The No-Nonsense series of amateur radio license study guides has become famous for helping people pass the tests. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will help you upgrade to ...
The No-Nonsense series of amateur radio license study guides has become famous for helping people pass the tests. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will help you upgrade to General Class in no time. This study guide covers every single question that you'll find on the test and includes the following chapters:
• Electrical Principles
• Circuit Components
• Practical Circuits
• Signals and Emissions
• Antennas and Feedlines
• Radio Wave Propagation
• Amateur Radio Practices
• Operating Procedures
• Electrical and RF Safety
• Commission's Rules
Dan Romanchik, KB6NU has been a ham radio operator since 1971 and a radio enthusiast as long as he can remember. In addition to being an active CW operator on the HF bands, he:
- likes to tinker and experiment with radio circuits.
- blogs about amateur radio at KB6NU.Com, one of the leading amateur radio blogs on the Internet.
- has written study guides for the Technician Class and Extra Class exam as well.
- is the author of 21 Things to Do With your Amateur Radio License, a book for those who have been recently licensed or just getting back into the hobby, and The CW Geek's Guide to Having Fun with Morse Code. A book for those who want to learn and use this great mode.
- is the station manager for WA2HOM (), the amateur radio station at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum ().
- teaches amateur radio classes around the state of Michigan.
- serves as the ARRL Michigan Section Training Manager and conduct amateur radio leadership workshops for amateur radio club leaders in Michigan.