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Interested in learning about Amateur Radio? The Cambridge Amateur Radio Club will be offering the course in the fall. Details below:
There are self-study options that are available outside of our classes, and of course, if you have any questions at all, members of our club are always more than interested to help you understand the content. Please note, we are not able to provide one on one tutoring for all chapters, but if you get stuck with a concept, we can help.
There are two options that you can choose:
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Both services offer a preparation package of sorts, for before you write the exam.
We also recommend Lynda, which is free with your Idea Exchange membership card. Within Lynda, you'll find three separate electronics courses, which explain everything from NPN, PNP, MOSFETS, basic electrical theory, and almost everything you need to understand about for the advanced license, except antennas. Just search "electrical," and you'll find the three courses, led by Barron Stone. These courses are more geared towards everything covered in the advanced license.
Don't have an Idea Exchange Membership or from outside Cambridge? You may still be able to get access under certain conditions. Visit the Idea Exchange Website for more details. Also, your local Library or College/University may also have access to the Lynda platform. You may wish to inquire about availability if you are outside of Cambridge.