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Stealth Amateur Radio

Author : Kirk A. Kleinschmidt
ISBN : 0872597571
Genre : Amateur radio stations
File Size : 30. 47 MB
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Adventure into the world of hidden stations and invisible antennas! - Set up and operate a station without calling attention to yourself. - Successfully operate a low power (QRP) station. - Install safe antennas, including indoor antennas. - Build invisible antennas. - Install and operate a mobile station, to "get away" from radio-forbidden locations. - Operate a portable station from a campground, motel room, picnic area, mountaintop or other location. - Handle interference from your station to nearby consumer electronics devices as well as to your station from other nearby devices. - Enjoy operating from just about anywhere!

Stealth Antennas

Author : Steve Nichols
ISBN : 1905086660
Genre : Antennas (Electronics)
File Size : 49. 66 MB
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"Tiny postage stamp-size gardens, intolerant neighbors, planning permission problems, living in apartments: these are some of the challenges facing the modern radio amateur when trying to get on the air. Stealth antennas offers clear practical advice to those who might have thought they were unable to put up a suitable antenna"--p. 4 of Cover.

Low Profile Amateur Radio

Author : Al Brogdon
ISBN : 0872599744
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 85. 17 MB
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Hogwash For Hamsters

Author : Jerry Spring
ISBN : 9781426940514
Genre : Fiction
File Size : 56. 19 MB
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The author investigates the humor behind amateur radio, a hobby that has captivated numerous people throughout the world for almost a century. Contrary to popular belief, the hobby continues to grow as it develops and incorporates new technologies, including digital communications, computers, internet, satellites, and so on. While some are into building their own equipment, others are more focused on chasing faint signals in distant lands or competing for bragging rights in various contests. Most would gladly consider themselves as “nerds” for it takes a lot of dedication and knowledge to obtain a license and successfully operate a radio station. Among all the technical mumbo-jumbo, however, there is a lighter side, which is brought out in Hogwash for Hamsters. When we take ourselves less seriously, we become even better ambassadors to the world. So enjoy the limericks, songs, riddles, one liners, and stories. It might just make your day a little brighter.

Ham Radio For Dummies

Author : H. Ward Silver
ISBN : 9781118592205
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 79. 52 MB
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An ideal first step for learning about ham radio Beyond operating wirelessly, today's ham radio operators can transmit data and pictures; use the Internet, laser, and microwave transmitters; and travel to places high and low to make contact. This hands-on beginner guide reflects the operational and technical changes to amateur radio over the past decade and provides you with updated licensing requirements and information, changes in digital communication (such as the Internet, social media, and GPS), and how to use e-mail via radio. Addresses the critical use of ham radio for replacing downed traditional communications during emergencies or natural disasters Provides updates to all documentation of the American Radio Relay League Explains recent changes to picking your own call sign Places a special emphasis on the major reasons people get into amateur radio: emergency communication, digital communication, and do-it-yourself science Looks at online mapping and charting of websites Whether you're just getting turned on to ham radio or already have your license, Ham Radio for Dummies, 2nd Edition helps you with the terminology, the technology, and the talknology.

Amateur Radio

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ISBN : UVA:X006086155
Genre : Radio
File Size : 41. 51 MB
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73 Amateur Radio Today

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ISBN : CORNELL:31924071776300
Genre : Amateur radio stations
File Size : 36. 49 MB
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Arrl S Low Power Communication

Author : Richard H. Arland
ISBN : 9780872591042
Genre : Technology & Engineering
File Size : 50. 61 MB
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The Arrl Extra Class License Manual For Ham Radio

Author : H. Ward Silver
ISBN : 9780872591356
Genre : Study Aids
File Size : 72. 53 MB
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"Pass the 50-question Extra Class test; all the exam questions with answer key, for use beginning July 1, 2008 to June 30, 2012; detailed explanations for all questions including FCC rules"--Cover.

Radar Man

Author : Edward Lovick Jr.
ISBN : 9781450248037
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
File Size : 90. 5 MB
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During the 1950s, the United States and the Soviet Union teetered on the brink of nuclear devastation. America’s hope for national security relied solely upon aerial reconnaissance. Radar Man is the fascinating memoir of a physicist who, with his colleagues, developed the stealth technology that eventually created radar-invisible aircraft. Edward Lovick shares a compelling story from the perspective of an enthusiastic scientist that highlights his pioneering experiences in an innovative, secret world as he helped create stealth aircraft such as the A-12 OXCART, SR-71 Blackbird, and F-117 Nighthawk. From the moment in 1957 when Lockheed’s famous aircraft designer Clarence L. 'Kelly' Johnson invited Lovick to join his “Skunk Works,” Lovick details how he helped the CIA eventually perform vital, covert reconnaissance flights over Soviet-held territory during the Cold War, saved Lockheed ADP’s A-12 from cancellation, and provided key design input to the SR-71 and F-117. Lovick’s autobiography describing his career as an engineering physicist in the Skunk Works not only draws attention to the insurmountable challenges that accompanied the task of developing radar-invisible aircraft, but also the importance of the monumental task these young scientists fulfilled—all with the hope of creating a secure future for their beloved country.

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