I passed my General test today!

Discussion in 'Ham Radio Discussions' started by KI5OMM, Apr 25, 2021.

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  1. K7TRF

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    Some good resources here: http://www.arrl.org/studying-for-the-general-license

    But there's also info on the web if you Google things like: Amateur Radio General Class Study
  2. G3EDM

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    Congratulations! I got my U.S. General (KB1WSY) nearly 10 years ago and remember the exhilaration. You're already way ahead of me because I then dithered and never actually got on the air ... until this summer after moving to England a few years ago.

    73 de Martin, G3EDM
  3. W4IOA

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    I prefer Gordon West books because if you read them you'll learn something. Plus I do occasionally look in them for reference.


    Amazon is sold out but you probably can find one at a ham gear supply.
    Don't forget to use the practice tests here and eham, they'll help you learn the answers but please do put in time reading.
  4. KN6OAK

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  5. KK7BMS

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    I used the Craig Buck books for Tech and General. They are available free on Kindle Unlimited. You can get a 30 day free trial which should be long enough. ARRL free online tests also. I have been licensed for ~6 weeks, have not got a HF antenna up yet. Maybe I'll head to the W7DK ham club and use their rig Saturday. Congrats on the achievement!
  6. KE0GXN

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    Congrats! The world awaits you!

    73 and good DX.
  7. WZ7U

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    Huh, amongst front page royalty it seems
    KE0GXN and KP4SX like this.
  8. KE0GXN

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    Hey, I know that dude!

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