The Radio Amateur’s Workshop
The Radio Amateur’s Workshop is your guide to setting up and maintaining an efficient at-home laboratory and work station. It describes the tools you’ll need for projects ranging from assembling electronic kits to building and testing antennas. Subsequent chapters look at a wide variety of workshop test equipment, including an explanation of how various instruments can be used to develop, fabricate, and evaluate projects. Become part of the do-it-yourself movement—discover fun and creative ways to use radio technology at your workshop today.
- Why Do We Need a Workshop?
- The Basic Workshop
- Soldering — The Connection Method of Choice
- Other Connection Methods
- Ratchet-Up for Antenna Projects
- Basic Measurements for the Workshop
- Advanced Measurement Systems
- The Personal Computer in the Workshop and Laboratory
The Radio Amateur’s Workshop. Kindle Edition.Product Details
Softcover: 160 pages
Publisher: The American Radio Relay League, Inc.; First Edition (October 2015)
Product Dimensions: 7 1/2 × 9 inches
Shipping Weight: .50 pounds
A look at a simple superhet receiver designed for CW reception. Describes each stage and demonstrates the homebrew crystal filter in operation. A 7 MHz receiver is shown but additional information on how this may be adapted to provide 14 MH... Read more