No-Nonsense General Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2015 and June 2019

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Dan Romanchik, KB6NU #ad - No-Nonsense General Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2015 and June 2019 #ad - The no-nonsense series of amateur radio license study guides has become famous for helping people pass the tests. This study guide covers every single question that you'll find on the test and includes the following chapters:•Electrical Principles•Circuit Components•Practical Circuits•Signals and Emissions•Antennas and Feedlines•Radio Wave Propagation•Amateur Radio Practices•Operating Procedures•Electrical and RF Safety•Commission's Rules.

Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will help you upgrade to General Class in no time.

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No Nonsense Extra Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2016 and June 2020

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Dan Romanchik KB6NU #ad - It really got me through some of the tougher chapters. Laura, kd2apu"after being a tech for 19 years, I decided it was time to upgrade. Kb6nu's no nonsense series of amateur radio license study guides has become famous for helping people pass the tests. I bought the kindle version of your extra Class study guide and was amazed that it said in a couple of pages what the ARRL guide says in a couple of chapters.

No Nonsense Extra Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2016 and June 2020 #ad - Written in a simple, easy to understand style, this study guide will help you upgrade to Extra in no time. Thanks!" --brian, N1ZZD. Here's what others have had to say:"I passed the Extra! Thank you so much.

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No Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2018 and June 2022

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#ad - Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will get you on the air in no time. You can, too. Thousands of amateur radio operators have used the No-Nonsense study guides to get into amateur radio. Updated to cover the 2018 question pool!learn everything you need to know to get your Technician Class amateur radio license.

No Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide: for tests given between July 2018 and June 2022 #ad - It covers every single question in the question pool in a "no nonsense" easy to understand style.

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The ARRL General Class License Manual

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ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - All you need to pass your general class Exam!The General Class license is the second of three US Amateur Radio licenses. As you complete each chapter of this book, use ARRL's online Exam Review for Ham Radio to help prepare you for exam day. Upgrading to a general license--which conveys extensive HF privileges—only requires passing a written examination.

Every page presents information you will need to pass the exam and become an effective operator. Today, with more than 161, 000 members, ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the world. To upgrade to general class, you must already hold a Technician Class license or have recently passed the Technician license exam.

The ARRL General Class License Manual #ad - You won't have any surprises on exam day!about arrl: founded in 1914 by Hiram Percy Maxim, ARRL American Radio Relay League is the national association for Amateur Radio in the US. You'll cover small sections at a time:procedures and practicesRules and RegulationsComponents and CircuitsRadio Signals and EquipmentDigital ModesAntennasPropagationElectrical and RF SafetyAt the end of the book, you'll find the entire General Question Pool.

New feature: Online Review and Practice Exams. Once you've finished this book, use the online service to take practice exams with the same number and variety of questions that you'll encounter on exam day. This web-based service uses the question pool to construct chapter-by-chapter reviews.

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The ARRL Operating Manual for Radio Amateurs; Volumes 1 & 2

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ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - Theyare happy to share what they have learned so that you can get involved too. Volume 1: basic station and operating techniquesassembling a stationbasic operating procedureshf digital communicationsvhf/uhf fm, repeaters, digital Voice and DataVHF/UHF Beyond FM and RepeatersAmateur SatellitesImage CommunicationsPortable and Mobile OperationVolume 2: Radio Clubs and Public ServiceGroup Activities for the Radio AmateurPreparing the Next GenerationARRL Field DayPublic Service OperatingAlso available:Volume 3: On-Air Activities and RadiosportVolume 4: Resources for the Active Ham.

The ARRL Operating Manual for Radio Amateurs; Volumes 1 & 2 #ad - Everything for the active ham radio operatorthe aRRL Operating Manual is the most comprehensive guide to AmateurRadio operating — everything you need to get involved, get active, and get onthe air. Each topic has been written and updated by experienced hams.

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The ARRL Extra Class License Manual

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ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - Upgrading to an Extra license only requires passing a written examination. Use this book to study for your Extra Class Element 4 license exam. Once you've finished this book, use the online service to take practice exams with the same number and variety of questions that you'll encounter on exam day. To upgrade to extra class you must already hold a General Class license or have recently passed all of the exams required for a General Class license.

This web-based service uses the question pool to construct chapter-by-chapter reviews. As you complete each chapter of this book, use ARRL's online Exam Review for Ham Radio to help prepare you for exam day. You won't have any surprises on exam day! As an extra class licensee, you will have full privileges on all frequencies authorized by the FCC for Amateur Radio.

The ARRL Extra Class License Manual #ad - For study purposes, information is presented in small sections:operating practicesRules and RegulationsElectrical PrinciplesComponents and Building BlocksElectronic CircuitsRadio Signals and MeasurementsRadio Modes and EquipmentAntennas and Feed LinesTopics in Radio PropagationSafetyNEW FEATURE: Online Review and Practice Exams.

All you need to pass your extra class exam!pass the 50-question extra class testAll the Exam Questions with Answer Key, for use beginning July 1, 2016NEW! Use with ARRL’s online Exam Review for Ham Radio. New! spiral bound edition sold separatelydetailed explanations for all questions, including FCC rulesThe ARRL Extra Class License Manual is your ticket to every privilege granted to Amateur Radio Operators.

Our expert instruction will lead you through all of the knowledge you need to pass the exam: rules, specific operating skills and more advanced electronics theory. Every page presents information you will need to pass the exam and become an effective operator.

