|Books - Amateur Radio|
for Radio Communications 2017
The ARRL Handbook is the greatest applied electronics and communications reference of all time (first published in 1926)! The content of this 93rd edition reflects the latest aspects of today’s Amateur Radio: fundamental electronics concepts, components and building blocks, analog and digital radio design, troubleshooting techniques, antennas and much more. Comb through its pages, and you will quickly see why generations of radio amateurs, engineers and technicians have relied on its thorough coverage of theory, references and practical projects. This edition is bundled with The ARRL Handbook CD (ver. 21.0)-- the complete and fully searchable book on CD-ROM (for Win XP to 10), including all the text and illustrations, as well as PC board templates, additional software and other support files. Entire sections of The Handbook were updated to reflect the most current state-of-the-art. New projects and information in this edition include:
A Revised Approach to Measuring Crystal Parameters,
A High-Performance IF and Dual-band Preamp Project,
Decoding Fox-1 Satellite Telemetry,
An RTL-SDR Receiver Project,
Updated Predictions for Solar Cycle 24 and Beyond,
Updated Details on the Placement of Filter Stubs,
A 30, 17, and 12 Meter Antenna Project and
A Raspberry Pi Network Server/Client for Antenna Rotators.
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