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2021 was another year where Covid-19 was at the centre of everyone's thinking. RadCom was no different and all that was recorded by RadCom in 2021 is reflected in the RadCom 2021 Archive. As always there is a mass amateur radio material from 2021 included and this bumper archive has over 100 technical articles alongside the usual antenna articles, equipment reviews and even 31 book reviews. We had many great equipment reviews in 2021 from a wide range of suppliers from Ailunce to ZUMspot and this is also the year we reviewed game changing radios such as the Icom IC-705 and the Yaesu FTdx10. The archive has over 1200 pages of the RadCom magazine published in 2021 that includes adverts, amateur radio news, RSGB matters, Club News and all the regular RadCom columns, from ATV to VHF/UHF. As always pages are presented in the easy to use and fully searchable PDF format making it the ideal way to look back over the year.
NEW BONUS Material
As usual the RadCom 2021 Archive contains other bonus material too. There are samples of some of the RSGB books Microcontrollers Explained, QRP Basics 3rd edition, Radio Today guide to the Icom FTdx10 and the hugely popular Raspberry Pi for Radio Amateurs. There are samples of other RadCom archives so you even can read copies of the 'Bull' from yesteryear. You also get a copy of the very latest Acrobat Reader DC.
As an added bonus, this edition of the RadCom archive also contains all the editions of RadCom Plus. This technical RadCom supplement is a members' only magazine normally delivered electronically. Here we provide PDF versions of all these extended technical articles that have not appeared in RadCom.
CD & USB Options
The RadCom Archive 2021 is available as either the traditional CD version or in the USB Memory Stick version. Both versions are easy to use and contain the mass of material RadCom produced in 2021 along with all the bonus material.
This is the CD Version For the USB Memory Stick version click here
For other RadCom Archives going back to 1925 please click here