Convenient Spiral Bound lies flat. Detailed explanations for all questions, including FCC rules. The general class license is the second of three US Amateur Radio licenses. Upgrading to a general license--which conveys extensive HF privileges—only requires passing a written examination. Once you do, the entire range of operating modes and the majority of the amateur spectrum below 30 MHz become available to you.
Use this book to study for your General Class license exam. To upgrade to general class, you must already hold a Technician Class license or have recently passed the Technician 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.
The ARRL General Class License Manual #ad - Every page presents information you will need to pass the exam and become an effective operator. You'll cover small sections at a time:procedures and practicesrules and regulationsComponents and CircuitsRadio Signals and EquipmentDigital ModesAntennasPropagationElectrical and RF SafetyOnline Review and Practice Exams 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!
The ARRL Extra Class License ManualARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #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.
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. 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.
The ARRL Extra Class License Manual #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. 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. You won't have any surprises on exam day! As you complete each chapter of this book, use ARRL's online Exam Review for Ham Radio to help prepare you for 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.
The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual#ad - The amateur radio service offers a unique mix of public service, technology, and experimenting with electronics--all with an emphasis on fun. All the exam questions with answer key, 2018 through June 30, for use July 1, 2022. Use with arrl’s online Exam Review for Ham Radio. Designed for self-study and classroom use.
Intended for all newcomers, instructors, and schoolteachers. Discover the excitement of ham radio. Take randomly generated practice exams using questions from the actual examination pool. Others enjoy talking to people across the country and around the globe, and operating portable radio equipment from anywhere.
Every page presents information you will need to pass the exam and become an effective operator. Some hams use their skills to provide communications during emergencies and disasters when all else fails. The arrl ham radio license manual will guide you as you get started--as you select your equipment, set-up your first station, and get on the air!Use this book to study for your license exam.
The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual #ad - You'll cover small sections at a time:welcome to amateur radio radio and signals fundamentals Electricity, Components, and Feed Lines Amateur Radio Equipment Communicating with Other Hams Licensing Regulations Operating Regulations SafetyAt the end of the book, and Circuits Propagation, Antennas, you'll find the entire Technician Question Pool.
Use this book with arrl’s online Exam Review for Ham Radio to review the study material chapter by chapter. You won’t have any surprises on exam day!
The ARRL Operating Manual for Radio Amateurs; Volumes 1 & 2ARRL, 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.
Pass Your Amateur Radio General Class Test - The Easy Way: 2019-2023 Edition#ad - Which would you rather study: right answers or over 250 pages with three-quarters of the answers wrong? Instructors: This book is perfect for review or weekend courses. There are also hints and cheats help you remember the correct answer. Have the students read the narrative before class, then go over the concepts with them rather than slogging through all those wrong answers.
Pass Your Amateur Radio General Class Test - The Easy Way: 2019-2023 Edition #ad - But, three of the four answers are wRONG! You are reading 1, 356 wrong answers and that is both confusing and frustrating. The test is multiple choice and the other study guides take you through the 452 possible questions including all four answers for each question. Note: here's a new “all ham and No Spam” approach to passing the General Class test.
You'll be done in no time and the students will be fully prepared to take their tests. The easy way is a concise explanation of every question and answer focusing on the right answers.
Amateur Radio Contesting for BeginnersARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio® #ad - Regardless of the size of your station, you can compete, too!Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners includes everything you need to get started. Equipment adviceoperating guidancesoftware suggestionsDigital contesting tips…and much more!Written by radiosport veteran Doug Grant, K1DG, this will put you on the path to competitive excitement.
Your roadmap to radiosport!Contesting is one of the most exciting aspects of amateur radio. It’s called “radiosport” because it really is a sport – a competition to see who can contact the most stations in an allotted amount of time.
Grounding and Bonding for the Radio AmateurARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio #ad - Build your ham radio station with effective grounding and bonding techniques:AC safety: protects against shock hazards from ac-powered equipment by providing a safe path for current when a fault in wiring or insulation occurs. Lightning protection: keeps all equipment at the same voltage during transients from lighting and dissipate the lightning’s charge in the Earth, routing it away from equipment.
