well as those already licenced. I say virtual club but in fact they run events like a regular Monday night Net on GB3DA Danbury 2m repeater and also a number of field events throughout the year. I saw Essex Ham along with another club and Essex Repeater Group reviewed on TX Factor #9 and I haven’t looked back since. I was introduced to their online foundation course that gives great preparation for the real thing. When I took the actual Course and exam I was already geared up for what was about to happen so it had helped me immensely. They have a comprehensive website that would help anyone interested in Amateur Radio from anywhere in the country (Not just Essex) and a free membership
As stated above Essex Ham run an online foundation course. The course takes you on a journey through all of the modules within the Foundation Licence Now Book. At the end of each of these online modules you will get a few questions which are in a multi choice format, before moving on to the next module and so on until each and every module is covered. This course is particularly helpful if it’s completed JUST before you take your main club course, Remember that Foundation Online course is not the real thing, although you will be taught all of the knowledge you will need to get you through, your main exam and practical's must be performed at a main centre (like certain clubs). I can highly recommend taking the course to anybody that is ready to obtain their first licence within the Amateur Radio hobby. If you have any questions or require further details just contact either myself or Essex Ham, we’re both ready to help anyone just starting out on this great hobby.
Just passed? Essex Ham can help you there too. When you’ve just been awarded your Foundation licence and got your callsign, it can be difficult what to do next – how to get on-air and how to chat to others to get help and advice. On their pages, they try to outline the basics of what you need to know, and how to get on-air with other amateurs. There are so many aspects to the hobby that it’s impossible to cover all of the things that you can now do with your licence. Their guide is based on personal observations of what worked for them,but it may not be right for everyone… (Taken from Essex Ham Website) Well it works for me too so they’re obviously doing it right
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Essex Ham and TX Factor is what started me on my journey and I have Pete M0PSX to thank for that (See Bio on Homepage). Essex Ham organise field days for special days like St George’s Day, also run a regular Monday night net on GB3DA repeater in Danbury. The Monday night net is a great way for newly licenced amateurs to start communicating with a group of people all welcoming their participation, try it, you’ll like it. Use these links to get to the Essex Ham services, need to know anything? They’re there to help you from no experience to lot’s of experience an answer can always be found.
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Essex Ham is a virtual Amateur Radio club to assist would be Amateurs as well as those already licenced. I say virtual club but in fact they run events like a regular Monday night Net on GB3DA Danbury 2m repeater and also a number of field events throughout the year. I saw Essex Ham along with another club and Essex Repeater Group reviewed on TX Factor #9 and I haven’t looked back since. I was introduced to their online foundation course that gives great preparation for the real thing. When I took the actual Course and exam I was already geared up for what was about to happen so it had helped me immensely. They have a comprehensive website that would help anyone interested in Amateur Radio from anywhere in the country (Not just Essex) and a free membership
As stated above Essex Ham run an online foundation course. The course takes you on a journey through all of the modules within the Foundation Licence Now Book. At the end of each of these online modules you will get a few questions which are in a multi choice format, before moving on to the next module and so on until each and every module is covered. This course is particularly helpful if it’s completed JUST before you take your main club course, Remember that Foundation Online course is not the real thing, although you will be taught all of the knowledge you will need to get you through, your main exam and practical's must be performed at a main centre (like certain clubs). I can highly recommend taking the course to anybody that is ready to obtain their first licence within the Amateur Radio hobby. If you have any questions or require further details just contact either myself or Essex Ham, we’re both ready to help anyone just starting out on this great hobby.
Just passed? Essex Ham can help you there too. When you’ve just been awarded your Foundation licence and got your callsign, it can be difficult what to do next – how to get on-air and how to chat to others to get help and advice. On their pages, they try to outline the basics of what you need to know, and how to get on-air with other amateurs. There are so many aspects to the hobby that it’s impossible to cover all of the things that you can now do with your licence. Their guide is based on personal observations of what worked for them,but it may not be right for everyone… (Taken from Essex Ham Website) Well it works for me too so they’re obviously doing it right Essex Ham Essex Ham Hamtrain Hamtrain
Essex Ham and TX Factor is what started me on my journey and I have Pete M0PSX to thank for that (See Bio on Homepage). Essex Ham organise field days for special days like St George’s Day, also run a regular Monday night net on GB3DA repeater in Danbury. The Monday night net is a great way for newly licenced amateurs to start communicating with a group of people all welcoming their participation, try it, you’ll like it. Use these links to get to the Essex Ham services, need to know anything? They’re there to help you from no experience to lot’s of experience an answer can always be found.
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