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Post Technician Review and Testing
on: November 29, 2012, 19:52

A Ham Radio Technician Review and license testing will be held January 12, 2013 at the Garland County Department of Emergency Management office, 401 Mid America Boulevard, Hot Springs, Arkansas.

The Review will begin at 8:00 AM, with testing starting at 1:00 PM. There is no fee for the review.

Students wishing to test will need to provide positive identification. The testing fee is $15.00, cash or check only. Individuals with prior ham radio credit will need to show a current license, or a FCC Certificate of Successful Completion of Examination (CSCE) in order to upgrade. All levels of FCC Amateur testing (Technician, General, and Extra) will be available.

Interested people may download the Technician Study Guide at this link:

Print the file and become thoroughly familiar with the contents. Usually, reading the document several times will be all that is needed to pass the test.

We will provide a Review where questions will be discussed and answered. Questions prior to the Review may be directed to:

J.M. Rowe - n5xfw (at)
Bob King - w5lvb (at)
Donna Jeffus - djeffus (at)

This class is sponsored by the Spa Amateur Radio Association, the Garland County Department of Emergency Management, and the Southwest Region of the Arkansas Hospital Association.

Please share this email with people that would have an interest.


J.M. Rowe
Arkansas RACES/ESF 2 Liaison Officer
Arkansas Army MARS
Interoperability Officer

Robert (Bob) King
Garland County Department of Emergency Management – Deputy Director / COM-L
Spa Amateur Radio Association, Inc. - President

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Post Re: Technician Review and Testing
on: November 25, 2014, 22:29

Link to the study guide doesnt work.

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