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This is the amateur radio book you want on the very day you get your new ham radio license. (Of course, you can use it after that, too.)
You’ve studied. You’ve passed the test. You’ve received your call sign. But what do you do next?
This book will provide the answer. It contains the things they don’t tell you when you’re studying for your license, but that you need to know as soon as you’ve got it. It includes 34 easy projects to help you grow your identity as a Ham, buy and set up your first radio, overcome the obstacles to getting on the air, and become part of the amateur radio community around you.
With this book you’ll avoid some of the mistakes beginners often make. You’ll never have to flail around, wondering what to do or how to do it. When you complete these projects you’ll not only have your amateur radio “ticket,” you’ll know how to use it.
Written by Amateur Extra class ham radio operator, Stan W. Merrill, call sign AI7E, it picks out the key things you’ll use daily from among the many you had to study to get your license. It guides you through the experiences you need in order to operate your radio as a new Ham in the United States.

Publication date‏:‎March 27, 2019
File size‏:‎4949 KB
Simultaneous device usage‏:‎Unlimited
Enhanced typesetting‏:‎Enabled
X-Ray‏:‎Not Enabled
Word Wise‏:‎Not Enabled
Print length‏:‎164 pages