The comprehensive guide to antennas, one of the most basic elements of communications. Fully updated, it remains the most practical introduction to the design, construction, installation, and troubleshooting of virtually all types of antennas. Enhanced by a wealth of illustrations, including examples and worked-out solutions of equations, and a CD-ROM of tools for antenna modeling and design.
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The world's favorite antenna book. The most popular book on antennas ever written, widely known as "the antenna builder's bible," Joseph J. Carr's Practical Antenna Handbook, Third Edition is a work for anyone with an interest in antennas, from the newest of novices to the most experienced engineer. This empowering book gives you all kinds of projects, yes. And it gives you material that explains why what you did works. But most importantly, it prepares you to design and construct your own antennas "for the cases," Carr modestly suggests, "That the author thoughtlessly failed to cover." This third edition blends, in Joseph J. Carr's words, "the theoretical concepts that the engineers and others need to design practical antennas, and the hard-learned practical lessons derived from actually building and using antennas--real antennas made of real metal--not merely theoretical constructs on a blackboard." Add it to your working library, and pretty soon it'll assume a favorite spot inside your toolbox, beaten up, tattered, annotated with your persona notes... obviously used to the fullest extent.About the Author:
Joe Carr (Falls Church, VA) is a retired military electronics technician and a popular electronics author. He is the author of McGraw-Hill's Secrets of RF Design, 2e and writes a monthly column for Nuts & Volts magazine.
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Book Description Mcgraw-Hill, 1998. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. 3rd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0070120277