TITLE

Concluding Remarks

AUTHOR(S)
Brogdon, Al
PUB. DATE
April 2007
SOURCE
Low Profile Amateur Radio: Operating a Ham Station from Almost A;2007, p20-1
SOURCE TYPE
Book
DOC. TYPE
Book Chapter
ABSTRACT
Chapter 20 of the book "Low Profile Amateur Radio: Operating a Ham Station From Almost Anywhere," Second Edition is presented. It encourages readers to study antenna theory until they understand how antennas work the way they do. It provides several American Radio and Relay League (ARRL) publications that can help learn about antennas and how the work including "The ARRL Antenna Book," "ARRL's Wire Antenna Classics" and "Practical Wire Antennas."
ACCESSION #
79820327

 

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