Online Catalogue  
 

What's New

Online Catalogue |  What's New

<span style='color: #0000ff;'><strong><span style='font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 14px;'>bhi</span></strong></span> NCH Noise Cancelling Headphonesbhi NCH Noise Cancelling Headphones  New

These new bhi NCH headphones use active noise-cancelling technology to reduce distracting background noise, providing a comfortable and restful listening environment in areas with high ambient noise. The headphones feature a miniature microphone in the earpiece that picks up ambient noise (like traffic noise and aircraft cabin noise) and the electronics in the earpiece invert the ambient noise by 180° out of phase with the external ambient noise. This has the effect of cancelling out the annoying ambient noise without diminishing the audio you are listening to, resulting in much improved listening experience.

The over-ear style NCH headphones also give a good passive audio isolation whilst the adjustable headband and soft over-ear pads make sure that the headphones are a comfortable fit. The NCH headphones require one AAA alkaline battery (supplied) and the active noise cancellation can be easily switched on and off with the simple switch and a green LED indicates whether it is active or not.

Features
Active noise cancelling: 12 to 15dB
Impedance 32 Ohm
Magnet: Neodymium
Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
Maximum Input: 40 mW
Sensitivity: 110 dB
1.25m detachable cable with 3.5mm jack plug
AAA battery (supplied)
45 hours battery life
Weight: 190g (incl' battery)


RSGB Member's Only Offer - £34.95 plus £2.95 P&P - That's a £7.00 saving on the usual price

Note: P&P cannot be combined with other items in this shop and is 2nd class post (UK)
Overseas P&P prices on request - charged at £10.00 until confirmed.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Postage


BRIXMISBRIXMIS  New
The Last Cold War Mission

By Steve Gibson

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 30% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

For those who are aware of it BRIXMIS (British Commander-in-Chief's Mission to the Group Soviet Forces of Occupation in Germany) is one of the most covert elite units of the British Army. They were dropped in behind 'enemy lines' ten months after the Second World War had ended and continued with their intelligence-gathering missions until the fall of the Berlin Wall in November 1989.

During the Cold Ware Berlin was noted as a hotbed of spying between East and West. BRIXMIS was established as a trusted channel of communication between the Red Army and the British Army on the Rhine. However, they acted in the shadows to steal advanced Soviet equipment and penetrate top-secret training areas. This fascinating book offers a new understanding of the complex British role in the Cold War.

BRIXMIS is an excellent and thought-provoking account of Cold War spying about a little know British Military Mission. For anyone interested in the Cold War era and spying in general this book is a must.

Size: 129x198mm, 400 pages. ISBN: 9780 7509 8772 1

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 10.99
RSGB Member's 7.69 (30% OFF)


Space Exploration Space Exploration  New
Past Present Future

By Carolyn Collins Petersen

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 50% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

Humanity has always looked to the stars, but it hasn't been until relatively recently that we have managed to travel into space. Space Exploration takes us on a journey from the first space pioneers and their work. From the First World War led technological advances in rocketry that formed the basis for the Space Age, to the increasing corporate interest in space this book details our steps into sace. It is viewed from our potential future in pace on Mars to be exact and considers how we will reach that point. Space Exploration concludes with our current advances and our immediate ambitions in space exploration. The future and its scientific possibilities are enthralling: who will be the first to step on Mars? Will matter/antimatter annihilations take us to the Kuiper Belt, or will it be ion propulsion? What is the Alcubierre Warp Drive? Will it take us to the stars?

Space Exploration is a great hardback book that both entertains and enlightens where we may be going with space exploration and is a thoroughly recommended read.

Size: 156x234mm, 304 pages. ISBN: 9781 4456 5603 8

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 19.99
RSGB Member's 9.99 (50% OFF)


Discovery of the UniverseDiscovery of the Universe  New
A History of Astronomy and Observatories

By Carolyn Collins Petersen

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 30% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

This great hardback book charts the progress of astronomy through the observatories used throughout history, from the earliest such as Stonehenge to places like Birr Castle with its Leviathan telescope used by Herschel, places where the secrets of the universe were first unlocked by science. The Discovery of the Universe describes instruments now in use around the planet ranging from the Mauna Kea Observatories in Hawaii to the South Pole Telescope in Antarctica that hunts for the faint emission of the cosmic microwave background (CMB). In addition, astronomers today use an array of orbiting observatories and the ground-based observatories can now attain near 'Hubble' standards of accuracy, despite peering into space through our atmosphere.

The Discovery of the Universe looks at the amazing science that has been done using the world's suite of observatories. It presents examples of astronomical discoveries made across the widest spectrum as observatories extend humanity's vision across the depths of space and time.

Size: 156x234mm, 304 pages. ISBN: 9781 4456 8413 0

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 19.99
RSGB Member's 13.99 (30% OFF)


X, Y & Z X, Y & Z  New
The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken

By Dermot Turing

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 30% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

In the bathroom of a Belgian hotel in December 1932, a French spymaster photographs secret documents - operating instructions of the cipher machine, Enigma. A few weeks later a mathematician in Warsaw begins to decipher the coded communications of the Third Reich and lay the foundations for the code-breaking operation at Bletchley Park. The co-operation between France, Britain and Poland is given the cover name 'X, Y & Z'. By December 1942 in the middle of World War II the Polish code breakers are in France on the run from the Gestapo. People who know the Enigma secret are not supposed to be in the combat zone for fear of capture so MI6 devises a plan to exfiltrate them. If it goes wrong, if they are caught, they could give away the greatest secret of the war.

This book X, Y & Z - The Real Story of How Enigma Was Broken describes how French, British and Polish secret services came together to unravel the Enigma machine. It tells of how Enigma code breaking continued in Vichy France and the how code breakers from Poland continued their work for Her Majesty's Secret Service, watching the USSR's first steps of the Cold War. The people of X, Y and Z were eccentric, colourful and caught up in world events that they could watch not control. This is their story based on original research and newly released documents it is the exhilarating story of those who risked their lives to protect the greatest secret of World War Two.

Size: 165x235mm, 320 pages. ISBN: 9780 7509 8782 0

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 19.99
RSGB Member's 13.99 (30% OFF)


House of SpiesHouse of Spies  New
St Ermin's Hotel

By Peter Matthews

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 30% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

St Ermin's Hotel has been at the centre of British intelligence since the 1930s, when it was known to MI6 as 'The Works Canteen'. Intelligence officers such as Ian Fleming and Noel Coward were to be found in the hotel's Caxton Bar, along with other less well-known names. Winston Churchill allegedly conceived the idea of the Special Operations Executive there over a glass (or two) of his favourite champagne in the early days of the Second World War, and the operation was started up in three gloomy rooms on the hotel's second floor, with the traitorous Cambridge Spies among its founders. When Stalin's Russia turned to a peacetime enemy in the Cold War that followed, Kim Philby and Guy Burgess handed over intelligence to their Russian counterparts in the dark corners of the hotel, while MI6 man George Blake operated as a Soviet double agent just across the road in Artillery Mansions. Meanwhile, St Ermin's proximity to government offices ensured its continued use by both domestic and foreign secret agents. In this paperback edition of the first book on St Ermin's, Peter Matthews, a witness to the intelligence battle for supremacy between MI5, MI6 and the KGB, explores this remarkable true history that is more riveting than any spy novel.

House of Spies is an intriguing book where the author, sometimes drawing on his own experiences in the less than glamorous world of secret operations uses the Hotel's links with spying events to plot a narrative involving espionage in both World Wars, the inter-war years and the Cold War.

Size: 129x198mm, 296 pages. ISBN: 9780 7509 8416 4

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 9.99
RSGB Member's 6.99 (30% OFF)


How to survive an Atomic Attack How to survive an Atomic Attack  New
A Cold War Manual

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 30% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

This book is a fascinating guide to official 1950's US government advice on how to survive an atomic attack - including full instructions on building your own nuclear shelter.

In 1949 the Soviet Union detonated its first nuclear bomb, heralding the era of the Cold War in which the prospect of a thermonuclear attack and Mutually Assured Destruction (MAD) put every man, woman and child in the firing line. The US government issued a series of booklets explaining how to protect your family. This compilation includes Survival Under Atomic Attack with practical advice on constructing a shelter, the Family Shelters Series containing detailed construction diagrams, and Fallout Protection, a straightforward explanation of the dangers of a nuclear attack.

This book provides a chilling insight from a distinctly cold war perspective into the realities of life under the threat of Armageddon. Great artwork of the era is combines to make this a cracking little read.

Size: 165x235mm, 96 pages. ISBN: 9781 4456 3997 0

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 9.99
RSGB Member's 6.99 (30% OFF)


Stealth AntennasStealth Antennas  New
3rd Edition
By Steve Nichols, G0KYA

Since it was first published Stealth Antennas has become the 'must have' antenna book for everyone who wasn't living in acres of land. This new edition has been expanded and updated and now contains all new case studies, a commentary on FT8 and FT4, a design for a 2m Slim Jim and a number of new commercial antenna reviews.

