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Computers in Amateur Radio
Computers in Amateur Radio

Computers in Amateur Radio  
Steve White, G3ZVW

Radio amateurs have always been quick to embrace changes to their hobby to make operating easier or provide something extra. Computers are no exception and they have become essential tools to get the job done quicker and easier than ever before. But there is much that can be done with a computer and many are simply not aware of the huge potential they offer. Computers in Amateur Radio sets out to provide an insight into the wide range of amateur radio uses for the humble home computer.

Computers in Amateur Radio is intended to provide a practical guide to a wide range of amateur radio topics. Readers will find chapters dedicated to Software defined radio (SDR) alongside the more well understood topics such as Datamodes. You will also find chapters dedicated computer modelling for Antennas, Propogation and even Terrain for HF. There is much besides this to with Internet linking and a whole host of other internet activities covered. There is even a chapter dedicated to the Electromagnetic Compatibility of computers and information on avoiding or dealing with interference they cause. Readers will find chapters dedicated to D-Star and APRS both of which are still a mystery for many.

Where appropriate, Computers in Amateur Radio contains step-by-step guides to assist the first-timer in becoming familiar with an activity. For the more experienced there is great reference information and even basic fault-finding tips. Computers in Amateur Radio is a straightforward guide to the use of computers in the hobby and all will find something of value here.

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This book is supplied with a CD packed with over 500MB of software. You will find programmes for logging, contests, mapping, Morse code training, APRS, RTTY, SSTV and a whole lot more

Size 174x240mm, 208 pages, ISBN: 9781 9050 8668 9

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