Lesson 35 – Technician, Subelement T0C

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RF hazards; radiation exposure, proximity to antennas, recognized safe power levels, exposure to others

Self-Test Answer Key:
1. D | 2. B | 3. C | 4. D | 5. D | 6. D | 7. B | 8. A | 9. B | 10. A | 11. C

Andy, KE4GKP, is the author of The Ham Whisperer’s Technician Class License Course.

One Response to “Lesson 35 – Technician, Subelement T0C”

  • Herman:

    Ham Radio (Amateur Radio) is a very valuable rrucseoe, especially in times like this. Every country should have a cadre of licensed, experienced Hams at the ready should an emergency arise and require quick, reliable, fail-safe, and direct communications!

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