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Reviews Summary for The ARRL Handbook for Radio Amateurs (2001)
The ARRL Handbook for Radio Amateurs (2001) Reviews: 1 Average rating: 4.0/5 MSRP: $32
Description: This is the 78th edition of THE standard reference book for radio amateurs, electronics technicians and professional engineers. 1200 pages translate theory into practice through the large variety of hands-on-projects packed into THE ARRL HANDBOOK. From Antennas to Zener diodes, Transceivers to Switching Power Supplies, HF and VHF Propagation to Power Amplifiers—it’s covered in this edition. Among the newest material is a chapter on digital signal processing, a remote-controlled automatic antenna switch and computer hardware.
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KC8RVI Rating: 4/5 Sep 2, 2001 22:36 Send this review to a friend
Holy smokes! It's DETAILED!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
As a new ham, I'm overwhelmed (in a good way) with the info in this book. I am going to read the Fundamental Theory sections, build myself a dipole antenna, and leave the rest for reference. I had hoped for a section on operating practices, common customs and courtesies on various modes and bands (anyone have a suggestion for a book with this kind of info?). I can see why people call it THE reference book for amateur radio. Well organized and will be a valued reference book for this new ham.

Just be careful to not drop it on your foot!
 


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