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Reviews Categories | Books/Manuals/Videos/Pod-WebCasts on ham radio | The Amateur Radio DX Handbook 2018 Reprint Help


Reviews Summary for The Amateur Radio DX Handbook 2018 Reprint
The Amateur Radio DX Handbook  2018 Reprint Reviews: 1 Average rating: 4.0/5 MSRP: $24.95
Description: Whether an “old-timer,” a newcomer, or a prospective
DXer, this handbook will surely prove useful in your
pursuit of DXing! Originally published in 1968, the
author compiled and presented critical information found
in no other single volume. This reproduction provides a
“look back” and presents W9WNV’s invaluable DXing
insight.

After receiving many requests from Hams world-wide, the
author has given us permission to create this 50th
Anniversary Reproduction!
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.cqcomm.com/
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KC9UNL Rating: 4/5 Mar 15, 2018 07:04 Send this review to a friend
Good reading Great perspective of DX practices  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
This book is a reprint of the 1968 edition published by CQ Magazine. The author, Don Miller W9WNV, was a famous DXer. The book contains a lot of information about working DX and all the pointers which Don made about his techniques. The book contains a great deal of information that in those days was needed to work DX. The information is obtained today by different methods so some of the information is merely history. The most valuable points gained by reading the book is an appreciation for all the technological tools that a DXer has today to use. For those that appreciate amateur radio history, it provides the chance to obtain a book which has long been out of print.
 


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