Intermediate Licence Manual for Radio Amateurs

| March 13, 2019

by G. Smart M1GEO, D. Mills G7UVW & R. Bleaney M0RBK

Syllabus 2019 Edition – for exams from September 2019 onwards

This is the latest book for those studying for their Intermediate Amateur radio licence. The Intermediate Licence Manual contains all of the information required for those seeking to upgrade their Foundation callsign.

Designed to cover all elements of the Amateur Radio Intermediate licence syllabus, this second RSGB course-book The Intermediate Licence Manual is written in an easy to understand style. The new material that was originally in the Full licence syllabus is all included along with updated sections that now cover new topics such as software defined radio. Broken down into familiar chapters such as Licence Conditions, Basic Electronics, Transmitters & Receivers and Antennas, this book contains both the theory needed and details of the practical exercises. There is plenty of helpful advice, including important safety tips and advice about how best to approach the practical assessments and the written or online exams.

Simply put The Intermediate Licence Manual is THE book for those working to pass the Amateur Radio Intermediate Licence exam.

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Corrections and updates

We are currently shipping the 1st edition of this book and updates to this edition are provided below.  These are picked up as the book is reprinted and there are often a number of printings in circulation, so it is worth checking your copy against the updates below.  We are currently shipping the 2019 printing of the book

Page v, column 1, 2nd paragraph
Please ignore the first three lines of this paragraph.  There is no chapter 17 as the intention to produce sample questions was dropped before the book was finally printed.

Page 32, column 3, 4th paragraph
Please change the worked example to read as follows.

Power supplied to amplifier =
13.4 Volts x 15 Amps = 201 Watts

For clarity you may also amend the following text although the original is correct.

the power leaving the amplifier
= 0.35 x 201 Watts
= 70.35 Watts

Page 34, Figure 7.15
Please amend the caption image to read ‘Circuit diagram of the TRF receiver input stage’

Page 35, Figure 7.20
Please replace this image with the one below.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

No other corrections have been reported at this time

 

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