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I am a radio ham, with both UK Full (M0XUA) and USA Amateur Extra (AE0BP) licences. I am a member of the NPIC (National Polytechnic Institute of Cambodia) Radio Club and STARS (South Tyneside Amateur Radio Society), and an honorary member of EARS (Essex Amateur Radio Society).  I am a member of the RSGB (Radio Society of Great Britain) and a Volunteer Examiner with the ARRL (American Amateur Radio League).

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There are, as yet, no licensing exams in Cambodia, so with fellow expat hams from NPIC and FEBC (Far East Broadcasting Company), I have been training Cambodian academics from NPIC to pass the ARRL (American Amateur Radio League) Technician & General exams, and so gain their Cambodian licenses.  Towards this end, in April 2018, I passed my Technician, General and Amateur Extra licence exams in a single sitting, and went on to become an ARRL Volunteer Examiner.

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Since returning to the UK in Dec 2018, I have joined the South Tyneside Amateur Radio Society, and with their help passed the RSGB Foundation, Intermediate and Full exams (the latter with Distinction).  I am now training candidates for the Foundation and Intermediate exams, plus associated practical assessments.

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