RARE: ARRL's 'The Radio Amateur's V.H.F. Manual," Circa 1968

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RARE: ARRL's 'The Radio Amateur's V.H.F. Manual," Circa 1968

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You will journey to a time before VHF repeaters, small handheld transceivers, “appliance” operators and when megahertz was expressed as megacycles with this 1968 edition of the “The Radio Amateur’s V.H.F. Manual” published by the ARRL. Its subtitle is “Principles and Practice for the World Above 50 Mc.” The manual’s 300+ pages cover every aspect of VHF operation - station, transverter and antenna construction, and takes a peek into the frequencies at UHF as well. The accompanying photographs give a sample of the breadth of topics covered. Be sure to check out the Table of Contents. There is a look at the history of VHF operation, dating to 5-meter operation in the 1920s. The subsection headlined “The Modern Era” is anything but –  now 50-years later. The book is in very good condition for its age and is long out of print.

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