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  • Amateur Radio Quiz: No Guessing

    06/20/2012. By H. Ward Silver, N0AX n0ax@arrl.net. You'll have to work extra hard on this quiz because it's not a “multiple guess.” Some answers may require a little calculation, some may require exercising the memory banks -- and all will require a little head scratching. 1. Where would you tune for a signal that has the  ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: Ham Horizons

    Oct 6, 2012 ... The third principle -- encouragement and improvement of the Amateur Service through rules which provide for advancing skills in both the communication and technical phases of the art -- has been a hallmark of the Amateur Radio Service from the beginning. This quiz lists a few of those pioneers and their ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: As Seen on TV!

    01/07/2012. By H. Ward Silver, N0AX n0ax@arrl.net. With ham radio getting a little exposure in the form of Mike Baxter, KA0XTT, on the hit ABC comedy Last Man Standing, let's have some fun remembering some other hammy appearances in the media (Thanks to the AD7DB, KB9MWR and AC6V websites for the ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: Book 'Em!

    Feb 24, 2013 ... The great tradition of self-learning and mutual education is alive and well at the outset of Amateur Radio's second century. The success of that tradition leans heavily on the books -- and now websites -- of amateurs willing to share their radio know-how with others. This month's quiz touches on publications ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: Specs or Pepper?

    12/06/2012. By H. Ward Silver, N0AX n0ax@arrl.net. Pondering a possible purchase puts the potential pocketbook provider in a pickle! Unless, that is, they are a savvy savant of specifications. This quiz will lead you through a jumbled jam of jargon to see how well you speak the language of the specification! 1) Which one of ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: A Log of dBs

    Jan 29, 2013 ... If there is a single unit of measurement beyond volts and amps that can be considered nearly ubiquitous in ham radio, it would have to be our friend, the dee -bee or dB. Key to computing values in dB is the logarithm, so this quiz also combines the two -- are you ready? Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: The Yagi Antenna

    03/02/2009. 1) A parasitic element... a. is connected to the feed line. b. is not connected to the feed line. c. must be parallel to the feed line. d. is only for mechanical balance. 2) Directors are (longer) (shorter) than reflectors. 3) Directors are (longer) (shorter) than the driven element. 4) Second directors are ( longer) (shorter) ... Learn More

  • National Association for Amateur Radio Website Search

    Results 73 - 80 of 174 ... Feature. 08/04/2012 | Amateur Radio Quiz: The Ins-and-Outs of the Bits-and- Pieces. Once the homebuilding bug bites, you'll be using a whole new set of jargon: acronyms, color codes, numbering conventions, parameters, measurements and more. Here are some questions about the many interesting ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: Workbench Wisdom

    03/04/2010. By H. Ward Silver, N0AX ARRL Contributing Editor n0ax@arrl.org. March 4, 2010. Even though you might be an inveterate tinkerer and builder, it's occasionally a good idea to put down those hot irons, sweep off the workbench and turn off the test equipment. This quiz is for you! 1) An Arduino is a type of ... Learn More

  • Amateur Radio Quiz: Contest Season Refresher

    09/02/2012. By H. Ward Silver, N0AX n0ax@arrl.net. The fall and winter months are packed with contests for every taste: DX, domestic, single-band and specialty events of every stripe. Shake off a little rust with this quiz and get ready to put some QSOs in the log. Remember, too, if you're not a contest aficionado, most major ... Learn More