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You might consider the following two books useful in learning more about radio design and the details of various circuits used in transceivers. These two are not equal in their coverage -- the first considers the electronics of radio technology and the second is more focused on the science and mathematics governing the application of various radio circuits. ...


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The ARRL Handbook is a useful reference, but it's just that: a reference. It's not written as a text. It's useful for looking up forgotten details of stuff you almost mostly know, but it's not in a good form for learning things like electronics, antenna theory, an the like. A text aimed at self-study would be much more useful -- one written to be learned ...


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While it is useful to have, NO single book contains everything that you want or need to know. Note that the ARRL Handbook is published every year, and each year contains different information. But even if you owned every Handbook that was ever published, inevitably something you want to know will still be missing. The last Handbook that I bought was ...


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