Personal War (Overload, Book 1)
SETTING UP AN AMATEUR RADIO STATION: Help For The New General Class Radio Operator
SETTING UP AN AMATEUR RADIO STATION: Help For
In Amateur Radio, the jump from a Technician Class license to a General Class license can be a big one. Different radios, different modes, new antennas, multiple bands, and different procedures are just a few of the changes the new General has to figure out. Even the "Ham Speak" can be different. This little book will help those making this jump to do so smoother. It will also help by providing information on how to make decisions for new equipment for the new "Shack".
- ASIN: B00C32NEHE
GETTING YOUTH INVOLVED IN AMATEUR RADIO: Thoughts On Teaching Amateur Radio To Young People
GETTING YOUTH INVOLVED IN AMATEUR RADIO: Thoughts On
As the age of Amateur Radio operators seemingly ever increases, it is very important that we Amateurs of today introduce and promote Amateur Radio to young people around us. This short book provides a number of ideas that work for reaching and teaching young people. These ideas work and have been used with success. An individual Amateur, a few Amateurs, or perhaps an area Amateur Radio Club can use the information in this book to reach out to the youth in their community.
- ASIN: B00C38S2CK
HamRadioSchool.com General License Course
HamRadioSchool.com General License
For NCVEC General question pool through June 2019. The HamRadioSchool.com General License Course book and web site provides everything you need to upgrade your FCC license to General Class amateur radio operator! This learning system not only offers the best exam preparation available today, it will help you to really understand ham radio so that you have the competence and the confidence to quickly begin using your new General Class HF band privileges! Over-stuffed with professional illustrations and logically organized in easy-to-digest sections with a building-block learning approach, all 464 General Class exam questions are highlighted within a framework of explanation that uses common language, everyday analogies, and simple examples. The balance of depth with simplicity makes real learning about ham radio rewarding and enjoyable! Our free online media includes interactive practice quizzes, videos, audio recordings, extra graphics, interesting web links and more, to reinforce book and exam topics section-by-section and to provide practical operational advice. No matter your education or background, with HamRadioSchool.com you will ace your General Class VE exam, and you will really get it!
- ASIN: 1484847156
Heil Ham Radio Handbook
Heil Ham Radio
"First licensed in 1957, Bob's ham radio knowledge and experiments has led him to become a legend in pure audio acoustics for leading artists like Joe Walsh WB6ACU, Peter Frampton, The Who and countless others. This book shares many of these experiments and isn't written with heavy, techno, mumbo jumbo. The technical is made easy and FUN to understand. His many drawings make easy sense and the many photos show everything from a proper PL259 install to a 128 element moonbounce array. This Handbook will show you how!" -Gordon West, WB6NOA
- ASIN: 9992927461
NEBRASKA NIGHTMARE (Overload)
Antenna Basics: A guide for the radio hobbyist
Antenna Basics: A guide for the radio
Antennas are the most important accessory in a radio installation. Whether for ham radio, shortwave listening, or scanning, there are simple answers to complex problems. The contents of this book are compiled from authoritative articles in Monitoring Times magazine.
- ASIN: 154871450X
The question and answer format of RADIO Q&A provides answers to hundreds of questions about the radio hobby, including shortwave listening, scanner monitoring, ham radio, test equipment, antenna systems, frequency allocations, interference solutions, definitions of terms, and more.
- ASIN: 1977633080