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A1200

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    A1200 got a reaction from sub68 in Ham radio   
    If you do go training route, still get the official books though as any instruction should follow the official syllabus.
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    A1200 got a reaction from sub68 in Ham radio   
    Last point I should mention how I passed. I did all three licence categories in the same year (I believe the USA has 3 too). How I did it I joined a local club. They put on classes which I did and passed each level 1st time. It's not for everyone and some clubs might be too far away or they may not host training sessions but that's how I did it anyway.
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    A1200 reacted to sub68 in Testing mdr 7506   
    thanks, I got these decks for free from a church
    most of the tapes came from family friends and on the side of the road
    now it like ether soundclould or spotify
    I have a bunch of metals but mostly normal tapes
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    A1200 reacted to sub68 in Ham radio   
    makes sense
    could be good starting
    https://www.youtube.com/user/hoshnasi
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    A1200 got a reaction from sub68 in Ham radio   
    In the UK the RSGB have official study books. I presume the ARRL has the same in the USA. Where are you located that will play a big part in what to study. 73 DE Mike M0SAZ.
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    A1200 got a reaction from sub68 in Ham radio   
    That's cool wasn't going to assume you are in the USA. I would start with the official books that way you learn for the exam. Beyond to that there's a zillion books on ham radio. Dummies does one and it is very US centric. Plenty of content on YouTube and so on. If you just want to get on the air study to pass not to learn everything, you can pick up subjects in more detail later - over learning is a thing when studying for any exam. As Morpheus said "free your mind".
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