Ham Radio As Seen on TV Quiz on the ARRL’s Website

My morning surf has brought me to the ARRL’s website with a nice little quiz about Ham Radio that has been on TV and in Hollywood. The recent news in the community about Tim Allen’s new TV show giving Ham Radio some “props”, has inspired this.

Do Not Adjust Your Set..

This quiz is thanks in part to the websites of AD7DB, KB9MWR and AC6V for the references. As I went through looking at it, some were pretty easy, and some were a little tougher. I didn’t check my answers to see how I did. I wanted to see what you posted for your results first. I know this is a pop quiz, but hey, my teacher did it to me in school, and I’m sure he/she did it to you too. So take the quiz and let us know how you did.





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Rich Gattie, KB2MOB, is a regular contributor to AmateurRadio.com and writes from New York, USA. Contact him at [email protected].

One Response to “Ham Radio As Seen on TV Quiz on the ARRL’s Website”

  • Omer Fournier AD7DY:

    Well, I missed 3 (numbers 5,6, and 8), as well as the Bonus (Duh!). What do I win? Anyway, it was fun! 73 to all!

    Omer, AD7DY

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