Written by acknowledged antenna expert Steve Nichols, G0KYA who himself lives in a challenging environment for antennas Stealth Antennas remains the solution for those of us with tiny postage stamp-size gardens, intolerant neighbours, planning permission problems or living in apartments. Beginning with fascinating real-life case studies you can see what can be achieved with the dozens of original and ingenious ideas this book contains. This book ranges widely across antennas for the roof or loft space, low profile external antennas and even really stealthy antennas. There are receive antennas, top band antennas and reviews of a host of commercially available antennas that might provide exactly the right solution for your situation. Stealth Antennas does not neglect VHF/UHF antennas which can be easier to conceal because of their small size compared with HF antennas but what are the effects of mounting a VHF antenna in the loft? This is discussed here as is the fear of interference and other EMC issues which is not forgotten with a whole chapter dedicated to avoiding interference and EMC issues.

Aimed at everyone who has restricted spaces for antennas or feel they are radiationally-challenged Stealth Antennas should persuade anyone with an amateur radio licence that they can still work the world.

This book is also availlable on Kindle click here to buy that version

Size 174x240mm, 240 pages.
ISBN: 9781 9101 9381 5

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


ARRL Handbook 2020 - <span style='color: #ff0000;'><strong>NEW Edition</strong></span>ARRL Handbook 2020 - NEW Edition  New

Since 1926 the ARRL Handbook has been recognised as a benchmark for radio communications learning and applied knowledge. This new revised 2020 edition continues the aim of being a complete reference and guide to radio technology principles and practices.

As always, the key-topics are covered in depth by the ARRL Handbook 2020: radio electronics theory and principles, circuit design and equipment, radio signal transmission and propagation, digital and analogue modulation and protocols, antennas and transmission lines and construction practices.

New content for this edition includes a System Fusion update, a Solar Cycle 24 update, rotator ratings and application, a generator RFI choke, along with an annual transceiver survey. There is now even more online supplementary content where you can find details of a switchmode HV supply, a universal MMIC preamp, a tunable RF preamp, a 2304 MHz amp, details of overshoot protection, receiver measurements, antenna analyser tricks, an audio splitter, a 10 W audio amp, a bistable transfer relay and updated design software from Tonnesoft. you will Plus, new component tables, reference articles, material characteristics, and guidelines for SDR design. This book now comes with a download suite of a fully searchable eBook digital edition of the printed book, as well as expanded supplemental content, software, PC board templates, and other support files.

There is much packed into the impressive 1280 pages of the ARRL Handbook 2020 and as always it has been updated and revised - a great resource for any amateur radio bookshelf.

Size 208x274mm, 1280 pages,
ISBN: 9781 6259 5107 6

**** SHIPPING WITH FREE UK STANDARD DELIVERY ****

Sorry but this item is not available for overseas shipping, due to its weight

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 49.99
RSGB Member's Price 42.29


ARRL Antenna Book ARRL Antenna Book  New
24th Edition

Showcasing 80 Years of Antenna Know-How

ARRL Antenna Book 24th Edition is the leading resource in antenna theory, design, construction, practical treatments and projects. This much updated edition contains everything you need to understand how radio signals propagate, how antennas work, and how to construct your own antenna system.

Covering a huge range of material in its over 1000 pages the ARRL Antenna Book 24th Edition has dipoles, verticals, loops, beams, and more amongst its designs. You'll find new and time-tested antenna projects for radio communications across nearly any frequency, mode, and circumstance you can think of. There is much new and updated content including; New coverage of small transmitting loops; expanded coverage of microwave antennas; new MF, HF, and 6metre antenna design articles; instructions to acquire HFTA terrain profiles online; VHF/UHF rover antenna systems; a new chapter on VHF/UHF Antenna systems; rotator ratings, installation, and maintenance; updated transmitting choke design and selection; updated ground system analysis and detailed set of ground conductivity maps; updated propagation and solar activity information, and new sunspot data definitions; new material on MF band propagation; log-periodic BOLPA antenna design; updated coverage of antenna modelling software; K1EA transmission-line method for switching stacked antennas; powerboat antenna system grounding; updated treatment of wire antenna construction materials; expanded material on grounding and bonding; updated antenna analyser techniques; antenna tuner troubleshooting; updated content for low-band receive antennas and of course much more

The ARRL Antenna Book 24th Edition also has extra downloads included. There is an eBook version and supplemental content including utility programs expanded technical papers, in depth construction guides and referenced articles.

The ARRL Antenna Book 24th Edition remains the Antenna book to have - do you have a copy?


NEW FORMAT
ARRL Antenna Book - 24th Edition
Limited Edition! Multi-Volume Boxed Set

As an alternative to the soft cover version the ARRL Antenna book is now available as a multi volume set enclosed in a hard slipcase for easy storage and access. The 1024 pages divided into four more manageable volumes covering major topic areas. These are

* Antenna Fundamentals
* Antennas for LF/MF/HF
* Antennas for VHF through Microwave and Specialty Antennas
* Transmission Lines and Building Antenna Systems, and Index

Every feature of the softback is here are included and the unique download code to install a fully-searchable digital edition of the book is included.
NOTE - this is a limited edition and so stock is limited and we

Is this perhaps the ideal Christmas gift?


**** SHIPPING WITH FREE UK STANDARD DELIVERY ****

Sorry but these items are not available for overseas shipping, due to thier weight

ARRL Antenna Book - 24th Edition PaperbackARRL Antenna Book - 24th Edition Paperback  New
Softback edition

Size: 208x274mm, 1024 pages.
ISBN: 9781 6259 5111 3

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 49.99
RSGB Member's Price 42.49


ARRL Antenna Book - 24th Edition BoxedARRL Antenna Book - 24th Edition Boxed  New
Multi-Volume Set

Overall size: 210x252mm, 1024 pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5114 4

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 64.99
RSGB Member's Price 55.24


<strong>Radio <span style='color: #ff0000;'>Today</span></strong> guide to the Icom IC-9700Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-9700  New
By Andrew Barron, ZL3DW

The radiotoday guide to the Icom IC-9700 is the third in this series of books aimed at getting the most out of your radio. Written in the same style as the other books in the series you get a practical guide that makes getting the most out of this radio and the full flavour of what is possible with the ground-breaking Icom IC-9700.

The Icom IC-9700 is the first full power, multi-mode, VHF/UHF amateur radio transceiver to be based on SDR technology. It is a transceiver for VHF and UHF DX operation, working satellites, EME, and repeater operation, supporting both traditional FM repeaters and D-Star digital. Andrew Barron, ZL3DW, an acknowledged SDR expert, sets out in this book to highlight the myriad of options available to the users many of which have never been available on VHF/UHF transceivers before. As usual this book does not duplicate the manuals which describe each button, function, and control but is a "how to do it" book with easy to follow step by step instructions.

All of the great new features included in the IC-9700 can make it quite a complicated radio to configure and operate but the radiotoday guide to the Icom IC-9700 covers every control and menu setting and explains how to get the most out of this truly remarkable radio.

The Icom IC-9700 is a great VHF/UHF radio and if you want to get the most out of it this book is packed with invaluable insights that will benefit every owner or potential purchaser.

Size 176x240mm, 224 Pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9380 8

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


QRP ScrapbookQRP Scrapbook  New
Low-power operation or QRP is one of the most popular aspects of amateur radio and the UK's G-QRP Club is a leading light in this area. This book draws together the very best articles from authors around the world that have been published in the club's journal Sprat in recent years. Packed with projects QRP Scrapbook contains all-new material not previously published in an Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) book.

There is much included in this book and there are modern techniques including a practical RF generation system for superhets using direct digital synthesis (DDS) modules, the use of TV 'dongles' to make a software defined radio (SDR), plus Arduino microcontroller projects for a CW transceiver and keyer and much more.

The QRP Scrapbook has six sections covering QRP transmitters and transceivers; simple and also somewhat more complex receivers; antenna systems and test equipment suitable for low-power operation, and a 'miscellaneous' section covering subjects as diverse as how to wind toroids tidily, making your own ribbon cable, Morse keys and keyers, crystal oscillators and ceramic resonators. With the increasing problem of local interference, the noise cancelling device in this section will be of interest to all amateurs, not just those who operate with low power.

Produced in co-operation between the RSGB and the G-QRP Club, QRP Scrapbook is essential reading for all interested in the latest in home-construction techniques and the art and science of low-power amateur radio.

Size 174x240mm, 240 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9379 2

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


RSGB Yearbook 2020RSGB Yearbook 2020  New
Edited by Mike Browne, G3DIH

More calls and bigger than ever!

With ever more UK and Northern Ireland callsigns on issue the RSGB Yearbook has grown by a whopping 48 pages this year. Over 90,000 callsigns are included and that doesn't count all that are on issue as you will also find details of Special Contest Calls, Permanent Special Event Callsigns and even Repeater, Beacons. There is only one source of current UK callsign data that is up to date and comprehensive - what are you missing if you don't have a copy?

Using the latest available Ofcom licence data, the RSGB Yearbook 2020 remains the best source of UK callsign information. Why rely on incomplete and often out of date information when you can have current information? As usual this book is much more than a list of callsigns.

