According to U.S. numbers more than 30,000 people entered the American amateur radio service in 2009. This is nearly double the number who got their tickets in 2005 when only 16,000 newcomers joined. Overall, more than 122,000 Americans became hams in the last five years. As reported in CQ Magazine: “Not bad for a hobby that some of us continue to insist is dying.”
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