Classic: 1970 ARRL Radio Amateur's Handbook

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Classic: 1970 ARRL Radio Amateur's Handbook

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Although this 1970 edition of the ARRL Radio Amateur’s Handbook is almost 40 years old, it is none-the-worse for wear in its classic content. It is a great snapshot of hobbyist electronics during the transition from vacuum tubes to solid state technology. As the accompanying pictures show, the front and back covers were hanging on for dear life. Thanks to specially-applied binding tape, the covers are as solid as when this handbook first hit the bookshelves – if not more solid. It covers everything from 1970s technological and construction techniques to SSB and code transmission; high frequency and VHF/UHF receivers and transmitters, and antennas for all bands. Except for its outer appearance, this handbook is in beautiful condition. Its technical coverage runs about 600 pages, with an additional 100+ pages of indexes and reference material. ARRL handbooks of this era are becoming extremely hard to find.

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