Edited by Lorna Smart, 2E0POI
Amateur Radio is a fast-moving technological world with much done in conjunction with equally fast-moving world of computers. Amateur radio interacts far beyond traditional personal computers with much use made of Raspberry Pi computers, mobile phones and other technologies. Computers in Amateur Radio provides a practical guide to what is out there for those who wish to discover the areas where the two technologies combine.
This newly revised and updated edition of Computers in Amateur Radio expands on the evolving world of computers and that has developed since the previous edition as well as introducing readers to newer technologies and methods. There are eighteen chapters covering a wide array of topics for Radio Amateurs. You will find coverage of Data Modes, antenna modelling, propagation modelling. Software Defined Radios, the Raspberry Pi, mobile phones to name a few.
Computers in Amateur Radio is a must have companion book for both those who are new to the hobby and the more experienced user. It works well both as a manual and a reference guide with its many illustrated step-by-step guides and reference information. Readers will find Computers in Amateur Radio has something of interest and value for everyone wishing to explore or develop their use of computers in Amateur Radio.
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Size 174x240mm, 192pages