|Valid from July 1, 2010 until June 30, 2014|
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Tech in a Weekend Class Study Guide|
By Buddy Sohl KC4WQ
This standard text file has been used for our Tech in a Weekend Class. It provides the information needed to earn your Technician license. Although this was written to coincide with class instruction, it is an excellent study guide which can be used in conjunction with other sources.
The No-Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide|
By Dan Romanchik KB6NU
This manual will help you get your license, but getting your license is only the beginning. It will teach you the answers to the test questions, but not give you a deep understanding of electronics, radio, or the rules and regulations. Simply read through the manual and take some practice tests.
Technician Class License Study Guide|
Compliments of Earl Paazig N8KBR
This document is simply a compilation of the publicly available question pool which has been converted into statements and formatted. The intent was to retain as much of the original words from the question pool as possible to leverage familiarization in the learning and memory process. Minimal additional information is provided to improve the document for use as a Study Guide.
HamElmer.com Technician Q&A Format|
Clearly formatted document with questions and answers from each element. Through linking, elements are easily navigated from the table of contents. Exam graphics and an index are also included.
Technician Course Presentation by W4ZH|
This PowerPoint presentation provides an instructional class to study for your Technician License. This presentation is by Jeff, W4ZH for the Technician Pool effective July 1, 2010. The file is about 13 Megabytes.
HamStudy.org provides a better set of tools to study for your license. It's a totally free site and a great resource. In addition to practice tests and flashcards (driven by stats to make sure you see all the questions and learn them) there are also user-contributed explanations for the Technician and General pools. They are also getting there on Extra.
eHam.net Ham Exams|
QRZ's Practice Amateur Radio Exams
Think you're ready to take the test. Try your skill online first. Both eHam.net and QRZ.com provide online tests to challenge your skills. These questions are taken directly from the question pool and are provided randomly as if you were taking the real exam. Good luck!
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