Radio amateurs have always been quick to embrace changes to the hobby in order to make operating easier, computers are no exception. They have become essential tools in getting things done quicker and easier than before. Many however, are simply unaware of the potential computers offer. This book sets out to provide an insight into the wide range of Amateur Radio uses for the home computer.
Computers in Amateur Radio is a step-by-step guide for beginners who are becoming familiar with an activity. For more experienced amateurs, it contains reference information and even basic fault-finding tips. All operators who own a computer win will find something of value here.
- Logging Software
- Antenna Modeling
- Propagation Modeling
- Software Defined Radio
- Slow Scan Television
- Internet Remote Operation
- Automatic Packet/Position Report System
- Electromagnetic Compatibility
- Internet Linking
- Interfacing and Interfaces
This book is bundled with a CD-ROM, which is packed with over 500MB of software. Includes programs for logging, contests, mapping, Morse Code training, RTTY, SSTV, and more!
Softcover: 208 pages
Publisher: Radio Society of Great Britain (RSGB). First Edition (2011)
ISBN: 9781 9050 8668 9
Product Dimensions: 6.85 x 9.45 inches
Shipping Weight: .85 pounds