Tom Bremer | AC9LG

Treasurer

Extra Class

Joseph Kasper | KD9DFB

Secretary

General Class

Paul Brooten | KB9TYC

Vice President

General Class / Repeater  / EC

Mike Anderson | KC9JIK

President

General Class / Net Manager / SkyWarn

Club Members

Extra Class

David ThompsonKV9J
Extra Class

Rob FunckAC9RA
Extra Class

Eugene HagedornW9EEH
Extra Class

Fred AndersonAB9LV
Extra Class

Greg HammerelW9GDH
Extra Class

General Class

Edward WeberW9ABA
General Class / Packet / APRS

Michael ShelbyK9MLS
General Class

Marv AndersonKC9IRT
General Class

Dustin SchellKD9FAX
General Class

Mario RolonKD9MAR
General Class

Technician Class

Mark KleinKD9FHC
Technician Class

Duana BremerKC9UVK
Technician Class

Blake ByrdKD9HDR
Technician Class / Repeater

Cecilia Shelby Vazquez – Associate
Associate Member

  • The entry-level license, known as Technician Class, is awarded after an applicant successfully completes a 35-question multiple choice written examination. The license grants full operating privileges on all amateur bands above 30 MHz and limited privileges in portions of the high frequency (HF) bands.
  • The next level, known as General Class, requires passage of the Technician test, as well as a 35-question multiple-choice General exam. General class licensees are granted privileges on portions of all amateur bands, and have access to over 83% of all amateur HF bandwidth. However some band segments often used for long distance contacts are not included.
  • The top US license class is Amateur Extra Class. This license requires the same tests as General plus a 50-question multiple-choice theory exam. Those with Amateur Extra licenses are granted all privileges on all US amateur bands.

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