In a typical engineering discipline, one spends four (or more commonly, five) years in classes learning more math, science, circuit analysis and classroom topics than you could ever fathom to understand.
Excellent article on how amateur radio can sometimes get you the job of your dreams. Thanks to his hard work and knowledge of amateur radio, Sterling Coffey (N0SSC), the ARRL Youth Editor, was able to secure an internship at the Very Large Array (VLA) in New Mexico. Coffey says the job really isn’t work–it’s fun. Imagine using all of that state of the art test equipment and those large deep space parabolic dishes. I’m jealous. Aloha de KH6JRM.
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