Technician class amateur radio study guide. Everything you need to become a licensed ham radio operator the quick and easy way!
JOIN THE EXCITING WORLD OF HAM RADIO
Want to talk to the astronauts aboard the international space station, or speak with your friends across town? how about sending digital signals through satellites, or linking your radio into the internet to speak with fellow hams around the world? You can do all of this -- and more -- with just the entry-level amateur radio license, Technician Class. Gordon Wests's Technician Class book contains everything you need to learn to be become a licensed amateur radio operator. Every exact question and answer that will appear on the technician class written theory exam you will take for your entry level ham license is contained in this new, 8th edition of Technician Class. The 35 multiple-choice questions on your exam will be taken from the Element 2 question. pool. All 426 questions and answers that can be used to make u your exam are here in this book.
Author Gordon West has reorganized the Q&A to follow the syllabus of his highly successful weekend ham radio course. He takes you through groups of questions that are logically arranged so you learn all of the material about each topic area -- from how you learn your first license, to frequency privileges to where you can operate, to how to use satellites and talk to the astronauts! Gordon tells you the right answer and explains in detail why the answer is correct. Technician class is full of Gordon's unique educational style that makes learning easy and fun.
GREAT OPERATING TIPS TO HELP YOU GET ON THE AIR!
Gordon and contributor Eric Nichols, have included over 125 addresses of helpful, educational websites and other resources. His friend Elmer has lots of exclusive Ham Hints - great practical advice for the new ham! Along the way, you'll learn important information to help you get on the air as a new Technician Class operator.
BECOME AN AMATEUR OPERATOR WITHOUT KNOWING MORSE CODE!
FCC rules have simplified exam requirements for all classes of ham radio licenses. Now you can become a licensed, entry-level Technician Class operator without knowing Morse code! The only requirement is to pass a 35-question multiple-choice theory exam. Gordon's book makes it easy!