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ARRL - Basic Antennas--Understanding Practical Antennas and Designs 9994

Book, Reference, "Basic Antennas--Understanding Practical Antennas and Designs", Paperback, Each

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Brand: ARRL
Manufacturer's Part Number: 9994
Part Type: Reference Books
DXE Part Number: ARR-9994

Title: Basic Antennas--Understanding Practical Antennas and Designs
Author: Joel R. Hallas
Pages: 216
ISBN: 978-0-87259-999-4
Binding: Paperback
Quantity: Sold individually.
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An introduction to antennas, ARRL Basic Antennas covers basic concepts, practical designs, and easy-to-build antennas. This publication, entitled Understanding Practical Antennas and Designs, provides a foundation in antenna theory and design that's necessary in order to undertake more advanced topics and move you closer to your dream beam! Written by technical award winner and QST tech editor Joel Hallas, it covers many types of antennas, from the basic dipole to vehicle antennas, and an introduction to antenna modeling.

Learn the basics from the best and gain the knowledge to make your antenna really work! Add "Basic Antennas--Understanding Practical Antennas and Designs" from the ARRL to your ham radio technical library.

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