No-Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide (for tests given starting July 1, 2014)

No-Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide (for tests given starting July 1, 2014)

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by Daniel Romanchik
     
 
Learn everything you need to know to get your Technician Class amateur radio license. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will get you on the air in no time.

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Overview

Learn everything you need to know to get your Technician Class amateur radio license. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will get you on the air in no time.

What I have done is to take every single question in the question pool and reword it as a statement, highlighting the correct answer. Similar questions are grouped together, and text has been added to add some context and tie it all together. This makes the No-Nonsense study guide easy to read and understand.

Thousands of amateur radio operators have used the No-Nonsense study guides to get their amateur radio licenses. You can, too.

Editorial Reviews

KB6NU.Com - James Gorman
What a great resource. I used your Tech study guide and aced my tech test on the first try. I also took the General and was able to pass it on my first try. The review you put together was exactly what I needed. Thanks!
KB6NU.Com - Brian Jones
Used your study guide to get my Technician Class license today. Read it about 3 or 4 times, made notes in the margins and took practice tests on-line. Many thanks.
KB6NU.Com - Matt Kennedy
I just wanted to say thank you for the time and effort you put into these guides. I used both the Tech and General Class study guides and took both tests. I passed with flying colors (aced both). Again I thank you.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940149786947
Publisher:
Dan Romanchik, KB6NU
Publication date:
07/01/2014
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
150,960
File size:
146 KB

Meet the Author

I have been a ham radio operator since 1971 and a radio enthusiast as long as I can remember. In addition to being an active CW operator on the HF bands:
� I blog about amateur radio at KB6NU.Com, one of the leading amateur radio blogs on the Internet.
� I have also written study guides for the General Class and Extra Class exams. You can Yind the No-Nonsense General Class License Study Guide and the No-Nonsense Extra Class License Study Guide in PDF, Nook (ePub) and Kindle (Mobipocket) formats on my website at
� I am the author of 21 Things to Do With your Amateur Radio License, an e-book for those who have been recently licensed or just getting back into the hobby. You can Yind it on Amazon or Barnes&Noble.
� I send out a monthly column to more than 300 amateur radio clubs in North America for publication in their newsletters.
� I am the station manager for WA2HOM (), the amateur radio station at the Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum ().
� I teach amateur radio classes around the state of Michigan.
� I serve as the ARRL Michigan Section Training Manager and conduct amateur radio leadership workshops for amateur radio club leaders in Michigan.

73!

Dan, KB6NU

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No-Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Had the info I needed to pass the test.and it was somehow easier to get through on the nook . Found The Ham Whisperer on Youtube and that also helped a bunch.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This study guide is a great tool for getting your Technician Class License. I was able to take my test and score 100%. The test answers are in bold type so that you know what to remember and focus on when studying. Thank you Dan Romanchik for the help!!
MichiganMoose More than 1 year ago
This is the most efficient and effective preparation guide for the Technician license exam that I've seen.  It doesn't have the level of detail of the ARRL "Ham Radio License Manual", but this is intentional.  It is a much quicker read, very carefully focused on exactly what you need to know to pass the exam. Reading this carefully and then practicing with the free online "ARRL Exam Review for Ham Radio" seems like a pretty sure path to passing on the first try.
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