Home >  Getting the Technician License >  Study Guides

While the "amateur" means "for love", many amateur radio operators approach the past time and contributions of amateur radio with as much zeal and passion as their professional interests. It is more than a hobby. It's a world of continual discovery, knowledge, and friendships beyond compare. Lifetime friendships and knowledge that enhance careers, families, your community.

These study guides will help you learn about the various aspects that make up amateur radio.

Enjoy, and feel free to drop me an e-mail if you have any questions.

ARRL Study Guides

June 3, 2007

The ARRL publishes study guides for the Technician, General and Extra class licenses. You may find copies at Radio Shack, or order them from ARRL. ARRL Product Catalog

Gordon West Study Guides

August 25, 2007

Some prefer using Gordon West's Radio School study materials. Gordon West Radio School website

Alfa Zulu Study Guides

August 25, 2007

Some prefer using the Alfa & Zulu Technician study guide. Search the book section of Amazon.com website

Amateur Radio Handbook

June 3, 2007

I recommend that every amateur radio operator get a copy of "The Amateur Radio Handbook" published by the ARRL. It is loaded full of information.

Antenna Handbook

June 3, 2007

I also recommend that serious amateur radio operators get a copy of "The Antenna Handbook" published by the ARRL. It is very comprehensive, covering many topics on antenna and transmission lines. It will greatly help you make the most of your antenna situation.

Find out more by contacting:  rhashiro(remove this part)@hawaiiantel.net
Copyright © 1997-2015 Ron Hashiro
Updated: November 17, 2010
DISCLAIMER: Ron Hashiro Web Site is not responsible for the content at
any of the external sites that we link to and therefore
are not necessarily endorsed by us.