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Test your Ham Radio Trivia Knowledge!

Anyone who's been a Ham for even a short period of time knows that Amateur radio is a rich and rewarding hobby with a fascinating history. Ham radio has been around since the very dawn of wireless communications and has continually progressed along the way. Whether it's old spark gap operations or satellites and computers, there has always been a strong association with amateur radio and new technology.

These pages contain some of the more interesting and sometimes remarkable facts about our hobby, how it got here and where it's going next. Why not try out a few questions and test your skill? You'll probably learn something that you didn't know before...

Ham Radio Trivia
Question 506
It is not necessary to be a licensed radio amateur to perform OO (Official Observer) duties, because the advisory notices are based on "monitoring only," and not 2-way communications.
  1.   True
  2.   False
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