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The ARRL operating manual for radio amateurs
Mark J. Wilson
|Other titles||American Radio Relay League operating manual for radio amateurs, Operating manual for radio amateurs, The ARRL operating manual.|
|Statement||editor, Mark J. Wilson|
|Contributions||American Radio Relay League|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (various pagings)|
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Rebuttal of reviews may be posted in the Community Forum "CompanyReviews". There is a practical guide to what antennas make good choices in your location, choosing your transceiver, the microphones used and even what the myriad of buttons on a modern transceiver do. Don't review home brewed equipment or home-brew copies of commercially made products. Contact Product Reviews Manager with questions or comments. You'll find extensive lists of past models from Acom to Yaesu, with over 20 manufacturers listed in-between, including Icom, TenTec, Kenwood, etc. Reviews only stating "Its great"or "Terrible product" are not helpful without supporting information why its great or terrible.
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Many are put off by the challenges of DX operation but well known author and DXer Steve Telenius-Lowe dispels the myths about huge antennas and high power in an easy to understand way.
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