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i am a beginner in "radio communication" ,which books are suitable for me?

Discussion in 'Electronic Basics' started by Tom Biasi, Dec 25, 2004.

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  1. Tom Biasi

    Tom Biasi Guest

    Well Nick,
    There are many places to start.
    Do a Google for ARRL, it will keep you busy.
    Tom
     
  2. nick

    nick Guest

    i am a beginner in "radio communication" ,which books are suitable for me to
    know how to design RF controller and receiver.....etc.


    thanks!
     
  3. Airy R. Bean

    Airy R. Bean Guest

    If you want to build stuff with modern emphasis, then buy from the
    ARRL who are a Ham Radio outfit.

    If you want to learn theory or about history, then buy from the RSCB
    who are a firm of book publishers orientated towards CB Radio.
     
  4. Guest

    Hmm... Doing RF circuit design.. It depends what kind of level
    you would like to involve. You could just use ICs available to
    make your system. In that case, you should just spend some
    time on the datasheet of those chips directly. If you are
    interested in the analog circuit part, you probably need to
    start from some basic theory. Suggest two links to browse
    before you buy any books:

    http://www.ScienceOxygen.com/electrical.html
    http://www.ScienceOxygen.com/gadget.html

    It might not help directly. But at least, some topics are listed
    so that you can decide where you want to start.
     
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