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[[http://www.ncvec.org/page.php?id=338|Exam question pools]]  (has current questions despite a typo on the page)
 
[[http://www.ncvec.org/page.php?id=338|Exam question pools]]  (has current questions despite a typo on the page)

Revision as of 21:59, 15 November 2010

Ham Radio License Class

Several people have expressed an interest in getting an amateur radio license. I will be giving a class to help prepare for the Technician level exam, which gives privileges on 30 MHz and above. If there is interest a General class might be in the works for the future.

Tests are given here in Austin on the first and third Saturdays of the month. The Technician exam consists of a 35 question multiple-choice test that covers basic electronics, radio fundamentals, station setup, operating practices, safety, and FCC regulations. Morse code is no longer required for any class of amateur license.


Online study materials: (feel free to add anything you find useful)

[Tech and General study guide]

[Technician Class cram sheet (.doc)]

[General Class cram sheet (.doc)]

[question pools] (has current questions despite a typo on the page)


Practice exams:

[|practice exam #1]

[exam #2]

[exam #3]

[exam #4] (login, iphone friendly, drills you on weak areas)


Local exam info

http://www.austinhams.org/hamtests.htm