Lesson 8 – Technician, Subelement T2B

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Topics:
VHF/UHF operating practices; SSB phone, FM repeater, simplex, frequency offsets, splits and shifts, CTCSS, DTMF, tone squelch, carrier squelch, phonetics

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

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

3 Responses to “Lesson 8 – Technician, Subelement T2B”

  • Winter:

    19-10-12ju4you mówi: JeÅ›li jesteÅ› jednÄ… z tych co “mam od dziecka cienie pod oczami” to wedÅ‚ug moich spostrzeżeÅ„ niestety nic na to aktualnie nie poradzisz. Jakby to powiedzieć, taka Twoja natura… Jedyne co możesz temu zaradzić na teraz to korektor pod oczy i nie przemÄ™czać wzroku nipnosyeiadiem, zarywaniem nocy, żeby nie pogarszać i tak już nieciekawego efektu0 0Odpowiedź byÅ‚a pomocna?

  • Leslye Mogford:

    Hello,

    I am someone in pursuit of a callsign. I have been using your courses to study for the test. I find your courses most helpful. I took a bit of a hiatus from study and when I tried to return to your lessons, I discovered that the slides will no longer load. Would you mind troubleshooting the problem and getting back to me.

    Thank you,

    Leslye Mogford

  • Steve 2hs272 (hamsphere):

    Hi there, I am 73 (no pun intended) years old and I find your lessons easy for me to assimilate. I’ll let you know If I get my TECH.

    73’s

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