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Amateur Radio Organizations that have found some value in these materials:

Newark Amateur Radio Association - Ohio
Zanesville Amateur Radio Club - Ohio
Mt. Vernon Amateur Radio Club - Ohio
McMinn County Amateur Radio Club - Tennesee
Monroe Amateur Radio Club - Tennesee
Kamiak Butte Amateur Repeater Association - Washington
Tulsa Amateur Radio Club - Oklahoma
San Antonio Radio Club - TExas
San Antonio Area Hams - Texas
Texas A&M University Amateur Radio Club - Texas

Instructors and Individuals that have found some value in these materials:

KI4MNM -- (Boy Scouts)
KE7PIB -- (Wayne, thanks for the Feedback and Correction!)

(If you or your organization is not listed, send me an email and let me know how these resources have helped you.  73, N8KBR)

I recommend you visit Bob's Sites at:

Bob, K3DIO, has put some significant work into some Powerpoint slides and other material which help you study and/or teach.  Don't be afraid to send him an email and thank him.

Amateur Radio Exam Study Guides

General Class License Study Guide
(For use after July 1, 2007 through June 2011)
Figure G7-1 Component Symbol Primer

Technician Class License Study Guide
(For use after July 1, 2010 through June 2014)

Compliments of:  Earl --

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