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Ham Radio Topics For New Technician Class Hams
Here you will find lots of ham radio topics designed for the Technician class ham 
all in one location that will help you get more out of Ham Radio!

Start out on the right foot by learning more about your ham radio license privileges, setting up a ham station, band plans, frequency allocations, operating procedures, repeater basics, operating on HF, the 10 meter band, DX'ing, HF Beacons, Morse code, Part 97 FCC rules and regs, Make changes to your Amateur License records with the FCC, RFI tips and tricks, Band characteristics, Propagation, Upgrading to General class, Definitions, good ham radio book suggestions, Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) and so much more!

 
Some of this information is "off site" so please return when finished for lots more!

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Proven Antennas
A new "e-book" pdf Release
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Common Filing Tasks with the FCC

Amateur licensees can submit applications using the Universal Licensing System (ULS) or paper applications using Form 605 and Form 159.

Common filing tasks with the FCC include:

How Far Can I Talk on 2 Meters?
Learn more from K4MSG

FM vs SSB Distance Comparison
A Study by K4MMG

Tips for Choosing Your First Ham Radio!

Ham Radio Rag Chew Chat Room!
HF Propagation and Beacon Tracking Programs!
Where is the band open? Great Aid To DX'ing!
W1AW Operating Schedule, Frequencies, code practice and more!

ARRL BAND PLAN
(Complete band plan - 160 Meters thru 10.5Ghz)
 
Ham Radio Dictionary, definitions, terms and "radio lingo" that you may not know!

Ham Radio Repeater Frequency Coordination
Learn the most important step to putting a repeater on the air!

UTC Time Explained

Have Fun Operating Simplex and Common Simplex Frequencies

How the FCC Sequential Call Sign System Works
Describes how sequential call signs are issued and where, in the U.S.
Repeater Terminology
Good definitions of words and phrases used on repeaters

Repeater Basics
Learn the basic operation of a repeater how to use them like a Pro

Tips for Setting Up
Your Ham Radio Station!


10 Meter Band Edges - Watch your VFO!

10 Meter Ham Radio Transceivers
Save hundreds of dollars!

FREE STATION LOG FORM

Antenna Projects HF/VHF/UHF

Understanding Antennas For the Non-Technical Ham
A FREE online antenna "Book" donated by N4JA
This is his complete book that is no longer published
 (This page may take some time to load with dialup!)

Are You New to HF?
Good info for Techs!
Tools and Accessories
For the New Ham


New Novice, Tech
Tech + Privileges


HF BAND PLAN and FREQUENCY ALLOCATIONS

 2 METER INFO AND THE BAND PLAN

10 METER HAM BAND INFORMATION
An Introduction To HF and the 10 Meter Ham Band

The Considerate Operator's Frequency Guide

RFI TIPS AND TRICKS

RFI TROUBLESHOOTING SAFETY TIPS!

Emergency Portable Generator
EMERGENCY GENERATORS FOR HAM RADIO

ANTENNA SAFETY AND THE HAM RADIO OPERATOR!
HOW TO USE AN
ANTENNA TUNER

PL259 CONNECTORS
Learn how to use them

HT ANTENNA MODIFICATION
MORE PERFORMANCE USING SIMPLE MODIFICATION

TUNING YOUR ANTENNA

SWR - MAKING SENSE OF IT!

HINTS, TIPS AND TECHNIQUES FOR LEARNING  MORSE CODE (CW)

Fact of the Day
Electron Trajectory
If an electron that has an initial velocity is injected into a space that has a uniform electric field, such as the space between two parallel plates of a uniformly-charged vacuum capacitor, it will follow a parabolic path like the path of a bullet fired from a gun in a gravitational field. ©2004 Martek International All rights reserved.
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UPGRADING TO GENERAL CLASS?
Get the study materials that has it all!
Buy the ARRL GENERAL CLASS LICENSE MANUAL
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