Edited by: Andy Barter, G8ATD
The VHF/UHF Handbook is THE guide to theory and practice in the VHF and UHF bands
The VHF/UHF Handbook is packed with content from around the world. This book provides the reader with a wide range of interesting operating modes and techniques alongside the VHF/UHF basics. There are many topics covered including getting started, antennas and constructing your own equipment. There is truly something for everyone, from rag chews on local nets or repeaters to specialist modes such as Amateur television (ATV). Satellite operation is covered, as is the thrill of DX via one of the rare propagation modes or EME. There is much more in this great book, with its contents offering the best practice in every field.
Substantially updated from the previous edition the VHF/UHF Handbook is an invaluable source of information for the seasoned operator and the best introduction for newcomers to the bands. The VHF/UHF Handbook is the true 21st century reference book for this fascinating area of amateur radio.
2nd Edn, 2007, Size 174x240mm, 320 pages, ISBN: 9781-9050-8631-3