INDIAN INSTITUTE OF HAMS (IIH) was established as a registered trust in 1993 for promoting Amateur (HAM) Radio in India, has reached yet another milestone of completing 25 years of continuous service. IIH is founded by Dr. Sathyapal, VU2FI and Sri. R.J.Marcus VU2VTM
IIH is actively associated with Department of Youth Empowerment and Sports, Government of Karnataka having established Ham Radio Station and training centre at Kanteerava Outdoor Stadium, Kasturba Road, Bengaluru -560 001, India.
Indian Institute of Hams is affiliated to National Institute of Amateur Radio (NIAR), Hyderabad and Institutional Member, Amateur Radio Society of India (ARSI).
Since inception, IIH has made tremendous strides in awareness on amateur radio and increasing population of Hams by approximately 10000 hams in INDIA, with its members spread all over the world. From its early days, IIH was well recognized for its activities and received "RAJIV GANDHI AWARD" for two consecutive years in 1995 and 1996 for best promotion of ham radio activities in India, award was presented by Smt. Sonia Gandhi who is also a Ham with a call sign VU2SON.
Indian Institute of Hams (IIH) is getting ready for the ham radio communication through QO-100 satilite,
Indian Institute of Hams, is governed by eminent people/ HAMs from various walks of life. Bureaucrats, Engineers, Doctors, Businessmen, Agriculturists.
Sri K Srinivas IPS, Commissioner for Youth Empowerment and Sports, Government of Karnataka is the new IIH Hon. Chairman.
Repeaters in India.
The list of Repeater stations (VHF and UHF) in India is avialable here. Courtesy: NIAR/VU2JOS
Any payment to IIH can be made by Bank Transfer, Google Pay or Paytm. Remittance details.
Indian Institute of Hams,
SB account No. 1313 155 000 109701
The Karur Vysya Bank Ltd., ISRO Layout branch, BENGALURU
IFS CODE: KVBL0001313
or GOOGLE PAY or PayTM :
S.SATHYAPAL CELL: 94483 02677
Once remittance is made, please send your name, call sign, email id: to whatsapp: 94483 02677
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The Audio Tone emitted by the FOX during Foxhunt:
"India Disaster Management"at IEEE, Bengaluru section today was attend by Govt. Agencies, NGOs and IIH (Associated to IEEE, Karnataka). Purpose of the session is to explore how IEEE volunteers and existing disaster relief providers can work together to address technological gaps when disaster occurs. Invitees had opportunity to provide inputs and exchange ideas. A strategic discussion to understand the working and needs of disaster relief teams. Idea is IEEE MOVE community outreach is an IEEE Emergency relief program committed to assisting victims of Natural disasters with short term communications, computer and power solutions. Meeting was chaired by Senior Director - IEEE, Advancing Technology for Humanity, Ms Mary Ellen, Ditector, USA, Dr. Puneet, ISRO etc. IIH had opportunity to present Ham Radio network on crises management. Ham Communication Network provided during North Karnataka floods jointly with Postal Department was much appreciated. Meeting started at 10am and concluded with working lunch around 2pm.
AMATEUR RADIO DIRECTION FINDING (ARDF also known as radio orienteering, radio fox hunting and Radio Sport) is an amateur radio sport that combines radio direction finding with the map and compass skills of orienteering. ARDF event uses radio frequencies.
IIH is conducting the FOX HUNT 2019 on November 17,2019 in association with Deoartment of Youth empowerment and soprts, Government of Karnataka.
This is the SECOND TIME IIH is associating with Department of Youth Empowerment & Sports, Government of Karnataka will be associating. First Radio sport was flag off by Sri K.V.R.Tagore, IPS Commissioner of Youth Empowerment & Sports always the Founder Chairman, IIH in 2001.
Radio sports organised by IIH is to encourage youths of various educational institutions, new callsign holders, ham aspirants and ofcourse old timers. We miss older timer enthusiastic Ham OM Gururaj, VU2GUR.
ARDF the Fox Hunt Radio Sport was conducted exclusively for REVA UNIVERSITY 2018.
- About Ham Radio
- ASOC Examination Syllabus
- Ham Radio Operating Procedure & Indian Wireless Telegraphs Rules
- IIH Affiliation Form
- IIH Membership Form
- Application Form for the ASOC Examination
- Parental Certificate for the ASOC Examination
- Application Form for the Duplicate License
- Application Form for the License to Import Wireless Equipment(s) to India
- Application Form for the Renewal of License
- Interference Report Form
Getting a Ham License in India.
The Ham license is the key to get you on the air. Getting a license in India is not a difficult issue. You need to know the following topics:
Basics of electronics.
Rules and regulations specified by WPC. (You can download the rules and regulations here)
Send and receive messages using Morse code. [Optional]
Learning the morse code is not so difficult. IIH conducts classes periodically to teach you all of the above. Contact us to know when the classes for the next batch commences.
HamFestIndia 2018 souvenir has 23 articles on AmateurRadio concetps. It has 112 pages with many photgraphs, diagrams, charts etc., A book to be kept in your library.
HFI2018 Souvenir is available for online reading from your browser.