Utah Amateur Radio Club

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CityDateDay of
Contact PersonCallPhoneTo Sign Up
Go To:
Spanish Fork09-21-21TueDavid BecarKI6OSS   https://hamstudy.org/sessions/60df7d3ed450835c701b0c8d/1
(Part of Swap Meet)
Murray09-27-21MonGarth WiscombeW7PS (801) 558-5936 https://hamstudy.org/sessions/5ffe5c5d944df873e2d4aa6e/1
Logan10-07-21ThuRichard D. ElwoodKE7GYD (435) 770-7050 https://hamstudy.org/sessions/5fffbbcdb950ee6430c4afc0/1
Hurricane10-09-21SatGary ZabriskieN7ARE  https://www.dixieham.org/meetings.html
Scroll to “License Exams”
Provo10-14-21ThuSteve WhiteheadNV7V (801) 465-3983nv7vham@gmail.com
St. George10-20-21WedGary Zabriskie N7ARE https://www.dixieham.org/meetings.html
Scroll to “License Exams”
Logan11-20-21SatRichard D. ElwoodKE7GYD (435) 770-7050 https://hamstudy.org/sessions/5fffbbcdb950ee6430c4afc0/1
Murray10-27-21MonGarth WiscombeW7PS (801) 558-5936 https://hamstudy.org/sessions/5ffe5de5944df881f6d4ab04/1

Contact the contact person before a test session to verify time and location of a session, and whether space is still available for new applicants.


You Must be Registered With FCC Before the Test

Before you can take a licensing test, you must be registered with the FCC and have with you your “FCC Registration Number” or “FRN.” If you are taking your first license test, you will need to go on-line to the FCC's web site and have the FRN assigned to you. You will need to supply your social security number, mailing address, an e-maill address, and other information about yourself. The web site where you may register is: http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls. You be asked to choose a password which you will be able to use when you need to renew your license, update your mailing address, or change other information about yourself. (It would be wise to save your passwork in a place where you can find it in ten years when your next renewal comes up.)

If you already hold an amateur license, you are already registered and have an assigned FRN. If you have a printed copy of your license, the FRN will be there. Otherwise you can find it by looking yourself up by your callsign at: https://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/searchLicense.jsp.

If you have trouble, it may be helpful to read the detailed instructions available on the ARRL web site at http://www.arrl.org/universal-licensing-system.