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Publisher's Summary

The No-Nonsense series of amateur radio license study guides has become famous for helping people pass the tests. Written in a simple, easy-to-understand style, this study guide will help you upgrade to General Class in no time. This study guide covers every single question that you'll find on the test and includes the following chapters:

  • Electrical principles
  • Circuit components
  • Practical circuits
  • Signals and E missions
  • Antennas and feedlines
  • Radio wave propagation
  • Amateur radio practices
  • Operating procedures
  • Electrical and RF safety
  • Commission's rules

©2015 Daniel M. Romanchik (P)2015 Daniel M. Romanchik

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  • Herb
  • N. Charleston, SC USA
  • 12-21-17

Got me through my General.

Listened to it several times through, we'll done, concise, only the correct answers. Wish the Extra version was available in audio.

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It's okay

It's not terrible. I like seeing more amateur radio audiobooks, but I didn't find it much more useful than someone reading the questions. I want to understand, and this book didn't provide context for why much of the content was correct.