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I agree with Larry and his idea would be much more helpful than spending days and days and still not find the answers that you're looking for. This is not in anyway,shape or form,serving the general public,this is a waste of my tax dollars.Can someone remind the FCC that this is the 21st Century and how to use the internet to their advantage,not for hiding stuff.
In 1992, after Hurricane Iki, 44 Ham Radio operators had to be flown into Kauai to assist authorities with Disaster Assistance operations and now it's clear why. This website makes it impossible for newcomers to get started in this field and most probably give up after viewing the tons of misdirected **** on this website. How is this website suppose to help people get started?
We wanted to start a Amateur Radio Club in my children's school and this FCC website has shattered their dreams.I have spent days on this site and still have not found any clear answers to any of my questions. Get rid of the freaks and bring in the geeks,make this site understandable and readable.Anonymous supported this idea ·
I totally agree with this thread. We need to encourage the general public to get involved in Amateur Radio but that will never be possible if the FCC continues to bury the information somewhere within their website. We are in a day and age where everyone uses computers and Iphones to obtain information and that information must be easy to get too. Not become a guessing game within the FCC website. Just tell us how and how much and where to go. Don't give us a lot of legal mumble jumble. With the current state of this website search engine, it appears to be worthless in any info about the who,what and why to the Amateur Radio process. In fact,this website appears to be a nightmare and is not even close to being user friendly in the 21st century. Is there a one year online course to understand your website,somehow I must of missed it?
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This is a good question. After one hour,I couldn't find the answer either. I guess I need to get another degree in maybe Law or become a rocket scientist and I might have a fair chance but my money is on the brainiac who built this mess. I guess it wasn't designed for the general public to understand and that's why Ham Radio is a dying art if you don't get fee to death beforehand.