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ARRL - Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies 9696

Book, Reference, "Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies", Paperback, Each

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Brand: ARRL
Manufacturer's Part Number: 9696
Part Type: Reference Books
DXE Part Number: ARR-9696

Title: Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies
Author: H. Ward Silver
Pages: 374
Binding: Paperback
Quantity: Sold individually.
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"Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies" tunes you in -- to the world of personal radio communications and scanners. This 384-page manual speaks to those new to radio, as well as those training emergency volunteers.

"Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies" is a handy guide that will fill in new operators on equipment, etiquette, and how to stay legal. Licensed users will learn how to put the wide band receive capabilities of their ham rig to work, demystify trunking radio systems, and how to listen in with a scanner and broaden your understanding of radio services for EmComm responders.

Whether your interest is ham radio, CBs, scanners, aviation or marine radios, or all of the above, "Two-Way Radios and Scanners for Dummies" will help you discover how to select and operate different radios, become licensed, learn the appropriate radio jargon, and much more.

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