NET Amateur Radio
Click "Amateur Radio License: how to get it" below for details
PBEM has radios and other equipment for AROs to use under the "Radio Equipment Resources" link
To become a NET Amateur Radio Operator, know your RTL! "ARO Standards and Training" has details!
This section is intended as a resource for NET volunteers interested in becoming NET Amateur Radio Operators (AROs) and to provide resources for current NET AROs.
From the links below, you can:
- Learn why communications, and particularly amateur radio communications, are important for the NET program and disaster response
- Find a class to prepare you for the FCC Amateur Radio Technician exam, and where to take the exam itself
- Learn what training is needed to become a NET ARO, and how to get that training
Information about our partners with Multnomah County ARES
Courtesy of NET RTL John Beaston