RTTY/PSK31 for Radio Amateurs
By Roger Cooke, G3LDI
Data modes appear to be a daunting prospect to newly licensed radio amateurs, but they do not have to be. This book is a practical guide to the two most popular data modes, RTTY and PSK31. RTTY is the oldest real Data mode and was first used on the amateur bands over 50 years ago. In those days it was a complex mode to use, with teleprinters and home made transmitters to modify. However, in the computer age, it is much easier to both use and set up. RTTY and PSK31 for Radio Amateurs provides you will all you need to know to get the most out of this fascinating area of amateur radio. Readers will find details of where to find data modes on the amateur bands, through getting started, to making the most from both these modes. DXpeditions and contests use these modes and there is lots of information on getting the best from these too.
The free CD that accompanies this book provides an A-Z of amateur radio data mode programs to get you started. You will also find reviews of equipment, lots of reference material and web links, essential reading for anybody interested in Data. 32 pages. ©, published by the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB).
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