The RSGB Yearbook 2020 is as it always is, the most comprehensive guide to amateur radio in the UK and worldwide available. There are over 170 pages of the latest information about the RSGB, its committees and services you will find also find local information about our regional representation, affiliated clubs, contest groups and repeater groups. There is a huge section on operating which covers from operating abroad, through RSGB Trophies, RSGB Awards to HF propagation forecasts for 2020. It doesn't stop here either there are the very latest Band Plans, comprehensive information about repeaters, beacons and much more. Broken into 50 sections there is a massive amount of the latest material from across the amateur radio world.

If you haven't purchased a Yearbook in a while, isn't it time to get the very latest and best source of amateur radio information available - the RSGB Yearbook 2020.

210x297mm 576 pages ISBN: 9781 9101 9375 4

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 19.99
RSGB Member's Price 16.99


Callseeker Plus 2020Callseeker Plus 2020  New

If you want a searchable database of callsigns from across Europe the RSGB Callseeker 2020 is for you.


The Callseeker Plus 2020 is the ONLY product that provides the very latest UK and Northern Ireland callsign data and European callsign data too. The 'easy to use' callsign search is simple interface that takes up no hard disc space as it runs straight from the CD or memory stick. You can search quickly by callsign, name or location and navigating through the search results is quick and easy. You can even print the results in a variety of formats including straight to an address label.

The Plus in the title Callseeker Plus 2020 also means that not only do you get an electronic and searchable version on the RSGB Yearbook but there is bonus material from across Europe too. The RSGB Yearbook 2020 data includes the 50 sections and 170 pages of information in an easily searchable PDF format. So finding the very latest amateur radio reference information from the UK and around the World is a breeze too.

Two formats - one price
The Callseeker Plus 2020 is available as either a traditional CD ROM or an USB Memory Stick version. The CD is in the full jewel case whilst the memory stick is encased an Eco bamboo shell. Both are highly portable and easy to use and provide a great alternative to the traditional RSGB Yearbook.

Callseeker Plus 2020 cheaper than a RSGB Yearbook 2020 and with more callsigns too - a bargain!

CD Version: ISBN: 9781 9101 9376 1
Memory Stick: ISBN: 9781 9101 9377 8

Shipping September 2019 onwards

CD Version

Pricing
Non Member's Price 18.99
RSGB Member's Price 16.14


Callseeker Plus 2020 - Memory Stick VersionCallseeker Plus 2020 - Memory Stick Version  New

Memory Stick Version

Pricing
Non Member's Price 18.99
RSGB Member's Price 16.14


 RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary 2020 RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary 2020  New

Much more than a Logbook!

This logbook isn't just somewhere to note your QSLs but is much more. Hugely popular the annual RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary contains a wealth of extra material just where you want it, when you want it, right at your fingertips in your shack.

The RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary 2020 contains the latest UK Band plans, RSGB Contest Calendar, DXCC prefix list and RSGB QSL Bureau information. The information doesn't stop there either, a locator map (and an explanation of how locators work), repeater information, diary section, notes pages, handy lists of operating abbreviations & codes - pretty much everything you want to know when operating is included. The logbook section isn't forgotten either and there is a generous log section with plenty of space for you to record a whole year activity.

Some think of logbooks as old technology but there is nothing like looking back over old logbooks, an experience that a computer screen can ever recreate. Bringing back memories of old friends, satisfying and challenging QSOs for many there is nothing like it. So, if you are looking for an attractive way to record your log year by year the RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary 2020 provides an ideal solution.

Don't forget - more than a standard logbook - yet it the same price!

The RSGB Deluxe logbook & diary 2020 includes:
· Current UK band plans
· European locator map
· Prefix guide
· Repeater listings
· QSL bureau information
· RSGB Contest Calendar
· Generous Log section
· 2020 Diary
· Handy lists of abbreviations & codes

Size 210x255mm, 80 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9378 5

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 5.99
RSGB Member's Price 4.99


Moonraker Whizz Whip AntennaMoonraker Whizz Whip Antenna  New

RSGB Members only offer - £20.00 OFF the usual rrp

The Moonraker Whizz Whip lets you operate your QRP HF/VHF/UHF transceiver with ease! The unit comes complete with a 130cm telescoping whip antenna with integrated tuner for receiving and transmitting that mounts straight on to your radio, all meaning you're on the air instantly. This great piece of kit releases your rig from coax, cables, mounts, tripods and trees, and gives you amazing performance from your desktop to garden and no ground is required either.

The Moonraker Whizz Whip enables you to transmit and receive all the way from 3.5 to 450 MHz. On HF, the integrated tuner can provide an excellent match (better than 2:1) and permit loading the antenna perfectly. This antenna is perfect for any shack or rig and is ideal for emergencies, testing, field days, etc. If your big antenna isn't available or won't go with you the Moonraker Whizz Whip puts you on the air.

In a special deal with Moonraker (UK) Ltd. RSGB members save £20.00 off the usual price of the Moonraker Whizz Whip and is only whilst stocks last - so why not treat yourself to one?

Key Features/Specifications:
TX: 3.5-460 MHz
RX: 0.6-500 MHz
Power: 10W Max AM/CW/SSB
Length: 130cm
Connection: PL259


RSGB Members' Only Offer - £79.95 and £3.95 p&p (UK) - That's a £20.00 saving on the usual price

Note: P&P cannot be combined with other items in this shop.
Overseas P&P prices on request - charged at £20.00 until confirmed.

Postage


Exam Secrets for Radio AmateursExam Secrets for Radio Amateurs  New
by Alan Betts, G0HIQ

Syllabus 2019 Edition - for exams from September 2019 onwards

This book is aimed at those seeking more information about the amateur radio examinations in the UK. Set out with simple revision style introductions and exam questions for all three levels of the amateur radio licence, this book also includes answers to the questions with a brief explanation of why this is the correct answer.

Exam Secrets for Radio Amateurs is divided into the topic areas that align with the syllabus for amateur radio examinations. Each section is sub divided into sections for Foundation, Intermediate and Full examinations and there is a breakdown of how the questions will be allocated in the exam itself. The introductions are designed to remind candidates of the important facts and relevant details. The questions themselves provided are in the same style as the actual examinations and are typical of those candidates will meet. There is also a sample paper for each level of the amateur radio examinations. The final section details the answers to the questions encountered in the book and provides a short explanation to aid a candidate's comprehension.

If you are studying for any of the levels of amateur radio examinations Exam Secrets for Radio Amateurs provides the ideal companion revision aid and quick reference book.

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Size 210x297 mm, 144 pages, ISBN 9781 9101 9374 7

This item is sent post free in the UK (2nd class post only)

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


Forgotten ScienceForgotten Science  New
Strange Ideas from the Scrapheap of History

By S. D. Tucker

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 47% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

Science has a reputation as the most logical and rational of human pastimes - but this has not always been the case. Some of them were genuine geniuses; others were simply lone loons. History is littered with their wreckage, and this hardback book tells the story of the very strangest.

From the inventor Nikola Tesla, who fell in love with his favourite pigeon and tried to broadcast his own thoughts, to the wannabe chemist August Strindberg, who injected apples with drugs to see if they could get high, numerous scientists have conducted bizarre experiments down the centuries. This book is packed with stories like this and from the most improbable to the frankly disturbing they make fascinating and thought-provoking reading. The author's eclectic mix covers a wide variety of material and with sections titled Evolutionary Dead Ends: Fairies playing at the bottom of Darwin's Garden and the like there is certainly plenty to ponder.

Proposing that science has become a kind of modern religion, and telling the tale of such noted pseudoscientific fads and fallacies as alchemy, spontaneous generation and the doomed quest to raise the dead, Forgotten Science can make you laugh at the same time as making you think. Science at school was never this weird.

Size 234x156mm, 320 pages, ISBN: 9781 4456 4837 8

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 18.99
RSGB Member's 9.99 (47% OFF)


Shoot for the MoonShoot for the Moon  New
The Space Race and the Voyage of Apollo 11

By James Donovan

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 40% OFF USUAL RETAIL PRICE ****

Fifty years after the Apollo 11 mission made history, this new and impressive maxi paperback book tells the epic story of the astronauts, flight controllers and engineers who made it happen.

On 20 July 1969, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin became the first humans to walk on the Moon, a moment ingrained in modern memory. Perhaps the world's greatest technological achievement - and a triumph of spirit and ingenuity ? the Apollo 11 mission and the Apollo program was a mammoth undertaking involving more than 410,000 men and women dedicated to winning the Space Race with the Soviets. Seen through the eyes of those who lived it, Shoot for The Moon reveals the dangers, the challenges and the sheer determination that defined not only Apollo 11, but also the Mercury and Gemini missions that made it possible. Both sweeping and intimate, and based on exhaustive research and dozens of fresh interviews, this is the definitive ? and thrilling ? account of one of humankind's most extraordinary feats of exploration.

A truly inspiring read Shoot for the Moon - The Space Race and the Voyage of Apollo 11 delivers many extra details in this book not covered by others. If you are interested in this period of our history this is a book not to be missed.

