Women in amateur radio
In amateur radio, a YL or Young Lady is a female operator of any age.
The first women to be licensed as radio amateurs in the United Kingdom were Barbara Dunn G6YL and Nelly Corry G2YL; both initially went on-air in the early 1930's. The Young Ladies' Radio League, a US-based group created expressly for women in amateur radio, was established in 1939 with membership both in North America and worldwide.
- PI4YLC Dutch YL Committee
- RZ9MYL Radioclub “Pulsar”
- The British Young Ladies Amateur Radio Association (BYLARA) was founded in April 1979 to further YL operating in Britain
- Young Ladies' Radio League (YLRL)
Asian YL Meeting
International YL Meeting
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