[AMRadio] They just re-formatted the Radio Amateur's Handbook


manualman at juno.com manualman at juno.com
Tue Oct 15 12:29:10 EDT 2013


Excellent reference book for the newly minted amateur. Even some
"seasoned" amateurs could benefit from the material in this book.

Pete, wa2cwa

On Tue, 15 Oct 2013 06:56:29 -0400 "Tom Chesek" <tchesek at epix.net>
writes:
> I became a ham in September 2002 and purchased the first edition of 
> Ham 
> Radio for Dummies after it came out in 2004.  I was a 
> Johnnie-come-lately to 
> the hobby at the time being 51 years old but I did have formal 
> electronics 
> training and some personal experience with electronics as a hobby.  
> Having 
> been a newly minted ham I found the book to be an excellent 
> resource.  It 
> gives just enough information to allow a basic understanding of a 
> topic.  On 
> my quest to become a ham I "self-elmered".  By that I mean that I 
> did not 
> seek out anyone or any club for assistance and I relied on the 
> internet, 
> mainly, for help initially.  I felt more comfortable doing it this 
> way at my 
> pace.  In my opinion this book can be the perfect publication to for 
> a 
> prospective ham or an inexperienced ham.  I think that we have all 
> had 
> teachers in our lives that we did not connect with and others who 
> made 
> everything seem simple.  Books are like that so this might be the 
> one that 
> works for you.
> 
> Tom
> K3TVC



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