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: Radio Experimentation, Discovery, and Achievement. The ARRL Handbook for Radio Communications is a complete reference and guide to radio technology principles and practices. Since 1926, The ARRL Handbook has been a trustworthy source of introductory, applied, and theoretical information. Now in its 96th edition The Handbook continues to advance the pursuit of experimentation and innovation by radio amateurs and professionals. Each edition contains new and useful material to support Amateur Radio activity from the traditional short- and long-wave frequencies through microwaves! Key Topics Radio electronics theory and principles Circuit design and equipment Radio signal transmission and propagation Digital and analog modulation and protocols Antennas and transmission lines Construction practices Who reads The Handbook? Amateur Radio operators, or hams; professional wireless communication engineers and system designers; electrical engineers; students and instructors of engineering, physics, and geoscience. Always Updated! New Projects and Content Simple SLA Float Charger project by John Boal, K9JEB Amateur Radio Data Platforms by Paul Verhage, KD4STH and Bill Brown, WB8ELK The latest information on WSJT-X digital modes by the WSJT team Filter and circuit design software by Tonne Software and Jim Tonne, W4ENE Low-Noise VHF and UHF Oscillators by Ulrich Rohde, N1UL, and Ajay Poddar, AC2KG Update on Solar Cycle 24 by Carl Luetzelschwab, K9LA Updated SSTV practices and technology by Larry Peterson, WA9TT Designing dual-band loaded dipoles by David Birnbaum, K2LYV Latest transceiver survey by Joel Hallas, W1ZR Plus, new component tables, reference articles, material characteristics, and guidelines for SDR design. Download Included: eBook and Supplemental Material Download the fully searchable digital edition of the printed book, as well as expanded supplemental content, software, PC board templates, and other support files.