4 LBS. of Great information: the 2003 ARRL Antenna Book

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4 LBS. of Great information: the 2003 ARRL Antenna Book

24.00

The ARRL Antenna Book has long been a go-to reference for antenna enthusiasts and experimenters. This 20th edition, published in 2003, is “the ultimate reference for amateur radio antennas, transmission lines and propagation.” It is well suited for the beginner and old timer alike. Its 28 chapters run the gamut of antennas, antenna theory, easy-to-build HF and VHF/UHF antennas, feedlines, propagation and more. An image of the book’s Table of Contents shows you just how deep the Antenna Book digs. And for whatever environment you might be in – open land to apartment/condominium living. It weighs just over four pounds and is one-and-three-quarters inch thick. Except for one small smudge on the book’s outer pages (when the book is closed) it is in near-perfect condition. This is a reference book with a shelf life of many, many years. It sold for $39.95 in 2003 which is equivalent in purchasing power to $54.55 today. FREE SHIPPING

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