Correct Radio Amateur Answer Manual
The Correct Radio Amateur Answer Manual (CRAAM) was produced to help people to obtain their Amateur Radio License. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) requires that all amateur radio operators (hams) must pass a written test to obtain a license. As with all federal tests, the actual question pool, and answers, including distractors, are published for review. This book presents all of the questions, and ONLY the right answers. Other books publish the distractor answers, and that makes it confusing to remember which is the right answer. A number of great amateur radio trainers suggest that you NOT look at the distractors, or that you should even highlight the right answers, while ignoring the wrong ones. With this manual, you don't have to do that, all you get is the right answers.
The CRAAM is available on Amazon, by clicking this link, for just $19.99. A Kindle version is now available for only $2.99 and you can get a $.99 Kindle copy, when you purchase a paper copy. This manual is also available for free loan in the Kindle Lending Library. Remember, this covers the Technician, General, and Extra question pools. Order today!
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This manual was developed to use your short term memory to pass the Volunteer Examiner Led tests in your area. Do your reading within 48 hours of the test time to maximize this short term gain. Yes, you'll need to know a LOT more, once you obtain your license. That's the time to actually learn the tasks that you need. Local hams serve as mentors, or Elmers, in the ham vocabulary and you'll find darn near everything amateur radio related on either Google, or YouTube. Heck, take that amateur radio class AFTER you get your license. You'll learn a lot more usefull information if your not stressed about taking the test.
That's the question we hear the most. We're not sure why you'd want to see the wrong answers. The distractors are listed so the Volunteer Examiners can build standard tests. This manual was built to help our local hams obtain their Extra Class license, and they wanted all three levels for their friends to become licensed as well. Why study something that's not correct?
So, you're ready to go now, and don't want to wait for the paper version? The CRAAM is available in the Kindle ebook format on Amazon, by clicking this link, for just $2.99. You can also get the Kindle version for $.99, when you purchase a paper copy. For those of you that are members of the Kindle Unlimited program, you also get the book for FREE.
The Technician Question Pool used in this book will be valid until June 30, 2018.
The General Question Pool used in this book will be valid until June 30, 2019.
The Extra Question Pool used in this book will be valid until June 30, 2020.
These manuals are printed to order, and shipped direct to your location. Delivery takes about a week.
These manuals are also available for a reduced price, at meetings and hamfests frequented by the South Canadian Amateur Radio Society (SCARS). SCARS is based in Norman, OK, and more information is available on their W5NOR meeting website.
These manuals are available in larger quantities, for your local club training needs, or for resale through other channels. Please contact Mark Kleine N5HZR.
Once you get licensed, you might want to learn Morse Code. Visit the N5HZR Learn Morse Web Tool to start your free online 20 lessons.