Updated for 2014, the No-Nonsense Technician Class License Study Guide remains one of the best ways to study for your Tech license. It clearly and succinctly explains the concepts, while at the same time, give you the answers to all of the questions that you’ll find on the test.
Here’s an example:
Hams obey Ohm’s Law!
Ohm’s Law is the relationship between voltage, current, and the resistance in a DC circuit. The most basic equation for Ohm’s Law is
E =I ×R
In other words, when you know the current going into a circuit and the resistance of the circuit, the formula used to calculate voltage across the circuit is voltage (E) equals current (I) multiplied by resistance (R). (T5D02)
Read through the study guide a couple of times, take some practice tests online, and you’ll be ready for the test in no time!
This is the Amazon Kindle version. An ePub (Nook) version is also available.