Discussion in 'Becoming an Amateur Radio Operator/Upgrading Privi' started by K2YSA, Apr 20, 2020.
+1 for LKP's post above.
The ARRL Basic Series books belong on every ham's bookshelf. They are about the best entry-level books available.
And if you're on old-timer that is way past the material, you need them in your library too...so you can loan them out
to the neophyte you are Elmering.
And they are now on sale, so buy them...NOW!
GOOD JOB ON THE VOLUNTEER EXAMINER WORK OVER IN HUNTSVILLE.......BRAVO.......
73 - K1LKP
I got my Tech license this year at age 52. I had no history of radio or electronics.
I tried several different study methods, and the ARRL Tech manual worked best for me. Try different methods, and take the online practice exams. No set method works well for everyone.
I've studied for my General...just waiting for testing to become available again.
Keep at it, and never stop learning!
I ordered them up... thanks my man