The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual: All You Need to Become an Amateur Radio Operator. Technician]. Level 1

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American Radio Relay League, 2006 - Technology & Engineering - 283 pages
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The most popular introduction to amateur radio, this guide offers a unique mix of technology, public service, convenience, and fun. All levels of ham radio operators can brush up on their skills and use the book to study for their first license exam with the latest questions pool with answer key.
 

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User Review  - dayspring777 - LibraryThing

There are now two Technicians in my house thanks to God, to a few friends interesting them in radios in general, to this book, its cd-rom, *hamexam.org*, and hard work studying...and their grandpa's motivating them with the offer of paying the exam fee! Lol! Read full review

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User Review  - KirkLowery - LibraryThing

Most of us use TV, cell phones and other radio emitting equipment that operate on predefined frequencies and power. The operator has very little choice: transmit as the device is designed and that's ... Read full review

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Ward Silver is an electrical engineer who's been a licensed ham for 31 years. He is a contributing editor and columnist for QST, a monthly magazine for ham operators.

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