2021 - Feb HamCation JOTA Forum Webinar - This is the full presentation, in PDF.
Amateur radio provides an exciting and engaging introduction to a wide range of technologies with a STEM foundation. We provide
the fun of communicating with other Scouts, and the magic of long distance communication, even in remote areas without cell service.
We can help Scouts and leaders with amateur radio education, Scout advancement, and integrate amateur radio into scouting activities.
Our mission statement:
Radio Scouting, Inc., is the amateur radio station and club of the Boy Scouts of America, Central Florida Council. It shall be our
purpose to further the exchange of information and cooperation between the public and scouting, to promote radio knowledge, youth
activities, fraternalism, individual operating efficiency, and to conduct programs and activities as to advance the general interest and
welfare of Amateur Radio and Scouting in the community.
Radio Merit Badge
$100 College Scholarship 2020|
Join our club to help support youth, scouting and STEM education.
No dues. Remote volunteers can even help with youth events in your local area.
The more members we get the more grants and programs we can offer.
Membership is open to the public!
- ARDF Radio Direction Finding is a fun game where scouts search for hidden transmitters using various technology
- CW/MORSE Demonstration of a Morse key and learn how to do SOS and first name
- Lego Build Scouts create an object and use a radio to have a partner build a copy
- Battle Ship scouts use chess boards and CB radios to play a game of Battle Ship single or paired teams
- Mine Field scouts use a radio while blind-folded to get walking instructions on how to navigate an obstacle course
- JOTA/JOTI where a million scouts communicate with each other during the 3rd weekend of October via Ham Radio and the Internet
- Camp Station our council station wB4SA, is being built with assistance from LARA, OARC and the Lake County Sheriffs Department.
- Mobile Tower/Station we have a 60' mobile tower with HF, VHF and UHF radio capabilities, as well as MARINE, CB and WiFi transmitters.
If you are paid to do Scouting, you are called a Professional.
If you are not paid to do Scouting, you are called a Volunteer.
If you pay to do Scouting, you are called... A Scouter.
...It's just an hour a week...per scout.