Technical and Education Videos
- Interested in becoming a Ham? Besides our training sessions several times a year, go through the Technician License Course set of videos. Subjects covered for all the FCC License exam questions.
- After you have viewed the videos take a Technician practice test HERE. Each time you test there a different selection of 35 questions will be asked.
- Use the ARRL Ham Radio License Manual, 4th edition, as your textbook to help you pass the Technician Class License exam.
General Class License Course presented by Gary Stevens (KE2GS)
- Welcome to my Amateur Radio General License Course. You will learn all the information required to pass the exam and perhaps even more. With a modest investment of time, your ability to communicate around the world will be greatly enhanced. – KE2GS
- After you have viewed the videos take a General practice test HERE. Each time you test there a different selection of 35 questions will be asked.
- The ARRL General Class License Manual, 9th edition has been updated for the latest changes in the FCC General license exam question pool. It will prepare you for the General license exam July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2023
- The Amateur Extra Class License is the top level of amateur radio licenses and conveys all amateur radio privileges. Watch these videos to learn all the information required to pass the exam and perhaps even more.
- After you have viewed the videos take a General practice test HERE. Each time you test there a different selection of 50 questions will be asked.
- The 12th Edition of the ARRL Extra Class License Manual For Ham Radio is a mandatory adjunct to this course. It will prepare you for the Extra Class License exam from July 1, 2020, to June 30, 2024.
Satellite Operations presented by Ron Mahn (KI4FR)
The SEPTEMBER 2020 Tech Night was presented by club member, past President and current Vice-President Ron Mahn, KI5FR. His topic is Satellite Operations: How do I get started?
Amateur Radio Filters presented by Bob Walker (N4CU)
The OCTOBER 2020 Tech Night was presented by club member, past President, Bob Walker, N4CU. His topic wil is “ Amateur Radio Filters: How are you using them from VHF to Audio?”
WinLink: Email over Amateur Radio presented by Bob Murphy (KI4MEU)
Our January 2021 Tech Night was presented by our President, Bob Murphy – KI4MEU. Bob reviews what WinLink is and how to use it.
The Intricacies of On Line Exams presented by Bruce Adams (KA5DLV)
Our February 2021 Tech Night was presented by our Bruce Adams, KA5DLV. Bruce examins the Intricacies of On Line Exams.
CW Academy presented by Rich Girardin (N4DPM)
The March 2021 Tech Night was presented by Rich Girardin, N4DPM. Rich talked about the CW Academy .
Hurricane Katrina Communications Ops presented by Ray Crepeau (K1HG)
The April 2021 Tech Night was about Ray Crepeau and his wife, Daisy, assisting with communications in the Hurricane Katrina aftermath.
FCC Radio Frequency Exposure Rules – How Radio Amateur must evaluate Human Exposure from their Stations Differently beginning May 3rd, 2021
Go Box and Go Kit Presentation – A presentation by Alex Barthe’, KC7MEX, of his Go Box and discussions on how to build one. May 27, 2021 NOARC Tech Night.
Field Day 2021 A fun little video of our Field Day exercise, June 26th, 2021. Original video was without sound, so music has been added.
Grounding and Bonding – A presentation by Mike Behr, W4BZM on Grounding and Bonding. Included is a video: Grounding and Bonding – The Essentials By Ward Silver, N0AX
Overview of grounding and bonding in the ham station. Covers ac safety, lightning protection, and RF management with an emphasis on HF.
Presented at the First QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo, August 2020
All QSO Today Virtual Ham Expo presentation Videos at: https://www.qsotodayhamexpo.com/vod-list.html
NOARC Station Overview – A presentation by Rich Girardin, N4DPM of NOARC’s clubhouse and radios. Recorded through Zoom, 23 September 2021
NOARC’s GCVTN, and NVIS Antennas – Presented by Craig Young, KK4WDQ. Recorded through Zoom 28 October 2021.