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Ham Radio Activities: The Complete Amateur Radio Contesting Manual

Tips & Techniques for Competing & Winning in a Ham Radio Contest
Narrated by: Tim Carper
Length: 1 hr and 24 mins
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Have you ever thought of entering an amateur radio contest?

Contesting can be exciting, fun, and a great way to accelerate your learning process. This guide shall equip you with the requisite knowledge you need to participate in ham radio contests with skill and confidence. After learning the different types of contests, how they work and their rules, the software and hardware to use, you will start building up your QSO count and adding interesting DX contacts to your list of contacts.

When you download this audiobook today, you'll learn:

  • Contesting tips and techniques for better amateur radio contesting
  • Amateur radio competition equipment
  • How to prepare for the license exam
  • The main amateur radio contests and their rules
  • Brief history of amateur radio contesting
  • Much, much more!

Download your copy today! Take action and discover ham radio contest techniques that will help you become a better amateur radio operator.

©2018 Quinton (P)2018 Dwight Standfield

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Anything BUT "complete."

This book promises to be a complete "manual" of ham radio contesting, but doesn't deliver. Most of it consists of a vague, general, beginner's description of amateur radio and how to get a license (off topic; if the reader didn't know this he or she would have no interest in contesting in the first place). There is very little actual material about the subject the book purports to cover. No insightful tips or inside information for the ham who is interested in learning about contesting - just a few basics one could pick up for free on the Web. Not worth an Audible credit; I am "returning" the audiobook.

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  • Marc
  • Louisville, KY
  • 01-28-19

Listen to this early in your HAM career

It's simple, clear and easy to understand. Helped a noob gain a clear understanding of the history and nature of contesting.