You have an interest in getting your amateur radio license and don’t know where to start. You’ve come to the right place. We can help you find your way to a license. Most people today do self-study and take practice tests until they consistently reach passing scores then they go take the exam.
We conduct classes in a compressed fashion with three sessions in a single week scheduled in a manner that allows the student to take the exam shortly after the course completes.
Below are further details on the class. If you have questions about this course please contact our instructor at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Franklin County Ohio ARES Technician Class Syllabus
This Technician Class is a guide for those interested in successfully achieving a passing score to gain a Technician Class amateur radio license. Students will understand the basic requirements to set up, operate and maintain a two-way radio station on the various Technician frequencies authorized by the FCC. Students will be required to read, understand, and discuss appropriate sections from the study text.
The course will be conducted over three days and is sometimes called a weekend course.
Technician Class 2014 – 2018 by Gordon West WB6NOA
The course requires some self-study by the student in advance of the course and will require the purchase of the required text book.
This Technician Class introduces students to the requirements of understanding and passing any assortment of the tests for 2014 – 2018.
The main objectives learned in the course will be:
- Presented any of the test questions, students will be able to select the correct answer.
- Reading and discussing every possible question and practicing positive reinforcement with the correct answer will prepare the student for a successful outcome on test day.
Technician Class 35 of 426 possible questions for Element 2, 26 correct required for passing.
T1 FCC rules, descriptions & definitions for the amateur radio service, operator 78 6
and station license responsibilities.
T2 Operating procedures. 37 3
T3 Radio wave characteristics, radio and electromagnetic properties, 34 3
T4 Amateur radio practices and station equipment. 24 2
T5 Electrical principles, math for electronics, electronic principles, Ohm’s Law. 50 4
T6 Electrical components, semiconductors, circuits diagrams, component functions. 48 4
T7 Station equipment, common transmitter and receiver problems, antenna 48 4
measurements, and troubleshooting, repair and testing.
T8 Modulation modes, amateur satellite operation, operating activities, 46 4
T9 Antennas, feed lines. 25 2
T10 AC power circuits, antenna installation, RF hazards. 36 3
……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. Total 426 35
Each test is made up of 35 questions selected from the 426 possible questions of which a candidate must correctly answer 26 for a passing score.