Friday, June 25, 2010

Lesson 15: Technician Class Exam Prep T5A

And once again, here is the latest lesson installment to prepare you for the Technician Class Amateur Radio exam.  In this lesson, we go over the T5A section of the question pool which cover basic electrical principles.  There are a few basics which you will need to memorize if you (like me) have erased most of your high school physics class out of your memory.  They are:

-Current is measured in Amperes.
-The rate at which electrical energy is used is called Power.
-Electrical power is measured in Watts.
-Electromotive Force (EMF) is also known as Voltage and is measured in Volts.

Until the next installment...



  1. Here are some direct links to the questions and corresponding answers in the video.

    Q1 A1

    Q2 A2

    Q3 A3

    Q4 A4

    Q5 A5

    Q6 A6

    Q7 A7

    Q8 A8

    Q9 A9

    Q10 A10

    Q11 A11

  2. Power is measured in watts not amperes. question 1 says answer is D not B