Amateur Radio (HAM), Trail Coms, and Navigation Resources

lelandEOD

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Aug 21, 2012
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Northern Nevada
 
... the hardest part was actually registering for the exam. Once I was committed, it was pretty easy to take a couple practice tests on hamexam.org before test day.
 

rusty_tlc

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Jun 23, 2005
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Reno, NV
 
 
 
... the hardest part was actually registering for the exam. Once I was committed, it was pretty easy to take a couple practice tests on hamexam.org before test day.
If you spend a few minutes a day doing the practice exams for a week almost anybody can pass Tech. Most of it is common sense.
 
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Jan 31, 2007
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Carson City NV
 
 
Well I finally did it. Got my Ham license:pig:. I will now be known as KJ7WRS on the air waves. Thanks to Totally Awesome Cruisers and Tony for including me and driving me to the Ham Cram. It was a day well spent. And you too Rusty for encouraging me to get one every time it came up. Now time to hook up the 2 meter Jack gave me:banana:. Ole Krusty will have a voice.
 

gregnash

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Yeah this is going to have to be one of the items on my "to-do" list for this year. Been wanting to do it for a couple years just never been available when they are here.
 
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