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Lesson 7.3, Bands and Privileges

Here’s your video introduction to Lesson 7.3, Bands and Privileges, from the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for Technician. Here’s the (updated 24 Apr 2014) link to the chart shown in the video: here. After you have finished, you may … Continue reading

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Lesson 7.2, Working with the FCC

Here’s a short introduction and a tour of the FCC ULS website. When you have finished with Lesson 7.2, you may click here to return to the list of lessons. BTW, I took that picture of the sunset, complete with … Continue reading

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Lesson 7.1 Licensing Terms

We’re coming into the home stretch. From here on out there’s not much technical information, but rules, regulations, and best practices that you should know. This video introduction to Lesson 7.1, Licensing Terms, is pretty straightforward. When you have finished … Continue reading

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Lesson 6.6, Emergency Communications

What I thought would be a short introduction got a little longer – there’s so much to talk about! Let’s take a look at the video: Here are the links I mentioned for the FEMA training, open to anyone and … Continue reading

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Lesson 6.1 Contact Basics

Here’s your video introduction to the material in Section 6.1 of the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual for Technician. After watching this material, you’ll be better prepared to study Section 6.1. OH MY! I see an embarrassing error! In the … Continue reading

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Ham Radio Technician Lesson 5.5, RF Grounding

Part of putting a good station together is a good grounding system. It saves lots of trouble, helps protect your equipment, helps keep RF out of places it shouldn’t be (like in your computer system), and in general keeps RF … Continue reading

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