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Immerse yourself in the communications experience by building equipment that contributes to understanding basic concepts and circuits.Explore wide dynamic range, low distortion radio equipment, the use of direct conversion and phasing methods, and digital signal processing. Use the models and discussion to design, build and measure equipment at both the circuit and the system level. Laced with new unpublished projects and illustrated with CW and SSB gear.Contents:o Basic Investigations in Electronicso Chapters on Amplifiers, Filters, Oscillators, and Mixerso Superheterodyne Transmitters and Receiverso Measurement Equipmento Direct Conversion Receiverso Phasing Receivers and Transmitterso DSP Componentso DSP Applications in Communications

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9780872599239 | 1 pap/cdr edition (Amer Radio Relay League, April 1, 2009), cover price $49.95
9780872598799 | Pap/cdr edition (Amer Radio Relay League, February 1, 2003), cover price $49.95 | About this edition: Immerse yourself in the communications experience by building equipment that contributes to understanding basic concepts and circuits.

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Sent to Southeast Asia to write about the events occurring in south Vietnam, war correspondent Scott 'Journal' Neithammer discovers that the real action is occurring in the wilderness area, where frightened soldiers battle the elements, the opposition, and the certainty that they cannot win. Original.

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9780743458948 | Gph edition (Ibooks, March 1, 2003), cover price $13.95 | About this edition: Sent to Southeast Asia to write about the events occurring in South Vietnam, war correspondent Scott 'Journal' Neithammer discovers soldiers battling the elements, the opposition, and the certainty that they cannot win.

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