Just a few short years ago, lots of people thought that the hobby of ham radio would be almost completely dead by now, but the opposite has happened — ham radio is officially more popular than ever, and nearly a million people in the US have an amateur radio license. Many people thought that the internet would kill amateur radio, but it actually helped it grow, by increasing the number of things you can do with a ham radio license, and by making the information on how to do it accessible to all. There are probably millions of people out there who had never heard of ham radio until they learned about it on the World Wide Web. In order to pursue the hobby of ham radio, a person needs a license from the federal government. There used to be six different kinds of licenses, but a while back the licensing process was streamlined, and now there are only three — Technician, General, and Extra.
Ham Radio Extra Class Practice Test
Amateur Extra () « NC4FB Amateur Radio
Call Search. New to Ham Radio? My Profile. Select the exam you would like to take below by selecting the button next to the license class. Then click on the 'Take Exam' button. You will be given a mock exam. Select your answer to each question and then submit them to the eHam.
Additional reference material is listed on my Study Materials page. How does the modulation index of a phase-modulated emission vary with RF carrier frequency the modulated frequency? Which of the following data are used by the APRS network to communicate your location? In the antenna radiation pattern shown in Figure E, what is the front-to-back ratio?
The Amateur Extra license exam is a 50 question test drawn from a pool of questions. The question pool is divided into 10 subelements [E0—E9]. Each subelement is subdivided into topics groups. There are 50 topics represented in the question pool. The questions and associated answer choices will be shuffled on the license exam.