Amateur Radio New License Grants. Congratulations to all of the new HAM ticket holders! The following table contains a list of call signs that were granted to new amateur radio operators by Author: Jay Vicory. The ARRL Foundation provides grants to organizations that promote Amateur Radio and its activities, especially to young poeple. S pwecial emphasis is placed on introducing young people to electronics and helping them earn and FCC-issued Amateur Radio license.. Grant awards generally range from $250 to $2500 and are not renewable.
License Search Amateur License Search: License Search Home. Search Scope: Matches licenses with the following radio service codes: HA, HV. *Please be aware that some combinations of search criteria may result in a longer wait. Exact Matches Only: Amateur: Vanity Licenses Only. License Grants & Exams. Operation of an amateur station requires an amateur operator license grant from the FCC. Before receiving a license grant, you must pass an examination administered by a team of volunteer examiners (VEs). Jr. for a new Amateur Radio Service license should be granted.
Amateur Radio is regulated by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) under the Communications Act of 1934. It is also subject to numerous international agreements. All Amateur Radio operators must be licensed. In the U.S., there are three license classes. The higher the class of license, the more frequencies are available. This class of license was renamed Amateur Class in 1927 and then Amateur First Class in 1932. Amateur Radio licensing in the United States began in mid-December 1912. At first, the Amateur Second Grade license required the applicant to certify that he or she was unable to appear at a field office but was nevertheless qualified to operate a station.