Rf management: prevents unwanted RF currents and voltages from disrupting the normal functions of equipment also known as RF interference or RFI. Grounding and bonding for the radio amateur shows you how to make sure your station follows current standards for lightning protection and communication systems, not to mention the National Electrical Code.
Grounding and Bonding for the Radio Amateur #ad - Proper station Grounding is Important! . You’ll learn effective grounding and bonding techniques for home stations, portable and temporary stations, including condos and apartments, as well as towers and outside antennas.
The Fast Track to Your General Class Ham Radio License: Comprehensive preparation for all FCC General Class Exam Questions July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2023 Fast Track Ham License Series Book 2#ad - The general license test consists of 35 questions drawn from a pool of 462. Well with the help of your book and audiobook, I was able to blow his doors off and pass my technician exam first try. Memorizing the answers to 462 disconnected questions is difficult, but The Fast Track makes getting your upgrade easier by explaining the logic behind each correct answer.
Now if you only had volumes for general and expert, the world would be perfect. Burnette's book fit the bill perfectly. He has asked me off and on to consider getting a license and I kept saying no. Best of all, once you've passed your exam you'll have a solid grounding in ham radio basics. Created by an experienced ham and adult educator, experienced, patient, it's like having your own, good-humored mentor for the exam.
The Fast Track to Your General Class Ham Radio License: Comprehensive preparation for all FCC General Class Exam Questions July 1, 2019 until June 30, 2023 Fast Track Ham License Series Book 2 #ad - Covers questions that will be used until June 30, 2019. It's simple: when you understand the material, and you have a context for the material, you remember the answers and pass the test. All technical topics explained in clear, plain language, often with illustrations - Step by step instructions to solve all the math problems - Test taking strategies - Hints to easily solve many questions and avoid the traps in the test - Written in "learning order", not just the confusing order of the official question bank.
Covers every question on the General exam. Memorizing 400+ random answers is hard -- and boring. If your plan is to take it before then, please see the earlier edition of this program, under the same title.
ARRL's Small Antennas for Small SpacesARRL, 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, RF amplifiers, SWR, 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. 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.
. 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.
Portable Operating for Amateur RadioARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio® #ad - Everything you need to get on the air in the great outdoors!Amateur Radio stations traditionally have been associated with a table full of gear in a home station. In recent years, that has changed with the increasing popularity of operating portable, away from home. Portable operators use hf and vhf bands, as well as SSB, FM, CW, and digital modes.
Portable Operating for Amateur Radio #ad - Added to the increase in organized outdoor operating activities, and programs, clubs, and it’s no wonder that ham radio operators are inspired to venture into portable operations. Anyone can give portable operating a try. There’s something for everyone, no matter your license class or interests. Whether you want to activate from a picnic table at a nearby park, or a remote summit after a backcountry hike, Portable Operating for Amateur Radio offers a wealth of practical information to help make your portable Amateur Radio operations successful.
. A new generation of compact, full-featured, portable radios combines with modern battery technology to make it easier than ever to set up your station and enjoy Amateur Radio in the great outdoors.
The ARRL Antenna Book for Radio Communications; Volume 1: Antenna FundamentalsARRL, the national association for Amateur Radio® #ad - 80 years of antenna know-howthe arrl antenna Book is a single resource covering antenna theory, design and construction, and practical treatments and projects. Build hundreds of antenna designs: dipoles, verticals, loops, beams, and more. Volume 1: antenna fundamentalsantenna fundamentalsdipoles and monopolesthe effects of groundradio Wave PropagationLoop AntennasMultielement ArraysAntenna ModelingAlso available:Volume 2: Antennas for LF/MF/HFVolume 3: Antennas for VHF through Microwave and Specialty AntennasVolume 4: Transmission Lines and Building Antenna Systems, and Index.
The ARRL Antenna Book for Radio Communications; Volume 1: Antenna Fundamentals #ad - It contains everything you need to understand how radio signals propagate, how antennas work, and how to construct your own antenna system.