Size 160x240mm, 488 pages, ISBN: 9781 4456 9907 3

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 19.99
RSGB Member's 11.99 (40% OFF)


<strong>Radio <span style='color: #ff0000;'>Today</span></strong> guide to the Icom IC-7300Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-7300  New
By Andrew Barron, ZL3DW

The Icom IC-7300 radio is one of the best-selling radios of recent years but, as an owner or potential buyer, are you aware of all the features it has and how to get these set up and achieve the potential of the radio? The Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-7300 sets out to provide exactly what you want a practical guide that makes getting the most out of this radio.

Andrew Barron, ZL3DW, an acknowledged SDR expert, sets out in this book to highlight the myriad of options available to the users of this SDR - based radio. The Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-7300 doesn't duplicate the manuals that describe each button, function, and control but is a "how to do it" book with easy to follow step by step instructions. On opening the box of the Icom IC-7300 perhaps you will be surprised by how many settings and controls there are to learn. The inclusion of the 'panadapter' or 'band-scope' marks out the radio as being excellent value but there is a lot more. The radio has VOX (voice operated transmit switching), a built-in antenna tuner, coverage of the 6m (50MHz) and 4m (70MHz) amateur radio bands. And it has a voice keyer, RTTY and CW keyer memories, and an RTTY decoder. These all need effort to setup well and the easy to understand tips and explanations Andrew provides are invaluable in doing so. There are guides to setting up the various operating modes and the section on setting up the PC software digital mode program for FT8 will be the first turned to by many. The book certainly doesn't stop here either as there are also sections on troubleshooting, reviews of modifications that some have made, links that will extend your knowledge further and much more.

The Icom IC-7300 is a great radio and if you want to get the most out of it the Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-7300 provides invaluable reading and the insight that is illuminating for every owner or potential purchaser.

Size 176x240mm, 160 Pages ISBN: 9781 9101 9373 0

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 12.99
RSGB Member's Price 11.04


RSGB Prefix GuideRSGB Prefix Guide  New
NEW Edition

by Fred Handscombe, G4BWP

Many DXers know that prefixes have been in a constant state of change since the late 1920s when National identifications were first set up. The RSGB Prefix Guide is updated regularly to reflect this change and provide the latest amateur radio prefix information available and a lot more besides.

This latest edition of the RSGB Prefix Guide has, as usual, had a full update and the colour listings are clearer and easier to use than ever before. Still retaining its popular lay flat design,this is one of the most useful and useable books in amateur radio. Not only are the listings comprehensive but they are provided with a huge range of additional information covering references for continent, CQ Zone, DXCC, IOTA, ITU Zone, Latitude & Longitude and a whole lot more. Readers will find comprehensive lists of DXCC deleted entities, Russian & CIS entities and even the popular DXCC checklist is here. For those chasing awards there is also a host of material including detailed information of the revamped RSGB awards. There is also information on various award programs including IOTA, CQ WAZ, DXCC, WAS and others. There is even an index of countries and their callsign allocations divided by continent.

The RSGB Prefix Guide remains one of the most useful tools a DXer can have on their shelf. So why not treat yourself to the tool that not only provides the answer to "what was that Call?" question, through to the latest award information and a lot more.

Size: 297x210mm (landscape), 80 pages spiral bound ISBN: 9781 9101 9372 3

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 12.99
RSGB Member's Price 11.04


The Foundation Licence ManualThe Foundation Licence Manual  New
for Radio Amateurs

by Alan Betts, G0HIQ

Syllabus 2019 Edition - for exams from September 2019 onwards

The Foundation Licence Manual for Radio Amateurs is the RSGB course-book for those who wish to become radio amateurs in the UK. In line with the progressive three-tier UK licence structure, the Foundation Licence Manual is the first step in the natural progression to the Intermediate and Full licence.

This book sets out to provide the very latest information required to obtain a UK Foundation licence. Broken down into 15 easy to digest sections Foundation Licence Manual for Radio Amateurs covers all you will need to know to be successful in the examination. This book provides insight into technical basics, receivers, transmitters, antennas, feeders and propagation. There are details of the operating practices & procedures you will need to know alongside safety considerations, electromagnetic compatibility and licence information. The practical assessments are explained and there is a helpful guide to how to best approach the Foundation examination itself.

Written in an easy to understand style by acknowledged exams expert Alan Betts, G0HIQ the Foundation Licence Manual for Radio Amateurs is the ideal book for those coming to amateur radio for the first time.

This item is sent post free in the UK (2nd class post only)


Size 210x297mm, 54 pages, ISBN: 9781 9101 9363 1

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 4.99
RSGB Member's Price 4.24


The Intermediate Licence ManualThe Intermediate Licence Manual  New
for Radio Amateurs

By G. Smart M1GEO, D. Mills G7UVW & R. Bleaney M0RBK

Syllabus 2019 Edition - for exams from September 2019 onwards

Fully revised, reordered and updated this is the latest book for those studying for their Intermediate Amateur radio licence. The Intermediate Licence Manual contains all of the information required for those seeking to upgrade their Foundation callsign.

Designed to cover all elements of the Amateur Radio Intermediate licence syllabus, this second RSGB course-book The Intermediate Licence Manual is written in an easy to understand style. The new material that was originally in the Full licence syllabus is all included along with updated sections that now cover new topics such as software defined radio. Broken down into familiar chapters such as Licence Conditions, Basic Electronics, Transmitters & Receivers and Antennas, this book contains both the theory needed and details of the practical exercises. There is plenty of helpful advice, including important safety tips and advice about how best to approach the practical assessments and the written or online exams.

Simply put The Intermediate Licence Manual is THE book for those working to pass the Amateur Radio Intermediate Licence exam.

This item is sent post free in the UK (2nd class post only)

Size 297x210mm, 84 pages, ISBN: 9781 9101 9362 4

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 6.99
RSGB Member's Price (25% OFF) 5.24


<span style='color: #0000ff;'><strong><span style='font-family: Tahoma; font-size: 14px;'>bhi</span></strong></span> HP-1 Wired Stereo Headphones bhi HP-1 Wired Stereo Headphones  New

In a special deal with bhi Ltd the RSGB is please to offer to its members these new bhi HP-1 stereo headphones are suitable for general purpose use and can be used for radio communications as well as listening to music. They are very comfortable to wear due to the lightweight design, adjustable headband and the soft leatherette padded earcups. This helps to eliminate the uncomfortable pressure feeling that can be created by closed over-ear type headphones, allowing you to listen for longer. The cable is 1.9 m long and is terminated with an integral 3.5mm stereo jack plug with a 1/4" stereo to 3.5mm stereo adapter. The fold up design makes them easy to store and carry away from home.

Features
* Closed back foldable dynamic stereo headphones
* Comfortable lightweight design
* Adjustable headband
* Leatherette type soft padded ear pads
* Frequency Response: 20 - 20,000 Hz
* Maximum Input: 40 mW
* Sensitivity: 102 dB
* Impedance: 32 ohms
* Weight 155g - Weight 155g
* Recommended use: Hifi, TV, Radio communications
* Supplied with 3.5mm to 6.35mm stereo (¼") jack adapter

RSGB Member's Only Offer - £17.95 and £2.95 p&p - That's a £4.00 saving on the usual price

Note: P&P cannot be combined with other items in this shop and is 2nd class post (UK)
Overseas P&P prices on request - charged at £10.00 until confirmed.

Postage


ARRL HF Dipole Antennas for Amateur RadioARRL HF Dipole Antennas for Amateur Radio  New
Dipole Antennas You Can Build!


ARRL's HF Dipole Antennas for Amateur Radio is a collection of 20 HF dipole antenna designs published in QST, ARRL's membership journal, between 2000 and 2017. It includes innovative antenna projects for single and multiband antennas, as well as antennas for portable applications.

Broken into three broad sections the book starts with Portable Antennas. Included are an easy to make three-band dipole for field days, a field portable multi-band rotatable dipole antenna, the NJQRP squirt and others. There is a larger section Multiband Antennas that includes a range of antennas from a compact multiband dipole through to the N4GG Array. The last section is for designs of Single-Band Antennas which includes designs for 40n and 80m again and even the K4VX linear loaded dipole for 7MHz. There is also a special bonus section called Off-Center-Fed Dipoles - Theory and Practice by Jackson R. Richter, WB0USA. This features a thorough discussion about how these popular multiband antennas function which includes several antenna projects you can build yourself.

Size 208x274mm, 120 pages, ISBN: 9781 6259 5099 4

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


Inside EnigmaInside Enigma  New
The Secrets of the Enigma Machine and other Historic Cipher Machines

By Prof. Tom Perera, W1TP & Dan Perera

Many have heard about the Enigma machines of WWII but few have an understanding of the history of these impressive machines, how they work or went on to be developed. This fully updated second edition of Inside Enigma provides in depth detail on how these machines worked and why the even though the codes proved breakable that developments of this machine remained in service for many years after the war finished.

