Very Rare: Volume 1, 'Weekend Projects for the Radio Amateur'

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Very Rare: Volume 1, 'Weekend Projects for the Radio Amateur'

18.00

“Weekend Projects for the Radio Amateur” was a book published by the ARRL in 1979 and was wildly popular at that time. Consisting chiefly of reprinted articles from QST, it is chock full of simple building projects addressing Receiving, Transmitting, Test Equipment, Accessories, Power Supply, and Miscellaneous projects as shown in its Table of Contents. Each one uses easy-to-obtain components and simple parts placement. This is the original: Volume 1. Dozens of photographs help to illustrate the utility of each circuit. Edited by Marian S. Anderson, WB1FSB, its contents was contributed to by some of the great names in homebrewing: Lewis McCoy, W1ICP (SK), Doug DeMaw, W1FB (SK), Jerry Hal, K1TD, and Robert Shriner, WAØUZO (SK), to name a few. The book’s binding is solid. It is somewhat dog eared and a bit discolored, but in remarkable condition considering its age: almost 40 years.

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