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- Live equipment demonstrations, including emergency communications.
- Training on how to operate through local radio repeater systems.
- Radio demonstrations of radio internet linking, and computer communications.
- Multiple choice examinations with no Morse code test required.
Ham radio operators provide valuable communications in an emergency. Many cities throughout the country use ham radio operators to support Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training and actual call-outs. This weekend class will feature live ham radio equipment for everyone to learn how to operate. With homework before, spend a Saturday learning to pass your amateur radio Element 2 Technician Class examination.
Saturday, 8am – 5pm
Classroom Dates for 2021:
Norman P. Murray Community & Senior Center, 24932 Veterans Way, Mission Viejo, CA 92692
Gordon West 2018 Technician Study Manual (~$25) ISBN-13: 978-0945053903
(Available for mail order from Amazon or local pick up at Ham Radio Outlet in Anaheim.)
Please register by completing the form below. Mention desired date. Walk-ins will be accommodated if space is available.
South Orange Amateur Radio Association (www.soara.org)
Steve Kuver, K6UVR@soara.org (Education Director)
Heiko Peschel, AD6OI@soara.org or (949)859-3868
Required Homework: (Obsolete / not necessary, but still useful to complete [page numbers will not match the new book])
US Amateur Radio Bands Chart from ARRL
Technician “Memorization” Study Sheet from MicroHAMS
ARRL US Band Plan
Personal Go-Kit Presentation from KE7HLRClint Bradford K6LCS’s Southern California Amateur Radio Repeater List (Q2 2014)
Clint Bradford K6LCS’s Quick Programming Yeasu FT-60R (Single Page)
Gordon West WB6NOA’s Socal 100 Repeater List