Inside Enigma has been written by established Enigma experts Tom and Dan Perera of the enigmamuseum.com who's collection of Enigma machines have been used in Hollywood blockbusters such as the Imitation Game. This book brings to life how the Enigma machines were constructed, worked, used, how the messages were encoded and why the Enigma code was considered virtually unbreakable. You will find explanations of the code breaking efforts, the mathematics involved along with the Cold-War developments by the British, Americans and Russians. There is in depth detail of the machines used in this period, including the Swiss machines that were developed. The writers have also provided information on how to find your own Enigma machine and what can be involved in restoring one. If your efforts to find a machine fail, there are even guides to building your own or even making a simple code wheel to bring the code method to life. There is much else besides this included in Inside Enigma as it is both comprehensive and copiously illustrated.

If you want a book covering the secrets, theory and practice of the Enigma Machine in the 20th Century then Inside Enigma provides the ideal source.

Size 202 x 254mm, 208 pages, 2nd Edition, ISBN 9781 9101 9371 6

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 12.99
RSGB Member's Price 11.04


Last Train to HilversumLast Train to Hilversum  New
A journey in search of the magic of radio

by Charlie Connelly

This new hardback book reminds us about the wonders of radio. In the UK 90% of the adult population listens to broadcast radio every week. That is almost 49 million people listening for on average 21.3 hours a week each.

Written by Charlie Connelly a bestselling author and award-winning broadcaster the Last Train to Hilversum is a witty and informative look back over the years of British broadcast radio. Packed with anecdotes from the sublime to the ridiculous Charlie explores its geniuses, crackpots and charlatans who got us to where we are today. He remembers its voices, personalities, programmes and visits the key radio locations from history.

From the Dame Nellie Melba's first broadcast 1920 from Marconi in Chelmsford to amongst others the Derby Wireless Club, through to the first commentary on rugby from Twickenham where the summariser asked "Do they always use an oval ball?" and had no understanding of the rules of the game. There is even a chapter devoted to the SOS appeals made by the BBC from the 1920s to 1950s at the rate of a thousand a year, more fascinating might be the appeals not broadcast at the time including the rather unsavoury appeal offering a £5 reward for anyone 'to bring my wife home for a good hiding'. There is detail of the pirate radio stations, Radio 1, Test Match Special, the Today programme on Radio 4 and the solemn, rhythmic intonation of the shipping forecast - in many ways, our lives measured in kilohertz.

Part nostalgic eulogy, part social history, part travelogue, Last Train to Hilversum is simply a great read that explores our relationship with broadcast radio from its earliest days to the present. Recommended reading for everyone.

Size 153 x 234mm, 336 pages, ISBN: 9781 4088 8999 2

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 20.00
RSGB Member's 13.99 (30% OFF)


<strong><span style='color: #ff0000;'>radio</span>today</strong> guide to HF data on FT8 & PSKradiotoday guide to HF data on FT8 & PSK  New
By Rob Walker, G3ZJQ

Many radio amateurs who are finding the bands quiet are now turning to HF data on FT8 and PSK and finding lots of activity when using the weak signal modes offered by WSJT-X. There has been an explosion in the popularity of these modes and this new book offers the very latest advice on how to set up your station and operate.

radiotoday guide to HF data on FT8 & PSK starts by explaining how to set up a modern digital modes station using just a PC and a transceiver. Detailed and very practical discussions then explain the monitoring and operating procedures required. Covering the WSJT-X 2.0 software including FT8 contest modes for weak signals, the book also includes the Fldigi 4.0 freeware for the myriad of other HF digital modes available. The book even details the new Fox and Hounds mode. You will find an in-depth discussion of modern digital modes from the very practical side but also goes on to discuss the technology itself. Concepts such as Forward Error Correction (FEC), Cyclic Redundancy Checks (CRC) and Fourier analysis that at first appear complex are explained. radiotoday guide to HF data on FT8 & PSK ensures that the requirement of advanced mathematical skills before you can decipher this technology has been removed. The book explains in a simplified way using diagrams and terms familiar to most radio amateurs.

If you are interested in using FT8 or other HF digital modes or even the possibilities in the new WSJT-X 2.0 software then radiotoday guide to HF data on FT8 & PSK provides the ideal starting point.

Size 174 x 240mm, 80 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9370 9

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Pricing
Non Member's Price 7.99
RSGB Member's Price 6.79


Getting started in EME  Getting started in EME  New
Earth - Moon - Earth Transmissions

By Stephen Appleyard, G3PND and Philip Malme, G4PQP

Bouncing signals off the Moon has always been considered as one of the most difficult of the amateur radio disciplines. Traditionally Moonbounce as it is known was practised by amateurs who are the most accomplished engineers as well as operators but recent developments have now made it more accessible than ever before. Get started in EME sets out to explain what you need to know and how to get started in this captivating area of amateur radio operation.

Get started in EME sets out the history of Moonbounce, gives information on the various EME bands and the reasons for choosing them and then explains the EME signal path. It covers the unique propagation effects such as libration fading, Faraday rotation and spatial offset. Ground gain, Doppler shift and degradation are also covered. The book is practically based and focuses on EME at 144MHz (2m) and proposes, wherever possible, the use of equipment that is already owned, in order to reduce the cost of getting started in EME. This is particularly the case with antennas but you will also find coverage of transceivers, pre-amplifiers and power amplifiers. Again the emphasis is on the minimum possible requirement, utilising equipment that may already be in the shack. There is coverage of computers/interfaces, software and operation requirements and even your first EME contact! EME at 70cm is covered and there are glimpses where the newcomer to EME might move on to, when they find themselves bitten by the Moonbounce bug.

If you have never tried EME transmissions or are just interested in what it takes to make that first contact made by bouncing a signal off the Moon then Get started in EME will provide the ideal introduction.

Quote: "Stephen Appleyard and Philip Malme have done an excellent job with the EME book. It aims at the right level, achieving a good balance between completeness and accessibility. Perhaps most importantly, it makes EME appear as something that nearly any amateur radio enthusiast could achieve, with some dedication of time and effort." Joe Taylor, K1JT

Size 174 x 240mm, 64 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9369 3

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Pricing
Non Member's Price 7.99
RSGB Member's Price 6.79


<strong>Radio <span style='color: #ff0000;'>Today</span></strong> guide to the Icom IC-7610Radio Today guide to the Icom IC-7610  New
By Andrew Barron, ZL3DW

Within a few short months of the launch the Icom IC-7610 radio, it became a 'best seller' and one of the most popular radios on the market today. This SDR - based radio has simply become the measure by which other radios are being judged. However, getting the most from this radio, as it is for many new radios, is increasingly difficult. Andrew Barron, ZL3DW, an acknowledged SDR expert, sets out in this book to highlight the myriad of options available to the users of this fabulous radio.

On opening the box of the Icom IC-7610 not only will you be excited but perhaps you will surprised by how many settings and controls there are to learn. This should not deter you as this is where this book comes in. From the first steps with the panadapter display and its 'FIX' spectrum display mode where you can see the whole band or just a section of the band such as the CW segment, this book guides you. The biggest advantage that the IC-7610 offers over its rivals at a similar price level is the two completely independent receivers, so Andrew explains the changes this makes to the way you operate the radio. The touchscreen controls are explained so you get to know the radio through using it and through delving into every control and menu setting. There are tips on troubleshooting and guides to particular modes of operation and much more besides.

The IC-7610 is a truly exceptional radio and if you are interested in purchasing one or even already have one this guide provides invaluable reading. Many features are also applicable to other Icom SDR radios and the insight into the art of the possible with SDR radios is illuminating for all.

Size 176x240mm, 160 Pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9366 2

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 12.99
RSGB Member's Price 11.04


RSGB Embroidered Baseball CapRSGB Embroidered Baseball Cap  New
NEW Design !!!


Classic Blue
These American Twill caps have are navy blue with red piping around the circumference of the cap that adds quality and style. They sport an extra-long peak which is great for keeping the sun and rain out of the wearer's eyes and the peak is pre-curved so will retain it's shaping. Featuring a specially embroidered RSGB logo these caps are both a quality 6 panel design that ensures they maintain their shape, and their low profile design provides a more natural fit. They are easily adjusted to size with the fabric strap at the back and the buckle adds a quality look and to aid easy fitting.

* Luxury low profile design
* Quality 100% Cotton
* Classic Navy colour
* Embroidered colour logo
* Structured 6 panel, low profile cap
* Quality metal buckle & fabric strap

Available to RSGB members only
Price: 6.49

<span style='color: #008000;'>RSGB Embroidered Baseball Cap</span>RSGB Embroidered Baseball Cap  New
NEW Option !!!


Army Green
These caps are made from a special water resistant Polynosic fabric that makes them ideal for outside use. They are semi-structured for shape retention and this new fashionable colour means that they are a real statement. Featuring a specially embroidered RSGB logo these caps are both a quality 6 panel design that ensures they maintain their shape, and their low profile design provides a more natural fit. They are easily adjusted to size with the fabric strap at the back and the buckle adds a quality look and to aid easy fitting.

