Gordon West Radio School

Ham Radio Programming

 gets you on the air asap! STOP wading through that 84-page manual or through guides not written for the U.S. market. Let us know what you need programmed in your handheld amateur radio, and we'll do the work for you! We'll find your local repeaters for you, program your handheld, and return it to you within 3 business days by USPS Priority Mail. Click HERE to visit our website for detailed information on how to order. A complete list of the radios we program may be found by clicking HERE. Got a question? Call us at 909-241-7666 or send us an email at .

  

  

FCC Part 90 Certifications

  

Many radio amateurs across the country are members of RACES, ARES, DCS, the American Red Cross, the Salvation Army and other groups which support our emergency responders in the event of natural disasters, fires, floods, storms, and even acts of terrorism.  These "volunteer" responders often purchase FCC Part 90 Accepted land-mobile radios, which gives them the opportunity to monitor public service agencies in the event of local, regional, or national emergencies or take part in exercises with government-affiliated groups, such as MARS, the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary, or the Civil Air Patrol.

  

Recently, several inexpensive LMR handhelds and mobiles manufactured in China have been introduced to the American market.  Although these offerings are generally not as rugged as their commercial counterparts, such as Vertex, Motorola, Kenwood, Harris, and others, they are substantianly more affordable and thus, very attractive to hams like us.  Similarly, the question has arisen as to whether many of these Chinese products are really "FCC Part 90 Certified," as some claim to be.  That is, whether these radios meet or exceed the FCC's new standard for 12.5 Hz narrow band operation and 2.5 kHz steps for expanded frequency allocations.

  

As new "narrow band" products come to market, we will post for download the genuine FCC Part 90 Certificates here in the popular Adobe PDF file format, so that hams everywhere can be assured that their rigs are properly-approved for the outstanding emergency services to which they all contribute.

  

If you have any questions as to whether your own mobile or handheld radio is FCC Part 90 Certified, you can search your radio's unique FCC ID by entering it HERE.  The FCC ID may be found on a small sticker on the bottom of your mobile radio or inside the battery compartment of your handheld.

  

  • Click HERE to view / download the FCC Certificate for the Wouxun KG-UV6D Handheld.

  

  • Click HERE to view / download the FCC Certificate for the Wouxun KG-UV920PA mobile.

  

  • Click HERE to view / download the FCC Certificate for the Baofeng UV-5R handheld.

  

  • Click HERE to view / download the FCC Certificate for the Baofeng UV-3R handheld.

  

  • Click HERE to view / download the FCC Certificate for the AnyTone AT-5888UV mobile.

  

  

 Ham Radio Links

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