Foundations of Amateur Radio — 110:

Foundations of Amateur Radio — 110:



July 15, 2017


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Our Amateur Licensing System is obsolete,
broken and in urgent need of review. This
week I take a long hard look at the
assumptions we’ve made about how our
licensing system currently works and how it
harks back to the 1970’s and spark-gap
transmitters. We can do better, we should do
better and to keep our hobby relevant and
alive, we must do better.

Foundations of Amateur Radio is a weekly
podcast about the thousand hobbies that make
up Ham Radio with participants across the
globe in all walks of life with many
different cultures, backgrounds and
experiences. Visit to
download your personal copy or subscribe via
iTunes by searching for my callsign, VK6FLAB.
Feel free to drop me a line and share your
thoughts, is the quickest
way to get in touch and if you feel so
inclined, a small donation goes a long way to
pay the costs associated with producing this

Foundations of Amateur Radio is the
continuation of the original “What use is an
F-call?” podcast (named after the Australian
introduction Amateur Foundation or F-call
License) which you can also find online at where you’ll
also find interviews with the FT5ZM and VK0EK
teams when they visited VK6.

I look forward to hearing you on air or
reading your feedback.

73 de Onno VK6FLAB

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