* Luxury low profile design
* Quality 100% Cotton
* Classic Army Green colour
* Embroidered colour logo
* Structured 6 panel, low profile cap
* Quality metal buckle & fabric strap

Available to RSGB members only
Price: 6.49

ARRL Magic Band Antennas for Ham RadioARRL Magic Band Antennas for Ham Radio  New
6 Meter Antennas You Can Build

By Joel Hallas, W1ZR

For many, six metres (50MHz) is known as the 'Magic Band'. Its unusual propagation and characteristics have long made it a fascinating challenge for radio amateurs. This new book from the ARRL Magic Band Antennas for Ham Radio is designed for radio amateurs who want to discover the mysteries of the magic band and the surprises it holds.

ARRL Magic Band Antennas for Ham Radio provides an insight into what to expect in the six metre band, alongside tips on operating and getting the most from this quirky band. As the title suggests, the book is primarily dedicated to antennas you can build that will give the best performance in the magic band. You will find an array of beam antennas along with a variety of loops, dipoles and more that give lots of options for your particular location. Some antennas are also effective on a range of frequencies so you will, for example, also find a 160m to 6m 'hidden antenna' and an X Beam that covers 2m and 70cm as well as the magic band. There are detailed instructions for building these designs that range from the simple to the complex.

When you least expect it, six metres can suddenly open for contacts over hundreds and even thousands of miles. And while the HF bands may be suffering during a Solar Minimum, six metres is just amazing. If you're looking for new pursuits in amateur radio, the world above 50MHz is the territory you could explore and ARRL Magic band Antennas for Ham Radio may just help you to do that.

Size: 183x228mm, 112 pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5098 7

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


RadCom 2018 Archive - CD VersionRadCom 2018 Archive - CD Version  New

Shipping Early February

2018 was another bumper year for the RSGB and RadCom. The over 1200 pages of RadCom we published in the year contained more feature articles than ever before all of which can be easily accessed and searched from the new RadCom 2017 Archive.

As always the RadCom 2017 Archive contains every page of the very best amateur radio information that RadCom produced in 2017. The easy to use and fully searchable PDF format allows you to look back over 65 Construction & Technical Features, 25 Antenna Features,15 Equipment Reviews and over 85 other Feature articles. The equipment reviews covered equipment releases such as the Elecraft KX2, Yaesu FT-891 and SDR equipment such as ANAN-8000DLE, SDRplay and much more. You will also find all the host of regular columns that RadCom features, from Antennas to VHF/UHF. Simply everything printed in RadCom in 2017 is included, even the adverts.

The RadCom 2017 Archive also contains a copy of Acrobat Reader DC and additional bonus material including samples from other Archive CDs and even some of the newer RSGB books Antennas for MF and above and Valve Amplifiers Explained.

CD Version

To see other RadCom Archives click here

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


RadCom 2018 Archive - USB Memory Stick VersionRadCom 2018 Archive - USB Memory Stick Version  New

Shipping Early February

For those who don't want the RadCom Archive 2018 on a CD Rom we also produce the USB Memory Stick Version which contains all the same material as the CD version in a highly portable and easy to use format.

USB Memory Stick Version

To see other RadCom Archives on USB Memory Stick click here

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


Test Equipment for the Radio AmateurTest Equipment for the Radio Amateur  New
5th Edition
By Philip Lawson, G4FCL

This book is aimed at the radio amateur, listener and electronic enthusiast who wants to make a variety of measurements without necessarily spending a fortune on expensive test equipment. It is a very practical book, designed to help you develop care and skill in making the most common and important measurements, quickly, safely and affordably.

In this new fifth edition of Test Equipment for the Radio Amateur, the reader will find, for the first time, extensive links to internet sources for access to the very latest information on construction projects, equipment and measurements. The sections on commercial and home-brew equipment have been separated for clarity, new items added and some dated items removed. Timeless reference data has been retained; some items of technical theory have been given their own section, and extended, for those who wish to deepen their understanding of these areas. Written in an extremely readable style this book represents a significant update to, and restructuring of, the previous edition.

This book is designed to give an overview of how each item of test equipment works, what it can be used for and even how much it might cost. Many general measurements, plus specific measurements on transmitters and receivers, are described in detail. Matters such as the effect of the test equipment on the circuit to be measured are especially considered, so that the measurement results may be interpreted correctly. A large section of the Test Equipment for the Radio Amateur is devoted to home construction, as it is frequently possible to make an extremely useful item of test equipment for a fraction of the price of its commercial counterpart, and there is the added benefit of the practical skill and learning that comes with such a construction project.

Test Equipment for the Radio Amateur is a practical guide to getting the most out of your equipment and understanding exactly how your station is performing. It is simply a must have book for every radio amateur.

Size 174x240mm, 192 pages, ISBN: 9781 9101 9365 5

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


RSGB European Locator MapRSGB European Locator Map  New

If you are looking for something to grace the wall of your shack but also offers much more, then the RSGB Locator Map of Europe could be for you.

This high quality Locator map is offset printed onto a thick 150gsm paper and contains all the features you would expect of this type of map. There is the usual QTH grid (Maidenhead) locator system and you will see the various country prefixes which are easy to pick out at a glance. For extra reference large cities are also depicted. There is also a European DXCC table picked out with country flag which provides a checkbox for bands worked 6m, 2m, 70cm, 23cm & UHF. There are also other useful features such as a meteor shower calendar and a 2m & 70cm beacon list.

Delivered in a sturdy postal tube these large maps are 590x980mm and make the ideal addition to any radio amateur shack.

To see a larger image or other maps - click here

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 8.99
RSGB Member's Price 6.74 (25% OFF)


Haynes build your own RobotHaynes build your own Robot  New
By James Cooper

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - OVER 43% OFF THE USUAL RRP****

If you are a follower of Robot Wars is the highly successful TV series or not, this Hardback book is very well written and incredibly detailed. This Haynes manual is produced in a similar style to the familiar 'how to' guides for cars but doesn't just include details about building robots but much more.

This Haynes - Build Your Own Robot Manual provides a unique behind-the-scenes look at the show - the arena, and both house and competitors' robots. Lavishly illustrated with high quality pictures there are step-by-step extensively illustrated instructions for building three project robots, from a simple 'self-navigating' robot, to a fully controllable Robot Wars challenger.

If you have been fascinated by robot competitors 'fighting to the death' on TV this could be the book for you. Why not indulge yourself whilst reading about construction techniques and of course competitor teams battling each other and the fearsome 'house robots' - Dead Metal, Matilda, Shunt and Sir Killalot?

The Haynes - Build Your Own Robot Manual essential reading for all Robot Wars fans and anyone interested in something different to construct.

Hardback, Size 216x279mm, 176 pages ISBN: 9781785211867

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Members Price: 12.99 (43% off)


Power Supplies ExplainedPower Supplies Explained  New
By Paul Lee, G3ZKO

A power supply is something that is often overlooked by radio amateurs, as for many it is simply the box, that at the flick of a switch, provides stable DC voltage. A modern power supply is though much more, combining theory that dates back to the nineteenth century incorporating the latest techniques in digital control, with a wealth of electronics practice in between. Power Supplies Explained sets out to do exactly this - explain in understandable terms what that little box is doing, right through to designing your own bespoke power supply.

Some believe there is a little magic in power supply design; beginners especially are wary of the challenging mixture of digital, analogue, magnetics and control loops, with cooling, EMC and safety to contend with as well. Whilst many books deal with the theory in depth, they often give little guidance on the practical aspects of achieving working designs - Power Supplies Explained is different. This book seeks to detail how circuits are chosen for the application and how circuits are designed including their inductors and transformers. Calculations are outlined in a simple way so that the reader can use them as a basis for their own designs.

Readers will find chapters that include descriptions of 'linear' supplies and a wide range of 'switched-mode' types from simple buck converters to the latest off-line high-efficiency topologies. The worked examples are based around typical radio amateur requirements and in many cases are versions of commercial products that the author has successfully designed. There are also chapters on magnetics theory, control loops, EMC, practical construction techniques, test equipment and much more. High voltage power supplies are included with comprehensive guidance on safety.

Power Supplies Explained sets out to dispel the mystery and encourage readers to 'have a go' with their own designs and get the satisfaction of being able to say, 'I made that'.

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Size 174x240mm, 320 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9364 8

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


ZAPPEDZAPPED  New
From Infrared to X-rays, the Curious History of Invisible Light
by Bob Berman

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 25% OFF ****

The universe is literally made of light. As you read this you are being swarmed by radio waves, step outside and you'll get a dose of ultraviolet and infrared from the sun. ZAPPED written by popular science writer Bob Berman, tells the story of all the light we cannot see, tracing infrared, microwaves, ultraviolet, X-rays, gamma rays, radio waves and other forms of radiation. This highly accessible book provides a view of the historic, world-altering discoveries in the 19th century through to their central role of invisible light in our modern way of life and even the consequences of our newest technologies.

