FCC General Radiotelephone Operator training – Basic Electronics & RF is a two-day hands-on training that covers both the theory and hands-on knowledge required to pass the FCC General Radiotelephone Operator License Exams – Element 1 and Element 3. This training course teaches the basic theory and techniques your team requires for understanding and maintaining radio systems. The FCC General Radiotelephone exam is not given during this training, but you will have the knowledge to pass the exam.
Element 1 – Covers basic radio law and operating practice that every maritime and general radio operator should be familiar with.
Element 3 – Covers electronic fundamentals and techniques required to adjust, repair, and maintain radio transmitters and receivers. FCC exam questions may cover operating procedures, radio wave propagation, radio practice, electrical principles, circuit components, practical circuits, signals and emission, and antennas and feed lines.
This course seeks to provide your team with the required knowledge and ability to successfully pass the FCC General Radiotelephone Operators License and more importantly, build a basic knowledge of electronics, RF and radio principles. Technicians and engineers will all benefit from this two-day course. The FCC General Radiotelephone Operators License training course will cover the following areas:
- Basic DC and electronics
- Ohms law and circuits
- Introduction to schematics
- Resistors, Capacitors and Inductors
- Semiconductors and IC’s
- AC electricity
- Modulation principles – AM, SSB, FM, Digital
- Power supplies and batteries
- FCC Rules and Regulations
- Marine communications
This FCC GROL course has been replaced with our four and half days (4.5 days) of electronics and radio for your team. This new extended version is an ideal way to provide your team with basic electronics training and FCC GROL training all in one. Information on this great course can be found at: http://www.singerexecutivedevelopment.com/basic-electronics-training-course/