Tech in a Day is a great way to get your first tier license. We offer classes several times a semester! Click: TIAD 4/20 Registration to register!
We offer a number of ways to get licensed:
There are three different licenses an amateur radio operator can earn. These include Technician, General, and Amateur Extra. What do you get for each license? Primarily frequency allocations. Check below to learn more...
- Technician: this is the most basic license, giving you access to primary VHF and UHF bands with some HF band allocations
- General: this license will get you a major gain in band allocations and is what you will want if you to work in the HF bands
- Amateur Extra: as the highest amateur radio license you can earn, the extra license gives you access to all bands allocated to amateur radio
Still confused? Head over to the American Radio Relay League (ARRL) page to find out more about what goes into getting your amateur radio license.
Our recorded lectures found here:
After reading through a study guide and/or question pool, it's a good idea to take a few practice tests. Practice tests can taken at the following websites:
- ARRL Exam Review
- AA9PW Practice Tests
- No Nonsense Study Guides – KB6NU’s Blog
- KB6NU FREE Technician study guide
- Quicksilver Radio Products Pass Your Test
- Copasetic Flows
There are also ham prep apps for both Android and iOS devices: