The ARRL 2015 Handbook for Radio Communictions | 602 MB
The ARRL H&book is widely used by radio amateurs as a reliable & highly-respected guide to station design, construction, modification, & repair. Introduced in 1926 as the Radio Amateur s H&book, each edition has remained true to this publishing legacy: a concise source of reference & information for applied radio electronics & experimentation. Chapter by chapter, you will discover the theory, practical information & construction details to exp& your knowledge & skill as an Amateur Radio operator & experimenter.
This ninety-second edition of The H&book is at the forefront of the growing field of wireless telecommunications. The book covers not only the fundamentals of radio electronics analog & digital but also practical circuit & antenna design, computer-aided design, digital operating modes, equipment troubleshooting, & reducing RF interference. Many projects & construction articles are included to help enhance your station & exp& your participation as an active radio experimenter. Practical applications & solutions make The ARRL H&book a must-have for hobbyists & technical professionals, finding its way onto workbenches, operating desks, & into university libraries & classrooms.