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Newnes Amateur Radio Computing Handbook discusses the applications of computers in amateur radio and short wave listening. The book is comprised of 16 chapters that deal with the various concerns in amateur radio computing.
The coverage of the text includes equipment, such as packet slow scan television (SSTV) and facsimile (FAX), packet radio, and commercial decoding equipment. The book also discusses the software used in amateur radio, such as satellite and geographical software, logkeeping and QSL software, and software for electronic design. The text will be of great use to individuals who want to utilize their computer in short wave radio listening.
1. Basic Radio Principles
2. Basic Computer Principles
3. Software for Electronic Design
4. Software for Aerial Design and Propagation
5. Logkeeping and QSL Software
6. Satellite and Geographical Software
7. Miscellaneous Software
8. Interfacing the Radio to the Computer
9. Morse Code
10. RTTY and ASCII Signals
12. SSTV and FAX
13. Packet Radio
14. Commercial Decoding Equipment
15. Control of Radio Equipment by Computer
16. Computer Assisted Circuit Development
1. The Basic Language
2. Further Reading
3. Suppliers and Useful Addresses
- No. of pages:
- © Newnes 1990
- 28th August 1990
- eBook ISBN:
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