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Radio Merit Badge Module 3 SLIDE 1 1

Radio Merit Badge Module 3 SLIDE 1 1

Req. 9. a. (6): 10 -Minute Real or Simulated Contact PREPARATION _ • Use

Req. 9. a. (6): 10 -Minute Real or Simulated Contact PREPARATION _ • Use the K 2 BSA Operating Card • Listen and call another ham radio station • Talk with the other radio station operator – – – 7/24/17 oe Scou t Relax and. Jhave fun H Joaerr. Sy c. Hoaumt Give FIRST name ONLY Tell where you live Describe your school Talk about Scouting 15: 50 16: 10 16: 00 16: 12 14. 275 14. 310 SSB W 1 AW K 2 MHE 59 58 57 59 ARRL H eadqua Albany, rters Sta tion! New Yor k • Use Q-signals Contact! • Log your contact on card • Be prepared to talk about it when you return! SLIDE 2 10 14 13 12 11 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3

Q-Signals Req. 9. a. (3): Q-signals and Terms QRP QTH QRN QRM QSL SLIDE

Q-Signals Req. 9. a. (3): Q-signals and Terms QRP QTH QRN QRM QSL SLIDE 3 12 6 5 4 3

Req. 7: Visit a radio installation Radio Station Visit: What did you see? •

Req. 7: Visit a radio installation Radio Station Visit: What did you see? • What is the purpose of the Radio Station? • What equipment did you see? • How was the equipment used? • What types of licenses are required to use the and maintain the equipment? SLIDE 4 1

Req. 9. a. (1): Amateur Radio Service AMATEUR RADIO SERVICE SLIDE 5 12 5

Req. 9. a. (1): Amateur Radio Service AMATEUR RADIO SERVICE SLIDE 5 12 5 4 3

Req. 9. a. (1): Amateur Radio Fun! Moonbounce Slow Scan Earth-Moon-Earth Television (EME) Bicycle

Req. 9. a. (1): Amateur Radio Fun! Moonbounce Slow Scan Earth-Moon-Earth Television (EME) Bicycle Mobile Moon SOTAAmateur Radio Direction Finding (ARDF) “Foxhunting” Basic Operating Digital SLIDE 6 7284 5936 11 10 13 1 12

Req. 9. a. (5): Types of Equipment TYPES OF HAM RADIO EQUIPMENT Base Station

Req. 9. a. (5): Types of Equipment TYPES OF HAM RADIO EQUIPMENT Base Station Transceiver Mobile. Transceiver H-T Station) Ham Shack (Base SLIDE 7 12 6 5 4 3

Repeaters Req. 9. a. (5): Repeaters SLIDE 8 1

Repeaters Req. 9. a. (5): Repeaters SLIDE 8 1

Req. 9. a. (4): Emergency Calls “BREAK-BREAK” y c n e g “MAYDAY!” r

Req. 9. a. (4): Emergency Calls “BREAK-BREAK” y c n e g “MAYDAY!” r s. S S me. O l l a E “EMERGENCY !” C SLIDE 9 12 6 5 4 3

C Req. 6: Electrical Safety Can electrocute 20 adults 12 0 vo lt s

C Req. 6: Electrical Safety Can electrocute 20 adults 12 0 vo lt s A 1000 m. A Safety! 15, 000 m. A 50 m. A 15 -20 m. A Heart convulsions usually fatal Painful shock – inability to let go 0 -5 m. A Safe values 0 -1 m. A No sensation SLIDE 10 10 192 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Electrical Safety Rules! SLIDE 11 12 9 8 7 6 5 4

Req. 6: Electrical Safety Rules! SLIDE 11 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Electrical Grounding Safety 120/ 240 v Ham Shack Grounding Earth Grounds SLIDE

Req. 6: Electrical Grounding Safety 120/ 240 v Ham Shack Grounding Earth Grounds SLIDE 12 13 12 11 10 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Electrical Safety Rules SLIDE 13 12

Req. 6: Electrical Safety Rules SLIDE 13 12

Req. 6: Safety in the Radio Shack SLIDE 14 12 9 8 7 6

Req. 6: Safety in the Radio Shack SLIDE 14 12 9 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Electrical Cord Safety SLIDE 15 1

Req. 6: Electrical Cord Safety SLIDE 15 1

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection Lightning Stroke Density 30+ 20 16 14 12 8

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection Lightning Stroke Density 30+ 20 16 14 12 8 6 4 2 1 0. 5 0. 1 SLIDE 16 12

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection SLIDE 17 192 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection SLIDE 17 192 8 7 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection SLIDE 18 12 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Safety Lightning Protection SLIDE 18 12 6 5 4 3

Req. 6: Direct Current Safety SLIDE 19 14 3 2

Req. 6: Direct Current Safety SLIDE 19 14 3 2

Req 8: Technical Radio Careers In Radio Technical Opportunities Electronics Technician Design Engineer Design

Req 8: Technical Radio Careers In Radio Technical Opportunities Electronics Technician Design Engineer Design Technician Radio Station Engineers SLIDE 20 45 3 2 1

Req 8: Broadcasting Careers In Radio Broadcasting Announcers and Radio/TV Personalities Program Directors Program

Req 8: Broadcasting Careers In Radio Broadcasting Announcers and Radio/TV Personalities Program Directors Program Writers Station Managers SLIDE 21 15 4 3 2

Req 8: Radio Operator Careers In Radio Operating SLIDE 22 3 12 4 5

Req 8: Radio Operator Careers In Radio Operating SLIDE 22 3 12 4 5

Req 8: Education for Radio Careers BOAT OPERATORS CERTIFICATION Careers In Radio Education Careers

Req 8: Education for Radio Careers BOAT OPERATORS CERTIFICATION Careers In Radio Education Careers and Experience Joseph B. Scout Middletown High School 26 th Peter J. Smith Principal May 2020 Mary Johnson Dean of Academics SLIDE 23 156 4 3 2

Req. 9. a. (2): Amateur Radio License Differences Extra 3 General 2 Technician 1

Req. 9. a. (2): Amateur Radio License Differences Extra 3 General 2 Technician 1 SLIDE 24 12 5 4 3

Radio Merit Badge SLIDE 25 1

Radio Merit Badge SLIDE 25 1