This page is updated to reflect the latest information on the ham license course, and its contents are accurate as far as I know - Doug Elliott, LARC Education Coordinator. If you have any questions, please contact me at email@example.com .
|Sep 8||1||Introduction and Overview (Held at Byron fire hall)|
|Sep 15||2||Current, Voltage, Resistance (All other sessions at Beacock Library)|
|3||Ohms Law, Power|
|Sep 22||4||Inductors, Capacitance, transformers, reactance, impedance, resonance|
|Sep 29||5||Waves, wavelength, frequency and bands|
|Oct 6||No Class - Thanksgiving Weekend|
|Oct 13||7||Transmission Lines|
|Oct 20||9||active devices, diodes, transistors and tubes|
|Oct 27||10||Power Supplies|
|11||Establishing and equipping an amateur station|
|Nov 3||12||Routine Operation of an amateur station|
|Nov 10||13||Modulation and Transmitters|
|Nov 24||15||Radio Frequency Interference|
|Dec 8||Exam||100 Multiple Choice Questions|
Stay tuned for more details, and feel free to contact the Education Coordinator with any questions not answered below:
Doug Elliott VA3DAE
cell: (519) 630-8925
What if I have to miss a session? Most students miss one or two sessions for various reasons. This isn't usually a problem, as long as you:
Will the fee still be $100, same as last year? This is yet to be decided. There are additional costs associated with adding 2 more sessions to the course.
What if I already have the Study Guide? The course fee includes $50 for the Study guide we provide, which is essentially our cost. If you already have the Study Guide, we will reduce the fee by $50.
Is there a yearly renewal fee once I get my ham license? No, your license is yours for life, with no additional fees. However, we'd love to have you join the London Amateur Radio Club, which does have a low yearly membership fee. The first year is free as part of the course.