Ham Radio: The General License Guide To Understand Equipment And Become A Radio Amateur The Fast And Easy Way, Craig Barron
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Ham Radio: The General License Guide To Understand Equipment And Become A Radio Amateur The Fast And Easy Way

Author: Craig Barron

Narrator: Cyrus Nilo

Unabridged: 40 min

Format: Digital Audiobook

Publisher: Author's Republic

Published: 02/27/2018

Genre: Performing Arts - Radio - History & Criticism


Learn proven steps and strategies on how to start your Ham Radio and get a license to operate your radio! Today only, get this audio bestseller for a special price. Operating a ham radio Is fun and most people's interest in amateur radios are driven by the fun aspect of it. Asides the excitement, Amateur radio could be very helpful in emergency situations especially when other services are unavailable. A typical example of an emergency case is the 1992 Hurricane Andrew that hit South Florida. It destroyed the common means of communication, its antennas, utility grid, and its cellular networks were all destroyed leaving victims almost helpless. At that time, amateur radio was the only source of communication and some payphones that were connected with underground lines. They are also used for many other community services Radio Amateurs around the world provide a valuable community service. This audiobook will teach you how to operate one, learn about tuning to the right frequency, when to tune and making consistent contacts and much, much more. Here Is A Preview Of What You'll Learn... What is Ham Radio? Transmitting Licences Frequency Allocations and QSOs Equipment How to become a Radio Amateur And much, much more! Download your copy today! Take action today and download this audiobook now at a special price!


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