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How to become a ham radio operator

Get Acces to a book called "NO-CODE PLUS" you can find it at your local Radio Shack, study every question over until you know them by heart, believe me, its not as hard as it looks, just make sure that you study and understand each question.

Try these practice Ham Exam's

 
Novice Technician General Advanced Extra

Once you've done that, call this number 1-888-225-5322 and ask them when and where the closest and earliest test date will be, 73 & good luck.



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After you pass your exam., don't forget to read the Rules & Regulations - Part 97 before operating your equiptment.


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