From The WB7TJD Wiki
- Other Related Pages and Links:
- Superstition ARC Elmers: These people can help with questions or assistance.
- Amateur Radio Classes to help you get your license
- East Mesa VE Team will give you the license exam
- QRZ.COM Name Search Page
- FCC.GOV License Search
- Use these tools to Find Your New Ticket
Summer Class -
July 13, 2013
Additional info from Bob:
Entry level Technician amateur radio license class starts Saturday, July 13th, 10:00AM to 1:00PM at the Arizona Science Center.
For additional on-line info about the Tech license go to the WWW.ARRL.ORG web page. They have lots of information for the beginning ham at
You can do practice exams at QRZ.com Testing
For Amateur Radio clubs in your area go to ARRL.org Clubs
Before the first class go to http://www.arrl.org/getting-licensed and The Ham Radio License Support Pages at:
--73 Bob Burleson KG7QJ
- 480-961-1109 firstname.lastname@example.org
-- From KG7QJ
To register or find more information please call Bob KG7QJ at 480-961-1109.
ARRL Link for Classes
Visit ARRLWeb: Find an Amateur Radio Class in Your Area for class information posted on the national website of the ARRL to search for upcoming classes in your area.
In addition to that resource, I appreciate you sending me local Phoenix-area, and especially Mesa, AZ area class information so that I may keep this page up-to-date.
Two Mesa-area class providers' Contact info
* Lawrence M. Randall, KA7UIH
* Bob Burleson, KG7QJ
If you don't see it here, and you don't see it on the ARRL site, feel free to drop an email to request further plans for classes.
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