An accessible blend of narrative history and science, ZAPPED tells the story of the unseen energies all around us. Bob reveals what microwaves from smartphones do to our brains, how birds use ultraviolet light to track prey, why gamma rays are the most powerful form of light, and so much more. Replete with amazing characters and mindboggling quantum leaps, ZAPPED offers a teasing peek into the future and some of the startling technologies we might yet live to see. The book even spends time with scientists attempting to detect broadcasts from extra-terrestrials and notes that in 1974 we sent a message to star cluster M13. If any aliens respond promptly, we'll hear from them in 52000

With a unique talent for making science relatable and fun, Bob Berman provides a lively, informative book, packed with "eureka moment" stories, that will delight anyone interested in gaining a deeper understanding of the Invisible light spectrum.

Size 190x198mm, 272 pages ISBN: 9781 7860 7373 0

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 9.99
RSGB Member's Price 7.49 - 25% OFF


The Full Licence ManualThe Full Licence Manual  New
for Radio Amateurs

by Alan Betts, G0HIQ

Syllabus 2019 Edition - for exams from September 2019 onwards

This book is the third course-book in the RSGB series for those interested in obtaining an amateur radio licence. In line with the progressive three-tier UK licence structure The Full Licence Manual completes the natural progression from Intermediate and Foundation Licence Now!

Fully revised to reflect the changes introduced in Syllabus 2019 the Full Licence Manual contains all of the information required to move to the final stage of amateur radio licensing. Written to match the Full licence syllabus the book is broken down into logical sections. Licence conditions are covered in detail as are operating techniques and amateur radio safety. As you would expect, there are sections covering technical matters such as circuits, semi-conductors and more. The Transmitter and Receiver are covered in detail along with the material required for understanding the Software Defined Radio section of the syllabus. Feeders, Antennas and Propagation all get chapters of their own, as do Electromagnetic Compatibility and Measurements, All this means that the Full Licence Manual is the ideal companion to a formal training course. The book is also a useful reference source and many amateurs will find themselves referring to it long after they have passed their examination.

The Full Licence Manual is for everyone progressing to the Full licence from The Intermediate Licence and is the best route to success in the examination.

This item is sent post free in the UK (2nd class post only)

Size: 210x297 mm, 104 pages, ISBN 9781 9101 9361 7

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 11.99
RSGB Member's Price 8.99 (25% OFF)


ARRL Portable Operating for Amateur Radio ARRL Portable Operating for Amateur Radio  New
By Stuart Thomas, KB1HQS

For many amateur radio stations are traditionally home based and associated with a table full of gear. However in recent years many have taken on the challenge of operating portable, away from home. A new generation of compact, full-featured, portable radios combines with modern battery technology to make it easier than ever to set up your station and enjoy amateur radio in the great outdoors. This book sets out to show what is possible and the fun to be had when operating portable.

With the increase in organised outdoor operating activities by clubs and award programmes such as SOTA, it's no wonder that more radio amateurs have been inspired to venture into portable operations. Anyone can give portable operating a try and this book shows that portable operators use HF and VHF bands, as well as SSB, FM, CW, and digital modes. There are chapters dedicated to organising your equipment, radios you can use, power sources, portable antennas, the on air activities and even a handy online resource listing.

This book provides something for everyone, if you want to activate from a picnic table at a nearby park, or a remote summit, Portable Operating for Amateur Radio offers a wealth of practical information to help make your portable amateur radio operations successful.

Size 208x265mm, 176 pages, ISBN: 9781 6259 5080 2

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


Get on the Air with HF Digital (2nd Edition)Get on the Air with HF Digital (2nd Edition)  New
By Steve Ford, WB8IMY

Now including popular modes FT8 and WSPR!

The popularity of HF digital communications among Amateur Radio operators continues to grow rapidly. A few watts of RF power are all it takes to work the world - digitally! Written in an easy to understand style, this book will show you how to set up and operate your own HF digital station.

Fully updated, the second edition of Get on the Air with HF Digital is a step-by-step guide that'll get you started in the fascinating world of HF digital technology. Starting with the basics of build your own an HF digital station there is advice on the essentials: the radio, the computer and the device that ties them together. The book then moves on to discuss PSK31 for worldwide working with low power and minimal antennas and RTTY which for many is still the champ when it comes to contesting and DX hunting. The "WSJT Modes:" are explored in particular the newer and increasingly popular FT8 and JT65. MFSK and Olivia modes are not forgotten as these will still have you chatting when all others have given up. PACTOR and WSPR are also discussed in detail. Get on the Air with HF Digital provides instructions for configuring all these modes and how to get the best out of them.

Get on the Air with HF Digital provides readers with a practical advice on this fun and easy way to get on the air. If you want to start operating HF digital modes this is a great place to start.

Size: 184x227mm, 144 pages ISBN 9781 6259 5083 3

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


Amsats and HamsatsAmsats and Hamsats  New
Amateur Radio and other Small Satellites
by Andrew Barron, ZL3DW

This book is simply the most comprehensive guide available on how you communicate through amateur radio satellites and how to receive signals from other small satellites and ‘weather’ satellites. Written by best-selling amateur radio author Andrew Barron, ZL3DW this is the answer to everything you wanted to know about this exciting world of satellites.

Amsats and Hamsats begins by answering questions like, ‘how do satellites stay in orbit’ and ‘why are they so expensive to launch?’ before moving onto sections about the history of amateur radio satellites, the mathematics governing orbits, different types of satellite and their orbits. It covers the equipment you need, to track and use the amateur satellites and some of the satellite tracking software that is available. There are detailed sections covering feeders, masthead preamplifiers, antenna systems and automated rotator control. There are the details of FUN cube Satellites, Weather Satellites and even the International Space Station. If you want to know the art of the possible and what satellites are available, where they are, new ones that are planned and even the bands you can operate, Amsats and Hamsats has the answer. There is much more included and this book provides the ultimate guide to operating satellites.

Amsats and Hamsats, provides within its impressive 368 pages a great value guide to this stimulating and challenging area of amateur radio activity. If you want to get started or are already an experienced operator you will find something of value in these pages.

To buy this book and the new Software Defined Radio book for only £20.00 click here

Size 174x240mm, 368 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9354 9

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


60 Antennas60 Antennas  New
you will want to build!
Edited by Giles Read, G1MFG

Whatever the type of antenna, there is always a genuine sense of achievement when you build one yourself and it provides great results. This book sets out to provide a huge array of designs that the home constructor can attempt and more importantly will want to build.

Unlike many other antenna books this book starts with the premise that it will provide all the information needed to construct the antenna so it is at your fingertips when you start. Broken into sections 60 Antennas provides designs from the simple to the complex but still achievable for the home constructor. 60 Antennas starts with a section on Vertical Antennas which includes antennas from 2-160m and even 630m. Readers will find here mobile 'screwdriver' and Slim Jim antennas and compact verticals for a wide range of situations. The book moves onto Horizontal Antennas that also cover the amateur radio spectrum with dipoles, multi-bands and more. Directional antennas are covered with a variety of beams and quads. The section on Loop Antennas includes an indoor variant and details of how to make these as efficient as possible. For those with restrictions of what antennas they can use Stealthy Antennas provides a variety of invisible or nearly invisible options amongst the designs included. VHF and up isn't forgotten with a selection of antennas for microwaves, 2m, 70cm that includes horn, beams and log periodic varieties. are a host of is much

There is not enough space here to list all the antennas or their variations are included in 60 Antennas. Selected from around the amateur radio World and from some of the great names of antenna design there is much here that will inspire 'You to want build!' your next antenna.

ISBN: 9781 9101 9355 6
Size 174x240mm, 288 pages

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


ARRL Receiving Antennas for the Radio AmateurARRL Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur  New
Transmitting and receiving antennas have different jobs to do
By Eric P. Nichols, KL7AJ

Although the fundamental characteristics of antennas apply to both transmission and reception, the requirements and priorities of receiving antennas can be vastly different from those of transmitting antennas. Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur focuses entirely on active and passive receiving antennas and their associated circuits. There are relatively few cases where a radio amateur cannot benefit from a separate, well-designed receiving antenna or antenna system. On the low bands, including our new allocations at 630 and 2,200 meters, heavy emphasis on the receiving end of these radio paths is essential for success.

The active antenna holds a prominent position in Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur, as it offers good receiving performance while taking up minimal space. Recent developments in radio frequency (RF) semiconductors, especially low-noise RF operational amplifiers, have made a number of previously difficult-to-implement active antenna designs a very simple task. Receiving Antennas for the Radio Amateur is a wide ranging book readers will find chapters covering Preamplifiers, Power Gain, Small loops and a wide array of other antennas. There are chapters on LF, NVIS, Propagation and of course Antenna Projects, Construction Techniques and a lot more.

If you are looking to maximise your receive capabilities, this book provides the ideal guide to this topic and is a must for every radio amateur's bookshelf.

ISBN: 9781 6259 5078 9
Size 208x265mm, 256 pages

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 27.99
RSGB Member's Price 23.79


The Future of ViolenceThe Future of Violence  New
Robots and Germs, Hackers and Drones: Confronting the New Age of Threat

By Benjamin Wittes & Gabriella Blum

**** SPECIAL RSGB MEMBERS ONLY PRICING - 28% OFF ****

From drone warfare in the Middle East to digital spying, today's governments have harnessed the power of cutting-edge technology to awesome effect. But what happens when ordinary people have the same tools at their fingertips? Advances in cyber technology, biotechnology and robotics mean that more people than ever before have access to potentially dangerous technologies - from drones to computer networks and biological agents - which could be used to attack states and private citizens alike. The Future of Violence, details the myriad possibilities and enormous risks present in the modern world, and argues that if our national governments can no longer adequately protect us from harm, they will lose their legitimacy. The book also explains how governments, companies and citizens must rethink their efforts to protect our lives and liberty.

