Introduction:To Amateur Radio

Anyone can listen in to amateur radio transmissions. If you’re new to amateur radio, then listening-in for a while is a good way to get a feel for what is going on.

To become a radio amateur, licensed to transmit, you will need a brief period of study, and to pass a simple practical and theory examination.

In Trinidad and Tobago TTARL provides, the RSGB International Amateur Radio Examination to enable you to become a radio amateur — there is one level of study only

You will need to purchase the manual from RSGB book shop in the UK –> here is the link
http://www.rsgbshop.org/acatalog/Online_Catalogue_Training_19.html

International Amateur Radio Examination Manual

Edited By Dr. R C Whelan, G3PJT

The International Amateur Radio Examination Manual is designed to help students who are preparing for the European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) T/R 61-01 compliant exams, such as that run by the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB). Comprising both theory and practical tasks this manual can be used for group or individual study. Borrowing heavily on the three tier UK licenses study books produced by the RSGB this book provides all that is required for those studying the CEPT amateur radio syllabus. This book is fully compliant with the RSGB International Amateur Radio Exam which is used by many national administrations to grant amateur radio licenses. The International Amateur Radio Examination Manual is an important study aid and useful as a reference book for all radio amateurs.

© RSGB 2006, ISBN 1-905086-13-X size 210x297mm 132 pages

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Non Member’s Price £14.99

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