The Variable Frequency Technician* - Return To Techno EP (Vinyl)
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When you’re getting started, remembering where you’re allowed to operate is important. As a Technician licensee, you have free access to all amateur frequencies above 50 MHz, but what about on the shortwave high-frequency (HF) bands? This chart helps you follow the rules. A band-by-band plan showing where to find different types of activity is [ ].
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Technician A says that a burned valve is a possible cause. Technician B says that a defective cylinder #4 injector or spark plug wire could be the cause. Which technician is correct?. The correct answer is C. Two technicians are discussing how to perform a road test to verify the customer's concerns about noise from the engine.
Technician Class Frequency Privileges ( watt PEP max) These are the frequencies allocated for us to Technician class operators after passing the written (element 2) exam. There is an inverse proportional relationship between frequency and wavelength.
The colored bands shows in what frequency area you should boost if you want more Weight, Warmth, Knock, Definition & Bite, Clarity and Air & Sparkle to your instrument. For example: Analogue Kick’s epicentre is usually around the 60Hz area. That’s where it’s presence is. If you want to add more weight to it, use equalizer and boost.
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