The Design Notes scrapbook - projects, circuits, SDR, DSP and much more
By Andy Talbot, G4JNT
Since it was first published over ten years ago, the Design Notes column in The Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) Journal RadCom has been a favourite amongst the Members of the Society. Each month Andy Talbot, G4JNT has covered a huge variety of topics in his inimitable, interesting style. Presented here in a scrapbook style is the entire collection of first ten years of Andy's Design Notes column.
Design Ideas for Radio Amateurs shows that the RadCom column has always been at the forefront of amateur radio technologies and techniques. Andy has demonstrated the breadth, depth and versatility of his knowledge and experience - all in an eminently readable style. He has been a champion of surface mount technology and you will find countless examples of how practical it is to make your own one-off PCBs for surface mount circuits. Andy often shows how to make use of surplus kit in interesting ways so you can make-your-own this and that. The scope is very wide covering from VLF (Andy was an LF pioneer) up to the high microwave bands (he's the keeper of a microwave beacon cluster), and everything in between. Readers will find Andy has encompassed analogue, digital, voice, image and much more.
The Design Notes column has proved a fascinating read in relatively small, monthly doses over the past decade. When these works are gathered together, as they are in Design Ideas for Radio Amateurs, they become a source of inspiration, with an array of - projects, circuits, SDR, DSP and much more. If you want new amateur radio ideas, this book comes as highly recommended reading.
Size: 210x297mm, 272 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9386 0