The way that technology is changing the threat landscape starkly highlights the importance of public policy in a way we have never seen before. The Future of Violence starts with the exciting "what if" stuff from assassinations by remote control spiders through to drones attacking sporting venues. The book goes onto explore the historical underpinnings that have led us to where we are today. Whilst all the threats discussed may come to pass this book throws a spotlight on the topic and provides a very thought provoking read.

ISBN 9781 4456 6668 6
Size 129x199mm, 336 pages

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 10.99
RSGB Member's Price 7.99 - 28% OFF


The VoicesThe Voices  New
Spying and Radio Warfare During the Cold War

By Gordon Adams, G3LEQ

Many are aware of the spying activity that took place following WWII until the demise of the Soviet Union in 1991. Few though are aware of the radio jamming, broadcasts of encrypted messages or any of the other electronic skulduggery that took place during this time. This book shines a light on these activities that range from the extraordinary to the most mundane but most disruptive imaginable.

Readers of The Voices will find the details of the radio warfare engaged in the Americans, Soviets and British along with a number of other countries and groups from the Middle-East to the Caribbean. You will find details of the author's first experiences of radio jamming that lead to his deep fascination as to what was going happening on the airwaves at this time. There is discussion of the activities of propaganda stations such as Radio Marti, Radio Liberty, Radio Free Europe and many others. The mysterious Numbers Stations, their coded messages and the non-attributable callsigns are explained here. The author talks about where the spies operated from and the radio traffic they generated. There is a chapter on Orford Ness and the still secret Cobra Mist project along with a reflection of the role of Cyprus and the UK's Sovereign bases. There is even detail of the role of the BBC and their World Service during these times.

Produced as a tribute to the late, Gordon Adams, G3LEQ this book is based on series of articles first published in RadCom in 2000-2001 and a fond remembrance of someone whose tireless efforts influenced the RSGB for many years. This book has edited from those articles and expanded with new pictures and small amounts of material omitted from that series.

The Voices book is a truly eye-opening read for those who are unaware of this part of our history. It is simply thoroughly recommended reading for those interested in the Cold War and the radio warfare that took place in the latter part of the 20th Century.

ISBN: 9781 9101 9353 2 Size 174x240mm, 120 pages

This book is also available on Amazon Kindle click here for that version

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 9.99
RSGB Member's Price 8.49


50 Projects for Radio Amateurs50 Projects for Radio Amateurs  New
Edited by Mike Browne, G3DIH

Many radio amateurs love to design and construct electronic projects from the very simple right through to the very complex. 50 Projects for Radio Amateurs draws together a wide array of projects that the Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB) has published. You will find projects as diverse as antennas, simple test equipment through to 70cm handhelds and much besides.

50 Projects for Radio Amateurs is broken sections that cover Measurement & Filters, Morse, Antennas and large section covering useful station accessories, peripherals and other diverse projects. The projects included range from complex DIY antenna analysers through to a simple electronic keyer and builds on simple strip board. There are two transceivers that you can build alongside antennas for bands from Microwaves to HF. There are also four handy reference guides explaining Using 10Ghz, Screening, Baluns and Aerial Maintenance. This book has something for everyone whatever their level of construction ability and all will find something interesting to construct and build. Most projects are also straightforward and can often be built in a weekend or over a few evenings.

All the projects included in 50 Projects for Radio Amateurs are selected to stimulate and inspire you to get out the soldering iron and get building the array of useful tools, interesting antennas and much more that are included in the book. Thoroughly recommended reading for any level of amateur radio constructor.

Size 174x240mm, 256pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9352 5

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 14.99
RSGB Member's Price 12.74


ARRL's Hands On Radio Experiments - Volume 3ARRL's Hands On Radio Experiments - Volume 3  New
Ham Radio: Where Hands-On Lives On!

By: Ward Silver, N0AX

Many will be familiar with the two previous volumes of this book (which are still available) and this volume covers material from the ARRL's 'Hands-On Radio' column published in their magazine QST from 2013-2017. As usual the book provides you through a host of basic electronics experiments, designed to increase your understanding of radio fundamentals, components, circuits and design.

Readers will find ARRL's Hands-On Radio Experiments - Volume 3 the book broken down into eight different sections covering an array of topics. You will find sections covering experiments to get the best out of antennas and another on transmission lines and impedance matching. You will also find sections on electronic circuitry, electronic components and electronic fundamentals. Other sections included cover Tests and Test Equipment, RF Techniques and Practical Station Practices. All are written in a clear and easy to understand style which will encourage you start experimenting yourself.

As the title of this book suggests it is about putting our hands on radios and there will be new things to learn and techniques to try - ARRL's Hands-On Radio Experiments - Volume 3 brings you these and is recommended reading for everyone interested in practical 'Hands-On' amateur radio experimenting.

Size 184x229mm, 128 pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5079 6
Previous volumes of Hands On Radio Experiments can be found here

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


ARRL's Hands On Radio Experiments - Volumes 1 & 2ARRL's Hands On Radio Experiments - Volumes 1 & 2  New
Ham Radio: Where Hands-On Lives On!

By: Ward Silver, N0AX

These experiments, devised by H. Ward Silver, N0AX, first appeared in QST’s magazine’s Hands-On Radio column from 2003-2012. This book combines the original Volumes 1 and 2 covering a wealth of topics designed to educate today’s radio experimenters, and inspire others who want to learn what makes their radios work. Even seasoned experts will encounter new approaches to practical methods, new explanations for familiar topics, and new ideas that will enhance your understanding of the radio art.

Step-by-step, Silver expertly leads you through over 120 short electronics experiments, designed to increase your understanding of basic radio fundamentals, components, circuits and design: This book also contains a complete parts list for all three volumes of this book.

Size 184x229mm, 256 pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5085 7

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 29.99
RSGB Member's Price 25.49


ARRL's Best of The Doctor is InARRL's Best of The Doctor is In  New
Practical advice about antennas, transmission lines, and more!

By Joel Hallas, W1ZR

If you have not yet discovered the regular The Doctor is In column in the ARRL magazine QST then this book is a revelation. Written in a question and answer format the column dispenses practical answers troublesome problems, myth busting and great ideas covering a range of topics.

The ARRL's Best of The Doctor is In distils more than a decade of the advice and ideas of Joel Hallas, W1ZR covering as it says in the sub title antennas, transmission lines and more. Readers will find masses of questions broken down into sections covering VHF/UHF Antennas, HF Wire Antennas, HF Vertical Antennas, HF Yagi Antennas and Transmission Lines. Each question is treated to an answer written an eminently readable form that informs, provokes and stimulates. There are dozens of designs, practical solutions to an array of antenna issues included from the pages of QST.

If you're puzzling over how to improve your station antennas, or solve a problem with your antenna system, chances are someone else has shared the same questions with - and received helpful answers from - The Doctor. Having ARRL's Best of The Doctor is In at hand is the next best thing to a visit from W1ZR himself!

Size 184x229mm, 128 pages
ISBN: 9781 6259 5074 1

Please Select

Pricing
Non Member's Price 22.99
RSGB Member's Price 19.54


Software Defined RadioSoftware Defined Radio  New
By Andrew Barron, ZL3DW

Everyone is talking about software defined radio (SDR) but is SDR right for you? Software Defined Radio sets out to explain the basics without getting to technical and is written to help you too get the most out of your SDR. It will even help you decide what to buy.

Written by New Zealand based and acknowledged SDR expert Andrew Barron, ZL3DW, Software Defined Radio covers a huge range of material. The use of SDR by radio amateurs is growing rapidly in popularity as they become aware of the great features and performance on offer. Not only does this book cover how SDR works there are details the different types of software that are available, what is different about them and even what is better. There is a wealth of useful information included and even guides to what to look for when you are buying equipment. There are guides to using SDR with CW, Digital Modes, Contesting, EME, Microwaves, Satellites and much more. You will find information on over 60 SDR radios that you can buy today featuring leading brands such as FlexRadio, Elecraft, Anan, Expert, Elad, Icom, WiNRADiO, SDRplay, FUNcube and many more.

Software Defined Radio is intended for radio amateurs, short wave listeners or anyone interested in radio technology. If you are interested in the technology of what was once, the domain of a few dedicated hackers and experimenters, the future of this exciting and fast developing area of radio or simply want to buy a SDR radio, this book is thoroughly recommended reading.

To buy this book and the new Amsat & Hamsat book for only £20.00 click here

Size 174x240mm, 304 pages
ISBN: 9781 9101 9349 5

Pricing
Non Member's Price 12.99
RSGB Member's Price 11.04


Online Catalogue |  What's New


This entire website is © Radio Society of Great Britain