Communications & Ham Radio Network

Ham radio will be a crucial communication tool, should cell towers and/or internet be unaccessible following a major disaster. Join our growing ham radio network and weekly check-in for ham radio operators in the 94010 zip code and local area. Both recently-licensed ham radio neighbors and more experienced residents are involved. Our goal is to have at least one ham radio operator in all neighborhoods. If you are interested in participating, or have any questions, please contact HNN via email.

If you have a license, please check in on Tuesday evenings at 19:30 local time at 147.525 Megahertz with a PL tone of 114.8 (BURLINGAME 1) in the simplex mode. (If for any reason this frequency becomes unavailable, please switch to the alternate frequency of 146.595 MHz, same mode and PL tone.)

In addition, the San Mateo County Sheriff's Office of Emergency Services holds a net every Tuesday at 20:00 on 146.865 (-) PL 114.8 and 146.925 (-) PL 114.8.

Ham It Up
Amateur Radio Licensing
Want to get your amateur radio Technician class license? The next study session and exam will be held on Saturday, May 7, 2016.
  • Time:  8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
  • Place: San Francisco

    Maxwell Tech Talk Room
    1300 Crittenden Ln.
    Mountain View, CA 94044
  • Cost: $30
  • Registration Form 
Please print the registration form and fill out the top half.  If for some reason you don’t have the sign-in form, they will be available at the class. This will speed up the paper work at the beginning of the session. This is going to be a large group, so please have the form filled out and completed payment with you when you sign in. If you can’t make it please let us know; the class usually fills and we have to turn people away, spots that we can re-use if we know.

The Fee is $30.00 for this session, pay at the session, cash or check. This covers the cost of the study materials and the FCC exam and license fee. Make checks payable to: Ross Peterson.

Bring the sign-in form and check or cash with you. Please don’t mail or fax them in.