Ham Radio operators

Thought I would check and see if there are any other Ham radio operators here on the forums.  If so, let me know.  Thanks.

Hello vinster,


May I know why you are looking for Ham radio operators?


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Cheers,


Yoginee

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Thought I would check and see if there are any other Ham radio operators here on the forums. If so, let me know. Thanks.
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Thailand isn't exactly ham radio mecka. There aren't that many truck drivers (or people af home) with a ham radio. In 2022 in Thailand people communicate online.

@vinster

Hi I am a Amateur radio operator for many years. I live in New Zealand at the moment but looking to moving to Thailand in the near future.

I will be in Thailand mid Oct to late Nov.

My callsign is *** and I am *** if you want to contact me

***

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Hello vinster,
May I know why you are looking for Ham radio operators?


Yoginee
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That's an easy one. Strange as it seems, it can be hard to find expat hams as local licenses aren't always easy to get.

Also, if I may offer a suggestion.

Giving your callsign releases a lot of personal information.

I only ever give G0 on the open forums.

That identifies origin, age, and type of license, but gives nothing else away.

Hi Fred,


I agree.  I just got my HS0 call.  Was hoping to find some other expat hams on the forums.

Hi Fred,
I agree. I just got my HS0 call. Was hoping to find some other expat hams on the forums.
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You just did 1f600.svg but I'm not active at the moment - not quite silent key, more resting

@Fred

Likewise here, Fred.

VE3--, not yet silent key :)

Thailand isn't exactly ham radio mecka. There aren't that many truck drivers (or people af home) with a ham radio. In 2022 in Thailand people communicate online.
-@Leeds forever!

I think you're confusing amateur radio operators (hams) with citizen band operators (CB'ers).


Thailand, in fact, ranks 4th in the world for amateur radio operators

Check out the Radio Society of Thailand.  and the ARRL, Thailand. 

QRZ,  Where are you living in Thailand.  I have been a ham there since 1980 first as HS1AMT and now as HS0ZDG.  I am normally in BKK every other month.  Do you attend RAST monthly meetings when they have them?  You should contact Tony HS0ZDX for expat info as he has lived and worked in BKK for 60 years or Champ E21eic.

73,

Karl, K4YT/Hs0ZDG

I have just applied for my reciprocal Thai call - doesn't seem to be a problem. Living in Chiang Rai.