The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications 2003
This invaluable resource for hams, engineers and technicians includes practical projects, antenna information, construction techniques, fundamental theory, operating practices, wireless technology information and continues to be an indispensable references for hams, engineers and researchers.
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Fundamental Theory 4 Mathematics for Amateur Radio
Theory and Resistive Components
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Amateur Radio amplifier amplitude AMTOR antenna applied ARRL attenuation audio band band-pass filter bandwidth battery bias calculate capacitance capacitor carrier circuit circuitry coil components connected core crystal cuit curve detector device diode electrical electrons energy equation equipment example feedback filter flip-flop frequency function gain grid hams impedance inductance inductor input linear load loop low-pass low-pass filter magnetic maximum mixer mode modulation MOSFET operation oscillator packet PACTOR parallel phase detector phase noise plate power supply pulse quency range reactance receiver resistance resistor resonant RTTY semiconductor shown in Fig sidebands signal SSTV station switch tance tank tank circuit temperature tion trans transceiver transformer transistor transmit tube tuning vacuum tube voltage waveform wire Zener diode