By Doug Grant, K1DG
Contesting can be one of the most exciting aspects of amateur radio and for many "radiosport" is the cornerstone of what they do with amateur radio. Amateur radio contesting is a competition to see who can contact the most stations in an allotted amount of time. Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners sets out to explain how to get into contesting, the equipment, the strategy and much more.
Beginning with a brief history and overview of contesting well known contester Doug Grant, K1DG spells out for the beginner the basics of contesting, the equipment needed, operating techniques and the strategies to employ. Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners goes on to explain what happens after the contest if over, VHF/UHF and Digital Contesting and what is needed to move to the next level. Giving you everything you need to get started Doug explains that regardless of the size of your station, you can compete in contests too.
If you have considered contesting before but haven't known where to start Amateur Radio Contesting for Beginners could be for you. If you are looking for a new challenge maybe this book could also be your roadmap to competitive excitement and radiosport success!
Size: 184x227mm, 240 pages.
ISBN: 9781 6259 5124 3