Charles Pascal, the author of this manual has been a licensed amateur operator for 53 years. Mr. Pascal have taught over 10,000 people to pass FCC and amateur radio exams.
This manual is designed to help you pass the FCC technician exam. Your test will be administered by three Amateur operators who are volunteer examiners.
The exam you will be taking consists of 35 multiple choice questions. You must get 26 of them correct to pass the test. If you encounter a section or a concept, which is difficult, skip it and move on to the next question. If you miss 9 questions, you still have a passing score.
The schematics discussed in sections 6 and 7 of this manual will be found on the last page of your book.
How to use this book:
We will begin with the first chapter, read each section and then study the multiple choice questions located at the end of each section. The multiple choice questions will have all correct answers printed for you in each question. For example: t1a01 (D) indicates the correct answer for this question is answer D. We have some great news, the questions listed in this manual and all other study manuals for Amateur exams are the exact test questions you will be taking on your technician exam. The FCC and the volunteer examiners have made sure every test question you will be asked is published. If you study, you will have no surprises on test day. The FCC has made available all of the pool questions for each Amateur license exam.
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About the Author
Charles Pascal has been teaching Amateur radio and FCC license exams for over 30 years. Pascal has taught over 10,000 students to pass all classes of both amateur and commercial FCC tests. Charlie has taught students how to pass FCC license tests for the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, General Telephone, Pepperdine University, Children’s Hospital, the City of Santa Monica, UCLA, Culver City, Sony Pictures and the California Yacht Club. Students who took Pascal’s classes reported a test passing percentage of 97% passing all exams on the first attempt. In 2007 Mr. Pascal Received the Golden Key award from the Association of Santa Monica Bay Yacht Clubs for 25 years of teaching and community service. The author has held his Amateur license for 53 years and holds a Master’s Degree in Education and Counseling from Loyola Marymount University. The writing style for this book has been developed from over 30 years of teaching and direct classroom experience. Pascal’s books are designed to simplify the material and make learning of this information enjoyable for all students from ages 8 through 95.