This is a study guide for the FCC Element 3 exam for the General Radiotelephone Operator License (GROL). Each chapter contains an explanation of the material on that section of the exam and includes all of the possible test questions with the correct answers shown.
Most persons taking the exam for the GROL will have some background in electronics, and some chapters will serve as a review of what
This study guide was written for the benefit of first-year law students, but it’s probably also useful for those preparing for the multistate bar exam, or even the essay portion of the bar exam. It is a very fast overview of the material taught in the torts class of most U.S. law schools.
This is a study guide for the General Class FCC Amateur (Ham) Radio license. Even if you have minimal background in radio or electronics, you will be able to pass the test after reading this study guide. All of the material is presented in an easy to understand manner, and each section is followed by the actual questions that will appear on the test.
A previously unknown virus almost immediately kills most of the world's population. Only a handful of survivors remain, all isolated.
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This is a study guide to help you pass the FCC test for the beginning level Amateur (Ham) Radio license, the Technician license. Even if you have no background in radio or electronics, you will be able to pass the test by using this guide. All of the concepts are explained in the most basic terms, and each section of the book is followed by the actual questions you will see on the test.