The ARRL General Class License Manual for Radio Operators

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Amer Radio Relay League, Mar 1, 2007 - Reference
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User Review  - David Waldron - Goodreads

It will, as the title and overview says, give you everything you need to pass the General Class license exam. Be prepared, however, to re-read passages and in some cases entire chapters several times ... Read full review

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User Review  - Robin Hemmer - Goodreads

Excellent reference book when studying for the General test. Read full review

About the author (2007)

H. Ward Silver has the experience of a 20-year career as an electrical engineer developing instrumentation and medical electronics. He also spent 8 years in broadcasting, both programming and engineering. In 2000 he turned to teaching and writing as a second career. He is a contributing editor to the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) and author of the popular "Hands-On Radio" column in QST magazine every month. He is the author of the ARRL's Amateur Radio license study guides and numerous other articles. He developed the ARRL's online courses, "Antenna Design and Construction," "Analog Electronics," and "Digital Electronics." Along with his comedic alter-ego, Dr Beldar, Ward is a sought-after speaker and lecturer among "hams." When not in front of a computer screen, you will find Ward working on his mandolin technique and compositions.

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