Must-Have Reference: ARRL's Small Antennas for Small Spaces

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Must-Have Reference: ARRL's Small Antennas for Small Spaces

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The title of the ARRL’s compendium of space-efficient antennas about says it all: “Small Antennas for Small Spaces – Projects and Advice for Limited-Space Stations”. This is the second edition copyrighted 2011-2015. Its 50 pages cover aspects of small antennas including feed lines, RF amplifiers and their safety, indoor antennas for HF and VHF and attic antennas. Easily-carried HF antennas for trail-friendly operation are detailed, as well: dipoles, inverted Ls, end-fed wires, loops and verticals. The VHF-UHF spectrum is nicely covered, including omnidirectional and directional antennas and tips for roof mounts. Accompanying images shows the books’ condition – excellent. This book is bargain-basement priced and, of course, includes free shipping.

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