We make it easy to take an exam, to get your ham radio license, no matter which element you take. We use the Zoom platform and ExamTools.
How to get started
The first thing is to get your FRN ( FCC Registration Number )at https://apps.fcc.gov/coresWeb/publicHome.do
After you have your FRN # and you are passing a practice exam at 80%. Then go to www.hamstudy.org and find a session. My session are listed under my call sign w4wre. We test every Saturday at 7:00 pm EST. After register you will receive an email with instructions on how to pay your exam fee, After I receive your payment you will get instructions for Zoom.
You need a pc and phone on Zoom. To register click the link below
To Study on your own download the study guides below:
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Amateur Radio Practice Exam Sites
Hamstudy.org Great site https://hamstudy.org/
HamExam.org Amateur Radio Practice Exams
AA9PW amateur exam practice website
ARRL Exam Review for Ham Radio™
eHam.net Ham Exams
LEVEL 1: Technician Class License
- Exam Requirement: 35-question Technician Written Exam (Element 2).
- Privileges: All VHF/UHF Amateur bands (frequencies above 30 MHz).
Limited operations in certain HF bands.
The FCC Technician License exam covers basic regulations, operating practices and electronics theory, with a focus on VHF and UHF applications. Morse code is not required for this license. With a Technician Class license, you will have all ham radio privileges above 30 MHz. These privileges include the very popular 2-meter band. Many Technician licensees enjoy using small (2 meter) hand-held radios to stay in touch with other hams in their area. Technicians may operate FM voice, digital packet (computers), television, single-sideband voice and several other interesting modes. You can even make international radio contacts via satellites, using relatively simple station equipment. Technician licensees now also have additional privileges on certain HF frequencies. Technicians may also operate on the 80, 40 and 15 meter bands using CW, and on the 10 meter band using CW, voice and digital modes.
- Before you can get on the air, you need to be licensed and know the rules to operate legally. US licenses are good for 10 years before renewal and anyone may hold one except a representative of a foreign government.