The ARRL Antenna Book for Radio Communications remains the yardstick by which other antenna books are judged. Within its 1120pages this book covers antenna theory, design and construction, and practical treatments and projects. It includes everything you need to construct your own antenna system, and provides useful advice on selecting, designing, building, testing, and installing antenna systems for every band. From simple dipoles and verticals for portable operation and inverted Ls for 80 and 160 meters, to slot antennas for VHF and dishes for observing the star-forming regions of space,
In this new 25th Edition Readers will find many new projects, including designs of HF OWA and 50 MHz OWA Yagis, Slot antennas, Portable satellite antennas, Portable antenna systems for POTA and SOTA along with Transmitting chokes for VHF/UHF. There is also new expanded coverage of monopole (verticals) basic operation, new sections on model optimizers and advanced techniques, shunt-feeding tower guidelines and adjustments, updated material on direction-finding antennas and a new section on antennas for amateur radio astronomy. This is all in addition to those popular and time-tested antenna projects.
The ARRL Antenna Book for Radio Communications has it all for the active radio amateur who is interested in the state of the art in antenna design and construction. As always it has been updated to reflect the latest advances and technologies - can you afford to be without a copy of this great book?
Size: 208x275mm, 1120 pages.