Edited by George Brown, M5ACN
This book is a collection of over 50 of the very best articles published on antennas from around the world. The book is wide ranging and offers solutions to many problems experienced by the antenna enthusiast. Amongst the articles are antenna designs for most amateur bands. Stealthy and invisible antennas are covered alongside many interesting traditional designs. The book also benefits from two articles specially commissioned for inclusion here. The first, by Professor Mike Underhill, G3LHZ, of the University of Surrey at Guildford, UK, entitled The Truth About Loops, gives an exhaustive account of the performance of the much-maligned
small loop, which also takes into account the loops situation. approaching the same problem from the computer modelling angle is the subject of the second invited article, A Brief Overview of the Performance of Wire Aerials in their Operating Environments, from Jack Belrose, VE2CV. Great care has been taken to ensure that there are antennas to cover the range from 136kHz to 1.3GHz, receiving and transmitting, fixed and mobile. Everyone interested in antenna design and construction will find something in this book.
2003 Edn, RSGB & ARRL , paperback,
272 x 200mm, 256 pages, ISBN: 1-872309-93-3