Skip to content. About Us. Promoting amateur radio among citizens and organizing its practice in conformity with relevant laws. Collaborating with the concerned authorities for laying down rules relating to the issuing of licenses and permits for practicing amateur radio relevant instruments within the framework of the international agreements regulating the use of radio amateur frequencies. Establishing international human relations and friendships between radio amateurs in Kuwait and abroad in a manner introducing Kuwait and reflecting its development and rise. Organizing local and regional contests between radio amateurs and participating in international contests arranged in this field.
Benton Amateur Radio Society. We are a local group comprised of licensed amateur radio operators, also known as "hams". Amateur radio operators are licensed, private individuals that own and operate radio transmitters and receivers on frequencies allocated by the FCC. While there are many, many areas of interest in amateur radio, our group is primarily interested in helping the public through emergency operations and public service events. Check out our progress as we actively prepare for the Field Day exercise by clicking on the " Field Day" button on the menu at the top of this page.
This is a list of amateur radio organizations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Quarter Century Wireless Association - An organization of amateur radio operators first licensed 25 or more years ago Royal Naval Amateur Radio Society - a specialised group or club for amateur radio operators who have a link with maritime employment CWops - An international organization devoted to encouraging the use of Morse Code CW on the amateur radio bands. Waverley Amateur Radio Society Australia's oldest continuously licensed amateur radio club.