The ARRL has launched a survey of members asking about maybe asking the FCC for a new Entry Level License.
This show brings together a Pundit Panel of Podcasters (aka Herding Cats) to kick the ideas around. If Gary KN4AQ thought he had a plan for the show (and he sort of did), it fell before the onslaught of Neal Rapp WB9VPG (HamTalkLive), Sterling Coffey N0SSC and Marty Sullaway KC1CWF (PhasingLine Podcast), and co-host David Goldenberg W0DHG.
Many words… but probably still not the Last Word!
The survey is here: http://www.arrl.org/license-1
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