1996 Amateur Radio Almanac

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Doug Grant
C Q Communications, Incorporated, 1995 - Performing Arts - 518 pages
New 3d edition -- If it's about ham radio, it's in the Almanac.-- Updated annually, with new tables, facts and figures.-- For all amateur and professional ham radio enthusiasts.-- Unique publication -- no other book like it on the market.Anyone looking for information about ham radio will find it in the 1996 Amateur Radio Almanac. CQ's sourcebook is filled with over 500 pages of facts, figures and information about world records, space, computers, geographical stats, radio history, regulations, and so much more. Includes ham radio clubs, useful tables, ham radio and the Internet, operating events, antennas and conventions."In addition mto major baseball, ham radio has been a real paasion to me. The CQ Amateur Radio Almanac is one resource that will always be a prominent part of my ham shack". -- Joe Rudi, NK7U"As a member of the VEC Question Pool committee, with over 1/3 of all amateur exams going through my office, I'm proud to say CQ's published a real winner with their Amateur Radio Almanac. No ham, new or experienced, should be without one". -- Fred Maia, President W5YI Group

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Contents

Chapter 3Regulations
3-1
Chapter 4Amateur Radio Around the World
4-1
Chapter 5Operating Tutorials
5-1
Chapter 6CW Reference Section
6-1
Chapter 7Geography
7-1
Chapter 8Propagation
8-1
Chapter 9Transmitting Equipment
7-9
Chapter 11Major Hamfests and Conventions
10-25
Chapter 14Postal Regulations
14-1
Chapter 15Amateur Radio Clubs and Societies
15-1
Chapter 16Committees
16-1
Chapter 17Amateur Radio in Space
16-7
Chapter 19Amateur Radio Census
19-2
CQ WorldWide DX Contest AllTime RTTY Records 2057
20-57
Chapter 22Useful Tables
21-7
Index
23-7

Chapter 13QSLs
13-1
Copyright

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