RADAR Technology


RADAR Technology

The objective of this course of study is to prepare prospective students to successfully pass the Radar Endorsement written examination. The course also serves as a refresher for those who have not been in training for some time and would like to update their knowledge of radar. A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the program and when all tuition and fees are paid in full. Licensure is available but not a requirement to complete the course. In order to receive an FCC License a student must pass the exam, certify that they are eligible under FCC Licensure eligibility section 95.5 of the Commission’s rules. The FCC website is at www.fcc.gov. Equipment the students may use includes, but is not limited to, desktop computers, oscilloscopes, and volt-ohmmeters.

RADAR
This course will review and prepare for testing in Element 8, which covers RADAR principles, systems, installation, maintenance, and repairs.

Location

Advanced Training Associates is conveniently located in East County, serving the communities of El Cajon, Santee, Lemon Grove, La Mesa, Lakeside, Alpine, Chula Vista, Spring Valley, Mission Valley and San Diego.