General radiotelephone operator's license study guide

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Tab Books, 1989 - Technology & Engineering - 245 pages
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The General Radio-Telephone Operator's License Study Guide by Thomas LeBlanc has been used by several thousand technicians & students, during the past three years. Over forty technical schools, numerous avionics shops, & several military training centers, have adopted this book for their FCC License preparation & avionics classes. The Study Guide also includes an audio cassette (Study Guide Companion Tape). Some important topics include: Marine & Aviation Regulations; Emission Types; AC & DC Circuits; Transformers; Semiconductors; Power Supplies; AM & FM Receivers; Transmitters; Antennas & Transmission Lines; UHF & Above; Motors & Generators; Measurements; Digital Circuitry; Troubleshooting; Radar Fundamentals. There is no longer a Commercial First Class or Second Class Radiotelephone License. These have been replaced by one license called The General Radio-Telephone Operator's License. This new license requires the knowledge of updated electronic theory & additional marine & aviation rules & regulations

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Contents

GLOSSARY
30
FREQUENCY RANGES
46
DIRECT CURRENT
51
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