The microwave bands are an excellent area for radio amateurs who want to experiment and construct their own equipment. The RSGB in partnership with the ARRL has produced this invaluable source of reference information for those interested in this area, along with excellent designs from around the world to fire the imagination. Material has been drawn from many sources, including the RSGB journal "RadCom" and the ARRL publications "QST" and "QEX". Alongside this material a truly international range of sources have been used, including items from Germany, Denmark, New Zealand, Slovenia and many more. The earlier chapters in the book provide the invaluable reference material required by all interested in this exciting area of experimentation. Techniques and devices are covered in depth, leading the reader to understand better the wide range of equipment and techniques now available to the microwave experimenter. This book contains a wide selection of designs using the latest technology that can reasonably be used by radio amateurs and ranges from ones that can be reproduced by most radio amateurs to those that require a high degree of skill to make.With the explosion in consumer electronics using microwave frequencies the opportunity to experiment has never been greater and this book is simply the best guide to the area of microwave radio.
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Book Description Radio Society of Great Britain, 2002. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P111872309836