American Radio Relay League The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications
RF engineering reference
Since it was first published in 1926, The ARRL Handbook has been a mainstay for the radio electronic experimenter. A resource for radio amateurs, hobbyists, engineers and scientists, The Handbook is the authoritative reference on practical communications topics. It is both reference book and tutorial. More than 60 authors and reviewers contributed more than 70 percent new or completely revised content, making this the biggest Handbook ever. It includes new treatments of digital communications technology, solid-state RF power amplifiers and switch-mode power supplies. A CD-ROM is included with design software and fully searchable book.
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