Easy to Understand: ARRL's Guide to Antenna Tuners

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Easy to Understand: ARRL's Guide to Antenna Tuners

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For radio amateurs who want to learn the basics of antenna tuners – why you may need one, typical configurations, transmission lines and loss, remotely-tuned antennas, baluns and ununs, and so much more – the ARRL Guide to Antenna Tuners by League veteran Joel Hallas, W1ZR, is your perfect entry point. Old-timers will find it useful with a range of different looks at familiar subjects, as well. Written in laymans’ terms, it was published by the ARRL in 2010 and is in excellent, like-new condition. For an overview, see the accompanying pictures of the book’s Index. There are 15 chapters and an appendix, together parsing out such general subjects as Tuning an Antenna Tuner, Balanced versus Unbalanced Lines, Antennas That Work Well with Tuners, Internal tuners and so on. Because of the League’s crazy numbering system, we can’t tell you how many pages there are. Suffice to say, a lot. A great reference book. This book retails for more than $20.

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