Taking an exam in order to get a ham license is quite stressful ordeal as it comes. To make things worse most people get extremely confused when dealing with calculations required. This guide will help you understand how to come to the answer as simply as possible and without calculator (which you will inevitably forget at home).
Only Electrical Principles part of an exam is covered
|File size:||120 KB|
About the Author
Josip Medved, Medo, born in 1979, sworn meat eater. During day (and some nights) works in Siemens as Senior Solution Architect dealing mostly with telecom operators topics. Fun includes generic topics such as LTE and AAA protocols. Night time brings fun in form of C# and Java programming (rumors say here that even VB flavored languages are accepted). Most programs never see the light of Internet but there is collection of a few going around. It used to be a particular pleasure to troubleshoot weird protocols used for inter-communication between various medical devices. Quite a few nights were spent banging around crazy formats and lacking documentation. Unfortunately standardization efforts are slowly making such tasks boring and not a worthy challenge. Therefore fun is found in soldering. Since there is always place for one more PIC on PCB, that also sometime turns into more programming (C or MPASM) than actual soldering but it is fun nonetheless. Making weird electronic devices and hooking them to the computer never gets boring. On rare occasions there is also some camping. Nothing beats waking near barbecue full of chevapi style pork but it would be most unfair to say that sausages would be disappointment.