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Old 02-25-2019, 01:46:00 AM
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Default Re: HAM Radio, Radio Amateurs, Morse Code, etc.

Hey long time license holders.
Try the current tests Len posted in #14. Questions and material covered sure changed. (nothing about triodes, pentodes, rectifier tubes- in fact the questions I got had nothing about tubes at all)
I had to think for some, get paper and pencil for a few. Got the technician and general questions, did not quite pass the extra! (shhh)

Glad I took the tests when they focused on tubes. I would have to study some to pass extra today.
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