Welcome to Ham Goodies

Ham Radio, or Amateur Radio is a communications and electronics hobby.  Whether you're a buyer or a maker - we have a bit of everything for not only the Shack, but a range of outdoor/portable kit, too.  From aerials to adapters, cables to controllers and sensors to SDR.  A number of products are made in-house, and we take pride in using not only the best quality materials but also the right materials - Amateur Radio is, traditionally, a technical hobby and this means that some of our products are building-blocks as part of a larger project - and others are ready to use "as is".

Ham Goodies offer a range of add-ons for your handheld/mobile radio plus HF aerial parts, baluns and a small range of Arduino/Raspberry Pi "tech".  We ship to the UK+Europe.

BRATS Rally - Chatham 25th February - We'll be exhibiting at the Victory Academy with a range of our products plus FREE DMR+FM programming, M6 handouts and more.  Cash/card payments accepted.

The Essex/South-East CodePlugs for the MD-2017/RT-82 (and MD-380) were updated on January 9th with the most recent "Contacts List" heard on the network.

Getting ready for /P?  Our 2m Slim-Jim Kit is great for hill-top FM working, and much better than a rubber-duck.  Works great when affixed to any non-metallic support.  Don't forget our Dipole Centre Kit which now includes end-insulators!

Programming a radio isn't too difficult, but if you're struggling, have a look at our video guide to using CHIRP


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Ham What?
Foundation Online by Essex HamIf you're interested in finding-out more about Ham Radio then our friends at Essex Ham have offer Foundation Online which lets you study for your Foundation Licence from the comfort of your own home/computer/tablet.  Foundation Online combines videos, presentations and a virtual classroom to help people of all ages to get started in amateur radio. Courses are FREE, but you'll still need to complete your practicals and sit an exam at a registered centre (usually on-demand at a local radio club).

Interested?  Amateur Radio isn't just about men in sheds and Morse Code, Hams are using Arduinos, Raspberry Pi's and open-source software to enhance their communication hobby.  See Essex Ham's What is Amateur Radio? page for an introduction to the hobby.

You'll find more updates and offers on our Twitter feed or see our Specials page for details of current offers.  We also send out an occasional e-mail newsletter - sign-up for an account and select "Yes" to be added to the mailing list.  Please note that prices of some items may fluctuate as we try to be as competitive as possible.

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