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LATEST EDUCATION NEWS:

TMRA TECH CLASS FLYER

Technician Class Scheduled for:
 Part 1 of 2: November 4th 2017 - 8AM-5PM 
Part 2 of 2: November 18th 2017 - 8AM-5PM

Lucas County EMS Training Center
2127 Jefferson St
Toledo, OH 43624

Registration is required.
For more information please contact:
Steve Stalker KC8TVW
419-467-3734 kc8tvw@arrl.net


 

Note: Morse Code is no longer a requirement for any Amateur License

There is no charge for the class itself, but you should have a textbook (The ARRL Ham Radio License Manual) that you can obtain beforehand from the ARRL or from us for a nominal fee (about $25.00.)  Check on the cost when you contact us.

When it is time to take the test at the end of the class, there is a charge of $15.00 to cover expenses for the test.  Please have exact cash.  Also, bring with you a valid picture ID and copies of any other previous licensing or CSCE's you may have.

Contact Mike, WA8SYD at 419.476.2947 or Steve, KC8TVW at 419.467.3734 to express your interest in a class.

 
  • Procedures

  • Regulations

  • Radio Theory

 
  • Purpose & Principles, Radio Spectrum, Structure & Call Signs, Metric System

  • Basic Electricity, Parameters & Units, Components, Beat Frequency, Oscillator, Schematics

  • Transmitters & Receivers, Amateur Station Block Diagrams, Amplification

  • Propagation, Transmission Lines, Wire Antennas, Standing Wave Ratio (SWR)

  • Antennas, Radio Frequency (RF) Safety, Antenna Polarization, Beam Antennas, V, I & R Measurements, Ohm's Law Calculations

  • Station Equipment, Buying Used Equipment, Q Signals & Abbreviations, Phonetic Alphabet, Safety, Dipole Construction & Installation, Trap Antennas

  • Exam Procedures, FCC Operating Rules, Privileges, Good Operating Practice, Quarter (1/4) Wave Antennas, Antenna Patterns, Yagi Antennas

  • Transmitting Modes, FM, SSB, CW, RTTY, AMTOR, Packet, FM Repeater and Simplex Operation, Proper Use and Purpose of a Repeater Autopatch

  • Problems Resulting from Improper Operation and Interference, High Pass, Low Pass, and Band Pass Filters, RF Radiation Safety

  • Use of Radio Control, FCC Amateur Service Regulations

Want more info? Contact Mike, WA8SYD or Steve, KC8TVW


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