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ARRL Licensing Study Guides Coming to an eBook Reader Near You

Discussion in 'ARRL Updates' started by ARRL, Dec 9, 2009.

  1. ARRL

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    Nov 15, 2008
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    ARRL is pleased to announce that owners of Kindle -- an electronic book reader sold by Amazon.com -- can now download ARRL's Tech Q&A directly from the online bookseller for use on their Kindle. Kindle is shaped much like a book with a paper-like screen that displays text and pictures. Those who have the Kindle application installed on their Apple iPhone or iPod touch can also download the book to be used on these devices. When you download the Tech Q&A, you can gain access quickly and easily, smoothing the path to your first ham radio license within minutes. This ideal study tool -- whether you’re at home, in the office, traveling or just on the go -- lets you review the questions and answers from the entire Technician question pool so you can pass the 35-question exam. Kindle versions of the General Q&A and the Amateur Extra Q&A will be available sometime in January. All three can be purchased from Amazon.com for $9.99 each.


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