ELMER-needed, farmington hills, michigan

Discussion in 'Becoming an Amateur Radio Operator/Upgrading Privi' started by KD8JFO, Oct 4, 2008.

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  1. KD8JFO

    KD8JFO Ham Member QRZ Page

    I am looking for an elmer to help me pass my general and extra exam and teach me proper radio theory, etc!

    73 DE KD8JFO

    (KD8JFO@yahoo.com)
     
  2. KW7RF

    KW7RF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Until then, a good place to start studying is right here >>>

    http://www.qrz.com/p/testing.pl

    Good Luck, NR7J
     
  3. KF6HHH

    KF6HHH Ham Member QRZ Page

    If you haven't, search for a local Ham club. I would imagine there is at least one in your area. World Radio mag lists some, but I think a general search for a club would bring up info.
    73
    Dan'o :}
    KF6HHH
     
  4. W9SFA

    W9SFA Guest

    I found you an Elmer.
     
  5. W4INF

    W4INF Ham Member QRZ Page

    Me too!

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    Wait... thats an Elmo. Sorry.

    Good luck with your quest!
    Andrew
     
  6. KJ5T

    KJ5T Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    I am not in the area, but have worked with oher youth hams before via email to answer specific questions. If you have any questions please either shoot me an email at my listed QRZ address or PM me here.
     
  7. KK4CJ

    KK4CJ Ham Member QRZ Page

    Nice pix, My grand daughters loved them but, they're 6 and 4. The Kid is looking for help. Did your Elmer do that to you? Andrew I sent you an E-mail let me know if I can help!
     
  8. K0RGR

    K0RGR Premium Subscriber QRZ Page

    Feel free to ask questions! We have a Q+A forum here, as well. Also, this group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/HamRadioHelpGroup/ does a lot of online Elmering.

    What are you seeking to learn? Are you interested in building radio gear, and want to know how it works?

    There are some pretty good books out there that will go a long way toward helping you understand the theory. The ARRL Handbook is a very good resource.
     
  9. w8nic

    w8nic Guest

    I'll help ya. shoot me an email

    w 8 n i c at y a h o o dot com
     
  10. W9SFA

    W9SFA Guest

    Ahh, one of "those"... :rolleyes:
     
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