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Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams book download

Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams book download

Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams. Chuck Hutchinson, C. L. Hutchinson

Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams


Simple.and.Fun.Antennas.for.Hams.pdf
ISBN: 9780872598621 | 1 pages | 5 Mb


Download Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams



Simple and Fun Antennas for Hams Chuck Hutchinson, C. L. Hutchinson
Publisher: American Radio Relay League (ARRL)



The ability to This part is pretty simple. J-Pole- This is an omnidirectional antenna that are simple and fun to build. There is no single source for licensing exam study materials. For reasons I will explain HAM has much more capability for most of our purposes. You will need to buy or make an adapter cable to connect the Ham It Up converter to the antenna input of your Dongle. Feb 6, 2014 - The Connecticut Valley FM Association invites everyone interested in amateur radio to a free swap fest on Saturday the 8th in downtown Springfield. Study the material, pass the exam, and get on the radio, but the devil is in the details. Feb 26, 2014 - You can hand a Chinese HT to your unlicensed relative, slap a cheap NMO mag-mount on their roof, and screw in the Laird VHF antenna for mobile two-way fun on MURS during a road trip, for example. Jan 2, 2012 - Guest post by Master Po A lot of preppers are talking about Ham radio as a communications system during and after an SHTF event. You are invited to a down town Springfield Amateur Radio Swap Fest. The disposable amateur radio joins the ranks of the bic lighter and dixie cup…. Many places publish study manuals for the exams. €HAM” stands for amateur radio, and refers to a large network of licensed operators. The Ham It Converter is reasonably simple to get going with a RTL2832U dongle. They can be quite portable, strung up in a tree or used in a residential base station. With a simple CB converted to 2 meter mag mount on my truck I talked from Baytown to Galveston on 75 watts with my mobile Yaesu FT-2900…but the guy I was talking to was at 300 feet and pushing 50 watts. I have been a HAM since the 70's and I hope you find the hobby as much fun as I do. FRS/GMRS are the small, generally inexpensive radios you can buy most anywhere.

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