After you pass your test, they can help you get on the air, too. GOTA and Auxiliary classes do not have a manual, but may have handouts. Copyright Yavapai Amateur Radio Club. You cannot skip a License level. Attend their meetings and introduce yourself.
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Those newer hams are bringing more enthusiasm into the hobby and in many cases are contributing very well to the spirit of public service that is supposed to be part of the amateur radio service. Nothing to add or subtract. September 13, at Click here to get all of my "No Nonsense" study guides. All that's offered now is three different written exams. Sometimes I think about getting the Extra class license. My station will be nothing to brag about compared to others I have seen on line.
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I work mostly CW and can easily copy 20 — 25 wpm. Just like everything else in our society. Thanks for letting me rant a bit. A few things have changed since Then, at the ripe old age of 11, in , I passed the written requirement, and the 5 wpm receiving and sending Morse requirements for my Novice.
The best study method, customer support, and guarantee in the industry! To advance you must proceed as if you have no license at all. All of the questions on the exams are available in a "Question Pool" available from a number of sources. I am now a three year member to ARRL to support this freedom. He went on to say that he fixed it by switching out his Icom with another rig. We also provide many opportunities to talk with experienced Amateur Radio operators.