Amateur Radio License Information
If you are not a licensed amateur radio operator, but you are interested in becoming one,
you can get information on how to earn your license by contacting one of our club officers or members.
In order to obtain your license you will need to take the FCC examination from a ARRL authorized Volunteer Examiner for any of the three radio classes.
- The Technician class is the basic class. It requires a basic fundamental written test only, mostly rules.
- The General class requires some advanced knowledge of radio theory.
- The Amateur Extra class is the top dog. It requires an advanced knowledge of radio theory and is a written test only.
The best resource for getting started to get your Amateur Radio License is the
ARRL Getting Licensed page. There you will find more information about
the license classes, question and answer pools, and practice exams.
Here is a direct link to the 2014-2018 Technician Question Pool provide by The National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators.
When you are ready to take the exam, we can help you find VE Testing.