2 edition of Radio design practice. found in the catalog.
Radio design practice.
|LC Classifications||TK6560 .M5|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p., 82 l.,  p.|
|Number of Pages||143|
|LC Control Number||36000862|
The January issue of QST has an ad for a new book, titled _Introduction to Radio Frequency Design_, by Wes Hayward. Before I plunk down my $30, I was wondering if anyone had taken a look at this book. I've looked at a bunch of other books, but they all seem to fall into two categories: 1. All math and no practice - these don't provide any kind of.
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Numerous practice examples and exercises serve as an integral part of each component's specification. Whether it is used inside or outside the classroom, Radio Receiver Design stands out as a definitive introduction to key concepts involved in receiver design.
Product details. Hardcover: pages; Publisher: Noble Pub Cited by: Being that I'm not an amateur radio enthusiast, I usually don't pay much attention to any of the ham radio books. But, this particular book, got my curiosity. To my surprise, it wasn't entirely "All" about amateur ham radio stuff at all, it was mostly about electronics & theory/5(33).
Radio Receiver Design (Part 1), K. Sturley,pages - Courtesy of John Atwood. This UK publication gives a thorough treatment of the design of valve-based radio receivers. Part 1 covers valve basics, and the RF side of a receiver: from the antenna through the detector.
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Both of these are commonly available from used book dealers such as Book #2 above was the book that helped me the most in learning radio theory. Graphis Design Annual Featuring work from nearly names, including the likes of Toshiaki and Hisa Ide, ARSONAL and John Krull, this year’s Graphis Design Annual archives a breadth of globally sourced work.
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RHdb - An Explanation. Radio Hobbyist’s Designbook or RHdb (for short) was designed to guide you into design of electronics apparatus that relates to radio. It assumes you know something about electronics but you can skip Chapters which cover familiar subjects. Mathematics needed in design is down to simple algebra and trigonometry.
A catalogue record for this book is available from the British Library Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data A catalog record for this book is available from the Library of Congress Cover photo by Thomas Scarborough, reproduced by permission of Everyday Practical Electronics.
ISBN File Size: 8MB. Title: Radio Design Practice Author: James Millen (ed) Subject: An idea book for engineers, experimenters, and designers of radio and associated equipment.
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The enormous amount of data included in the book has been made readily accessible by means of a fully detailed list of contents and a very complete index.
The main subjects are: valves, valve testing, general theory and components; audio and radio frequencies; power supplies, design of complete AM and FM receivers, and reference information.
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