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Arjun Shastry
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Is there anybody who possess HAM radio?Many countries require you to take the exam,get the license and use it.Generally HAMS are used during disasters,natural calamities etc.
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If you have HAM radio,you can talk to anybody in the world who also possess HAM radio.


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Helen Thomas
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Originally posted by Arjun Shastry:

If you have HAM radio,you can talk to anybody in the world who also possess HAM radio.


very useful pre the mobile telephone. Actually still useful as you can use it anywhere in the world.


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