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Old 09-04-2018, 11:33 AM
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Smile Took My Test Last Night...

Took my test last night...

Knew 33 of 35 answers.

I'm now KN4OTS

Now it's on to bigger and better things. Watch out gang... here I come. 😀

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Hey Congrats on the Ticket Pass--Take Your Time / Join a Club and Just have Fun--You can Learn alot from Club Members --Helped Me Out thru the Years
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Congratulations, pretty good call sign there. Was that by chance, or a vanity call?
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Old 09-05-2018, 5:34 AM
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Not a vanity... ULS License - Amateur License - KN4OTS - Leavitt Jr, Harley N
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Took my test last night...

Knew 33 of 35 answers.

I'm now KN4OTS

Now it's on to bigger and better things. Watch out gang... here I come. 😀

73's to ya...

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Harley KN4OTS,

Congratulations on getting your ticket to the ham bands! Enjoy!

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Congratulations de N4GIX.
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Hello, is there a book to study for the test ? id like to get started on my journey into this World of advanced communications. Thank you
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Congratulations on getting your license and welcome to the hobby.

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Hello, is there a book to study for the test ? id like to get started on my journey into this World of advanced communications. Thank you
Visit the American Radio Relay League's (ARRL) website for some books and other literature. It is found at Home.

You can also Google "Amateur Radio Technician License Study Guide" and you will get a lot of results too.

Start a new thread of your own and carry on this discussion. Welcome to Radio Reference!

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Congrats and enjoy, it/can be a life time hobby, so many things and paths to do.
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Which one? I thought I would give it a shot so I took the Tech and General the same day and got both.
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