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Ham radio operators have several different frequency bands
set aside for their use.These bands range from just above
the AM broadcast band through the shortwave band and into
the VHF, UHF, and microwave frequencies. This depends on the
class license you get.
All the ham stations in Japan let you operate on the 144
to 146 MHz and 430 to 440 MHz band. 144MHz and 430 MHz is
the most popular ham radio band. Depending on your local
terrain, this works out to about 50 to 100km from your location.
However, Hams have developed some ingenious ways to extend
this range. So we move from our home to top of high mountains
and hills where the radio wave is much greater than from
the ground. For instance, it's not uncommon for a handy
two-meter transceiver to be able to communicate over a
radius of a couple of hundred kilometres or more. Besides,
just like the 50MHz band, the 144MHz range opens several
times especially each summer season for communications over
ranges of hundreds or even thousands of kilometers away
through a phenomenon that is known as Tropospheric ducting,
Sporadic E, and Meteor Scatterradio-duct propagation.
Generally ham likes to exchange QSL cards with each other
after a good contact, especially when the other station is
in another place or another country.It's a good chance to make
many friends who are not only a domestic person but also
in all over the world. That's why ham radio is like an
international associasion that exceeds the barriers of
nationality, race, age, sex, and class. Whenever you take
to the air as a ham, you never know who you might find to
talk to. It might be an old friend you've known for years.
It might be a new friend you haven't met before.How great the
amateur radio is! OK! Anyway, first of all, Let's enjoy your
ham life with KIMAGURE feeling



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