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ARRL's Small Antennas for Small Spaces

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ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - Projects and advice for limited-space stationsamateur radio operators love antennas – the bigger the better -- but if you don’t have acres of property to erect the antenna of your dreams, does it mean you’re effectively off the air? Not at all! This fascinating hobby is still yours to enjoy. Learn important tips about feed lines, SWR, RF amplifiers, operating modes and RF safety.

Indoor antennas you can install this WeekendDesign ideas and projects for VHF and HF antennas you can use inside your home. New! outdoor hf antennas system projects6 new projects, including a “privacy fence” stealth antenna, self-supporting inverted V dipole and the extended double Zepp dipole. Outdoor antennas for VHF and BeyondCompact omnidirectional and directional antennas you can install anywhere.

ARRL's Small Antennas for Small Spaces #ad - Creative solutionsa collection of limited-space antenna ideas from well-known amateurs, including the innovative Folded Skeleton Sleeve 40 and 20 Meter Dipole Antenna. Filled with practical advice, this book guides you to finding the right antenna design to fit whatever space you have available. With the right antenna design you'll be on the air today!Fully updated, the second edition of ARRL’s Small Antennas for Small Spaces is a valuable resource for radio amateurs who live in apartments, condominiums, or houses on small lots.

In small antennas for small spaces you’ll find ideas and projects that will get you on the air regardless of where you live!Includes:Tips to Get You Started the Right WayOptimizing your limited-space station is about more than just building an antenna.

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21 Things to Do After You Get Your Amateur Radio License

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#ad - The 21 different activities will not only suggest things you can do with your ham license, but more importantly, how to have fun with amateur radio. You'll discover:* how and why to join a club* what things to think about before you buy a radio* How to set up a "shack"* Why you should build a kit or an antenna* How to learn Morse Code* How to participate in public-service and emergency communications eventsPlus much, much, more.

. The author, kb6nu, dan romanchik, has been an amateur radio operator for more than 40 years and has helped many newcomers get their amateur radio licenses. Congratulations! You passed the test and have an amateur radio license. His "no nonsense" technician class and general Class Study Guides have been used by thousands of people, and he regularly teaches ham radio classes in Ann Arbor, MI.

21 Things to Do After You Get Your Amateur Radio License #ad - His ultimate goal is to help all radio amateurs have more fun in the hobby. Now what?this book, 21 things to Do After You Get Your Amateur Radio License, tells you what.

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The Easy Way - Pass Your Amateur Radio Extra Class Test

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#ad - Amateur radio license tests are multiple-choice with three wrong answers and one right answer for each question. The first explains the concepts covering every single test question with hints and cheats to help you recognize the correct answer. You learn to recognize, not memorize, the right answer. This is especially important on the Extra Class test because there are so many questions, lots of which can only be answered by remembering.

The Easy Way - Pass Your Amateur Radio Extra Class Test #ad - For the extra test, 848 answers but 2, you see 712 questions and 2, 136 answers are wrong! Why be confused and frustrated studying three wrong answers for every one right answer?Pass Your Amateur Radio Extra Class Test – The Easy Way is different. It couldn’t be easier! The second part is a condensed Quick Summary with only the questions and correct answers, again with hints and cheats.

Since you never see the wrong answers, the correct answers will pop out when you take the test. Traditional test-prep materials go through the questions and all the possible answers. The focus is on the right answers and only the right answers. The book is in two parts.

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ARRL's General Q&A

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ARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - Upgrade to a general class ham radio License NOW!It's quick and easy with this study guide and the convenient question and answer format. Today, 000 members, with more than 161, ARRL is the largest organization of radio amateurs in the world. Arrl's mission is based on five pillars: Public Service, Education, Advocacy, Technology, and Membership.

This fourth edition of arrl's general q & a is your authoritative guide to every question in the General Element 3 question pool--everything you need to pass your General Class Amateur Radio license exam! Using ARRL's General Q & A is the best way to review for the exam with confidence. Upgrade and enjoy more frequency privileges today!pass the 35-question element 3 testIncludes the latest question pool with answer key, 2019Brief, clear explanations for all questionsFor more detailed explanations, for use through June 30, turn to The ARRL General Class License Manual.

ARRL's General Q&A #ad - About arrl: founded in 1914 by hiram percy maxim, ARRL American Radio Relay League is the national association for Amateur Radio in the US.

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The Fast Track to Your Extra Class Ham Radio License: Covers all FCC Amateur Extra Class Exam Questions through June 30, 2020 Fast Track Ham License Series Volume 3

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#ad - The kindle and print editions include over 200 illustrations. Michael is a great teacher that makes learning the material easy and fun. The only way to study for your test. Memorizing the answers to 713 disconnected questions is difficult, but The Fast Track makes getting your upgrade easier by explaining the logic behind each correct answer.

Memorizing answers is hard -- and boring. Which means the kindle edition is only suitable for devices that support pinch-and-zoom, and not recommended for smart phone use. Burnette's book fit the bill perfectly. I bought yours and it made learning simple and enjoyable. Using these books and audio are like studying with a buddy.

The Fast Track to Your Extra Class Ham Radio License: Covers all FCC Amateur Extra Class Exam Questions through June 30, 2020 Fast Track Ham License Series Volume 3 #ad - I have learned so much since studying this guide and feel ready to take this exam at a moment's notice. I bought your book in order to study for my tech licenseKindle version and the audiobook and I loved them! I originally bought ** *****'s CD's and they confused me. The extra license test consists of 50 questions drawn from a pool of 713.

So many of the study guides are just question dumps and it's a horrible way to learn, at least for me. We might even have a little fun along the way. I echo all the sentiments of the other reviewers, the author is a top notch communicator.

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